Dak Nong: Blatantly dismantled about 20m of road railings on National Highway 14
06/05/2022 18:53 GMT+7
A strip of railing about 20m long on National Highway 14, section through Truc Son commune, Cu Jut district (Dak Nong) has just been dismantled by the subjects to enter the inner lot, causing traffic insecurity.
This afternoon (May 6), Mr. Tran Dinh Nam, Chairman of the People’s Committee of Truc Son commune, Cu Jut district, said that this locality has just coordinated with the Road Management Sub-Department III.5 (General Department of Roads of Vietnam). ) and Toan My 14 Construction and Installation Investment Company Limited (the investor of the BOT project of National Highway 14, section of Cu Jut district – Dak Mil district, Dak Nong province) made a report on the arbitrary dismantling of dozens of meter of road railing on National Highway 14.
|The piece of railing to be dismantled is about 20m long.|
According to Mr. Nam, the railing has been dismantled all corrugated iron and supporting posts located at Km 1803 + 600 National Highway 14 and this is a violation of the law, seriously affecting traffic works. , there is a potential risk of accidents because these locations are often the black spots of accidents that destroy road traffic works.
“There are about 20m of road railings that have been removed. However, at present, the person who committed the above act as well as the owner of the land lot at the location of the violation has not been identified because it has been transferred through many people, “Mr. Nam added.
|Authorities are working to fix the problem|
According to PV’s research, in recent times, in Truc Son commune, there has been a phenomenon of land fever. Violations related to land such as leveling hills and mountains are complicated and frequent.
Previously, this locality had also discovered and reported to the authorities twice about arbitrarily dismantling the National Highway 14 road railing to open the entrance to illegally bulldoze the frontage.
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