VOV.VN - Vietnam and China have agreed to upgrade transport and tourism infrastructure to build their economic corridor. The agreement was made at the recent conference in Hai Phong city.
Ho Chi Minh City needs more investment capital for transport infrastructure development, according to the city’s transport department.
The Hanoi Department of Transport will provide a level-four online service for issuing international driving licences from the first quarter of 2018 as part of the city’s administrative reforms to save time and money for citizens.
The fourth industrial revolution will have a profound impact on every country, industry and business, and the transport sector is no different.
Vietnam’s Permanent Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Bui Thanh Son held a political consultation with Secretary General of the Federal Public Service (FPS) Foreign Affairs of Belgium Dirk Achten in Hanoi on November 22.
As an economic centre of the Mekong Delta, Can Tho city is a potential partner of Germany in several investment projects, including urban transport development, renewable energy application, environmental protection and climate change adaptation.
The Ministry of Transport has asked Hanoi to survey roads around the Hanoi railway station project to evaluate the population and traffic density, in order to avoid overloading the transport infrastructure nearby.
The Ministry of Transport should consider the possibility of cost overruns as it prepares to build a 654km section of the North-South expressway, NA deputies said at the ongoing fourth session of the 14th National Assembly in Hanoi on November 8.
The Ministry of Transport has requested Uber and Grab use their logo on cars so that they can be recognisable.
The Ministry of Transport (MoT) has proposed to the Prime Minister four different plans to operate airfields in the future, aiming to narrow a yawning gap between the Airports Corporation of Vietnam (ACV)’s revenue and expenditures.
The National Assembly ratified the appointment of Nguyen Van The to the post of Minister of Transport and Le Minh Khai to the post of Government Inspectorate General at its fourth session on October 26.
Belarusian businesses want to cooperate with Saigon Transportation Mechanical Corporation (SAMCO) which specialises in bus manufacturing, to address public transport problems in Ho Chi Minh City, said Deputy Industry Minister of Belarus Aleksandr Ogorodnhik.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc presented a proposal on relieving Minister of Transport Truong Quang Nghia and Government Inspector General Phan Van Sau of their duties for the 2016-2021 tenure, at the National Assembly’s sitting on October 24 afternoon.
As overpopulation remains a major issue in Ho Chi Minh City, the sluggish development of its transport infrastructure makes moving around a nightmare for city dwellers.
Ho Chi Minh City wants to cooperate with France in transport infrastructure and urban development projects, said Secretary of the municipal Party Committee Nguyen Thien Nhan.
The capital city’s transport authority has announced alterations to traffic adjustment in the central area of Hoan Kiem around Dong Kinh-Nghia Thuc Square.
Ho Chi Minh City prioritises investment in green hi-tech industries, urban development and transport infrastructure, said Vice Chairman of the municipal People’s Committee Tran Vinh Tuyen at an investment promotion conference held in the city on October 11.
With its cumbersome and ineffective apparatus, Vietnam Railways (VNR) plans to restructure its operations to resurface and regain market share.
Hanoi will take over three delayed transport projects from the Ministry of Transport to speed up efforts in curbing traffic jams in the city.
Member of the Party Central Committee and Transport Minister Truong Quang Nghia will take the position of Secretary of the Da Nang municipal Party Committee for the 2015-2020 tenure.