National Route 51 (Vietnam)

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National Route 51
Quốc lộ 51
Thị trấn Phú Mỹ, Tân Thành.JPG
National Route 51 at Phú Mỹ, Ba Ria Vung Tau
Route information
Part of AH17
Length86 km (53 mi)
Major junctions
North end QL 1/ QL 52/ QL 15 in Long Bình Tân Ward, Biên Hòa
Major intersections CT.01 in Long Thành, Đồng Nai
QL 55 and QL 56 in Bà Rịa
South endWard 12, Vũng Tàu
Highway system
QL 50 QL 52

National Route 51 (Vietnamese: Quốc lộ 51) is a four-lane highway starting from the city of Biên Hòa to Vũng Tàu in the Southeast region of Vietnam, passing Bình, Long Thành, Bà Rịa town. This is the backbone route linking Bà Rịa–Vũng Tàu province with Đồng Nai province and Ho Chi Minh City. With a total length of 85.6 km[citation needed], with of 15 to 23 km, this road includes 15 bridges, going through several important industrial parks of the Principal Economic Area of South Vietnam, an area which includes province in Southeast region. The towns along this road include: Long Thành (where Long Thanh International Airport is under construction), Tam An Town, Nhơn Trạch City, Phú Mỹ (an important electricity hub of Vietnam). This national road starts from the roundabout in Biên Hòa city, 20 km northeast of Saigon Bridge of Ho Chi Minh City.