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Road to airport to open to traffic in September
The eastbound road from the airport is being developed by South Korean GS Group. The city government urged the project investor and other sub-contractors to finish the road’s key section from Gia Dinh Park in Go Vap to Go Dua overpass in Thu Duc and put it into use on the Independence Day of September 2.
According to the investor, the road has now been over 72% completed. Rach Lang, Binh Loi, and Go Dua bridges as well as four pedestrian bridges on the road have also been virtually finished.
However, some sections on the road have not been constructed due to slow site clearance. Currently, around 115 households in Tan Binh, Go Vap and Thu Duc districts remain to be relocated.
Tan Son Nhat-Binh Loi-outer ring road is an expressway of the city’s belt road system. Having a total length of 13.7 kilometers, the road starts from Truong Son intersection in Tan Binh, links to Nguyen Thai Son intersection in Go Vap, crosses the Saigon River via Binh Loi Bridge, runs to Binh Trieu crossroad and then Linh Xuan intersection in Thu Duc to be connected with National Highway 1.
The road with 6-12 traffic lanes will help reduce a large volume of vehicles running from the city’s center to the eastern area.