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Gov’t approves new bridges, roads for HCM City

Update: May, 11/2017 - 19:00
The Bình Khánh ferry in HCM City’s Cần Giờ District will be replaced by the Cần Giờ Bridge in 2020. – Photo
Viet Nam News

HCM CITY – The Government has approved a HCM City plan to build two bridges and a parallel road to National Highway No 50 in HCM City.

The Cát Lái Bridge will cross the Đồng Nai River and link the city’s District 2 with Nhơn Trạch District in Đồng Nai Province.

The bridge project, which will be 4.5 km including approach roads, will be 60m wide with six motor vehicle lanes and two mixed lanes.

The Cần Giờ Bridge will replace the Bình Khánh ferry and link Nhà Bè and Cần Giờ districts.

The bridge will cross the Soài Rạp River, which will be about 7.3km long, inclusive of approach roads, and 40m wide with four motor vehicle lanes and two mixed lanes.

The new road parallel to the National Highway 50 will be 8.6km long and 40m wide, with six motor vehicle lanes, extending from Nhà Bè District to Long An Province’s Cần Giuộc District.

All of the projects will start this year and end in 2020. – VNS





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