Mar 17, 2022 18:58 GMT+7
The dilapidated, sloppy electric poles lying on the road in Au Co dike for the past 2 years have made people extremely worried and frustrated when traveling back and forth.
As noted by PV Infonetinside Au Co dyke (from the intersection of Thang Loi hotel to Nhat Tan intersection), there are dozens of electric poles located in the middle of the road, greatly affecting the traffic situation in the area.
Sharing with PV, Mr. Nguyen Manh Tuan, a resident of Au Co Street, said that these electric poles have been located in the middle of the road since 2020. The road is both bad and narrow, and is affected by such electric poles. Because of this, many accidents happened.
“Around the electric poles, people are littered with garbage, greatly affecting the urban beauty. We hope this road will be completed soon so that there is no more situation like this,” said Mr. Tuan.
|The electric poles are located in the middle of Au Co street (Tu Lien ward, Tay Ho district, Hanoi).|
Like Mr. Tuan, Ms. Nguyen Thi Lieu has witnessed many accidents on this road. She said, the first time these electric poles were brought down, many people around this area did not know, at night there were no warning lights, many people crashed.
“There is a short stretch of road that can’t be completed forever, and there are no warning lights placed in the middle of the road when the electric poles are placed. The most dangerous thing is that the booths still have electricity, very dangerous for households living around like us. If it is not possible to continue, it is necessary to put these electric poles on the embankment so as not to affect traffic,” reflected Ms. Lieu.
According to Ms. Nguyen Thi Phuong (also a resident of Au Co Street), in the past, these electric poles were located right next to the road, after a road widening project, reluctantly, the electric poles were damaged. push ” in the middle of the road, greatly affecting the traffic.
Regarding the above incident, talking to PV, a representative of Tu Lien ward (Tay Ho district, Hanoi) said that the ward has received information reflected from the people and reported to the city in meetings. The cause is believed to be due to the delay in the construction process of Au Co road widening.
|The project to expand Au Co street from Thang Loi hotel to Nhat Tan bridge intersection with an investment of 815 billion VND, was started in the last month of 2019, expected to be completed in 2020. However, it has not been completed so far. The city caused many electric poles to be scattered in the middle of the road.|
|People living around this area are very upset because the electric poles are operating but are poorly reinforced, causing unsightly and dangerous for people.|
|Leaving motorbikes right next to electric booths poses many potential risks of electric shock, fire and explosion.|
|The electric poles “floating” in the middle of this road make the aisles narrow, making it difficult for vehicles to move, and have to limit the speed.|
|Although there is a sign saying “Prohibit approaching. There is electricity, it is dangerous to die”, but the electric pole is lying in the middle of the road, causing many people to fear.|
|Uncovered, horizontal power lines lie in the middle of the road.|
|Garbage around is full of electric poles, interspersed with electric coils.|
|Many electrical connections are covered with temporary glue, a danger of unsafety.|
|Temporary warning by flexible cord.|
|Power company warnings are plastered on the face of electric poles, but how many people have time to read them all while on the road?|
|Despite the warning, at the foot of the electric booth is a lot of small and large garbage, both sloppy and wet, the danger of insecurity exists.|
|After completion, Au Co road expansion project is expected to meet the urgent need to solve traffic congestion. However, the delay of the project is causing additional difficulties for traffic in the area. Along with the poorly reinforced electrical system is the frustration of people when passing through this area.|
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