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A new mountain road tunnel opened to traffic on August 21, helping to reduce the travel time through the Deo Ca Pass between Phu Yen and Khanh Hoa provinces from 60 minutes to just ten minutes. The 4.1 kilometre long Deo Ca Tunnel is part of a 13-kilometre long road project, which also includes another...Read More
Ca Pass Tunnel in central Vietnam was opened to traffic on August 21, drastically shortening travel time between Phu Yen and Khanh Hoa provinces.
Cả Pass tunnel road, Việt Nam’s most modern tunnel route, was opened to traffic on Monday morning, reducing travel time from one hour to 10 minutes.
Besides shortening the distance and travel time between Phu Yen and Khanh Hoa, the project promises to create momentum for the economy in the Central Coast. Breaking the “oasis” for Phu Yen Phu Yen has not been able to grow as expected as its closed terrain with the South is the hollow Ca Pass, the...Read More
The Ministry of Transport has undertaken great efforts to foster the private public partnership (PPP) model with the goal of mobilising some 1,000 trillion VND (46.7 billion USD) for transport infrastructure during the 2016-2020 period, according to Nguyen Hoang, Director of the ministry’s Department of Planning and Investment.
VietinBank will provide VND4.18 trillion for Deo Ca Investment Joint Stock Company to carry out the second phase of the project.
The Ministry of traffic and transportation in coordination with Deo Ca JSC organized the ceremony of technical clearing Co Ma tunnel, Ca Pass tunnel project.
The widened National Highway 1A section passing through Khanh Hoa Province was opened to traffic last Friday after nearly two years of construction, reducing travel time between Khanh Hoa Province and neighboring areas.
Phu Yen province has chosen the year 2016 the “enterprise year” and the standing board of the Provincial Party Committee has also ordered instructions as related to this issue.
The new tunnel is expected to improve road transport; facilitate goods circulation between the central and south regions especially Phu Yen and Khanh Hoa provinces; and fully exploit potentials on industries, trade, and tourism in the Central and Central Highlands Regions.