Tan An Bridge, the bypass Highway 1 through Tan An city has been completed
11:28 - 20/10/2020
Tan An bridge on NH1 bypass through Tan An city has been completed
Tan An bridge is more than 410m long, 12m wide, investment cost is over 164 billion dong. The investment budget from Government bonds has the residual in the period 2014 - 2016 of the projects to renovate and upgrade NH1 and Ho Chi Minh road through the Central Highlands.
The bridge construction package in the project of upgrading and expanding the bypass route NH1, section passing Tan An city is over 5.8km long, the first point is the rotation of the Provincial Martyrs Cemetery to the end point is the Ward 4 rotation.
The project was started on October 12, 2018 by the Ministry of Transport as an investor.
Meanwhile, the (old) Tan An bridge located on the bypass NH1 parallel to the new Tan An bridge recently has many damage to the bridge surface, so repair is currently underway.
In addition to the new Tan An bridge on the bypass route NH1, which was built in September 2019, the Tan An bridge project on NH1 crossing the Vam Co Tay river in the area of ward 2 and ward 5, Tan An city also started with the investment fee is more than 120 billion. Currently, the bridge is under construction and is expected to be completed in June 2020.
Tan An bridge (new) crossing Vam Co Tay river on NH1 connecting ward 2 and ward 5,
Tan An city is under construction.
According to the design, the new Tan An bridge is newly built next to the old Tan An bridge with the total length of 1,046m; of which, the bridge section is over 300m wide, 8m wide with two lanes. The Tan An Bridge Project belongs to the Credit Project of the Transport sector to improve the national road network for the second time.
According to the Deputy Director of the Department of Transport of Long An - Nguyen Hoai Trung, the density of people and vehicles passing through the 2 NH1 routes in Tan An city has increased strongly in recent years. Therefore, the construction of two new Tan An bridges across the Vam Co Tay river on these two roads is located parallel to the two old Tan An bridges to meet the needs of developing, transporting goods and ensuring safety of delivery. information./.