VOV.VN - Numerous local people can be seen not wearing face masks in public areas, including transport hubs such as bus and railway stations, around Hanoi despite the recent novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in the centre of the country.
Secretary of the Hanoi municipal Party Committee Vuong Dinh Hue on May 19 hosted a reception for General Director of AEONMALL Vietnam Co. Ltd. Tetsuyuki Nakagawa.
Bus stations in Hanoi are quiet amid rising fears of a Novel Coronavirus epidemic.
VOV.VN - Thousands of people have flocked to bus stations across Hanoi to queue up for tickets to return to their hometowns over the four-day New Year holiday.
Hanoi’s Department of Transport has planned to switch four major bus stations in the inner city, including Gia Lam, My Dinh, Giap Bat and Nuoc Ngam, into car parks and inner-city bus interchanges by 2020.
The Ministry of Transport (MoT) will remove hundreds of below-standard level crossings countrywide to improve rail travel and reduce accidents.
As many as 62 new bus routes will be launched in Hanoi by 2020 to meet the local demand and reduce traffic jams, according to Ha Huy Quang, Deputy Director of the city’s Department of Transportation.
Solutions to ease traffic congestion on the Phap Van intersection of Hanoi have been proposed by the Directorate for Roads of Vietnam.
Major changes in the bus routes from the capital are to go into effect on January 2, said the deputy director of the city’s Transport Department, Ha Huy Quang. The changes are intended to reduce congestion.
The Hanoi Railway Transport Joint Stock Company (Haraco) on October 11 launched the first ever non-stop cargo railway service between Hanoi’s Giap Bat station and Song Than station in the southern province of Binh Duong.