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Entire Prenn Pass to Da Lat temporarily reopened for New Year holiday

The Saigon Times

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HCMC – Lam Dong Province has decided to temporarily reopen the entire Prenn Pass leading to Dalat City to meet the increasing travel demand during the upcoming New Year holiday.

This decision will be in effect from December 29 until 19:00 on January 2, 2024, with the goal of facilitating the travel of local residents and visitors to the city during the New Year holiday and the celebration of the 130th anniversary of the establishment and development of Dalat.

During this period, all types of vehicles, including motorbikes, automobiles, and coaches, are permitted to travel through Prenn Pass from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. at a maximum speed of 50 km per hour. Trucks and heavy vehicles like semi-trailers and container trucks are required to use Mimosa Pass as an alternative route.

To ensure traffic safety, the province has stationed two tow trucks around the clock at the two locations on Mimosa and Prenn passes to address any potential safety concerns.

After 19:00 on January 2, 2024, the initial section of Prenn Pass adjacent to Lien Khuong-Prenn, stretching to Datanla Waterfall, will be closed for the construction of the remaining section.

Previously, the first three kilometers of the 7.4-kilometer Prenn Pass, a section from Datanla Waterfall to the location bordering April 3 Street, was reopened after a 10-month closure for upgrade and expansion.

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