Ho Chi Minh City deploys 8 walking routes in the central area

04/04/2017   Viewed: 848
The HCM City Department of Transportation said it is working on a plan to organize pedestrian streets in the downtown area.
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This scheme has been assigned by the HCM City People's Committee to implement the program to reduce traffic jams and traffic accidents in the period 2016-2020.

Accordingly, the city center area will be divided into 5 subdivisions with different functions, which will direct the walking space on 8 routes such as Dong Khoi, Huynh Thuc Khang, Ton Duc Thang, Le Loi Nguyen Hue, Pham Ngoc Thach, Vo Van Tan and Tran Cao Van.

On that basis, the Department of Transport now determines a number of research tasks in step by step, such as: Survey, investigation and collection of data on existing transport infrastructure, architecture In the area put into operation from here until 2020. At the same time study the current and future cultural and recreational activities in the central area.
Surveying, evaluating and studying the experience of organizing pedestrian streets at home and abroad. Identify the need, the area where the walk is taking place, and the need to build a number of pedestrian streets between now and 2020.

Department of Transport continue to survey, build traffic simulation model. Assess the ability of existing and future transport infrastructure to meet. Survey, consultation with local people and experts, consultation with stakeholders. Traffic, socio-economic and environmental impact assessment. Develop a plan for the implementation of a number of pedestrian streets according to the roadmap with conditions for development of synchronous transport infrastructure and connection with public transport.

Eventually, the Department will organize a workshop to collect comments from scientists, departments and related agencies to finalize the project.

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