THE PRIME MINISTER
Decision No. 1698/QD-TTg of September 28, 2011, approving the detailed master plan on belt road 4 of Ho Chi Minh City
THE PRIME MINISTER
Pursuant to the December 25, 2001 Law on Organization of the Government;
Pursuant to the master plan on construction of Ho Chi Minh City region through 2020, with a vision toward 2050;
At the proposal of the Minister of Transport in Report No. 2120/TTrBGTVT of April 13, 2011, approving the detailed master plan on belt road 4 of Ho Chi Minh City, and Document No. 4203/BGTVT-KHDT of July 14, 2011, amending and supplementing Report No. 2120/TTr-BGTVT,
Article 1. To approve the detailed master plan on belt road 4 of Ho Chi Minh City, with the following principal contents:
1. Objectives of the master plan:
- To concretize the master plan on transport development of Ho Chi Minh City through 2020, approved by the Prime Minister in Decision No. 101/QD-TTg of January 22, 2007, and permit the adjustment of the master plan on belt roads 3 and 4 in Document No. 1384/TTg-KTN of August 12, 2011, identifying the direction and size of the whole road and determining sections prioritized for investment under sub-projects in different provinces so as to develop transport infrastructure in localities in the region.
- To serve as a basis for determining boundary landmarks for localities to implement their socio-economic development, construction and land use master plans and other master plans concerning the belt road. - To link radial expressways and national highways already put into operation or being under construction so as to bring into full play their effectiveness, contribute to mitigating traffic congestion in the inner city and facilitate the development of inter-provincial transport services for regional economic development.
2. Contents of the master plan: a/ Planning scope:
The belt road will run through 12 districts of 5 provinces and cities: - Ba Ria - Vung Tau province (1 rural district): Tan Thanh; - Dong Nai province (3 rural districts): Long Thanh, Trang Bom and Vinh Cuu;
- Binh Duong province (2 rural districts): Tan Uyen and Ben Cat; - Ho Chi Minh City (2 rural districts): Cu Chi and Nha Be; - Long An (4 rural districts): Duc Hoa, Ben Luc, Can Duoc and Can Giuoc. b/ Route direction:
- Starting point: Km 40+000 (Bien Hoa - Vung Tau expressway) in Phu My area, Tan Thanh district, Ba Ria - Vung Tau province; - Ending point: The inter-section with the North-South axis in Hiep Phuoc port area, Ho Chi Minh City;
- The total length of belt road 4 is around 197.6 km. - The route direction is specified as follows:
+ From the starting point at inter-section with Bien Hoa - Vung Tau expressway at Km 40+000 (in Phu My area), the belt road 4 of Ho Chi Minh City will head to Long Thanh international airport, cross Ho Chi Minh City - Long Thanh - Dau Giay expressway (Km 39+150). The road will head north and cross national highway 1A in Trang Bom town (Km 1834+700), span over Dong Nai river via Thu Bien bridge and cross national highway 13 (Km 30+700) in Ben Cat. It will span over Sai Son via Phu Thuan bridge, cross national highway 22 (Km 23+500) in Cu Chi, run parallel with provincial road 823 heading to Hau Nghia township, run parallel with provincial roads 824 and 830 through Ben Luc township, cross Ho Chi Minh City - Trung Luong expressway and national highway 1A in Long Hiep industrial park, cross national highway 50 (Km 19+900) and run to its ending point at the inter-section with the North-South axis in Hiep Phuoc port urban center, Ho Chi Minh City................
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