Higher district of Biyen district
The Long Island district is located to the east of Hanoi. It is the largest subway of over 60 km².
The road from 1B to the new city, Vyet-Kun, was opened in 2016, with a state budget of $ 724 billion. This route is 2.8 km long and 21 m wide.
In 2003 the Long Bien area was approved; Over the last 15 years, dozens of trillions of US dollars have been invested in the country's transport projects, with nearly $ 10 billion being completed and put into operation.
The Doan Khue bridge extends from the administrative district of Long Bien district to the intersection of Wychhomes Riverside to Long Bain. The project is expected to be completed in 2013, with a total investment of more than 1 trillion.
The design is based on the Hui project 2 km long, 40 m wide, 3 lanes each side. The 2-meter separator is decorated with many ornamental plants.
Doan Khue Street has 5m or more green system, with a wide roof shade.
The largest infrastructure project in the Long Bien district is the longest biennial – the intersection of Nguyen Wang Tsu (Hanoi).
The clashes ended simultaneously, including the most steel bridge in Vietnam, underground tunnels …; total investment exceeds 2.8 billion and opened in early 2016.
Long Bien – Nguyen van Cu crossroads have been drafted in the form of an IT contract (construction and transfer), the project investor includes housing construction projects, multi-family houses and other land plots. near the intersection.
The Big Crossroads and Steel Plateau are important for connecting the northern gateway routes of the capital to the 5th and 5th National Roads; reduce traffic jams and traffic accidents in this area.
The length of Chu Huy Man is 2,400 m, width 40-81 m, Nguyen Van Linh (Highway 5) with Vinhomes Riverside – Long Bien. Direction 81 m, with more than ten ways.
Chu Hui man has two lanes, each with a height of more than 3 meters and planted with many layers of trees.
Nguyen van Cu was opened on the left bank of the Red River, at the crossroads of Co Linh (Long Bienne area) after the 3-year construction was completed in early January 2017.
The length of the project is 1.5 km, totaling $ 985 billion. US $, including the cost of refinement of land plots for about $ 500 billion.
The length of the Ngo Gia Tu road is about 3 km and a total of $ 1,500 billion. This project will be completed in 2010; From the longest intersection to the Dong Dong Bridge.
The 1 (former) Road Expansion Project, through the Long-Byen district, was estimated at $ 269 billion, about $ 1.3 billion spent on cleaning. The length of the track is 50 m, each 4 bars; The sidewalk is 5 m.
Along with the above-mentioned projects, the Long Bien district will allocate $ 200 billion to connect Ngoc Thuy to the city of Haiyun in a 40 m long road. The route has been commissioned.