HCMC – Work on Nhat Le 3 Bridge and two roads leading to the bridge began yesterday, January 8, in the central province of Quang Binh, with a total investment of VND1.3 trillion.
Nhat Le 3 bridge will span over the Nhat Le River. The east side of the bridge will link with Vo Nguyen Giap Street in Dong Hoi City while its west side will connect with the National Highway 1A section passing through Quang Ninh District.
The project has a total length of 2,826 meters, with the main bridge measuring 561 meters in length, allowing vehicles to travel at a maximum speed of 60 kilometers per hour. The project is slated for completion in 2026, the local media reported.
The bridge, a seaside road, National Highway 1A and the Ho Chi Minh Road are expected to improve the connectivity among urban areas, economic zones and regions, as well as to contribute to the development of marine services.
Aside from Nhat Le 3, Quang Binh, on the same day, broke ground on two other key projects, namely the Quang Binh Province Sports Center, whose total area is 25,000 square meters with an investment of VND240 billion, and the Quang Binh Province Center for Disease Control, which will span 25,000 meters and require VND220 billion in investment.
The two projects are scheduled to be completed in 2025.