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Ha Noi bans trucks' entry during rush hour

Update: February, 03/2016 - 15:22
Trucks are not allowed to enter the city this week, from this Monday to Saturday, during rush hour. — VNA/Photo Duc Giang.

HA NOI (VNS) — Ha Noi police department has just announced a traffic plan for the Tet (Lunar New Year) 2016 holiday, banning trucks from entering the city during rush hour.

Accordingly, trucks (except those transporting goods for price stability and regulated by the city People's Committee) are banned from entering the city from this Monday to Saturday (February 6) from 6am to 9am, 11am to 2pm and 4pm to 7.30pm.

During this time, the trucks will take the following routes:

Trucks travelling from the eastern and north-eastern provinces to southern provinces can use the Thanh Tri Bridge - Ring Road 3 route.

Those travelling from southern provinces to eastern and north-eastern provinces can travel in the opposite direction on the same route or take the front road of Ring Road 3 - Tam Trinh- Minh Khai–Vinh Tuy Bridge route.

Vehicles travelling from the southern to northern provinces can take the overhead Ring Road 3–Pham Van Dong–Thang Long Bridge route.

Trucks travelling from northern to southern provinces without crossing Thang Long Bridge can take the National Highway 5–Nguyen Van Linh–Thanh Tri Bridge–Ring Road 3–National Highway 1B route.

Those travelling from southern provinces to western and north-western provinces can take the TL70 – National Highway 6, National Highway 32 and Thang Long Avenue.

Those travelling from western and north-western provinces to southern provinces can travel in the opposite direction on the above-mentioned route. Trucks using Thang Long Avenue can turn into the Khuat Duy Tien- overhead Ring Route 3 - National Highway 1 route.

Additionally, the National Traffic Safety Committee has set up hotlines for receiving and dealing with traffic information during the Lunar New Year.

People can report transport activities at stations, airports and ports, besides giving information about fares and transport business violations by calling 0962665953, 0977497891, 0964045445 and 0916908085, as well as 0913432383 and 0917908085.

People can also call 0985465896, 0993211111, 0989088719, 0936173906 and 0995918666 for reporting road accidents and safety issues.

The police at the Road and Rail Traffic Police Administration will directly receive all information reported at 06942608. — VNS

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