Hanoi’s first bus rapid transit (BRT) line has not run at full capacity after two years of operation.
The central city of Da Nang plans to add more six inner-city bus routes with subsidised fares in an effort to promote public transportation beginning in the second quarter of this year.
The Yen Nghia bus station - Kim Ma Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) No.1, the first of its kind in Vietnam, has carried more than 4.98 million passengers since its operation on January 1, 2017.
Ho Chi Minh City would like to refer to Sweden’s experience in developing a Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) model and public transport in general, a local official has said.
The World Bank (WB) will continue sharing its experience and providing more financial assistance for Hanoi to launch more Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) routes, a WB specialist has said.
Hanoi's new Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) route is becoming overcrowded during rush hours, the city's Department of Transport said in a report September 10.
Hanoi has decided to ban taxis and cars from a number of streets during rush hour as part of the city's latest efforts to tackle traffic congestion.
Following Hanoi and Da Nang, Ho Chi Minh City has also come up with a roadmap to limit private vehicles in order to ease traffic congestion.
The central city of Da Nang has started a pre-feasibility study to relocate its railway station and redevelop the space with an urban project at a total cost of VND15.44 trillion (US$683.2 million).
VOV.VN -Passengers in Hanoi began to pay VND7,000 to use BRT (bus rapid transit) service on February 6, after enjoying free rides for more than a month.
An estimated 380,000 passengers travelled on the bus rapid transit (BRT) in January – the first month Hanoi has operated the new public transport service.
The dynamic central city is planning to leave traffic in its rear view mirrors.
Seven more bus rapid transit (BRT) routes will be launched in Hanoi over the next 13 years in order to realise the target of eight BRT routes as set-out in the capital city’s master plan on transport until 2030.
Many new facilities have already broken down while the dedicated lanes are occupied by other vehicles.
The central city of Da Nang started construction of a tunnel at the junction of Dien Bien Phu, Nguyen Tri Phuong and Le Do streets, one of the busiest roundabouts in the city, on December 29.
The first-ever bus rapid transit (BRT) in Hanoi will offer free rides for one month after its inauguration on New Year’s Day, as local authorities seek to familiarize city dwellers with the new means of getting around.
The first Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) route in Hanoi, scheduled to officially operate from next year, will prove effective in meeting local commuters’ demand and easing traffic congestion, said a representative of the World Bank (WB) Vietnam.
Southern Binh Duong province has worked on a feasibility study on the Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) that links the province with Ho Chi Minh City’s metro line No.1.
The central city of Danang plans to open a 31.8km Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) route connecting the Danang International Airport and favourite destinations with Hoi An City in neighbouring Quang Nam Province.
The Prime Minister has approved adjustments concerning the project on sustainable development for Danang city funded by World Bank loans.