KEY TRAFFIC ROADS IN THU DUC CITY
Located in a strategic location at the gateway to the east of Ho Chi Minh City, Thu Duc City is amalgamated by 3 large districts: Thu Duc District, District 2 and District 9. After the process of merging districts, Thu Duc City is currently owned by Thu Duc District. owns a key and important traffic route. Let’s find out the key traffic routes in Thu Duc city through the article below.
Metro line 1 (Ben Thanh – Suoi Tien)
Metro line 1 (Ben Thanh – Suoi Tien) is one of the key traffic routes in Thu Duc City. Metro line No. 1 with a total investment capital of up to 43,700 billion VND, with a total length of 40 km. In Thu Duc city, there are more than 13 km crossing the city, running along the Hanoi Highway. Up to now, the entire Metro Line 1 has a total of 14 stations, including 3 underground stations and 11 elevated stations. It is expected that by the end of 2021, these stations will be put into operation.
This is the first Metro line in Ho Chi Minh City, a key project exploited and built in these years. When put into operation, Metro Line 1 will be the place to transfer a large number of passengers from Thu Duc, Binh Duong and Dong Nai cities to the city center.
Built in 1957, Hanoi Highway has many other names such as Bien Hoa Highway, National Highway 52, … This is a route stretching through three cities of Thu Duc, Di An (Binh Duong) and Bien Hoa Dong Nai). With the starting point being the Saigon Bridge extending to Sat Market T-junction, the Hanoi Highway has a length of up to 32 km.
Hanoi Highway is divided into 4 main road sections, each section includes many main axis lanes and parallel lanes, specifically:
Section 1 from Saigon bridge to Binh Thai intersection (belonging to National Highway 52, road width 153.5m): 16 lanes (10 main axis lanes, 6 parallel lanes)
Section 2 from Binh Thai intersection to Station 2 intersection (on National Highway 52, 113.5m wide road): 16 lanes (10 main axis lanes, 6 parallel lanes)
Section 3 from the intersection of Station 2 to Tan Van T-junction (belonging to National Highway 1A, 113.5m wide roadway): 14 lanes (8 main axis lanes, 6 parallel lanes)
Section 4 from Tan Van junction to Cho Sat junction (belonging to National Highway 1A): 6-8 lanes
This is the arterial road, the gateway to the inner city of Ho Chi Minh City when traveling from the central provinces, the Southeast and the North. Hanoi Highway carries a special significance not only for Ho Chi Minh City but also for the surrounding areas. As a key route to reduce traffic jams, every day, the Hanoi highway receives thousands of traffic movements. Hanoi Highway is considered as a bridge between high-tech parks, industrial parks and cargo ports, conveniently shortening circulation time and costs for businesses. Thanks to the development of Hanoi Highway in recent years, the surrounding real estate investment projects have also been expanded with values increasing tenfold.
East West Avenue
East-West Boulevard is the street that owns the most favorable location at the eastern gateway of Saigon. With a length of more than 24 km, East-West Boulevard extends from Thu Thiem tunnel to Cat Lai T-junction. Mai Chi Tho and Vo Van Kiet are the two key roads that make up the East-West Boulevard of Ho Chi Minh City.
East-West Highway is known not only as one of the key traffic routes in Thu Duc City but also as a trade bridge between the Mekong Delta and the Southeast region.
With the development and expansion of East-West Highway, the life and environment around the route have changed markedly. The road has been built and put into operation, which has partly reduced traffic congestion in neighboring routes. At the same time, promoting real estate projects in the surrounding areas to reach “hot” and “fever” more than ever.
Ho Chi Minh – Long Thanh Expressway
Ho Chi Minh – Long Thanh Expressway is one of the key traffic routes in Thu Duc city. The highway stretches eastward, cutting off Ring II at a large double trumpet-shaped interchange. The HCM – Long Thanh Expressway is an important traffic bridge, influencing and supporting neighboring routes. The connection of the expressway with Thu Duc city has shortened the distance from Long Phuoc ward to the center of Ho Chi Minh City only 18 km compared to going around Long Thuan and Nguyen Duy Trinh streets by more than 23 km.
Thanks to the developed transport infrastructure system and many arterial roads, Thu Duc city has become the most sought-after destination of real estate investors in the South. Although some roads are still under construction and have not yet been put into operation, they have had a huge impact on the real estate market around or 2.5 km away. When the roads are completed and operational, it is predicted that housing prices and real estate projects here will increase continuously and explode in the near future.
Above are the key traffic routes in Thu Duc city. With the economic potential and the value they bring, the surrounding real estate projects will definitely explode in the coming period.