Elmar Reich, a Swiss tourist, captured a number of fascinating images of traffic in Saigon (now Ho Chi Minh City) during his visit to the southern city in 1989.
A man riding a ‘xich lo’, a type of local rickshaw, in front of Notre Dame Cathedral in the heart of Saigon.
A number of vintage cars park next to Mong Bridge.
A bird’s-eye view of traffic at the Le Loi-Pasteur crossroads.
Taxis wait in a long line on Le Loi Street.
A woman grills meat besides a motorbike.
An old truck moves across Khanh Hoi Bridge.
Various kinds of motorbikes park on Dong Khoi Street.
A tuk tuk (three wheeler Lambretta) travelling on the Nguyen Du-Hai Ba Trung intersection.
The North-South railway trains can now travel on the newly opened Binh Loi Railway Bridge, which replaces an old bridge adjacent to the new bridge in HCM City.
The HCMC transport authority is set to grant over VND1.44 billion in funding for a pilot scheme that involves using technology to check and penalize administrative road traffic violations in the city.