|Caption: Ha Noi's road and railway traffic police division (PC67) said it would try its best to ensure traffic security and road safety in the capital tomorrow, when the new school academic year begins. Photo www.dangcongsan.vn
HA NOI (VNS) — Ha Noi's road and railway traffic police division (PC67) said it would try its best to ensure the capital's traffic and road safety during the new academic year ceremony tomorrow.
Policemen will control traffic at 340 key spots in the city and will organise 94 rounds of patrolling on the main roads.
A large number of traffic policemen will also be deployed on roads with construction sites such as Nguyen Trai, Xuan Thuy, Cau Giay, and Ho Tùung Mau streets, as well as the roads near schools where the ceremony will be held, to help reduce traffic jams and road accidents during the day.
Traffic safety officiers will also be ready to help students and their parents who lose their way or face unexpected transport problems, preventing them from attending the ceremony on time.
Colonel Dao Vinh Thang, head of the PC 67 division, said Ha Noi's traffic policemen would also penalise people who break traffic rules such as on wearing of hamlets, carrying excess number of people on motorbikes and in cars and jumping red lights, causing traffic jams and accidents on that day.
The new academic year will start tomorrow morning in 2,482 schools in the city, comprising 960 kindergartens, 707 primary schools, 607 secondary schools and 208 high schools. — VNS