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Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee Nguyen Van Phuong encourages workers building the Huong River Overpass
2/6/2024 8:11:22 AM
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 Chairman Nguyen Van Phuong encouraging the workforce at the construction site
On the evening of February 1st, Deputy Secretary of the Provincial Party Committee, Chairman of the Provincial People's Committee Nguyen Van Phuong visited the construction site of the Huong River Overpass and extended Tet wishes to the workers working there.
Chairman Nguyen Van Phuong encouraging the workforce at the construction site

The Huong River Overpass is designed as a 380m long steel arch with 5 spans, 43m wide, 6 lanes for vehicles, and a 3m wide pedestrian lane. The approach roads on both ends are 210m long. The bridge structure is made of reinforced concrete, with a minimum clearance width of 30m and a height of 6m for boat passage. The pedestrian path branches off to the parks on both sides of the river through 4 curved branch bridges.

Two roundabout junctions are designed at both ends of the bridge. The starting point of the bridge is on Nguyen Hoang Street (Kim Long Ward), and the end point is on Bui Thi Xuan Street (Phuong Duc Ward).

Once completed, the bridge will contribute to improving the transportation network, reducing congestion, and relieving traffic on National Highway 1A and routes through Hue City center.

Visiting the officials and workers on the construction site, the delegation noted the presence of nearly 200 engineers and workers from various construction and supervisory units, along with numerous vehicles and machinery all diligently engaged in the project.

Chairman Nguyen Van Phuong highly praised the efforts and coordination between construction units and local authorities in the process of implementing construction projects. The progress of the projects up to this point has been ensured, especially in overcoming difficulties to accelerate and ensure construction progress.

On behalf of the provincial leaders, Chairman Nguyen Van Phuong wished the workers a healthy, prosperous, and joyful Lunar New Year, wishing them have a return to their hometowns and reunite with their families for the Year of the Dragon‘s Tet holiday.