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Old February 25th, 2017, 09:00 AM   #161
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Map I just made based on the above information I found.
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The Vietnamese numbering system includes many suffixed spur routes. For example QL1 goes up from QL1A to QL1K.
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That's true, and they have few other prefixes as well, besides QL, and the CT.
According to that ministry of Transportation document, there's a ĐT (provincial) and a ĐH (district) road level. each probably having the capacity of taking endings as well.

This CT level is the new one, exclusive for expressways. There doesn't seem to be much logic to it, besides allocating the lower numbers to the north. And 20s being used only for ring expressways around Hanoi and HCM. That may change as they may come up with new corridors.
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CT would stand for cao tốc or expressway.
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I suppose in South east Asia Cao tic would be fitting better XD
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Tân Vũ - Lạch Huyện Bridge

The 5440 meter long Tân Vũ - Lạch Huyện Bridge opened to traffic on 2 September 2017. It is the longest bridge in Vietnam. It is located near Hai Phong and connects to the island of Cat Hai, where a new port area is being developed.







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