A private infrastructure developer this week began construction of an expanded road project and Co Ma tunnel, a part of important Deo Ca tunnel project, for the nation’s arterial route. The National Road 1A, the most important highway in Vietnam, is overloaded and in disrepair. The construction of these projects, stretching central Khanh Hoa and Phu Yen provinces, will improve transport conditions not only for these provinces, but for the nation as a whole. “These are very important projects for driving up economic development in provinces and the country as well,” Tran Anh Tuan, general director of the developer Deo Ca Company. He stressed that the infrastructure projects would also help prevent traffic accidents on the National Road 1A. “We appreciate the developer’s strong commitment in executing the tunnel project in the context the world’s and Vietnam’s economy remain in difficulties,” said Tran Quang Nhat, Vice Chairman of Phu Yen Provincial People’s Committee, adding that those were among the nation’s most important infrastructure projects. Both Deo Ca and the expanded National Road 1A project are invested under tge build-operate-transfer investment form. According to Deo Ca Company, the 37.5 kilometre-expanded road project will comprise six lanes designed for a maximum speed… Read full this story
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