Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has requested for an analysis on a proposal to move Vietnam Railways (VNR) under the umbrella of the Ministry of Transport following legal confusion that left the corporation with no budget for railway maintenance.
Ho Chi Minh City will need over 83 trillion VND (over 3.57 billion USD) of investment capital to develop transport infrastructure in the city during 2021-2025, the city’s authorities said.
The Ministry of Transport has given the go ahead for Vinpearl Air JSC under private conglomerate Vingroup to seek the Prime Minister’s approval for its investment plan.
VOV.VN - Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has ordered the Ministry of Transport to make a general report on the aviation sector’s workforce following the information on pilot shortages, according to a document newly released by the Government Office.
The Ministry of Transport is seeking opinions from ministries, agencies and localities nationwide for the fee increase of 12-18% for 37 build, operate and transfer (BOT) operated toll road or bridge projects.
The Inspection Commission of the Party Central Committee has concluded that the Party committee of the Transport Ministry had seriously violated the principle of centralized democracy and working regulations.
Minister of Transport Nguyen Van The has asked the Directorate for Roads of Vietnam to outline measures to improve the quality of training, testing and issuing driving licences.
Minister of Transport Nguyen Van The has issued a plan on improving traffic safety for 2019, which details measures to raise public awareness and compliance with traffic rules, among others.
The Transport Ministry disbursed 76 percent of the sum assigned by the Government in 2018, the highest rate recorded in the past three years. The rate was also higher than the national average of 66.35 percent.
The Transport Ministry has proposed a timeline for pushing transport business service providers to install cameras to monitor their vehicles.
The Transport Ministry wants to transfer some administrative services to private enterprises and organisations, and has been developing a plan to achieve this.
Chairwoman of the National Assembly Nguyen Thi Kim Ngan has asked the Transport Ministry to use investments sourced from the State budget and mid-term government bonds effectively and in line with law.
The Ministry of Transport equitised 137 State-owned enterprises (SOEs) during 2011-16, surpassing the target by 67.
The Ministry of Transport’s main task this year is to speed up transport projects, Deputy Minister Nguyen Ngoc Dong said at a meeting to review 2017 and set goals for 2018 in January 18.
Deputy Prime Minister Trinh Dinh Dung asked the Transport Ministry to soon submit special mechanisms for the north-south highway project during a meeting to launch the sector’s activities for 2018.
The Ministry of Transport needs to come up with a plan to solve all problems related to BOT (build-operate-transfer) road toll stations nationwide this year, while issues of overloaded trucks and traffic safety are also in need of urgent attention.
The Ministry of Transport (MoT) has proposed to the Prime Minister four different plans to operate airfields in the future, aiming to narrow a yawning gap between the Airports Corporation of Vietnam (ACV)’s revenue and expenditures.
The Ministry of Transport has asked ride hailing platforms Uber and Grab to stop providing carpooling services.
The pilot program allowing Grab and Uber as well as several local taxi and transportation companies to operate their app-based services in three Vietnamese localities has expanded so rapidly that the transport ministry has been forced to put the brakes on it.
Vietnam’s Ministry of Transport is seeking feedback on a plan to expand Tan Son Nhat International Airport in Ho Chi Minh City.