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Road to Phongsaly to be paved

  • wanderingcat

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    http://laovoices.com/2010/05/14/phongsaly-road-to-be-paved-in-next-two-years/

    Phongsaly road to be paved in next two years

    Source: Vientiane Times
    By Khonesavanh Latsaphao
    May 14, 2010

    Mr Khamlek told Vientiane Times that Road B1 is now being surveyed to provide the necessary data for resurfacing.

    The project will then be held up when the rainy season begins next month. “We are expecting to start paving the road at the end of the rains this year,” Mr Khamlek said.

    as all road construction projects in Laos go, expect things to get much worse (the entire stretch torn up at one go instead of doing it section by section) before they get any better.

    #1 Posted: 27/5/2010 - 16:20

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  • somsai

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    There goes the neigborhood.

    #2 Posted: 28/5/2010 - 06:57

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    I can't imagine that road getting much worse to be honest -- I would have preferred just mud.

    #3 Posted: 28/5/2010 - 18:15

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    There goes the neigborhood
    I was just about to post those very words (grin)

    Only a matter of time until they get a Pizza Company franchise (a thick-crust tam som pa ra with extra iguana extra cheese please)

    #4 Posted: 31/5/2010 - 13:38

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