Upgrades to the Chợ Gạo canal, which connects the southeastern and southwestern regions of Việt Nam, have proven ineffective after just three years of operation, experts say.
Experts and businesses said the capital city has been leading the country in attracting investment for traffic related infrastructure, said Kinh Tế &Đô Thị (Economy & City) Newspaper.
Streets in the silent city of Huế were bustling with performances by art troupes in a street parade on Saturday afternoon.
Every year, thousands of people move to HCM City looking for work thus placing a strain on transport, educational and healthcare systems. A new master plan envisions improvements in infrastructure and services in the region that would help relieve overcrowding in the city and provide a higher quality of life to both provincial and city residents by 2030.
Việt Nam registered over 1,300 traffic accidents from March 16 to April 15, resulting in 639 fatalities and 1,009 injured people, according to the National Traffic Safety Committee.
Hoàng Đức Bình from Nghệ An Province was sentenced to prison for a total of 14 years on multiple charges, including anti-State propaganda, causing public commotion, and resisting authorities.
The operator of a stretch of National Highway 1 in Tien Giang Province has been facing protests from truck drivers and owners for collecting toll on the highway as well as a bypass it built.
The annual Hùng Kings Memorial Festival (Hùng Temple Festival) hosted by the northern province of Phú Thọ is approaching. Organisers have put together an exciting list of events, including contributions from neighbouring provinces.
While the number of traffic accidents on Vietnamese roads decreased in the first quarter of this year, fatalities rose.