VOV.VN - It is anticipated that as many as 2,585 international visitors will be landing at Noi Bai International Airport on March 20, including nearly 1,200 arrivals from novel coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic areas.
The Ho Chi Minh City Department of Transport is taking steps to ensure traffic safety and order in the remaining months of the year.
The Hanoi Transport Department is planning to build a digital traffic map system to serve transport management, helping ease congestion on busy routes.
VOV.VN -Traffic chaos descended on the major streets of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City on April 26 as people look to get away during the five-day break.
VOV.VN -Large numbers of people returning to Ho Chi Minh City after visiting their hometowns during the Lunar New Year (Tet) holiday saw serious traffic jams hit national highways on the morning of February 11.
VOV.VN -One person has been killed after a fatal crash in Ho Chi Minh City on January 10.
A hospital in Ho Chi Minh City has began experimenting with a motorcycle ambulance service as part of its effort to reduce emergency response time in a city inundated with narrow alleys and crowded streets.
The capital city of Hanoi is eyeing fees on personal vehicles entering the city centre in an attempt to curb worsening traffic and pollution.
The second branch of a major flyover in Ho Chi Minh City’s Go Vap District has opened to traffic, giving commuters hope that near-constant congestion in the area will begin to ease.
Disagreement in compensation has delayed a road construction project in the heart of Hanoi for 17 years.
The Ho Chi Minh City’s People’s Committee has decided to invest in an electronic toll collection system (ETC) at three toll booths in the city.
Hanoi plans to build 14 bridges crossing the Red and Duong Rivers in the city from now to 2030, revealed Vu Duy Tuan, Deputy Director of the municipal Department of Planning and Investment.
Chaos ensued as people rushed home to enjoy the three-day break with their family.
Ho Chi Minh City will not grant licences to high-rise construction projects on roads and in areas where planned infrastructure projects have not been completed in an effort to relieve congestions.
While the expressway’s speed limit sits at a lofty 120km per hour, vehicles battling weekend traffic typically inch along at 10kph.
Ho Chi Minh City authorities are struggling to deal with severe congestion inside and outside a highly hectic port considered among the busiest in Vietnam.
Hours-long traffic congestion was observed in various areas surrounding Tan San Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi Minh City on April 28 as people started leaving the southern metropolis for a four-day holiday.
Some 17 black spots where traffic accidents are common have been reported in Ho Chi Minh City. Of them, many are located on roads to sea ports and dry ports, causing serious traffic congestion and hindering the city’s development, the municipal Department of Transport has said.
Several experts in Ho Chi Minh City have blamed motorbikes for causing congestion and proposed plans to ban motorbikes in the city.
A number of expats living in Vietnam have shared their opinion with Tuoi Tre News after the city announced plans to turn several main roads into one-way streets to curb congestion.