National Road 11: Linking economic corridors of greater mekong subregion

PHNOM PENH: The National Road Project No.11 in Prey Veng Province spans a length of 96.48 km and runs from its starting point at Neak Leung (Intersection of National Road No.1), Prey Veng Province, to its endpoint at Thnal Toteung (Intersection of National Road No.7), Province Tbong Kmum.

The construction project broke ground on December 19, 2017, and was completed ahead of schedule on June 17, 2020, taking only 30 months for construction instead of the planned 44 months.

The China Bridge and Road Corporation (CRBC) executed the project with technical supervision provided by Guangzhou Wanan Technical Consulting. The overall cost of the project was $98.38 million.

The project has proven incredibly beneficial to national and family economies by providing seamless traveling options to people and various transportation methods.

The road is a crucial connection linking two potential economic corridors of the Greater Mekong Subregion.

The first one is the ASEAN Highway (AH1), which connects the border of Cambodia-Thailand (Poipet) on National Road 5 and National Road 1 to the at Bavet, with a link to National Road 11 at Neak Leung.

The second is the ASEAN Highway (AH11), which runs from the Cambodia-Laos border via , connects to National Road 6 at the Prek Tamak Bridge, transverses Phnom Penh, and terminates at the Sihanoukville Autonomous Port on National Road 4.

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