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Lieutenant Colonel Doan Ngoc Minh Tuan, Deputy Head of the Da Nang Traffic Police Department, said the deployment of traffic cameras has eased work pressure on police officers.

HCMC to spend VND1.6t installing 10,000+ surveillance cameras

The HCMC Department of Information and Communications has proposed the municipal government spend VND1.6 trillion on installing more than 10,000 surveillance cameras over the next five years.


Hanoi to build digital traffic map for drivers as congestion worsens

Hanoi is planning to build a real-time digital traffic map system similar to Google Maps within the year, according to the city’s transport department.

More streets assigned for odd or even dates parking

The central city of Da Nang has allocated 14 streets where parking is only allowed on odd or even dates in the downtown districts of Hai Chau, Thanh Khe, Cam Le, Son Tra and Ngu Hanh Son.

Drivers not smiling for traffic cameras

VietNamNet Bridge – Cameras designed to tackle rampant traffic violations in Viet Nam are sowing confusion among drivers suddenly confronted with fines without being aware of any wrongdoing on their part.  

More traffic cameras? Maybe not

 VietNamNet Bridge – Ha Noi’s Traffic Police Division has proposed installing 3,000 additional cameras to supervise traffic, but experts think installing so many cameras at once should be considered carefully.

Hanoi detects traffic violations via cameras

 More than 200 drivers were caught on camera violating traffic regulations, the Ha Noi Traffic Police Division reported 10 days after the surveillance camera programme went into effect.

70 percent of cancer patients in country detected late

70% of cancer patients in country detected late; Hanoi to install traffic cameras; Hanoi: 10,000 people to be screened for visual impairment; Busy programme of events for HIV/AIDS month; Noi Bai Airport director apologises for substandard service

Hanoi to install hundreds of cameras to control traffic

 VietNamNet Bridge – From now to December, Hanoi traffic police will install an additional 450 cameras in four urban districts to control traffic.

Traffic cameras to keep eye on Hanoi streets

 VietNamNet Bridge – Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has approved a proposal to use traffic cameras in many capital city streets to make sure car drivers are staying on the right side of the road