Tags: traffic jams

HCM City aims to reduce accidents

HCM City aims to reduce accidents

Ho Chi Minh City authorities have said that the city's Traffic Safety Board this year would aim to reduce the number of traffic accidents by 5% and the time of traffic jams to no more than 30 minutes.

Hanoi plans measures to reduce traffic jams

Hanoi plans measures to reduce traffic jams

Hanoi aims to reduce up to 10 traffic congestion hotspots and limit the duration of traffic jams to less than 30 minutes, People's Committee Chairman Nguyen Duc Chung said.

HCM City targets reduced traffic jams, flooding next year

HCM City targets reduced traffic jams, flooding next year

Ho Chi Minh City has set targets to create a reduction in traffic jams and flooding during 2016, according to what was discussed at the second meeting of the Ho Chi Minh City Party Executive Committee on December 1.

HCM City seeks solutions for smart city development

HCM City seeks solutions for smart city development

The head of the Ho Chi Minh City Department of Information and Communication said the city was in the process of setting up an e-government that would play a critical role in building a "smart" city through information and communication technology (ICT).

Traffic culture through eyes of children

Traffic culture through eyes of children

Nearly 2,000 drawings portraying day-to-day traffic situations from a child’s perspective were submitted to a children’s art competition run by the National Committee for Traffic Safety from June 22 to August 30.

Ha Tinh urged to become industrial province

Ha Tinh urged to become industrial province

(VOV) - National Assembly Chairman Nguyen Sinh Hung has urged the central province of Ha Tinh to effectively implement Party resolutions on socio-economic development to become an industrial province in the near future.

Seminar on traffic jams held in Hanoi

Seminar on traffic jams held in Hanoi

54 proposals were presented at a seminar on the solution to traffic jams in big cities held in Hanoi by the Ministry of Public Security on June 29.