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Hanoi details bicycle-for-rent plan

According to the Hanoi Department of Transport, the bike sharing service will enhance the quality of public transport and reduce environmental pollution.

Vietnam needs to look into recycling discarded vehicles: experts

Statistics revealed that Vietnam has 4.5 million cars and 60 million motorbikes currently in use, and these figures are growing.

Should Hanoi pilot bicycle-only lanes?

The Hanoi People’s Committee has recently announced a pilot plan to build lanes exclusively for bicycles in a bid to reduce congestion in the coming time.

Bicycle-sharing scheme to be extended to Hanoi, Ba Ria-Vung Tau, Danang

Having launched a bicycle-sharing system in downtown HCMC, Tri Nam Group JSC, the project investor, plans to extend the public bike scheme to Hanoi, Ba Ria-Vung Tau and Danang.

HCM City pilots bicycle-sharing service in central area

Ho Chi Minh City's Department of Transport and Tri Nam Group on December 16 officially kick-started bicycle-sharing service on a pilot basis in District 1.

Post-lockdown bicycling fever in HCM City

Cycling has become increasingly popular post-outbreak. Ho Chi Minh City's bike rental service has consequently been occupied with serving many customers.

Efforts needed for Vietnam’s cycling cities

Cycling is a great way to stay active and cut your carbon footprint. Many cities around the world are encouraging the broader use of this green mode of transport. 

The return of the bicycle

Bicycles now suit well the diverse demand of urbanites during the time of the pandemic, speeding up changes in lifestyles and cultural practices.

Bicycle sales boom amid pandemic

Getting around by bicycle was once a traditional transportation method in Vietnam’s capital city.

Swedish Ambassador enjoys cycling to work on Made-in-Vietnam bicycle

Swedish Ambassador to Vietnam Ann Mawe recently expressed her delight at cycling from home to work a few times each week on her Made-in-Vietnam Thong Nhat bicycle, the Tuoi tre (Youth) newspaper has reported.

New partnership aims to put bicycles back on city streets

Vietnamese cities are set to benefit from greener transport after the Ministry of Construction and GIZcycl signed a Memorandum of Understanding on the development of technical guidelines for the design of cycling infrastructure.

Bicycle sharing finds favour in Vietnam

While bicycle sharing may be quite a familiar concept in some countries around the world it remains quite novel in Vietnam. Though only recently introduced, the service has already been welcomed by local people.

Over 1,600 Hoi An’s civil servants go to office by bike

 VietNamNet Bridge – From April 1, all officials and government employees of Hoi An ancient town will have to go to work by bicycles, said Hoi An Party Chief – Mr. Nguyen Su.

Electric bicycles not green as people think

 VietNamNet Bridge – Electric bicycles are believed to be the green means of transport, which specially is useful in urban areas. However, in fact, they are not green as thought.

US$45,000 can help reduce congestion in Hanoi by bikes?

The Hanoi Department of Industry and Trade has designed a plan on using bicycles to reduce traffic congestion, to save fuel, reduce pollution and stimulate demand for this mean of transport. The plan has immediately received a lot of mixed opinions.

Cycling – new fashion in Hanoi

VietNamNet Bridge - Hanoi seems to be more romantic with the emerging hobby of cycling and the return of bicycles on the street.

First UCI bicycle race to be held in Vietnam

 VietNamNet Bridge – The “ACD Tour of Vietnam”, the country’s first bicycle race under the International Cycling Union (UCI) system, will be held for the first time from December 16-22.