Nhon – Hanoi Railway Station runs through two large intersections namely Mai Dich and Cau Giay. When completed, these intersections will have 3 floors, roads, overpasses and overhead rail.
Panorama of Nhon – Hanoi Railway Station: The Nhon – Nhon – Nhon – Nhon – Nhon – Nhon – Nhon Ga is a 12.5 km long metro station with eight elevated stations and four underground stations, expected to be commercially exploited by 2021.
The Depot begins at Nhon on an elevated road. According to the Hanoi Urban Railway Project Management Board, from ensuring the construction site and green and clean streets, the Depot is designed with the look of a small park, with lots of plants and lakes. .
The section on the highways of Nhon – Hanoi Railway Station on completion (pass through Ho Tung Mau Street).
3D perspective view of the railway line Nhon – Hanoi Railway Station.
Bridge over Nhue River on Ho Tung Mau Street.
The unit installs the U-beam up. The concrete beam is 157 tons long, 25 meters long, 5.5 meters wide and nearly 2 meters high.
The metro intersection with ring road 3 at Mai Dich. Under the roar of the metro line will be planted lawn landscape.
Installation of beam, construction through the belt intersection of the Hanoi metro.
The intersection with the ring road 2 at Cau Giay. At these intersections, after completion, each node has three levels of vehicles including roads, overpasses and urban railways.
Kim Ma (adjacent to Thu Le Park) will be the transition between the elevated road and the tunnel. From this location to Hanoi Railway Station there will be 4 underground stations with the length of over 4 km.
Another observation corner of the intersection with the underground tunnel of Nhon – Hanoi Railway Station. Currently the underground track is being surveyed and not yet time to take the robot tunnel.