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The Department of Transport has announced that Nguyen Hue Street will be closed off between Le Loi and Ton Duc Thang Streets until April 28, 2015 when it will reopen as a pedestrian-only street, according to Thanh Nien.

The $18.7 million project will host 3D art events and feature dancing water fountains using “the latest advanced lighting technology.”

Here are some alternative routes to use while construction is taking place:

1. For those traveling from West to East: 

Route 1: Quach Thi Trang Roundabout – Ham Nghi – Ho Tung Mau – Vo Van Kiet – Ton Duc Thang – Me Linh Square Roundabout – Hai Ba Trung – Lam Son Square

Route 2: Quach Thi Trang Roundabout – Le Loi – Pasteur – Ly Tu Trong – Dong Khoi – Lam Son Square

-Route 3: Phu Dong Thien Vuong Roundabout – Ly Tu Trong – Lam Son Square

Route 4: Phu Dong Thien Vuong Roundabout – Nguyen Thi Nghia – Nguyen Thai Hoc – Tran Hung Dao – Ham Nghi – Ho Tung Mau – Vo Van Kiet – Ton Duc Thang – Me Linh Square Roundabout – Hai Ba Trung – Lam Son Square 

2. For those traveling from East to West:

Route 1: Le Thanh Ton – Dong Khoi – Ton Duc Thang – Ham Nghi – Quach Thi Trang Roundabout – Le Lai

Route 2: Le Thanh Ton – Hai Ba Trung – Nguyen Du – Nam Ky Khoi Nghia – Le Loi – Quach Thi Trang Roundabout – Le Lai

Route 3: Le Thanh Ton – Hai Ba Trung – Me Linh Square Roundabout – Ton Duc Thang – Ham Nghi – Quach Thi Trang Roundabout – Le Lai

[Thanh Nien]

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