Hai Phong has just sent proposal to name 1 avenue, 7 roads, 8 bridges, 2 flower gardensProposing to name 1 avenue, 7 streets, 8 bridges and 2 flower gardens. Following are details:
Avenue, street names (01 avenue, 07 streets)
1. Bui Vien avenue replaces for Worldbank street
First point: Adjacent to inter-ward road in Hai An district.
End point: Crossing with National Highway 10 in An Duong district. The road is 20.7 km long, from 20 to 40 meters wide.
2. Do Muoi Street
First point: The foot of Hoang Van Thu bridge, belonging to Northern Cam river urban area, Thuy Nguyen district
The last point: End of the proposed road named, belongs to North Song Cam urban area, Thuy Nguyen district. Currently, the road is 1 km long, 53 meters wide, sidewalks are 12 meters on each side.
3. Vo Nguyen Giap Street replaces for HS-CR2 road
Starting point: Intersection of Nguyen Van Linh Street, ending point: The foot of the bridge is expected to be named after General Vo Nguyen Giap, Vinh Niem Ward, Le Chan District. Road length: 2.0km, width 26m, sidewalks on each side are 4 to 10m wide.
4. Tran Kien Street
First point: The crossroads are adjacent to the internal road, belonging to the Northern Urban Area of Cam River, Thuy Nguyen district, the last point: Adjacent to the old Binh ferry terminal, in the Northern Urban Area of Cam River, Thuy Nguyen district. Cut Do Muoi street. The road is 700m long, 20 to 43m wide, the sidewalk on each side is 5m.
5. Nguyen Binh Khiem Street
Starting point: From the foot of Chanh Duong bridge, Vinh Bao district. Last point: Lang Am Bridge, Vinh Bao district. The road is 8.0 km long and 25m wide.
6. Trung Tan Street
Starting point: Lang Am Bridge, Vinh Bao district, end point: Gate of Trang Trinh Nguyen Binh Khiem temple, Ly Hoc commune, Vinh Bao district. The road is 2.0km long, 27m wide, sidewalks are 7m on each side.
7. Dinh Vu Street replaces for ĐT 356
First point: Adjacent to Chua Ve Street, Hai An District. Last point: Nam Dinh Vu Industrial Park (industrial park gate), Hai An district. The road is 8.2 km long, 25 to 45m wide.
8. Nguyễn Trường Tộ Street
Starting point: Adjacent to Dinh Vu Street, ending point: Lach Huyen Deep Sea Port, Cat Hai District. The road is 12 km long, from 35 to 45m wide, crossing the Tan Vu – Lach Huyen bridge.
Public areas (08 bridges, 02 flower gardens)
1. Overpass Nguyen Van Linh
Located on Nguyen Van Linh street, at the intersection with Vo Nguyen Giap street, in Le Chan district. The bridge is 400m long and 19m wide.
2. Võ Nguyên Giáp Bridge replaces for Rao 2 bridge
First point: Vinh Niem ward, Le Chan district. Last point: Anh Dung ward, Duong Kinh district. The bridge is 900m long and 25.5m wide.
3. Hoang Van Thu Bridge
First point: Minh Khai ward, Hong Bang district. End point: Tan Duong commune, Thuy Nguyen district. The bridge is 1,9km long, 33m wide.
4. Tam Bac Bridge
The bridge is located at the former Bridge (also called Quay bridge) bridge, which is 197m long and 12m wide. The bridge connects Nguyen Duc Canh Street, Le Chan District with Hung Vuong Street, Hong Bang District, spanning Tam Bac River
5. Bui Vien Bridge replaces for Niem 2 bridge
First point: Vinh Niem Ward, Le Chan District. Last point: Dong Hoa ward, Kien An district. Bridge length: 700m, width 50m
6. Lam Khe Bridge replaces for Dong Khe bridge
First point: Dong Hoa ward, Kien An district. End point: Dong Thai commune, An Duong district. Bridge length: 900m, width 30m.
7. Dang Bridge
First point: Kien Thiet commune, Tien Lang district. End point: Tam Da commune, Vinh Bao district. The bridge is 300m long and 12m wide.
8. Han Bridge
First point: Kien Thiet commune, Tien Lang district. End point: Hoa Binh commune, Vinh Bao district. The bridge is 300m long and 12m wide.
9. Tam Ky flower garden replaces Tam Bac park
The flower garden was built from the old Tam Bac bus station to the foot of the temporary bridge called Tam Bac bridge, adjacent to the streets of Tran Nguyen Han and Nguyen Duc Canh. The park covers an area of 43,000m2.
10. To Huu Flower Garden replaces for Sea Dragon Park
Built from the Port Stadium and Sea Dragon Park, bordering the streets of Dien Bien Phu, Tran Phu, Hoang Dieu and Tran Hung Dao. Covering an area of 26,550m2.