Binh Dinh plans roads connecting capital town with industrial parks

Binh Dinh has approved road projects worth VND2,659 billion ($107 million) to connect Quy Nhon town, its capital, with the south-central province’s industrial parks and urban areas.

One project will connect National Highway 19C with the Quy Nhon port. This 6.35-km road will also link the Phu Tai and Long My industrial parks, Becamex Binh Dinh urban-service area, and Long Van-Long My new urban area to the inner part of Quy Nhon, one of Vietnam's most popular travel destinations.

This route will be a traffic axis along which urban areas are developed in Nhon Binh and Nhon Phu wards of Quy Nhon.

Hung Vuong, the road that currently links these places, is now overloaded and gets flooded during the rainy season.


Quy Nhon is the economic and tourism hub of Binh Dinh province in south-central Vietnam. Photo courtesy of Binh Dinh People's Committee.

Another project is a 38.14-km coastal road linking the high-tech shrimp farming area of My Thanh commune and the Lai Giang bridge in Hoai Huong commune.

This will become an alternative to the 1A National Highway, enhance the blue economy and connect coastal economic zones, industrial parks, urban areas, and coastal eco-tourism areas in the region.

Binh Dinh will use a World Bank loan of VND1,579 billion ($63.63 million) to implement the projects in the 2022-2027 period, raising the rest of the investment as reciprocal capital ($46.75 million). The projects will cover a total of 208.51 hectares.

The province now has 10 industrial parks, Becamex being the biggest one covering 2,308 hectares.

The industrial parks are between seven and 40 kilometers away from the Quy Nhon port, between three and 30 kilometers away from the Phu Cat airport, and between two and 27 kilometers away from the Dieu Tri railway station.


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