HCMC – The southern province of Tay Ninh plans to build 11 new bridges over the Vam Co Dong and Saigon rivers to improve regional transportation connectivity.
With the proposed bridge construction, the government of Tay Ninh Province aims to enhance the traffic infrastructure and foster links with other localities in the region, according to the local transportation planning for 2030, with a vision to 2050.
The 11 planned bridges are expected to alleviate geographic constraints caused by the region’s river and channel systems, supporting Tay Ninh’s growing transportation demand.
In addition, Tay Ninh Province seeks to strengthen water transportation facilities as part of the overall expansion strategy of local industrial zones, logistical hubs and tourist attractions.
By 2030, Tay Ninh intends to complete key projects that will improve traffic linkages in the southeastern region and the Central Highlands, including the HCMC-Moc Bai expressway, the Go Dau-Xa Mat expressway and the Ho Chi Minh Road.
As planned, the 22C, 56B 14C national highways are among the roads that will be expanded during the period.