March 29, 2011

Cambodia To Construct Its Biggest Boulevard Ever


The biggest boulevard ever in the history of Cambodia will emerge in the southern part of Phnom Penh Capital in a few-year time and be named as Samdech Hun Sen Boulevard – a dedication to the rare leadership of Samdech Akka Moha Sena Padei Techo Hun Sen, the Prime Minister of Cambodia.

The three-year historic project has been officially agreed by the Royal Government of Cambodia and is undergoing feasibility study for the construction that will cost approximately US$36 million.

With 60 meter width and the length of more than nine kilometers, the Samdech Hun Sen Boulevard will link Street 271 of Phnom Penh to National Road 2 at Prek Ho district, Takhmao town of Kandal province. It is expected to contribute to solving the traffic congestion problem in the capital.

According to Phnom Penh Governor H.E. Kep Chutema, a thorough study is needed for the construction in order to ensure improved function of the two lakes that the Cambodia’s biggest boulevard will run across.

The two lakes, Boeung Tumpun and Boeung Choeung Ek, play a vital role to stock water from major sewage systems in Phnom Penh.

AZ TOWN company has been commissioned to construct the new boulevard.

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