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    gia ma cac bai viet tieng anh nay dc cac su huynh post len co them tieng viec heng?

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    Thầy ơi, gửi vào mail này cho em với ạ
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    [INFO]Mình sưu tầm một số bài đọc về Subway and Transportation systems tai Hà Nội và Hồ chí Minh.
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    Hanoi Metro, Vietnam

    Hanoi Urban Metro (Hanoi Metro) is a metro rail system that will be developed in Hanoi, Vietnam, by 2020. The project is part of an integrated development programme for urban transport in Hanoi and will provide a safe, efficient and clean urban transportation system. It is the fourth-biggest project in Vietnam to utilise the Japanese Government’s official development assistance capital.
    Hanoi is the capital of Vietnam and the country's second-largest city, with a population of about six million. Many trains, including services to Hai Phong and Ho Chi Minh City, depart from Hanoi station. The Union Express travels from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City, stopping at cities and towns along the route.
    Commuters in Hanoi use motorbikes, buses, taxis and bicycles. The metro project is part of the Vietnam Ministry of Transport's master plan, which aims to reduce the use of private transport and enhance the urban environment.
    The metro system will have five routes. The main route - line 3 - will be the first metro line in Hanoi. On completion, the route will provide transport to 200,000 passengers a day. It broke ground in September 2010 and is expected to become operational by the end of 2015.
    The entire project is being carried out by Hanoi Metropolitan Rail Transport Project Board (HRB), formerly known as the Hanoi Authority for Tram and Public Transport Development Management (HATD). Technical studies of the system were completed in 2009.

    Project

    "The 12.5km pilot line will incorporate a 5.5km single track U-viaduct and a 4km twin tunnel."
    The feasibility study for a Hanoi metro pilot route / line was completed in October 2005 and design of the pilot line started in 2007. The pilot route will be an east-westbound line and will connect 12 stations in the city bewteen Hanoi station and Nhon depot.
    The 12.5km pilot line will incorporate a 5.5km single track U-viaduct and a 4km twin tunnel structure. The system will include 9.6km of elevated and 2.9km of underground sections, and will use 20m metro trains top transport 900 passengers in a single trip. The trains will run at 80km/h, covering the entire route in 20 minutes.
    International consulting engineers HRB and SYSTRA signed two contracts to construct the pilot line. Each contract is worth €36m and the total cost of the pilot line is about €500m.
    SYSTRA will assist with the commissioning, launch and operation of the service and will supervise the construction and manufacture of rolling stock. It also provided design studies and assessed bids.
    The metro's infrastructure will include a viaduct, an underground section, stations, a depot and rolling stock maintenance centre and power supply stations. The construction of line two will begin in 2011 and is expected to be operational in January 2016.

    Line routes

    Hanoi Metro's routes will include Nam Thang Long to Tran Hung Dao, Nhon to Hanoi station, Cat Linh to Ha Dong and Yen Vien to Ngoc Hoi.
    The route connecting Nam Thang Long and Tran Hung Dao will be 11.54km long and serve ten stations. The line will include an 8.55km underground section.
    "The metro's infrastructure will include a viaduct, power supply stations and a depot."
    The pilot line (line 3) between Nhon depot and Hanoi station will start at Nhon and travel to Cau Giay via National Highway 32, Ho Tung Mau and Xuan Thuy. It will also pass through Kim Ma, Nui Truc and Quoc Tu Giam.
    The 13km-route connecting Cat Linh and Ha Dong will travel from Cat Linh to Thai Thinh via Hao Nam and Hoang Cau. From Thai Thinh the line will move towards National Highway 6, connecting Nga Tu So, Nguyen Trai, Tran Phu and Quang Trung.

