Vinh Phuc aims to build concrete roads in all rural areas
  • Khánh Phương| | 10:19 - 3/11/2016

Vinh Phuc province aims to build concrete roads in all of its rural areas by 2020.

Vinh Phuc is the northern part of Viet Nam and having good development in general. At present, it has many development projects and the project to build concrete roads in all of its rural areas is a part of its new rural area building programme from 2017-2020.

According to a approved project on rural road development for 2017-2020, the construction of rural roads will cost a total of 57.42 million USD, including over 7.2 million USD from the provincial budget.

Vinh Phuc has nearly 4,140 kilometres of roads, of which 3,525 kilometres are rural roads. To fulfill the transport criterion in the new-style rural are building programme, the province annually spends a lot of budget on building rural roads. By the end of 2015, 90 percent of local rural roads had been upgraded to concrete ones.

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