Bà Rịa-Vũng Tàu Province authorities plan to spend VNĐ 20 trillion (US$850 million) from now through 2025 on infrastructure to achieve their goal of comprehensive development.
Developing infrastructure is an indispensable trend that the southern province of Bà Rịa-Vũng Tàu is following to achieve the goal of comprehensive development, the provincial People’s Committee has said.
The project to broaden Pháp Vân-Cầu Giẽ Expressway – the southern gateway to Hà Nội – from four to six lanes has nearly been completed and will be operational in a few weeks.
Localities nationwide have stepped up inspections to stop coach and truck drivers from drinking alcohol or using drugs.
The Pháp Vân-Cầu Giẽ Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) Joint Stock Company has sent a proposal to the Directorate for Roads of Việt Nam to exempt road users from tolls on the first three days of the lunar new year.
Gamuda Land will launch two new high-end villa products for the Gamuda Gardens township project by the end of the year, proving its confidence in the development of Việt Nam’s property market.
The second phase of the project to broaden the Pháp Vân-Cầu Giẽ Expressway from four lanes to six lanes is scheduled to be completed before June 30.
The capital city has proposed a VNĐ1.5 trillion (US$66 million), two-year project that will upgrade roads and divide traffic flow at the Pháp Vân-Cầu Giẽ Expressway and Ring Road No 3 intersection.
Construction has started on the main road in the southern gateway of the city in Hoàng Mai District at a cost of VNĐ2,067 billion (US$ 92.66 million)
The Directorate for Roads of Việt Nam has proposed the transport ministry inspect fee collection at the toll station on Pháp Vân-Cầu Giẽ expressway, the southern gateway to Hà Nội, to prevent loss of fees.