Circular road around the tourist island of Hainan: approved project and budget estimates of the project
Significant progress has been made in preliminary work on the Hainan Tourist Highway project, which has received a lot of attention. The preliminary design and evaluation of the project was recently approved by the Provincial Development and Reform Commission. The length of the project's mainline is 989.0 km, and the estimated investment is 16.35 billion yuan.
In accordance with the relevant government investment management regulations, the Provincial Development and Reform Commission approved the preliminary draft and budget estimate for the Hainan Island Highway for Tourism in September this year. The length of the project highway is 989.0 km, of which 454.2 km are newly reconstructed sections, and 534.8 km are in use. The total length of the connecting line is 440.4 km, of which 58.2 km are newly reconstructed sections, and 382.1 km are in use. The total section of the main line complies with the design standard for a two-lane road of three classes, the design speed is 40 km / h or 30 km / h, and the width of the roadbed is 9.5 meters; The total section of the connecting line complies with the design standard of a two-lane road of three classes, the design speed is 40 km / h, the width is 7.5 meters or 9.5 meters. The estimated investment in the project is 16.35 billion yuan.
The circular tourist road around Hainan Island passes through 12 coastal cities and counties, including Haikou, Wenchang, Qionghai, Wanning, Lingshui, Sanya, Ledong, Dongfang, Changjiang, Danzhou, Lingao, Chengmai and Yangpu Economic Development Zone. Along the way, characteristic coves, characteristic headlands, characteristic cities and tourist attractions, coastal resorts, etc. The tourist road around the island is of great importance for improving the offer of Hainan tourism products and promoting tourism throughout the region.
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Created: 21 October 2020