Transport firms in HCM City have begun to add more buses to meet demand during the Tet (Lunar New Year) holiday, which begins in late January.
Weak bridges in the Mekong Delta region need to be upgraded, said Vice Rector of the Ho Chi Minh City University of Transport Nguyen Van Hung at a seminar on November 24.
PSNews – The People’s Committee of Hanoi held a ceremony to start a project to build an elevated road above Ring Road 2’s section between Vinh Tuy Bridge and Nga Tu So Roundabout on April 22.
HCM City Public Transport Management Centre has proposed raising the bus fares by VND1,000 (4 US cents) to recover the costs of purchasing new buses.
The number of passengers arriving at Phu Quoc International Airport in the past year has passed the three million mark, exceeding design capacity by 400,000.
The transport ministry is in favour of the project to upgrade the Ha Noi Railway Station, as well as its surrounding areas, and to concretise the capital city’s general planning, said Deputy Minister Nguyen Ngoc Dong.
PSNews-On August 18, the Hanoi Municipal Department of Transportation in cooperation with the Hanoi Public Transport and Services Company (Transerco) opened 5 new bus routes to connect the inner city to suburb areas.
PSNews-July 4th marked the second working day of the fourth plenum of the 15th tenure of the Hanoi Municipal People's Council.
Hanoi authorities said construction progress is being speeded up so that the Hanoi Train Station-Nhon urban railway project (Route No. 3) will be completed in 2021.
Twenty six buses running on compressed natural gas (CNG) began plying on route No 32 on Saturday in HCM City.
Hanoi authorities have again claimed there is sufficient legal ground to implement the draft resolution on banning motorbike in the inner city.
Hanoi authorities have agreed on piloting the operation of ordinary buses in the lane currently reserved for the bus rapid transit (BRT).
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.
Public transport management in HCM City has greatly improved compared to five or seven years ago, thanks to modern technologies, experts say.
Ho Chi Minh City plans to launch the first river bus transport service in June connecting Bach Dang Wharf in District 1 with Thu Duc district, and a second route in September from Bach Dang Wharf to District 8.
Car drivers in HCMC may be required to pay a small toll to enter districts 1, 3, 5 and 10 next year.
Five new inner-city bus routes with subsidised fares were launched on Saturday in Danang.