This is National Highway No. 13 (formerly named), running through Binh Duong province, the main roadway axis, connecting all socio-economic activities of Binh Duong to big economic hubs of HCMC and other highland provinces. Main transportation axis running through main industrial parks such as VSIP I, II, Viet Huong, My Phuoc; and Binh Duong Complex of industry, urban area and services; Bau bang …
Investor: Becamex IDC Corp.
Total investment capital: VND 683 billion.
Total length: 62 km (adjacent to HCMC, running through main industrial parks of Binh Duong province, bordering Binh Phuoc province).
Partially to be exploited and used from year 2000.
Upgrading the toll fee system:
To meet the needs for convenient transportation for our customers and help manage the toll fee collection system more efficiently, Becamex IDC Corp. has installed all brand-new automatic and semi-automatic hardware and software for Toll Collection system at 2 toll fee stations on Binh Duong Boulevard (8 lanes / station).
This project has been equitized and operated in the form of joint stock company since April 2007.
Charter capital: VND 337 billion, Becamex holds 75% of charter capital.
Upgrade the existing High Way No. 13, total length of 31.5km, with investment capital of USD 832 million with 4 lanes and width of 18m and is divided into 2 stages, of which, stage 1 is from Vinh Bien Bridge to So Giao Intersection (Thu Dau Mot township) with the total length of 25.8km. The project is to be deployed in early 2012, and completed and put into use after 2 years of construction.
With strong experience in project management, professional and experienced personnel and strong capital capacity, Becamex has been successful in many infrastructure investment projects , of which, the most outstanding one is BOT project of Highway No. 13 (presently Binh Duong Boulevard).
This project is, once put into exploitation, considered one of the most beautiful & model roads in Binh Duong. This road is a motive power to develop economy & exchange goods between Binh Duong and the Southern Key