Mr. Bui Xuan Cuong, Head of the Ho Chi Minh City Management Authority for Urban Railways (MAUR) was elected as Vice Chairman of the municipal People's Committee for the 2021-2026 term with the most votes on October 11.
Pork price has remained high as supply still fails to meet demand, according to Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development Nguyen Xuan Cuong who was speaking at the ninth session of the 14thNational Assembly on June 13.
A slew of pedestrian bridges spanning over Hanoi Highway will be built to connect the highway with stations of the first metro line Ben Thanh-Suoi Tien, which is schedule to come into operation next year, to provide residents’ easy access to the stations, said Director of HCMC Urban Railway Management Board Bui Xuan Cuong.
Director of HCMC Urban Railway Management Board Bui Xuan Cuong yesterday said that premise handover is expected to come in the first quarter of 2020 for contractors to implement the second metro line project, Ben Thanh-Tham Luong.
Construction businesses are expected to work at the highest intensity after Tet Holiday in pursuit of opening Ben Thanh-Suoi Tien, the first metro line project in HCMC, to traffic by 2020, said newly appointed head of HCMC Urban Railway Management Board Bui Xuan Cuong on January 14.
Chairman of HCMC People’s Committee Nguyen Thanh Phong this morning gave Mr. Bui Xuan Cuong who is chairman of the city Department of Transport a decision to mobilize him to be head of the Management Board of Urban Railway (MAUR).
Director of the HCMC Department of Transport Bui Xuan Cuong yesterday had an urgent meeting with the Steering Center for Urban Flood Control Program, Binh Thanh district and the investor of the smart pumping system in Nguyen Huu Canh street which was still flooded during a heavy rain on October 17 despite the system’s operation.
Ho Chi Minh City will chop down 143 trees and remove 115 trees in Ton Duc Thang street, District 1 for construction of Thu Thiem 2 bridge, announced director of the Department of Transport Nguyen Xuan Cuong on Tuesday.
“Private vehicle limit will be a must in HCMC in the upcoming time because traffic system development has been unable to catch up with the growth rate of private vehicles,” said director of the Department of Transport Bui Xuan Cuong.