    Financing

    The project is being coordinated and financed by several organisations including the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank and the European Investment Bank.
    The latter has granted a €173m loan to help fund the construction of line 3.
    Part of the project is being financed by Agence Française de Développement (AFD). The money provided by AFD is being used to construct the pilot line's infrastructure.
    The project is being co-financed by bilateral overseas development assistance loans. They amount to €280m, of which €200m is tied and €80m is untied.
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    ADB approved $293 million for Hanoi’s transport improvement

    The Asian Development Bank (ADB) and the government of Vietnam signed today (October 13) a $293 million loan agreement for construction of a metro line to reduce critical traffic congestion in Hanoi.
    The signatories included State Bank of Vietnam Governor, Nguyen Van Binh, and ADB country director for Vietnam, Tomoyuki Kimura.
    TheADB-supported 12.5-kilometer metro line 3 will run 3.6kilometres undergroundwith 8.9kilometres of elevated and transition track.
    It will stretchfrom Hanoi station, the main railway station in the centre of Hanoi, through Cau Giay,to Nhon.
    The loan signed today will add ADB to the list of financiers supporting the development of Hanoi’s urban transportation system development.
    The metro rail line also funded by the government of France and the European Investment Bank, is an integral part of the first of four priority metro lines planned for the capital’s metropolitan area.
    Scheduled to be completed in 2015, the metro rail line is expected to transport initially more than 150,000 people a day, and almost half a million a day by 2030.
    “We realise there is a large dependence on private vehicles to meet transport needs in Hanoi and it will be challenging to change the people’s mindset. But we sincerely hope public transportation will be supported by people in Hanoi as the low carbon transport mode is more sustainable and will substantially improve the quality of life of Hanoi residents,” Kimura added.
    In Hanoi, each family owns three to four motorbikes, and many of Hanoi’s motorbike users are switching to cars as their incomes increase.
    With this trend, coupled with the capital’s population expansion from six to eight million people by 2025, the traffic conditions will continue to worsen, and the capital city has to face with more critical transportation problem such as traffic congestion, air pollution and traffic safety.
    “The metro rail project will support efforts of Hanoi’s authorities to solve traffic congestion more efficiently and substantially reduce green house gas emissions, ensuring the capital’s sustainable socioeconomic development,” said Kimura.
    ADB, based in Manila, is dedicated to reducing poverty in Asia and the Pacific through inclusive economic growth, environmentally sustainable growth, and regional integration.
    Established in 1966, it is owned by 67 members – 48 from the region. In 2010, ADB approvals, including, co-financing, totalled $17.51 billion. In addition, ADB’s ongoing Trade Finance Programme supported $2.8 billion in trade.
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    Ho Chi Minh City Metro, Vietnam

    Constituted in 1976, the Socialist Republic of Vietnam has emerged from a modern history including colonial rule and war to become one of south-east Asia's fastest growing economies (6.23% GDP growth in 2008), with unexploited reserves of coal, iron ore and oil. There has been rapid and continuing growth of the two dominant cities, capital Hanoi (pop. approx 6.4 million) in the north and, around 1,100km to the south, the largest settlement and economic centre, Ho Chi Minh City (formerly Saigon, approx 8 million in the metropolitan area).
    Contrasting with important trading partner Germany, a country with a very similar size and population, railway transport has played only a minor part in Vietnam's development. Almost two-thirds of the predominantly metre-gauge heavy rail network is accounted for by the line between Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC), and there is little rail application in urban transit.
    However, consideration has turned from reliance on buses – although public transport use for city journeys has been as low as 5% – to creating a metro system to address the problems of congestion, protracted journey times and extreme pollution.
    The latter is a particular problem due to the high use of motor scooters/bikes – there is an estimated four million around the city – and with increasing road use in general, the accident and casualty rate has further encouraged the case for rail.
    In October 2009, the Vietnamese Government sanctioned plans for building the underground metro line of the project at a cost of about $1.2bn. Spanish consulting company Ardanuy Ingenieria won a feasibility study contract in October 2009 to provide solutions to build Line 4 of the six-line project.
    In April 2009 Spanish firm Idom Ingenieria Consultoria was awarded the contract to conduct feasibility studies for Line 5 and Line 6 of the metro. The two feasibility studies are expected to cost $1.7m and was completed within a year.
    GEV signed an agreement with Ho Chi Minh City’s Management Board of Urban Railway to construct phase one of Line 5 between Saigon Bridge and Bay Hien Intersection in September 2010. The work is scheduled to begin in April 2011.
    The construction of Metro line 2 began in August 2010 and is planned to be completed by 2015, with commercial services scheduled to commence in 2016. The funding is partly from the government and loans from the Overseas Development Administration, Asian Development Bank and European Investment Bank.

