The expressway is about 19 km long, completely newly built according to the scale of expressway class A, with a design speed of 80-100 km / h. The expressway will connect Vietnam – Laos and the Northeastern provinces of Thailand through a pair of international border gates of Bo Y, Ngoc Hoi – Phu Saw and Attapeu.
Kon Tum Provincial People’s Committee has just requested the Ministry of Transport to consider and report to the Prime Minister to add the route of Bo Y – Ngoc Hoi to the development plan of Vietnam’s expressway network until 2020 and orientations to 2030.
Bo Y – Ngoc Hoi expressway has the starting point at the intersection between NT18 road and Ngoc Hoi – Doc Muoi road, about 1.3 km away from the integrated control station; End point: Intersecting with Ngoc Hoi – Pleiku expressway at the route Km1495 + 320 (Plei Kan town, Ngoc Hoi district, Kon Tum province) under the approved detailed planning of Ho Chi Minh road in Decision No. 194 February 15, 2012 by Prime Minister.
Bo Y international border gate – the starting point of the Bo Y – Ngoc Hoi expressway.
The total length of this expressway is about 19 km, completely newly built according to the scale of expressway type A, design speed 80-100 km / h, 4-6 lanes, cross section width across the roadbed from 22-29m, the road safety corridor management range from the center of the road to each side is 50m. This scale is equivalent to that of the Ho Chi Minh Expressway for the Ngoc Hoi – Pleiku section which was approved in Decision No. 194.
“The inclusion in the planning is the basis for investment in the expressway project from Bo Y – Ngoc Hoi international border gate, in order to promote socio-economic development, ensure national security and defense in the provincial; at the same time, creating favorable conditions for travel and trade between Vietnam – Laos and the Northeastern provinces of Thailand through a pair of international border gates of Bo Y, Ngoc Hoi – Phu Saw, Attape ”, Mr. Nguyen Huu Thap, Vice Chairman of Provincial People’s Committee Kon Tum said.
It is known that in the detailed planning of Ho Chi Minh road approved by the Prime Minister in Decision No. 194, the Ho Chi Minh road section passes through the Central Highlands provinces, with the starting point from Ngoc Hoi, Kon Tum to Chon Thanh. Binh Phuoc has a total length of about 494 km and is built according to the expressway standards of 4-6 lanes, particularly the expressway from Bo Y – Ngoc Hoi international border gate (Kon Tum province) has not yet included in the approved plan.
Implementing the Prime Minister’s Conclusion at the meeting with the leaders of Kon Tum province at Notice No. 221 dated August 5, 2016 of the Government Office and the direction of Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung at the Official Dispatch No. 1787 dated February 28, 2017 on the investment of the Bo Y – Ngoc Hoi – Pleiku expressway, the Kon Tum Provincial People’s Committee has arranged funding and directed the Department of Transport to study and prepare a Pre-Feasibility Study Report. Expressway project Bo Y – Ngoc Hoi – Pleiku as the basis for implementing the next steps; At the same time, there is a written request to the Ministry of Transport to consider and report to the Prime Minister to consider adding the Bo Y – Ngoc Hoi expressway to the development plan of Vietnam’s expressway network up to 2020 and orientation to the year. 2030.
However, so far, this road section has not been added to the Vietnam expressway network plan by the Prime Minister, so the preparation of a Pre-Feasibility Study Report for the Bo Y – Ngoc Hoi – Pleiku expressway project has not yet been implemented. Declaration done.
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