High-speed Fever from Bien Hoa to Vung Tau through Dong Nai Province

After 7 months of construction, the Biên Hòa-Dồng Nai expressway project is still facing challenges with land clearance.

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On February 2nd, Deputy Minister of Transport Le Anh Tuan and the Ministry’s delegation conducted a site inspection on the progress of land clearance for the construction of the Bien Hoa – Vung Tau expressway in Dong Nai province. The Bien Hoa – Vung Tau expressway is divided into 3 component projects, with components 1 and 2 spanning over 34km in Dong Nai province, and component 3 spanning 19.5km in Ba Ria – Vung Tau province.

Deputy Minister of Transport Le Anh Tuan inspecting the Bien Hoa – Vung Tau expressway site

According to the Ministry of Transport, the construction of the Bien Hoa – Vung Tau expressway started approximately 7 months ago. However, the implementation of the component projects in Dong Nai province has not been synchronized. Reports from the Project Management Boards indicate that the progress of land handover is progressing slowly and has not met the requirements. Specifically, component project 1 has only handed over 7% of the land, while component project 2 has handed over 12.9% of the land. The majority of the handed over land is for transportation purposes, and scattered rivers and streams have caused difficulties in the simultaneous construction. Therefore, the inspection team conducted a field inspection to identify the challenges and obstacles in the land clearance for component projects 1 and 2 of the Bien Hoa – Vung Tau expressway, in order to find solutions and accelerate the project implementation.

Land for the construction of the Bien Hoa – Vung Tau expressway, component project 2, still faces land clearance issues

The inspection team conducted on-site inspections at the location of the military land managed by the Training School for component project 1 in Dong Nai. They also inspected the junction between component project 2 and component project 3, which connects the two provinces of Dong Nai and Ba Ria – Vung Tau. The team also inspected and recorded the progress of the Long Duc resettlement area, which will serve as the relocation site for land-losing residents for the construction of the Bien Hoa – Vung Tau expressway.

The tunnel at the junction between component project 2 and component project 3 is being constructed by Project Management Board 85

Reporting to the inspection team, Mr. Nguyen Linh, Deputy Director of the Project Management Board for Transport Construction of Dong Nai province, stated that recently, relevant units have coordinated with Long Thanh District to inventory assets and crops on the land. However, the progress of liquidating rubber trees and relocating technical infrastructure is significantly delayed.

Component project 3 (Ba Ria – Vung Tau) has encroached on the road surface

Mr. Nguyen Hong Que, Deputy Director of the Compensation, Site Clearance, and Resettlement Support Board of Dong Nai province, mentioned that inventory of trees on the land managed by the Training School has been completed. However, the current difficulty is identifying the landowners for several areas, which are currently being handled by the communes’ People’s Committees. In component project 1, land with rubber trees covering nearly 13 hectares and land managed by the Training School covering 11.8 hectares will be handed over in February, along with 7 hectares of public land for transportation and canals. In component project 2, a total of 6.9 hectares of rubber plantation land will be handed over…

In response to this issue, Mr. Vo Van Phi, Vice Chairman of the People’s Committee of Dong Nai province, requested that relevant units expedite the process of land clearance to serve the Bien Hoa – Vung Tau expressway project.

Deputy Minister Le Anh Tuan urged Dong Nai province to provide support in accelerating the land handover. Regarding the areas affected by the 500km transmission line, he requested timely resolution as soon as possible.

“The Bien Hoa – Vung Tau expressway is a large-scale project that has a significant impact on economic development. Therefore, the transportation sector is always eager to have land for the implementation of projects to ensure that each project is completed according to schedule,” said Deputy Minister of Transport Le Anh Tuan. He also demanded that the Project Management Boards and contractors proceed with construction as soon as the land is handed over.

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