    The project

    Ten years into the formation of the current state, Vietnam loosened domestic economic controls and began supporting foreign investment in the country. Attracting interest from several countries, this process has helped to create a substantial project for Vietnam's first rail-based rapid transit system. At an estimated $1.1bn cost, the government has approved the scheme for the first line.
    "With increasing road use in general, the accident and casualty rate has further encouraged the case for rail."
    The Japan Bank for International Cooperation is providing 83% of the finance, the remainder coming from the HCMC municipal government. The metro route's consultant and designer is the Japanese Nippon Koei Group, who has maintained a presence in Hanoi since 1991. By March 2008, German interests in Vietnam's future metro developments had also been strengthened following ministerial visits between the countries. There have been indications of financial support via the German public sector KfW Entwicklungsbank for later line projects.

    Line routes

    The metro project will have six lines. Line 1 of the project is 19.7km long and consists of a 2.6km-long underground section and a 17.1km elevated section. Line 1 will connect Ben Thanh Market in the central area to the amusement park at Suoi Tien in District 9. The line goes underground from Station 1 at Quach Thi Trang Roundabout area in Ben Thanh Market. It consists of two horizontally aligned two tunnels. After Station 3 at Ba Son the line shifts from underground to elevated. The underground section has a total of three underground stations. Line 1 also consists of a crossing at Saigon River.
    Line 2 of the project will be 10.18km long and will run between Ben Thanh Market and Tham Luong. Line 2 will contain 11 stations. Line 3 will be 10.4km long and will run between Ben Thanh Market and Bin Tan District.
    Line 4 will be 16km long and will begin from Lang Cha Ca traffic circle and end at Van Thanh Park in Binh Thanh district. Line 5 will span 17km between Can Giuoc Bus Station in District 8 and Thu Thiem New Urban Town in District 2. The route for Line 6 will be 6km long and run between Ba Queo in Tan Binh District and Phu Lam in District 6.

    Infrastructure

    Ho Chi Minh City occupies a low-lying site 60km (37 miles) from the South China Sea coast, and difficult ground conditions are envisaged. Restrictions may need to be placed on building in the areas expected to be needed for the metro project. The start of construction was announced in February 2008, with work beginning on a $28m system depot in Long Binh Ward, District 9.
    The tenders for construction were invited in 2008, and compensation and site clearance for the project was completed by 2009. Although system aspects are to be confirmed, the 1,435mm gauge will differ from the country's other lines.
    Completion of Line 1, which is due to have 11 surface and three sub-surface stations, also related bus stations, is expected in 2014. There is a commitment to make the system accessible for users with physical disabilities and for bus routes to act as feeder services to rail. Planning indicates several interchange points on the system as later lines are opened.

    Rolling stock

    The supplier of rolling stock and other equipment is yet to be specified. Six-car trains are to be deployed with a target daily loading of 162,000 passengers up to 2020. An end-to-end time of around 29 minutes is planned, with a train every five minutes through a 20-hour operational day.
    "The HCMC transport master plan proposes five further metro lines which, with Line 1, will approximate to 107km (66 miles)."
    No suppliers have been yet announced, although the potentially diverse funding arrangements may lead to rolling stock being sourced from several companies and countries.
    Those with rapid transit experience who have expressed interest have included Japanese conglomerate Sumitomo Corporation (lead contractor for the Manila MRT-3 Phase 1 project) and two Europe-based companies who are already active in Vietnam, Alstom and Siemens.
    Japan's Kawasaki Heavy Industries has also expressed its interest in providing locomotives and carriages for the project. Neighbouring China may also see opportunities with this emerging market.

    Signalling and communications

    Signalling aspects are to be announced. Along with other potential suppliers, French company Alstom is already active in this area of the market through their work with Vietnam Railways on the existing rail system.

    The future

    Anticipated completion date for the first line is 2014. The HCMC transport master plan proposed five further metro lines which, with Line 1, will approximate to 107km (66 miles). The same plan, which also included three monorail routes totalling 37km (23 miles), indicated completion of the schemes by 2020, by which time the population forecast is 13.5 million. With Ho Chi Minh City as Vietnam's main economic centre, it remains to be seen if the earlier studies for rapid transit in the capital, Hanoi, will be revived in some form.
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    Ho Chi Minh City begins work on Vietnam first metro line

