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Hanoi's transport department proposes more vehicles using the exclusive BRT lane

Hanoi Department of Transport has proposed the municipal People's Committee to allow passenger cars with 24 seats or more, official vehicles, ambulances and fire trucks to use Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) lanes in the capital.

Bus rapid transit worsens traffic congestion in Hanoi

Bus rapid transit (BRT), designed to ease traffic jams, has worsened congestion in some cases in Hanoi.

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.

HCM City speeds up work on first bus rapid transit route

The HCM City People's Committee has urged relevant agencies to speed up implementation of the first bus rapid transit route (BRT No 1), which will connect with Metro Line No 1.

The case for going slow on Bus Rapid Transit

Just before the four-day vacation last weekend, Ha Noi People’s Committee Chairman Nguyen Duc Chung cancelled the exclusivity of the bus rapid transit (BRT) system in the capital city.