Vietnam’s Central Highlands province of Kon Tum and southern provinces of Laos have enjoyed fruitful cooperation in recent years, especially in the fields of education, human resource development, socio-cultural activities, transport, tourism and agriculture.
Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung has asked the Transport Ministry, investors and contractors to work closely with localities on site clearance to speed up the progress of key transport projects
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc’s working group has called for the railway sector to raise its competitiveness in comparison with other modes of transport.
Hanoi’s Transport Department and the Hanoi Transport Corporation have proposed to the municipal People’s Committee a pilot programme on using an electronic transportation cards on BRT route 01, connecting Kim Ma and Yen Nghia bus stations.
Ho Chi Minh City’s transport department has announced a plan to chop down more trees, this time to give way to heavy traffic near Tan Son Nhat Airport.
Taxis in Hanoi will no longer bare their company’s individual colors, with the municipal Department of Transport keen to introduce a uniform look to all cabs.
VOV.VN - Mozambique’s Prime Minister Carlos Agostinho do Rosario has ended an official visit to Vietnam July 31-August 3 at the invitation of his Vietnamese counterpart Nguyen Xuan Phuc.
The Hanoi Transport Department has urged the Hanoi Transport & Services Corporation to complete its plan to soon put into operation the City Tour route by double-decker tourist buses.
Hanoi is seeking measures to intensify relations with Sweden, Norway and Austria, especially in planning management, transport development and environmental protection.
Online transport services that connect inter-provincial transport companies have reduced costs and helped reduce pollution by having fewer trucks on the road.
Thailand will be in great need of both personnel and construction materials in the next five years when its investment in transport infrastructure development begin to change the country’s transport sector in all systems.
The Ministry of Transport has asked seven cities and provinces to halt the operation of double-decker buses, the first of their kind that began their trial runs early this month.
The Party Central Committee’s Economic Commission, the Steering Committee for Northwestern Region and the Transport Ministry held a conference in Hanoi on July 20 to discuss developing transport infrastructure in the northwest.
The 12th International Conference of the Eastern Asia Society for Transportation Studies (EASTS) is set to take place in Ho Chi Minh City and Binh Duong from July 18-21.
Experts have called for more buses, bus routes and controls on private cars and motorcycles to help ease traffic congestion in Ho Chi Minh City.
Following the steps of Hanoi, Da Nang City will restrict private vehicles from certain streets in downtown areas where public transport can handle local travel demand in a bid to tackle traffic gridlock.
Hanoi legislators on July 4 overwhelmingly approved a proposal to ban motorbikes from the city center from 2030 to reduce traffic congestion, despite strong opposition from transport experts and the public.
The Ministry of Transport has asked ride hailing platforms Uber and Grab to stop providing carpooling services.
Ridesharing apps are continuing their uphill battle against Vietnam’s regulations in Hanoi as authorities mull a proposal to ban Uber and Grab cars from entering certain streets.
VOV.VN - Hanoi began operating a trial run of double-decker bus service on June 30 at major tourist attractions around the capital city.