US$5.54 billion for Ho Chi Minh roads
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US$5.54 billion for Ho Chi Minh roads

US$5.54 billion for Ho Chi Minh roads

Vietnam has announced a massive budget for road maintenance and development in Ho Chi Minh City in their 2016-2020 road transport development plan.

US$5.54 billion has been earmarked for improving the city’s road infrastructure.

The projects include:

  • Construction of Belt Roads No3 and No4
  • The Ben Luc-Long Thanh Highway
  • Tunnels at the Cong Hoa-Truong Chinh and An Suong intersections
  • Flyovers at the Nguyen Huu Tho-Nguyen Van Linh Intersection, My Thuy Roundabout and Go Vap Roundabout.
  • Construction of a 7.5km-long, six-lane road connecting Nguyen Van Linh Street and Ba Chiem Bridge.

Other projects include a proposal for the construction of a north-south road for an estimated US$377.7 million.

Vietnam’s road infrastructure continues to improve and more plans are being outlined and funding sought from donor agencies including the World Bank and the Asian Development Bank.

Post source : ANGDavis Associates

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