Viet Nam Briefing
Ayman Falak

Vietnam’s transport ministry announced its transport infrastructure master plan between April 2021 and 2030, which is estimated to cost between US$43 billion and US$65 billion.

Under the master plan, Vietnam will build thousands of kilometers of new expressways, high-speed rail routes, deepwater ports, and new international airports. The government hopes Vietnam can achieve a cargo transportation capacity of 4.4 billion tons per year, and a road transport capacity capable to move 2.76 tons of cargo and 9.43 million passengers per year. 

The Development and Strategy Institute — an industrial research institute under the Ministry of Transport — has developed three proposed options for the implantation of the master plan.

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