Panorama of the sea route through Ha Long Bay

The sea border of Ha Long – Cam Pha has a total length of 18.7km, designed with 6 lanes, a total investment of nearly 2,300 billion VND from the budget of Quang Ninh province.

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Ha Long – Cam Pha seawall project started in August 2019 with the design of 4 motorized lanes, a maximum speed of 60km/h, length of 18.7km, a total investment of 1,364 billion VND (Photo: Do Quan).

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After that, Quang Ninh Provincial People’s Committee approved the adjustment of the entire route from 4 to 6 lanes; complete the items of tunnels through the mountains, bridges, culverts across the road, drainage across the road. The total investment to adjust the project is 2,290 billion VND (Photo: Do ​​Quan).

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Up to the present time, the route has been technical traffic in phase 1, the sea border of Ha Long – Cam Pha is evaluated as a modern and unique coastal tourist route in Vietnam by the combination of mountains and sea with unique and rich landscapes (Photo: An Nhien).

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The sea border of Ha Long – Cam Pha is a traffic work that connects and expands the space for urban development and tourism of the two economic and tourist centers of Quang Ninh province, Ha Long City and Cam Pha City (Photo: VNA) : Do Quan).

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The highlight of the Ha Long – Cam Pha sea route is the tunnel through the mountain (Bai Tu Long Bay area). This tunnel has a design of 235m long, with 2 tunnels, 3 lanes each and will be deployed from March 2021 (Photo: Do ​​Quan).

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This is the largest tunnel through the mountain in Quang Ninh up to this point and is also one of the mountain tunnels with the largest roadbed in Vietnam with a total investment of over 247.5 billion VND (Photo: An Nhien).

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Investing in a tunnel through the mountains instead of the solution of cutting mountains to build roads will reduce environmental impacts, preserve the landscape on the shores of Ha Long Bay and Bai Tu Long Bay, and maintain the environment of the limestone mountain system in the area. area, limiting the risk of landslides and landslides on both sides of the route (Photo: An Nhien).

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Currently, both tunnels have been technically cleared, creating favorable conditions for trade and tourism development, contributing to reducing the load on National Highway 18, completing the coastal road, forming many ports and wharves, and exploiting potentials. potential for real estate in the area (Photo: An Nhien).

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The Bridge of Love on Cua Luc Bay has just been inaugurated and put into use by the People’s Committee of Quang Ninh Province on the occasion of the New Year (Photo: Do ​​Quan).

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The bridge is designed with 6 lanes, the length of the whole route is 4,265m, which is a work that has made many breakthroughs in Vietnam’s bridge construction industry so far when it is arranged with 5 continuous steel spans and does not need to arrange slots. stretch in 5 arch spans up to 290m long (Photo: Do ​​Quan).

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Previously, the project was called Cua Luc 1 bridge, but Ha Long city has organized to collect people’s opinions on naming the bridge with 3 options including: Love, Cua Luc 1, Le Loi. After finishing the poll, the love bridge name received the most support with the rate of 39% (Photo: An Nhien).

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Local people excitedly admire and take pictures on Love Bridge (Photo: An Nhien).

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The Bridge of Love on Cua Luc Bay was inaugurated, helping to shorten the travel time and distance from Hoanh Bo to the center of Ha Long city (Photo: Do ​​Quan).

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