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Dong Nai plans VND55 trillion for infrastructure development
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Wednesday,  Sep 26, 2018,14:11 (GMT+7)

Dong Nai plans VND55 trillion for infrastructure development

The Saigon Times Daily

One section of Long Thanh-Dau Giay Expressway in Dong Nai Province - PHOTO: ANH QUAN

HCMC - The southeastern province of Dong Nai plans to earmark over VND55 trillion for infrastructure development during the 2018-2020 period. Of this, investment for transport infrastructure accounts for some VND35 trillion, connecting the province with other localities in the key southern economic zone in the coming period, local media reported.

Multiple road transport projects will be executed, including the Ben Luc-Long Thanh, Dau Giay-Phan Thiet and Dau Giay-Da Lat expressways and Ring Road No.3, all linking Dong Nai with neighboring localities.

The provincial Party Committee is reportedly working with central State-run agencies to finalize a scheme to launch Bien Hoa-Vung Tau Expressway and a metro line running from the provincial city of Bien Hoa to HCMC.

For roads managed by the province, Dong Nai will prioritize funding and building the crucial roads of 25B Nhon Trach, No. 768, No. 319 connecting with Long Thanh-Dau Giay Expressway and a road leading to Phuoc An Port. In addition, it will make preparations for renovating Nguyen Tri Phuong Street in Bien Hoa, D9T768 Street and Da Kai Bridge.

Dong Nai is also focusing on investing in the interlinking of roads, such as installing roads that connect ports, linking National Highway 51 to the central Nhon Trach District or adding a riverside road running from the Cai River in Bien Hoa to An Hao Bridge.

Aside from the investment and renovation work involved in road projects, the province plans to start construction on and develop the ports of Phuoc An and Go Dau, inland container depots and the logistics center and will complete land compensation and site clearance to prepare for the construction of Long Thanh International Airport.

With the ongoing construction and development of multiple projects connecting various modes of transport, the provincial Party Committee expects the socioeconomic development of Dong Nai to receive a much-needed boost.

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