PSNews-“Traffic congestions cause a loss worth VND 12,800 billion to Hanoi every year. Thus, it is important and urgent to restrict personal vehicles,” said a delegate at the 4th session of the Hanoi People's Council Meeting.
On July 2, the leaders of the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) sent a dispatch to heads of General Departments, the High Commands, agencies and units under the Ministry; Directorates of the Provincial and Municipal Police and fire prevention and fighting Departments on enhancing traffic order and safety.
Hanoi authorities have again claimed there is sufficient legal ground to implement the draft resolution on banning motorbike in the inner city.
In a move to relieve traffic pressure and environment pollution, Hanoi is considering banning motorbikes entirely by 2030, as well as other measures like fee collection in rush hours and stricter regulations on app-based ride hailing services.
PSNews-Traffic Police Team 7 under the Hanoi Municipal Police cooperated with the Thanh Xuan District Police and local authorities to organize a talk to disseminate traffic regulations to students and teachers of Phuong Liet Secondary School.
After a long holiday filled with fun, fun and more fun, millions began returning home on February 6, creating traffic backups and headaches all over the Ho Chi Minh City metropolitan area.
PSNews-During the Lunar New Year in 2017, the police force of Da Nang always kept its camera systems active around the clock to monitor the local traffic, and successfully recorded 600 cases of violation.
PSNews-The Hanoi Traffic Police held a ceremony to launch a campaign to ensure traffic safety and order during the 2017 festive season. Various drastic measures have been taken to reduce traffic jams in the capital city during the 2017 spring festive season.
PSNews - In the coming days after the Lunar New Year festival, the traffic is predicted to be complicated due to the rising demand of travel.
The National Traffic Safety Committee (NTSC) has announced 11 hotlines to receive traffic complaints during the Tet (Lunar New Year) holidays.
Báo cáo có tựa đề “Đánh giá tình hình buôn bán mật gấu và túi mật gấu tại Việt Nam” được công bố tại một sự kiện bên lề hội nghị Hà Nội về chống buôn bán trái pháp luật các loài động vật, thực vật hoang dã cho thấy hoạt động buôn bán trái phép gấu còn sống cũng như các bộ phận và dẫn xuất của chúng vẫn diễn ra.
PSNews-Permanent Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh, Chairman of the National Traffic Safety Committee signed Dispatch 23/CĐ-UBATGTQG on methods to ensure traffic order and safety in the last quarter of 2016.
Hanoi — Hanoi will adjust the routes of coaches from other provinces to limit the number of coaches going though the city’s centre and causing traffic jams, transport experts said.
HÀ NỘI - Traffic congestion is not a foreign sight for residents of narrow Vũ Trọng Phụng Street in Hà Nội’s Thanh Xuân District. On the one-km street, there are several apartment buildings—home to hundreds of residents—creating burden on infrastructure and traffic.
Một bản báo cáo mới được công bố của tổ chức giám sát, bảo vệ động vật hoang dã (TRAFFIC) cho hay, các băng nhóm tội phạm ở khu vực Đông Á đã mở rộng mạng lưới buôn lậu ngà voi trên khắp châu Phi. Vấn nạn buôn lậu ngà voi diễn ra hết sức phức tạp và cuộc chiến bảo vệ voi Châu Phi vẫn là bài toán vô cùng nan giải.
Road traffic accidents claimed nearly 9,000 lives in Vietnam last year and caused tens of thousands of injuries, according to a report by the National Traffic Safety Committee (NTSC).
There's no need to be bitter when you can sell grapefruit to passengers.
Data collected from 68 surveillance cameras along the Ho Chi Minh City-Long Thanh-Dau Giay expressway in southern Vietnam will be analyzed by a control center for real-time analysis of traffic situations.
All districts and communes in the capital city of Hanoi will start campaigns this week to control the pervasive encroachment of cafes, beer joints and cars on sidewalks, Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Nguyen Duc Chung announced.
Authorities in Danang are looking at a proposal to block access to car hailing mobile applications Uber and Grab due to traffic concerns.