Long Bien District traffic from above
Long Bien District is located east of Hanoi. This is the largest metropolitan area with more than 60 km².
The road from National Highway 1B to the new city of Viet Hung was inaugurated in 2016 with a total investment of 724 billion by the state budget. This route is more than 2.8 km long, 21 m wide.
In 2003, Long Bien District was approved; In the last 15 years, many transportation projects have been invested in this province with a total capital of tens of trillions, of which nearly 10,000 billion have been completed and operated.
The Doan Khue Bridge connects from the administrative district of Long Bien district to the intersection of Vinhomes Riverside Long Bien urban area. This project will be completed in 2013 with a total investment of more than VND1 trillion.
According to the design, Doan Khue has a length of about 2 km, a width of 40 m, 3 lanes on each side. A 2 m wide separator is planted with many ornamental plants.
The Doan Khue road sidewalk is 5m wide with a 5m or more green system, wide canopy shade.
The largest infrastructure project in the Long Bien district is the Long Bien – Nguyen Van Cu (Hanoi) intersection.
The intersection was completed simultaneously including the largest steel bridge above Vietnam, an underground tunnel …; total investment of more than 2,800 billion and was inaugurated in early 2016.
Long Bien – Nguyen Van Cu junction project developed in the form of a BT contract (construction – transfer), this project investors build housing projects, apartment buildings and other services in the parcel. adjacent to the intersection.
The Long Bien intersection and steel bridge are important to connect the capital's northern gate with National Highway 5 and 5 road stretches; reduce traffic congestion and traffic accidents in this area.
Chu Huy Man Road is 2,400 m long, 40 – 81 m wide, starting from Nguyen Van Linh (Highway 5) to Vinhomes Riverside – Long Bien. This route is 81 m wide with more than ten lanes.
Chu Huy Man has two dividing lines, each of which is more than 3 m wide and planted with many layers of trees.
The road connecting from Nguyen Van Cu to the left bank of the Red River, the Co Linh crossing (Long Bien district) was inaugurated in early January 2017 after 3 years of development.
The project is 1.5 km long with a total investment of 985 billion VND, where the cost of land acquisition is almost 500 billion VND.
Jalan Ngo Gia Tu is approximately 3 km and has a total investment of more than 1,500 billion VND, this project will be completed in 2010; From the Long Bien crossing to the Duong bridge.
The expansion of the National Highway 1 project (previously) through the Long Bien district has cost 269 billion development and release of nearly 1,300 billion. The road length is 50 m, with 4 lanes each; The sidewalk is 5m wide.
In addition to the above project, Long Bien district has also operated a 200 billion dong route that connects the Ngoc Thuy embankment with a 40 m road in the urban area of Khai Son.