After many years of slow progress, the Nhon - Hanoi railway station (line 3) has completed nearly 99% of the items of the upper section.
Known as the decade of turtle project, the Nhon Metro Station - Hanoi Station (line 3 of the capital's 8 urban railways) has completed nearly 49%, of which the elevated section is on the high side. reached nearly 99%.Image at the intersection of Mai Dich flyover (Pham Van Dong - Xuan Thuy crossroads).
Photos at depot point.This area has completed 98% of technical infrastructure items and 50% of buildings.
Nhon Depot is the first point of metro line, belonging to Minh Khai ward, Bac Tu Liem district.The project has a scale of tens of thousands of m2 including 16 buildings serving maintenance and repair work for trains and operating all routes.
The unit is in charge of construction and installation of the railway system for the depot area and the elevated stations have welded and installed rails along the route.
Previously, 3,200 tons of rails were shipped from Russia via sea, gathered at Nhon depot.
The entire track progress is completed by the end of June, and the installation time for the rail bridge takes place in July.
It is expected that the installation of the railway system (package CP08) will be completed in 2019 for the depot area and the elevated stations.
The contractor is constructing the steel structure for the roof and installing equipment in the S1 - Nhon, S2 - Minh Khai and S6 - National Universities.
According to the design, the roof of the station of the project has a V-shaped structure with a large slope.When it rains, the water will clean the entire roof before flowing down to the collection system that makes maintenance easier, avoiding water deposition, protecting the roof from being absorbed and leaking.
The installation of the roof and architecture of the elevated stations is expected to be completed from September 2019 and completed in April 2020.
Image of the metro line at Ho Tung Mau, the section passing Mai Dich cemetery area with green scenery on both sides of the road.
The project has a total investment of about 1,176 billion euros (about VND 33,000 billion, according to the exchange rate in 2013), of which ODA loan is 899.68 million euros (more than VND 25,000 billion) from the French government, French Development Agency - AFD, European Investment Bank (EIB), European Investment Bank and Asian Development Bank (ADB).Domestic counterpart funding is nearly 280 million euros (about 7,800 billion dong) taken from the city budget.
The total length of the road is 12.5 km, including 8.5 km overhead from Nhon to Kim Ma and 4 km underground from Kim Ma to Hanoi station.The railway has 8 elevated stations, 4 underground stations and depot area in Nhon.Image of metro line on Cau Giay road.
Cau Giay crossroads - Buoi looks at the center of the capital.The PMU aims to put the overhead section into operation in 2020, while the 4km underground route from Kim Ma to Hanoi Station is expected to be exploited by 2022.
In the picture is the end point of the elevated railway section next to Thu Le Lake, Ba Dinh District.Hanoi Urban Railway Project Management Board informed that construction contractors are concentrating on making tunnels and 4 underground stations, this package only reaches more than 4% of the schedule.
Image at Lieu Giai - Nguyen Chi Thanh intersection, the underground passage from Kim Ma street (the end point is Hanoi station).Diaphragm walls and auxiliary structures are being constructed at the underground sloping area, S9 - Kim Ma station and S10 - Cat Linh station.
To have ground for ground construction, Hanoi has to clear ground for dozens of houses, agencies and units.
In particular, the Urban Railway Project Management Board must survey and evaluate with over 3,500 buildings and works adjacent to the construction site of underground stations from S9 - Kim Ma station to S12 station - Hanoi station.
Diagram of Nhon - Hanoi railway station.