The 98.35km section spans Cam Lo, Trieu Phong, Lai Lang districts, Quang Tri town, and Dong Ha city of Quang Tri province, and Thua Thien-Hue province’s Phong Dien, Huong Tra, Huong Thuy and Phu Loc districts. At the ceremony The project is among 11 component projects of the 2,109km North-South Expressway. It has total investment is about 7.66 trillion VND (329.38 million USD), using capital from the Government’s bonds. In the first phase, the section will be 12m in width with two lanes, which will be expanded to 23m with four lanes when completed. The Cam Lo-La Son section will help develop transport infrastructure in the region and the country, while promoting the potential of the region, making it more convenient for goods transport among Quang Tri, Thua Thien-Hue and Da Nang city. As scheduled, the project will be completed in 2021, combining with the La Son-Tuy Loan section to form Cam Lo-La Son-Tuy Loan expressway, meeting the transportation demand and ease the overload for the National Highway 1A when the Hai Van tunnel and pass section has problems, while helping boost the growth of central localities. Addressing the ceremony, Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc underlined the strategic significance of… Read full this story
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