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Many streets in Hanoi and HCM City faced serious traffic jams again on Monday as local schools re-opened after social distancing measures were eased.

Hundreds of fruit trucks still jammed at border gates with China

Hundreds of fruit container trucks have remained stuck for days at border gates in the northern province of Lang Son, bordering China where millions of people are in lockdown because of the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19).

HCMC to kick off projects to ease traffic congestion around airport

Work on five projects to reduce traffic congestion in the Tan Son Nhat International Airport area in HCMC will begin soon.

Hanoi to conduct zoning to reduce traffic congestion

Hanoi is mulling two different options to restrict the use of motorbikes in the city before the 2030 ban.


Hanoi street covered with mud, traffic chaos reported

VietNamNet Bridge - A truck dropped a large amount of mud on Tran Duy Hung, a major road in Cau Giay District, Hanoi. This incident turned the beautiful street into a muddy road, seriously affecting traffic.


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Photos: Thousands of litchi trucks cause congestion on highway

 VietNamNet Bridge - On Wednesday morning, Highway 31 in Bac Giang province became seriously congested when thousands of trucks carrying litchi were headed to Luc Ngan Market.

Thousands of trucks stuck in Lang Son

 VietNamNet Bridge - Thousands of trucks loaded with fruit have been stuck at the Tan Thanh border gate in Lang Son Province for several days.

Electric cars cause traffic problem in Old Quarter

 VietNamNet Bridge – While the use of electric cars for tourism in Hanoi's Old Quarter have not brought many positives along with them, locals of the Old Quarter have been complaining about traffic problems on the narrow streets.

HCM City and Hanoi continue to study change of working hours

VietNamNet Bridge – The Government has asked the two largest cities in Vietnam to continue studies on the change of working and school hours to reduce traffic congestion, without affect local people’s daily life.

Overloaded bus stations, traffic jams on highways in Hanoi, Saigon

In the afternoon of February 7, nearly 50,000 people flock to Mien Dong bus station in HCM City to return home for the Tet holiday. At the same time, tens of thousands of people also rushed to  My Dinh and Giap Bat bus stations in Hanoi.

Congestion in Hanoi before Tet

VietNamNet Bridge - As usual, on the last days of the year, many streets of Hanoi are in serious congestion.

People flock to Hanoi after New Year holidays

VietNamNet Bridge - After three days of the New Year holiday, from the afternoon of January 1, 2013, people flocked to Hanoi and HCM City, resulting in traffic congestion in the city.

Five works change the face of Hanoi’s traffic

VietNamNet Bridge - Along with the first overhead route of Vietnam, the four steel overpasses that were put into use in 2012 help reduce Hanoi’s traffic congestion.