A steel flyover will be built under a multimillion-US dollar road project at Cong Truong Dan Chu roundabout that connects district 3 and district 10 of Ho Chi Minh City. The project is aimed at solving a major bottleneck in the area.
The flyover will be designed for motorbikes and automobiles under 10 tons which travel from Vo Thi Sau street to 3-2 street.
The flyover, 267m long and 6.5m wide, will be built at a cost of VND170.8 billion (US$8.1 million), the construction of which will start in 2013 and is expected to be finished in January next year.
Previously, flyover at Lang Cha Ca roundabout, a gateway heading to Tan Son Nhat International Airport, and two others at Hang Xanh and Thu Duc intersections have helped improve traffic flow and ease chronic congestion in the city during peak hours.
Three other flyovers are currently under construction at Cong Hoa-Hoang Hoa Tham crossroads in Tan Binh District, Ba Thang Hai-Nguyen Tri Phuong-Ly Thai To crossroads in District 10 and Cay Go Roundabout in District 6.