The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a loan worth US$188 million to improve and upgrade 198 km of roads in Vietnam’s mountainous northwest region.
Many important national highways and provincial roads across several northern provinces have been repaired and are now resuming operations after the localities were seriously hit by flash floods and landslides several days ago.
VOV.VN - Torrential rains over the last two days have caused serious flooding in Thua Thien-Hue Province and, as a result, many parts of roads in lowland areas are inundated and isolated.
The Party Central Committee’s Economic Commission, the Steering Committee for Northwestern Region and the Transport Ministry held a conference in Hanoi on July 20 to discuss developing transport infrastructure in the northwest.
VOV.VN - When April comes, streets in Tam Ky City turn yellow as Sua (Ptero carpus indicus) trees are blossoming.
The Prime Minister has approved the National Target Programme on Sustainable Poverty Reduction in 2016-2020, which aims to cut the rate of poverty among households nationwide by 1- 1.5 percent each year based on the multi-dimensional poverty criteria.
Limiting personal transport means is suggested an urgent solution for Hanoi to tackling congestion, which is mainly caused by the mismatch between the poor infrastructure and the boom of individual vehicles.
Canon Vietnam Ltd. on August 25 handed over the street lighting systems along nine km of rural roads in poor communes in three districts of the northern province of Bac Ninh.
Construction started on two roads in Phu Ninh district, central Quang Nam province, on March 20 under a project funded by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC).
Driving licences issued from July 1 will be made of PET, a type of plastic, said the Ministry of Transport (MOT).
Transport Minister Dinh La Thang has confirmed that his ministry’s proposal concerning new fees on personal vehicles is based on a National Assembly resolution and will benefit the entire people.
A delegation of the Vietnamese Transport Ministry attended the Ministerial Conference on Transport held in Bangkok from March 12-16, with participants coming from member countries of the Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific.