A decision to implement a programme to reduce traffic congestion and accidents by 2020 has been signed by Tran Vinh Tuyen, Vice Chairman of the Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee.
The capital city of Hanoi is eyeing fees on personal vehicles entering the city centre in an attempt to curb worsening traffic and pollution.
PSNews - On January 9 afternoon, Deputy Director of the Hanoi Municipal Transportation Department Vu Ha stated that the Ring Road No.1 project (from Hoang Cau to Voi Phuc Street) was approved by the Hanoi Municipal People's Council.
Underage driving and traffic congestion will be targeted if the plan is approved by the city's leaders.
The Ho Chi Minh City Department of Transport on February 8 launched construction for two flyovers with combined investment of VND746 billion (US$33 million) at two traffic congestion hotspots, one of which connects with Tan Son Nhat International Airport.
Several main streets in HCM City were flooded yesterday afternoon after rain fell for several hours as forecasted.
Ho Chi Minh City authorities plan to relocate some of the city’s wholesale and retail markets to ease traffic congestion and ensure safety for residents.
The Ho Chi Minh City administration is considering calling on its residents, particularly public servants, to walk to school or work to contribute to the joint efforts to curb traffic congestion.
PSNews –The number of “black spots” of traffic congestion on roads in Hanoi have been reduced to 41 in 2016 while 20 out of 44 traffic congestion spots left from 2015 have been completely resolved.
Car drivers in HCMC may be required to pay a small toll to enter districts 1, 3, 5 and 10 next year.