Inter-provincial bus station in belt 3 continues to be exploited
HanoiGia Lam, My Dinh, Giap Bat, and Nuoc Ngam bus stations will continue to be exploited and will be replaced in the future with bus stations located outside of Ring 3.
On the afternoon of April 12, the Hanoi People’s Committee announced the planning of bus stations, parking lots, logistics centers and rest stops in the area until 2030, with a vision to 2050. In the meantime, four berths will be waiting for replacement. Inter-provincial vehicles in the above-mentioned Ring Road 3 area can only upgrade and renovate facilities on the existing scale.
The replacement bus station is planned in the vicinity of Ring Road 3 (Dong Anh Wharf, Co Bi Wharf) and Ring 4 (Noi Bai Wharf, Phung Wharf, Southern Wharf…). After completing the new bus stations, the land fund of the existing stations will be converted into functions, giving priority to the needs of public transport and urban traffic such as public parking, bus transit points, road motor vehicle registration station…
Interprovincial bus stations is arranged by the city on the radial axis at the gateway intersecting the ring 4, in the directions of East, West, South and North. The newly built intercity bus station is combined with the terminal points of the public bus system and near the station of the urban railway lines, in order to transport passengers into the inner city and vice versa. The new bus station will gradually replace the existing bus stations located deep in the inner city.
Specifically, the northern wharf will be built at the intersection between Hanoi – Lao Cai, Hanoi – Ha Long roads with Vo Van Kiet street, Soc Son district, with an area of 5-7 hectares.
Dong Anh Wharf at the intersection between National Highway 3 and Ring Road 3 north of the Red River, Dong Anh district, with an area of 5.3 hectares.
The Northeastern wharf (Co Bi) is built at the intersection between National Highway 1A and National Highway 5, Gia Lam district, with an area of more than 10 hectares.
The southern wharf in two areas is Duyen Thai located between the old National Highway 1A with Phap Van – Cau Gie highway (Thuong Tin district) and Ngoc Hoi area located in the south of Ngoc Hoi industrial park (Thanh Tri district). area 11 hectares.
Yen Nghia Wharf (existing) is about 7 hectares wide. The West Wharf at the intersection of Ring Road 4 with Thang Long Boulevard (Hoai Duc District), an area of about 5-7 hectares. Ben Phung at the intersection of Ring Road 4 with National Highway 32 (Dan Phuong District), an area of about 8-10 hectares.
Within the central urban area, 8 truck stations are planned including: Northern truck station 15 hectares; Northeastern truck station (Phu Lo) 10 hectares; Yen Vien – Yen Thuong truck station 20 hectares, combined with the Northeast Logistics Center 10 hectares, forming a 30-hectare freight transport center; East truck station (Co Bi) 10 hectares; Khuyen Luong truck station 7 hectares; 10 hectares southern truck station; Southwest truck station (Ha Dong) 10 hectares; Phung truck station 10 hectares.
According to the planning, the location and scale of land use of the bus stations will continue to be reviewed and studied to expand the land area to add functions to meet the needs of long-term use.
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