Koh Norea bridge to ease traffic in Chbar Ampov district by end of 2023

PHNOM PENH: The Koh Norea bridge project, which will connect traffic from urban areas to the Chbar Ampov district on National Road 1, is expected to be completed by the end of 2023.

The bridge is currently 85% complete, and once it is finished, it is expected to reduce traffic congestion on both Monivong bridges. The bridge will also help to improve traffic flow throughout the city, especially during national holidays.

The Koh Norea Bridge is a $38 million by the Overseas Cambodian Investment Corporation (). It is part of the Koh Norea island project, which aims to boost economic potential, attract investors, create jobs, and enhance urban aesthetics in Phnom Penh. The bridge is located in Sangkat Niroth, Khan Chbar Ampov, and it is expected to open in November 2023.

The opening of the Koh Norea Bridge is a significant milestone for Phnom Penh. The bridge will improve traffic flow and help to reduce congestion in the city. It will also boost economic development and create jobs. The Koh Norea Bridge is a major investment in the future of Phnom Penh, and it is expected to have a positive impact on the city for many years to come.

Recently, Phnom Penh's first cable-stayed bridge opened for temporary use. The Russey Keo concrete bridge, which cost US$35 million to build, crosses the Tonle Sap River between Khan Chroy Changvar and Khan Russey Keo.

The bridge is 922 meters long and 20.5 meters wide. It has a main span of 350 meters and is supported by 42 stay cables. The bridge is expected to be fully operational by the end of the year.

The opening of the Russey Keo concrete bridge is a significant milestone for Phnom Penh. It is the city's first cable-stayed bridge and is expected to help ease traffic congestion and improve connectivity between the two districts.

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