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Online fines for traffic violations still not applied on large scale

The police have begymun imposing fines online on traffic law violators following the launch by the Ministry of Public Security of the national population database system. However, this has not been done on a large scale.

HCM City steps up inspections of traffic violations during holiday period

HCM City traffic inspectors have begun to enhance inspections and handling of traffic violations of passenger transport services from now to February 21.

HCM City: Surveillance cameras installed to prevent violations

After four months of surveillance cameras in Ho Chi Minh City, traffic in these places has become better.

Taxi ơi!

To avoid being detected and identified by traffic cameras, taxi drivers and motorbike taxi (xe ôm) drivers around the frequently-crowded Bach Mai Hospital in Hanoi have been trying to find ways to partly obscure their vehicles’ number plates.

Online payments for traffic violations

People who violate traffic laws will be able to pay their fines online starting from June 30.

Traffic police launch drink driving crackdown

Traffic police have issued a plan to strengthen control over traffic violations, especially driving under the influence of alcohol following the strict new drink driving law.

Speed demon fined for social media hoax

A young man who posted photos of his high-speed motorbike journey across the country has admitted to police that it was a hoax, the Traffic Police Department announced on Tuesday.

Police propose auctioning unclaimed seized vehicles

Vehicles seized for traffic violations should be auctioned if the owners fail to come forward within 30 days instead of the current one year, the Ministry of Public Security said at a recent meeting.

Indonesia launches electronic driver’s license

Indonesia on September 22 launched an electronic driver’s license that can also function as a digital payment card and record traffic violations by its owner.

Our way, not the highway, say traffic authorities

 VietNamNet Bridge – Traffic safety experts want to increase fine on motorbike drivers who illegally use expressways.

HCM City police to monitor traffic footage

Viet Nam Expressway Services Engineering JSC this month began providing authorities video footage and photos of vehicles violating traffic regulations on the HCM City – Long Thanh – Dau Giay Expressway.

HN records nearly 50% of VN traffic violations

 VietNamNet Bridge – The Ha Noi Traffic Police have dealt with some 18,000 violations since August 1, six times higher than HCM City and 10 times higher than Da Nang.

Stiffer traffic fines issued

 VietNamNet Bridge – Stiffer penalties for more than 100 traffic violations take effect this month, generating much public attention.

Parents need to set example on the road

 VietNamNet Bridge – A picture of a man, wearing a helmet, with a sign saying, "I sincerely apologise to the traffic police ignoring red lights!" has recently caught the attention of Internet citizens.

Most railway accidents caused by road users

 VietNamNet Bridge – Ninety four per cent of railway accidents are due to traffic violations by road users, according to deputy general director of the Viet Nam Railway Corporation, Doan Duy Hoach.

Vietnamese drivers lack road safety awareness

 VietNamNet Bridge – In the last three years, nearly 13,000 traffic accidents have occurred in HCM City, killing 2,141 people and injuring 11,686, of which 80 per cent were caused by lack of driver awareness about traffic laws.

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.

Traffic accidents kill nearly 4,500 people in six months

 VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam recorded as many as 11,179 traffic accidents in six months, from last December 16 to June 15, which killed 4,478 people and injuring 10,149 others,

Police to crackdown on traffic violations

 VietNamNet Bridge – A three-month crackdown on traffic violations began in Ha Noi yesterday (Dec 25) to deal with increasing traffic as Tet approaches.

Traffic authorities fail to slow down Hanoi's congestion woes

 VietNamNet Bridge – Unco-ordinated and wrongly placed traffic lights have actually become a hindrance instead of an aid to the flow of traffic in Ha Noi.