Railway restoration cost would be up to dozens billion Vietnam dong.
Railway sector foresee a revenue loss of up to VND26.9 billion (nearly US$1,2 million), of which the revenue from passenger transport and cargo transport reduced around VND16.2 billion (nearly US$700 million) and VND10.7 billion (over US$461 million) respectively.
Concerning to the road, the Vietnam Directorate for Roads said that loss from traffic infrastructure across the Central region was estimated to be around VND355 billion (US$15.3 million).
Talus slopes and cracked roads from heavy downpours resulted in serious traffic congestion on inter-province national highways such as National Highway No.1, No.8, No.9, 12A, 12C, 14B, 14H, No. 49, 49B, the eastern and western branches of Ho Chi Minh Road.
The Vietnam Directorate for Roads proposed the Ministry of Transport to submit an emergency rescue fund worth about VND100 billion (US$4,3 million) to the Government and the Ministry of Finance for initial restoration on the national highways.