Prolonged rains have flooded many streets in Vinh City and caused traffic chaos.
With people returning to HCM City from the Cửu Long (Mekong) Delta after Tết (Lunar New Year), highways have been severely congested in the past two days.
Flights were cancelled, railway lines closed and motorists stranded on flooded roads, as a month's worth of rain fell on Sydney early on Wednesday, leaving emergency services battling to respond.
Transport firms in the central city have agreed to install a supervision camera system on buses to boost security for tourists participating in tour services in Đà Nẵng.
Nine people including two firefighters were killed Thursday as violent gales battered northern Europe, snapping air and train links.
Many road users have raised their voices about a Hà Nội ban prohibiting the use of taxis - including Grab and Uber - from using 13 inner-city streets. They claim it will do nothing to reduce the city’s traffic congestion.
HCM City’s Department of Transport has proposed to the city’s authority to begin the operation of electric buses to transport tourists from wharfs to hotels or tourism sites.