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Thứ 5, Ngày 28/05/2020, 10:00
Tan An 4 Bridge is expected to open traffic in early June 2020
According to Deputy Director of the Department of Transport of Long An Province - Nguyen Hoai Trung, Tan An 4 Bridge is expected to open traffic in early June 2020.

Cầu Tân An 4 dự kiến thông xe đầu tháng 6 năm 2020.jpg

Tan An 4 Bridge is expected to open traffic in early June 2020

Currently, the construction unit is conducting asphalt surface to the old Tan An bridge, Ho Chi Minh City - Tan An City. This is the final stage to complete the Tan An 4 Bridge project. As expected, the contractor will complete the whole project by May 31 and will organize the opening and traffic in the first days of June 2020.

It is known that the project of Tan An 4 bridge has a length of 1,046 meters (km1947 + 182) located on the National Highway (NH) 1A through the inner area of Ward 2 and Ward 5, Tan An City. Bridges with a load of over 30 tonnes (HL93). The total invested capital is over 120 billion VND. The project is completed not only to meet the travel needs of the people, especially in Tan An City, to solve the traffic congestion on the NH1 section passing through the locality but also to contribute significantly to the local social-economy development.

Reported by Chau Son

Translated by NT

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Line Agency: People's Committee of Long An Province
Standing agency: The People's Committee Office​
Direct instruction: Chief of Staff of the People's Committee​​
Address: 61 Nguyen Hue, Ward 1, Tan An City, Long An Province
Phone: (0272). 3552489​
License No. 01 / GP-TTDT-STTTT dated March 3, 2015 - Department of Information and Communications