Five roads connecting HCMC, Long An Province to be built soon

Five roads connecting HCMC, Long An Province to be built soon

The Office of the People's Committee of Ho Chi Minh City announced the conclusion of the meeting between the People's Committee of HCMC and the People's Committee of Long An Province on socio-economic development cooperation, traffic projects, and green environmental technology park projects.
Delegates from HCMC People’s Council are voting for major resolutions in the meeting. (Photo: SGGP)

HCMC People’s Council approves 12 key resolutions

The 5th session of Ho Chi Minh City People’s Council, term X, finished yesterday with 12 major resolutions approved. These resolutions will have tremendous impacts on socio-economic development of the city and the life of residents here in the next few years.

Traffic projects to prioritize quality over quantity, progress:  Minister

Traffic projects to prioritize quality over quantity, progress: Minister

It is planned that VND420,000 billion (US$18.4 billion) will be allocated to traffic projects from 2021-2025. Except for the regular maintenance expenses, there will be over VND80,000 ($3.5 billion) per year for traffic facilities construction. Such a large sum has raised concern in the community as to the implementation capacity, progress administration and quality control of those projects. SGGP News has conducted an interview with Minister of Transport Nguyen Van The regarding these matters.

Work about to start on eight trillion-dong traffic projects

Work about to start on eight trillion-dong traffic projects

The Ministry of Transport (MoT) has just informed that eight key traffic projects would be under construction from the end of December 2021 and the beginning of January 2022 with investment capital ranging from VND1.3 trillion (US$57 million) to more than VND9 trillion (US$393 million) each project.
HCMC removing obstacles of major traffic projects

HCMC removing obstacles of major traffic projects

Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee announced the assignment of its Vice Chairman Le Hoa Binh to related state agencies to help major traffic projects in the city overcome their current obstacles as soon and effectively as possible.

Vice Chairman of Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee Ngo Minh Chau stating at the meeting with leaders of Cu Chi District on March 3 (Photo: SGGP)

HCMC leader prompts Cu Chi to tackle site clearance backlogs for projects

Deputy Chairman of HCMC People’s Committee Ngo Minh Chau on March 3 prompted Cu Chi District to tackle backlogs in compensation and site clearance for implementation of projects, including the Sai Gon Safari Park Project, expected to become the country's largest ecotourism facility, as land clearance delays have put the park project on hold.