Up to 101,469 cases of violation were handled in the first seven days of the tightened road inspections from May 15 to 22, with fines totaling VND75.7 billion (US$3.25 million).
VOV.VN - Twenty-three people were killed and 14 others were injured in 33 road accidents across Vietnam on May Day, the second day of the extended public holidays, according to the Traffic Police Department.
There were 21 road traffic accidents on January 25, the first day of the Year of the Rat, leaving 22 dead and 13 others injured.
VOV.VN -At least six people have been killed as a result of two major road traffic accidents which took place in Hai Duong province during the early morning of July 23.
Vietnam saw a decline in road accidents in the first half of 2019 while the number of prolonged traffic congestion was on a rise, according to the latest report of the National Committee for Road Safety.
Ho Chi Minh City’s traffic police have proposed shrinking speed caps on ten of the city’s busiest streets in an effort to reduce road accidents caused by fast-moving vehicles.
Vietnam reported nearly 100 road crashes which killed 70 people and injured dozens of others on the first two days of the Lunar New Year.
The latest statistics from the municipal traffic safety committee reveal that motorbikes are either responsible for or the victim in 82.9 percent of road accidents in Ho Chi Minh City.
The number of traffic accidents, deaths and injured people went down in both July and the first seven months of 2017, according to statistics provided by the National Committee for Traffic Safety.
Vietnam aims to cut the number of traffic accidents and deaths by 5-10 percent every year and lower the number of severe crashes related to coaches and motorbikes between 2016 and 2020.
Road accidents claimed 33 lives in Vietnam at the beginning of the year 2017, a hike compared to the same period last year, police said.
A total of 55 traffic accidents occurred during the two-day national holiday on April 30 and May 1, the National Traffic Safety Committee has reported.
Traffic authorities in Vietnam have encouraged a social media frenzy as the National Traffic Safety Committee has announced that the public can now access their official Facebook page for reports and feedback.
Road accidents and fatalities have dropped this year, according to statistics from the National Committee of Traffic Safety.
Nearly 7,200 people died from traffic accidents in the ten-month period ending on October 15, down almost 3.9% year on year, the National Traffic Safety Committee said on October 29.
There were 1,836 road accidents nationwide between August 16 and September 15 that left 696 people dead and injured 1,692, the latest statistics from the public security ministry said.
The ASEAN Young Professionals Volunteer Corps organised a volunteer programme to support community in Hai Duong commune, Huong Tra town, central Thua Thien-Hue province from November 23-December 5.
(VOV) -Vinh Nghiem pagoda in Ho Chi Minh City hosted a memorial service for the victims of fatal traffic accidents on November 9, attracting thousands of Buddhist monks, nuns, believers and relatives of traffic accident victims.
A new coastal transport route between Quang Binh and Kien Giang province opened on October 5, slashing freight rates by up to 75%.
As many as 7,024 traffic accidents occurred across Vietnam in the first eight months of this year, killing 6,128 people and injuring 5,102 others.