Ho Chi Minh City Department of Transport has just agreed to set up 3 assembled high-rise parking lots in Le Lai Street (District 1) and Cho Lon bus station (District 5) and District 8 bus station.
TCP-mounted garage at Tan Son Nhat Airport with an 8-storey shell with a capacity of nearly 6,000 vehicles. Photo: MH
The Ministry of Transport has just commissioned the Public Transport Management Center to develop a pilot plan to implement the assembled high-rise parking project at Cho Lon Bus Station (District 5) and District 8 Bus Station.
At the same time, the Road Traffic Infrastructure Management Center was commissioned to develop a pilot plan for the implementation of the assembled high-rise parking project at Le Lai Street (District 1) according to 2 options.
Option 1, invest and install 4 rotating parking modules (total scale of about 48 cars), and a 2-wheel parking module (about 80 motorcycles) on the road Le Lai at the site currently organizes parking for a fee.
Coordination with Ho Chi Minh City Youth Volunteer Service One Member Limited Liability Company to accept the scope of temporary use of the road surface of Le Lai Street parking lot (remaining scope) and equip surveillance facilities, under-road parking management against a compensation .
Option 2, invest and install 4 rotating parking modules (total scale of about 48 cars), a 2-wheel parking module (about 80 motorcycles) on the road Le Lai currently organizes parking spaces for a fee. Agencies report their performance results to the department by October 15.
According to the plan, Ho Chi Minh City has 4 underground parking spaces in the central area for about 6,300 cars and 4,000 motorcycles, including Le Van Tam Park, Trong Dong Stage, Hoa Lu Stadium and Tao Dan Park. To date, however, no wharf has been built.
Recently, Investment and Development of Underground Space Joint Stock Company (IUS) – the investor of the project to build an underground parking garage in Le Van Tam Park (District 1), proposed to extend the implementation time of the project by 2 years . This is a project that started in 2010, and in 2019, the People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City terminated the contract and withdrew the project.
@ Saigon Times