Ho Chi Minh City plans to increase the number of compressed natural gas (CNG) – powered buses with a view of running 841 CNG buses on 39 routes by the end of this year.
A plan of Ho Chi Minh City to treble the number of buses running on compressed natural gas (CNG) by the end of 2017 might be in jeopardy as the CNG price has increased this year and is forecast to edge up further in the coming years.
PV Gas South JSC and PVGazprom Natural Gas For Vehicles Limited Liability Company (PVGazprom NGV) - a joint venture between Vietnam and Russia, will join hands with each other in natural gas development in service of the transport sector under an agreement signed recently.
Officials from the transport sectors of southern provinces urged the Government to issue special policies to encourage the use of compressed natural gas (CNG) in public transportation.
A Ho Chi Minh City-based transport cooperative has launched an environment-friendly bus route, adding 23 buses that run on compressed natural gas to its fleet.
PetroVietnam Southern Gas (PGS) approved the divestment of its 14.9 million shares, a 55.2% stake, in natural gas producer CNG Vietnam Joint Stock Company (CNG) on January 27.
HCM City plans to install surveillance cameras to prevent sexual harassment and theft on buses, according to the city's Public Transport Management and Operations Centre.
Two buses especially designed for people with disabilities have been put into operation in HCM City.
The second international seminar on the use of compressed natural gas (CNG) opened in Ho Chi Minh City on March 29.