Dong Nai province calls for infrastructure investment of US$1.2 billion

Tuesday, 2019-04-23 11:18:20
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A road in Bien Hoa city (Photo: Bao Dong Nai)
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NDO - The government of Dong Nai has announced a list of 12 infrastructure projects, worth a total of US$1.2 billion, that the southern province is calling for investment in.

Six projects, worth US$410 million, belong to road and bridge development while the remainder concern water drainage and wastewater treatment, costing a total of US$806 million.

Dong Nai is planning to construct a 15-km road to connect sea ports in Nhon Trach district at a cost of US$235 million and also a US$50 million road between Trang Bom and Xuan Loc with a length of 50 kilometres.

Other road projects include a 24-kilometre road from Cam My district centre to National Highway 1A, a 6-kilometre road to Phuoc An Port and a 2.4-kilometre road section connecting Buu Hoa Bridge with National Highway K1.

The Thong Nhat Bridge and its approach roads are also under consideration for development, with an estimated cost of US$45 million for the project.

Dong Nai is also looking for investment in two water drainage and wastewater treatment projects in the provincial capital city of Bien Hoa and another four projects in other towns and districts.

These 12 projects are expected to boost the province’s socio-economic development and help with local environmental protection.