An unexpected 30-minute downpour, across both Hà Nội’s urban and outlying districts, had people parking their bikes on pavements and scrambling to take shelter under the nearest roofs.
A smart traffic operation centre in HCM City will receive an investment of VNĐ6 trillion (US$263 million) from 2017 to 2020, the city’s Department of Transportation has said.
In a story that grabbed a lot of public attention recently, a Grab taxi driver got beaten by a customer over the smell of a dog.
Two car drivers were fined on Monday after they were found driving contrariwise on the Nhật Tân Bridge in a viral video that emerged on social media last week, Hà Nội traffic police said.
A container truck carrying cashew nuts lost control and flipped over early yesterday morning in Thuận Lợi Commune, Đồng Phú District in southern Bình Phước Province.
One foreign tourist was killed and another injured in a traffic accident on National Highway 6 through northern mountainous Hòa Bình Province.
The HCM City Department of Transport is carrying out a feasibility study to ban private vehicles on a 221ha zone in the city’s downtown.
The national transport sector has been told to seek ways of developing infrastructure to catch up with the growing travel demand of Vietnamese people, despite a severe shortage of capital.
For developing countries, modern high-rise buildings are the most prominent symbol of urbanisation, implying a well-off, comfortable convenient life for its residents.
Pavements, especially those in crowded areas of major cities like Hà Nội and HCM City, are being seriously encroached, causing difficulties for pedestrians.