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Most transport companies in HCM City lack parking space, and many resort to parking their lorries and container trucks on roads.

Road tests target container trucks

The Viet Nam Register (VR) has asked its branches nationwide to increase technical safety examinations of vehicles, particularly container trucks, coaches and tractor trailers, as part of measures to improve traffic safety.

HCM City urges drug tests for drivers

 VietNamNet Bridge – HCM City authorities have asked transport firms to periodically test drivers of container trucks for drug use in an aim to reduce the number of traffic accidents.

Road-building delay worsens traffic

 VietNamNet Bridge – Traffic congestion has become worse on Ha Noi Highway as the ongoing road expansion project, which began nearly five years ago, is behind schedule,

Crackdown on container trucks

VietNamNet Bridge – More than 200 container trucks from national transport firms have been found to be using oversized tankers, a two-week long inspection has revealed.

Many traffic violators escape punishment

 VietNamNet Bridge – Lax management by the HCM City Transport Department on the operation of container trucks and buses has led to a large number of traffic violation cases and traffic accidents.

Container trucks operate illegally

 VietNamNet Bridge – Only 4 per cent of container truck operators in the northern port city of Hai Phong have permits to transport goods by container trucks, according to the Ministry of Transport.