    Vietnam Minister of Transport Dinh La Thang and Ho Chi Minh City authorities broke ground for construction of the country's first metro line yesterday.
    Costing US$2.2 billion, Metro Line 1 will become operational in 2017, according to Nguyen Do Luong, head of the Urban Railway Management Authority, and be able to transport 186,000 passengers per day when construction is completed in 2017 and 620,000 passengers per day by 2020.
    Set to become the backbone of the city's Mass Rapid Transport (MRT) system, the near 20-kilometre-long Metro Line No. 1 will pass through Ho Chi Minh City's districts 1, 2, 9, Binh Thanh and Thu Duc, as well as Di An Town in Binh Duong Province, and consist of a 2.6-kilometre underground section connecting Ben Thanh Market and Ba Son Shipyard, with three underground stations.
    The first 17.1-kilometre stretch is an 11-station overhead section that will run from Ben Thanh Market in District 1 to Suoi Tien in District 9 via Ba Son Shipyard in District 1, and Van Thanh Park and Tan Cang in Binh Thanh District.
    Under a contract signed with the Ho Chi Minh City's Urban Railway Management Authority, a consortium of Japan's Sumitomo Corporation and Vietnam's Civil Engineering Construction Corp. No. 6 (Cienco 6) will design, survey, execute, supply equipment, test, operate, offer utility services, and maintain stations of the 17.1-kilometre overhead section of Ho Chi Minh City's Metro Line 1.
    The construction of this section is the first of the project's three packages, costing $560 million.
    The other packages are for construction of an underground section between Ben Thanh Market and Ba Son Shipyard and for mechanical-electrical devices and maintenance.
    Speaking at the ground-breaking ceremony, Le Hoang Quan, chairman of Ho Chi Minh City's People's Committee, said the ceremony marked an important milestone in the modernisation of Ho Chi Minh City's transport infrastructure.
    "The construction of Metro Line No. 1 will create a very important foundation for realising the next metro lines, and modernising and improving the city's urban transport system in general and mass rapid transport in particular," said Quan.
    Huynh Van Hong, a 66-year-old resident of Thao Dien Ward in District 2, who had 1,020 square metres of land revoked for the project, said that, although he was unhappy to be among the families affected by the project, he received compensation for the revoked land in November last year, paving the way for construction of the project.
    "Now that my family is living normally in a new home, I hope the project will progress smoothly and operate on schedule, to benefit people from all walks of society. It will be a significant return to my contribution to the project," said Hong.

    Other lines

    Ho Chi Minh City has also accelerated work on the rest of the city's metro projects, aiming to bring the entire network into operation by 2025.
    Line 2 will run from Thu Thiem Penisula in District 2 to the Tay Ninh Bus Station in District 12, passing through Pham Hong Thai, Cach Mang Thang Tam and Truong Chinh streets. At least 9.6 kilometres of the section's total length of 11.3 kilometres will be underground.
    Construction of Metro Line 2 will be divided into two phases. The first phase will cover the section from Ben Thanh Market to Tham Luong, and the city authority aims to complete construction of this section by 2018.
    The Ho Chi Minh City authority has also approved basic designs for Line 3A from Ben Thanh Market to Tan Kien and Line 3B from the Cong Hoa Crossroads in Tan Binh District to Hiep Binh Phuoc in Thu Duc District.
    Line 4 will run from Lang Cha Ca Crossroads in Tan Binh District to Van Thanh Park in Binh Thanh District. Line 5, stretching some 17 kilometres, will run from Sai Gon Bridge in District 2 to Can Giuoc in District 8. The six-kilometre-long Line 6 will run from Ba Queo in Tan Binh District to Phu Lam in District 6.
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    - Nhân ngày 20-11 em xin chúc thầy lời chúc tốt đẹp nhất. chúc thầy hoàn thành nhiệm vụ cao cả của mình trong sự nghiệp trăm năm trồng người, trong công cuộc đổi mới của đất nước. Em chân thành cám ơn thầy.
    p/s: dạ câu này khoảng mấy điểm thầy?



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    Một số bản vẽ bố trí chung cầu thực tế cho sinh viên khóa 10x3 tham khảo.
    Các em dựa trên bản vẽ tìm hiểu tên gọi của các chi tiết cấu tạo.
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    Em xin chân thành cảm ơn Thầy ạ!!! Kính Chúc Thầy luôn sức khoẻ và thành công ạ!!
    Sỏi đá cũng thành cơm!!!!

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    Cái ai biết giáo trình tiếng việt ở đâu không chỉ mình down về với

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