Ring road project for Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City
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The project to construct the ring road around Vietnam’s Ho Chi Minh City is now gathering pace. The project to construct three separate sections of the Ring Road No2 is expected to cost US$660.35 million, according to an estimate by the HCMC Department of Transport. The first section of the ring road runs from Binh Chanh District's Nguyen Van Linh Parkway to National Highway 1's An Lac Intersection. The second section of the new ring road runs between the Binh Thai Intersection in District 9' and Phu Huu Bridge. A feasibility study on this stretch of the project is being completed. The third section of the ring road runs between Thu Duc District's Go Dua and Binh Thai Intersection.