Vietnam highway developments continue

Vietnam is continuing its programme of highway developments.
Road Structures / November 6, 2023 35 seconds Read
By MJ Woof
Further road and bridge works are being carried out and planned in Vietnam – image courtesy of © Hans Slegers|

Vietnam plans to build eight new expressways in the Central Highlands by 2030. This programme of construction will add around 830km to Vietnam’s expressway network. Construction is expected to cost nearly US$6.5 billion.

Work on the Tan Phu-Bao Loc expressway is due to commence in 2023. Other expressways planned will include routes from; Quy Nhon to Pleiku, Khanh Hoa to Buon Ma Thuot, Bao Loc to Lien Khuong, Gia Nghia to Chon Thanh and Bao Loc to Lien Khuong.

Meanwhile, plans are underway for the Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) Beltway No4 project. The expressway will run through cost an estimated $776.75 million and should be completed by 2026.