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Bộ Giao thông nghiên cứu hai phương án đường sắt tốc độ cao Bắc Nam

Minister of Transport asked to study more infrastructure investment plans for the whole route, exploited by diesel locomotives and gradually modernized. "Avalanche" is a phenomenon of avalanche, "landslide" is landslide. What are volcanic eruptions or wildfires in English? The university representative will share information related to the easy-to-apply field of study, the pre-university program, the scholarship … January 14, at meeting on the implementation of pre-feasibility study of North-South high-speed rail project, Minister of Transport Nguyen Van The assigned Vice Minister Nguyen Ngoc Dong to direct the consortium of consultants TEDI – TRICC – TEDIS, applications The functional person urgently completed the report to submit to the Government in January, then submit it to the National Assembly for consideration and approval of the investment policy. "This is a project with a special meaning of the country, there are many big issues that have been raised. In the past time, the consultant has made a positive preparation, but did not meet the requirements on content and progress. "said Mr. Can. In the report submitted to the Government, the Minister requested clarification of two investment options. The first is the "cross-section" model, which prioritizes investment before the Vinh stage – Hanoi and Nha Trang – Ho Chi Minh City as proposed by the consultant. The second is the "vertical" investment plan proposed by Prof. La Ngoc Khue (former Deputy Minister of Transport), working in front of the entire North-South route infrastructure, first exploited by diesel locomotives and gradually modernized. into high-speed rail. "Both options must be based on objective and honest data of research units and scientific experts to draw conclusions. The content of the report must be full of data, annexes for explanation" , Minister added. Shinkansen bullet train in Japan. Photo: Long Ly. In addition, the Minister also noted the consultant's clarification in the pre-feasibility report on train technology, time, chart of the entire operation, phase 1 investment fund, the ability to master the technology, the the category of investment socialization, the impact of the economy through specific fields, investment rate of "hardware" infrastructure and investment rate "software" to operate the route … The houses The station is determined to become the center of the new urban area, so it can be separated into investment items calling for socialization, instead of being integrated into the state capital invested. Previously, Mr. Pham Huu Son, General Director of TEDI (representative of consulting partnership) presented the pre-feasibility study project, which received feedbacks from ministries, sectors, localities and scientists. . The consultant proposed to build a North-South high-speed railway connecting Hanoi – Ho Chi Minh City with 1,545 km long, passing 20 localities with 23 stations. The project uses distributed power technology, design speed of 350 km / h. Investment plan for the Hanoi – Vinh section and Ho Chi Minh City – Nha Trang in the period 2020-2030 and completion of the middle stage after 2030-2040. The project is expected to be invested in the form of public-private partnership (PPP), in which the state invests in infrastructure with a total capital of 80%. Investors' capital mobilized is about 20% to purchase train equipment and return capital. The two phases are expected to invest in high-speed rail. Graphics: Tien Thanh – Doan Loan From 2007 to 2010, the Government assigned Vietnam Railway Corporation to be the investor to study the North-South high-speed rail project. The study was conducted by the Vietnam-Japan Consultant Association (VJC joint venture). The project proposes a double-track, 1,435-mm gauge that only runs passenger trains, the design speed of 350 km / h. The route length is 1,570 km, with 27 stations and 5 depot. This study was later adopted by the State Appraisal Council; The Central Committee and the Politburo endorsed the policy. However, at the 7th session of the 12th National Assembly (June 2010), the National Assembly rejected the project because of many controversies, requiring more research to confirm its effectiveness.