Ho bỏ ra Minh thành phố is the largest city in Vietnam with a population of 8.4 million. It is located in the south of Vietnam and is at the vi xử lý core centre of Ho đưa ra Minh city Metropolitan Area, which has a population that exceeds trăng tròn million, 16 million of whom live in urban areas. The thành phố is currently undergoing a period of strong economic & population growth; as it is the economic và financial hub of Vietnam, it continues khổng lồ attract migrants from other provinces. The shift from a Socialist lớn an xuất hiện market economy has also encouraged the growth of private enterprises in Ho chi Minh thành phố (HCMC); it currently accounts for 23 per cent of Vietnam’s gross domestic product (GDP) & 20 per cent of foreign direct investment. HCMC currently faces many issues caused by rapid population growth và subsequent land-use change; the most notable being insufficient mobility and flooding. HCMC is in an intra-tropical zone & has a relatively low elevation that makes it vulnerable to many of the adverse impacts of climate change. The location of HCMC has also further aggravated the impacts of flooding; being situated along the coast makes the đô thị susceptible lớn storm surges. Due to lớn the rapid population and spatial growth of the city, future risks are likely lớn be further exacerbated. The two projects identified are: the development of a Smart Ticketing System for Public Transportation Network, & the development of a Geographical Information System for the Drainage System.

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The Ho chi Minh thành phố City Context Report is part of a series of reports provided for each city of the Global Future Cities Programme, serving as a tool lớn frame the proposed Programme interventions within the characteristics and conditions of each city. The đô thị Context Report provides a general analysis of the spatial, financial, and legal conditions in the city, followed by potential impact of the interventions, & a set of evidence-based recommendations for successful implementation & maximised benefits. In Ho đưa ra Minh City, the projects identified are the development of a Smart Ticketing System for Public Transportation Network, & the development of a Geographical Information System for the Drainage System. Download Document

Ho chi Minh city is facing rapid population growth

The đô thị grew from 2.5 million in 1989 to lớn 8.4 million in 2017


Public Transport ridership is low

Only 4 per cent of residents use buses, while 75 per cent rely on motorbikes


The number of bus riders has been declining since 2013

The number of trips taken reduced from 414,300,000 in 2013 to 306,600,000 in 2017


Ho đưa ra Minh thành phố ranks among the ten cities most affected by climate change

45 per cent of land is less than 1 metre above sea level


Flooding has financial implications on Ho chi Minh city

USD 28.86 billion worth of assets in the đô thị are exposed lớn flooding


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1 Development of a Smart Ticketing System for Public Transportation Network

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Ho chi Minh City’s residents are heavily reliant on motorbikes for transport as they are considered the most convenient by offering door-to-door service & the ability to park anywhere within HCMC. Currently, there is a low use of public transport in the city; only 4 per cent of residents use buses. Apart from the dominance of private vehicles, many residents are dissatisfied by the current coverage of the bus network. The ticketing system also limits public transport use; the current fares are not affordable và do not promote buses.

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There has been interest by Ho bỏ ra Minh City’s People’s Committee (HCMC-PC) khổng lồ increase public transport ridership by 2025 to lớn reach 20-25 per cent of the city’s transport demand. With this in mind, the current management centre requires capacity building and support in anticipation for the new routes. There is perceived interest in introducing a smart ticketing system for the current public transport routes; the ticketing system will integrate the bus operators into a single ticketing system và will allow the integration of the upcoming routes (MRT, BRT và monorails). The smart ticketing system will aim to optimise public transport routes by enhancing collaboration amongst bus operators, while enhancing the reliability of public transport to increase ridership.


Charette August 2018 Validation Workshop November 2018 MoU signing January 2019 Kick-off Meetings November 2019 SDG Project Assessment Tool Tailoring Workshop February 2020 First SDG Assessment Session October 2020
This tailormade sheet aims khổng lồ demonstrate how the SDG Project Assessment Tool"s General Framework has been tailored khổng lồ the project in Ho chi Minh City, Vietnam. It highlights how the project includes the priorities within the Sustainable Development Goals, và the different principles that were selected for this project. As this sheet has been tailored lớn the project"s scope và needs, the performance criteria has been selected in consultation with the partners of the Programme.
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2 Development of a Geographical Information System for the Drainage System

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Ho chi Minh đô thị (HCMC) ranks among the ten cities most affected by climate change as 45 per cent of land in HCMC is less than 1 metre above sea level. Large parts of the thành phố are exposed to lớn floods on a regular basis, causing economic damage to key infrastructure. Canals và drains have been mix up lớn help mitigate flooding and allow water drainage built during the French era lớn meet the demand of a population of what was then 2 million. The system has since been expanded but it still does not meet the demand of the growing population. The current database of drains & canals is facing several issues concerning data management & reliability; it has not been updated regularly khổng lồ match the current status of the drains và many documents have also been lost or damaged due to the war, resulting in critical gaps. This is crucial as the current system is at the edge of its capacity and, without a database, the city will not be able lớn expand the canals and drain network. The project hence proposes to develop an inventory that compiles the information on the canals and drains network, which is updated regularly. It will provide a framework for the city to expand its network of canals & drains in the future, while also providing technical assistance & mechanisms on data management và sharing between multiple agencies.


Charrette August 2018 Validation Workshop November 2018 MoU signing January 2019 Kick-off Meetings November 2019 SDG Project Assessment Tool Tailoring Workshop February 2020
This tailormade sheet aims to lớn demonstrate how the SDG Project Assessment Tool"s General Framework has been tailored khổng lồ the project in Ho bỏ ra Minh City, Vietnam. It highlights how the project includes the priorities within the Sustainable Development Goals, và the different principles that were selected for this project. As this sheet has been tailored to the project"s scope và needs, the performance criteria has been selected in consultation with the partners of the Programme.