Abstract: This is second top risk saddle road in VietNam.
There are many many car incidents here yearly.
The Government of Vietnam is planning the new and modern tunnel to replace this saddle road !
Beside the risk when traveling on this road, this is also very Beautiful and Artistic Place where you can take very beautiful photos of Vung Ro bay.
Abstract: This intersection is quite old. It has elements of quadrant roads, and seom grade separation for good measure. The "quadrants" are parallel to other roads, so do not look like normal quadrants. Operationally, they function much like quadrants are supposed to.
The approach to downtown effectively splits the roads to different areas of the CBD via the quadrant roadways.
Abstract: The fact that this 1960's complex makes a perfect swastika is apparently accidental, and unnoticed until Google Earth came around. The Navy now intends to remodel to mask it. Conspiracy theories anyone??...
Abstract: Nature and man worked together to unintentionally make a weapon from Belgiumâ€™s lake Schulensmeer. A highway was constructed nearby in 1970â€™s and the parcels of land brought for it turned the lake into a pistol shape. From www.weirdlyodd.com/ (below)
Abstract: High-Five because 5-levels pass over each other. Some points are as tall as a 12-story building, and about 500,000 commuters pass through it daily. The project required 37 permanent bridges and six temporary bridges to be built. Additionally, 300,000 square feet of retaining wall and 74,000 square feet of drainage pipe run along the interchange. In 2006, the American Public Works Association selected the interchange as one of its "Public Works Projects of the Year."