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HCM City plans a number of traffic infrastructure works around Tan Son Nhat Airport to cope with the whopping 50 million passengers it is expected to handle annually by 2023 when its T3 terminal is completed.

Traffic accidents drop over 5 percent in 2019

The numbers of traffic accidents, traffic-related deaths and injuries in the country all decreased in 2019, as compared to the previous year, heard a national teleconference held on December 28.

Railway stations must stay in city centres: experts

While Vietnam Railway wants to keep its stations in city centres, many localities plan to push them to outlying areas, pleading pressure on inner-city traffic infrastructure.

HCM City official lambasts traffic law enforcement

 VietNamNet Bridge – The chairman of HCM City People’s Committee has asked all city districts to strengthen enforcement of traffic laws as the number of accidents and fatalities rose dramatically in the first seven months of the year.

Vietnam needs to invest big in traffic infrastructure

VietNamNet Bridge – The Ministry of Transport is expected to mobilize some VND288 trillion to invest in traffic infrastructure projects in the 2016-2020 period. 

Great danger

 VietNamNet Bridge – Traveling by road in Vietnam is never an easy task as poor infrastructure and management has led to traffic chaos in major cities, hence a lot of accidents.

Traffic infrastructure put into use before Tet

 VietNamNet Bridge – Several important traffic projects have been completed in Nghe An and Ha Tinh provinces.

Hanoi to allow only city-licensed taxis

VietNamNet Bridge – In a move to reduce traffic chaos and unhealthy competition among taxi drivers, vehicles licensed outside the capital will be banned from operating in the city,

Mekong Delta out of funds to complete infrastructure projects

VietNamNet Bridge – Though traffic infrastructure in the Mekong Delta has developed considerably in recent years with more roads, bridges, seaports and airports; there is still need of further development

Calls for traffic order as road death toll increases

 VietNamNet Bridge – More than 5,600 traffic accidents were reported over the past two months of this year, killing nearly 2,000 people and injuring almost 5,800 others, a recent conference on traffic safety heard yesterday.