This project consists of a 15.63km highway integrating a 5.44km bridge, which is the longest sea-crossing bridge in South East Asia. The 10.19km road is 29.5m-wide accommodating four lanes and two safety corridors, while the 5.44km bridge is 16m-wide and comprises of 84 spans, supported by piers.
The completion of Tan Vu – Lach Huyen highway and bridge forms an essential part of the larger Lach Huyen Port Project, which involves the construction of a new deep seaport at -14m deep for the booming northern region of Vietnam. Completion of the port in 2018 will make Haiphong the most important gateway of north Vietnam to the world and attract more business to the region taking advantage of this intermodal links via air/port/highways. Eager to discover Haiphong and its new infrastructure?
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