The Hanoi Department of Transport is building a plan to ban all vehicles operating in nine streets around Hoan Kiem Lake within one month with the hope of expanding the city pedestrian zone.
Ho Chi Minh City will to ban all vehicles between 5:30 pm and 9:30pm on Dong Khoi street on April 26, between 4:30am and 10:30am on Le Duan street on April 28, and between 7pm and 9:30am on Nguyen Hue Pedestrian Street on April 30 in District 1.
VOV.VN -A number of vehicles were damaged whilst a female worker was left dead following a major road traffic collision that took place in Hanoi on April 23.
VOV.VN -Hanoi regularly suffers from gridlock during peak hours as millions of vehicles take to the streets.
VOV.VN -People have flocked back to Hanoi after enjoying 4 days holiday over the New Year, resulting in traffic congestion throughout the city.
VOV.VN - In the week from June 15-21, 1,431 completely built-up (CBU) cars were imported into Vietnam with a total value of nearly US$30 million, 96% of them were from Thailand, according to the General Department of Vietnam Customs.
Mitsubishi Vietnam said it will recall 918 vehicles over a faulty power relay that may overheat and cause the engine to stall while driving.
Energy labels will be made compulsory for newly-assembled and unused imported automobiles or motorbikes under a draft Circular outlined by the Transport Ministry’s Vietnam Register.
Vietnam spent US$1.04 billion to import some 51,000 various vehicles in the first half of this year, according to statistics released by the General Department of Vietnam Customs.
Grab Vietnam debuted its carpool service GrabShare in Ho Chi Minh City on May 9, a move hoped to help relieve local traffic pressure.
Shops and restaurants will be allowed to retake the sidewalks on weekends from 7 p.m. until 2 a.m. from April 30.
Every day thousands of old cars, trucks, and special purpose vehicles are taken to Te Lo village in Yen Lac district, northern Vinh Phuc province.
Ho Chi Minh City is now offering online registration for 15 administrative procedures managed by the city’s Transport Department.
Traffic death toll amounted to 48 on the first two day of the lunar New Year (January 28 and 29).
15,300 cars have joined the popular ride-hailing services since their debut in 2014, aggravating Saigon's traffic woes.
The Ho Chi Minh City administration has ordered the arrangement of exclusive scheduling for certain commuter groups, a plan previously rejected by local authorities to ease the city’s congestion.
The Director-General of the Thai Department of Land Transport has ordered transport service providers to stringently perform check-ups on their vehicles to ensure the safety of travelers during the Loy Krathong Festival.
Vietnamese Road, a mobile game that trains people how to survive the crazy traffic in Vietnam, has just received a US$40,000 grant from the Facebook start-ups fund.
A couple of Russian and Belarusian companies are preparing to set up auto joint ventures in Vietnam to benefit from two protocols between Vietnam and the two nations on production of vehicles here in the country.
Hanoi's Department of Transport is considering a ban on non-resident motorbikes entering the inner city from 2021, among several other measures to tighten management over personal vehicles in the capital.