|C9 – Nam Thang Long – Tran Hung Dao Urban Railway No.2 will be located on Dinh Tien Hoang Street, Hanoi …
The Hanoi People’s Committee has approved the proposal to set up the C9 railway station – Nam Thang Long – Tran Hung Dao urban railway 2 on Dinh Tien Hoang street.
In an official letter to the Department of Planning and Architecture, Department of Transportation and Urban Railway Management Board dated 22/2, the City People’s Committee said that after reviewing, the city leaders agreed to agree on The Department of Planning and Architecture of the C9 station on Dinh Tien Hoang street, in front of the Hanoi Power Corporation.
After going through the old town, the metro will run on Dinh Tien Hoang Street, Hang Bai Street and stop at Tran Hung Dao Street.
Vice Chairman of the City People’s Committee Nguyen Van Khoi asked the Urban Railway Management Board to lead and coordinate with relevant units to study and propose specific plans to ensure security, meet the requirements of technology, technology, architectural planning of C9.
At the same time, draw up the master plan of C9 and plan for the architecture of gas station and agree with related units in quarter 1/2013 to submit to competent authorities for approval.
Previously, in the dispatch to the City People’s Committee on January 28, the Department of Planning and Architecture said that the station will minimize the impact and conservation of monuments around the Hoan Kiem Lake such as Pen Tower, Ba Kieu Temple; To create favorable conditions for tourists to conveniently access the cultural and historical places of Ho Guom lake area.
South Thang Long – Tran Hung Dao urban railway was approved by the City People’s Committee with the length of 11.5 km (including 8.5 km going underground through the old town, Hoan Kiem lake and surrounding areas). Total investment of the project is about 19,500 billion, using ODA loans of the Government of Japan and reciprocal capital from the state budget.
It is expected that in 2017, the train will have 4 carriages and to the second stage (after 2017) will increase to 6 carriages. By 2020, the ship will carry about 535,000 passengers per day; in 2030 is 661,000 and in 2040 it is 777,000 passengers.
The first point of the route starts at Nam Thang Long (Ciputra urban area), along the extended Nguyen Van Huyen – Hoang Quoc Viet – Hoang Hoa Tham – Thuy Khue – Phan Dinh Phung – Hang Giay – Hang Duong – Hang Ngang – Hang Dao – Dinh Tien Hoang – Hang Bai – the last intersection with Tran Hung Dao. There are 10 railway stations (3 elevated stations and 7 underground stations).