Russey Keo flyover boosts trade and investment in Cambodian capital

PHNOM PENH: Samdech Techo Hun Sen, 's Prime Minister, will officially inaugurate the Russey Keo flyover tomorrow, making it the 6th flyover in the capital city.

Constructed by at a cost of approximately $9.7 million and taking 15 months to complete, this concrete cable-stayed bridge spans a total length of 483 meters and has a width of 15.8 meters. As another major infrastructure project for Phnom Penh, the flyover joins the five operational flyovers of Kbal Thnal, Stung Meanchey, 7 Makara, 5 Makara (Techno), and Phsar Dei Huy.

This sixth flyover will have a significant impact on the city's residents and will also provide a boost to trade and investment activities as Cambodia continues to attract both local and foreign investors.

As the capital city undergoes rapid growth and development, the construction of new infrastructure projects, such as this flyover, is crucial to support the city's expansion and attract further investment. The flyover will not only provide practical benefits, but its modern design also adds to the city's overall aesthetic appeal.

Overall, the Russey Keo flyover represents another remarkable accomplishment for Phnom Penh, as Cambodia strives to achieve sustainable development and progress. Its inauguration marks an important milestone in the city's ongoing transformation and growth.

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