Update news BRT

The Hanoi People's Committee cited data showing that between 2017 to 2019, the total number of passengers using BRT fluctuated between 4.9-5.5 million/year and increased year by year.

HCM City to reduce investment of BRT route, extend completion date to 2023

HCM City authorities plan to reduce investment for the first bus rapid transit route (BRT No 1) by US$12.17 million (from $155.85 million to $143.68 million), 

Ho Chi Minh City to have new BRT bus route

The bus rapid transit (BRT) route No. 1 that runs along Vo Van Kiet - Mai Chi Tho Boulevard is expected to be opened to the public in late 2022. The investment in this bus route is about $3 million per 1km.

Hanoi’s huge BRT project is a failure

The Hanoi bus rapid transit (BRT) 01 route, which had investment of thousands of billion dong sourced from the World Bank (WB) loans, has failed to meet expectations after five years of operation.

HCM City to get electric bus rapid transit system

Three memorandums of understanding (MoUs) were signed on June 7 in HCM City for setting up an electric BRT (bus rapid transit) system.


Vietnam seeking sustainable transport solutions

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam expressed its appreciation to Sweden for sharing expertise on good practices and technologies to support the development of public transport,

Hanoi’s transport plan falls short

Before ending his term as Prime Minister early this month, Nguyen Tan Dung approved the update of Ha Noi’s Master Transport Plan for 2030, endorsing the development of eight Bus Rapid Transit routes.

Hanoi to have eight bus rapid transit routes

 VietNamNet Bridge - The Prime Minister has approved the planning of transportation in Hanoi to 2030, with a vision to 2050. From now to 2020, bus transport will be the major part of public transport systems in Hanoi.

Plans to reduce traffic congestion by 2020 ‘unfeasible' transport official

 VietNamNet Bridge – Bui Danh Lien, chairman of the Ha Noi Transport Association, spoke to Hai Quan (Customs) online about measures to limit the use of private vehicles and promote public transportation.

Photos: Hanoi’s first five-star bus stop abandoned

 VietNamNet Bridge - The first international standard bus stop in Hanoi was inaugurated nearly two months ago but it will be abandoned for at least one year.

Vietnamese nationality registration rescinded

Amendments to the Law on Vietnamese Nationality approved on June 24 abolished the requirement that expatriates residing abroad register to retain their Vietnamese nationality.

HCMC to have first Bus Rapid Transit by 2018

 VietNamNet Bridge – The first modern Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) line in Ho Chi Minh City on the Vo Van Kiet-Mai Chi Tho Highway is expected to be ready by mid-2018.