Latest News about hanoi traffic
On March 2, Hanoi students returned to school after a month-long lunar New Year holiday due to the Covid-19 outbreak. As a result, Hanoians struggled to move again on the roads.
Hanoi Public Transport Association has proposed to build 14 bus-only lanes in order to attract more passengers and reduce personal vehicles.
Hanoi authorities have planned a range of measures to mitigate traffic jams and ensure traffic safety as the Lunar New Year approaches.
Hanoi authorities have considered banning three-wheeled vehicles, including cyclos.
The Hanoi Department of Transport recently held a seminar to discuss methods to reduce the number of private vehicles, with solutions centering on plans to limit motorbikes and charge tolls to cars entering central districts.
Hanoi is mulling two different options to restrict the use of motorbikes in the city before the 2030 ban.
The People’s Committee of Hanoi City is mapping out measures to develop public transport, including a plan to put electric buses into service during the 2021-2025 period.
The Hanoi Department of Transport said that the collection of tolls charged on vehicles entering the city’s downtown is not an easy task but needs to be implemented, possibly in 2030, local media reported.
The commute to or from downtown Hanoi during rush hours can be stressful to say the least.
According to Hanoi Department of Transportation, driving cars from ring road 3 toward the inner city will be charged and the automatic fee payment will not affect cars’ operation or cause road congestion.
Hanoi will build its parts of the ring roads no.4 and no.5 between 2021-2025 in an effort to complete the local transport infrastructure, said the municipal Department of Transport.
Thousands of people left Hanoi on Friday afternoon, causing huge congestion on many roads leading to bus stations or neigbouring provinces.
Hanoi transport authorities have not been able to take full advantage of the cameras installed on local streets.
Hanoi chairman Nguyen Duc Chung said that a motorbike ban was just a proposal from the transport department and has not been approved by the city.