Ministry urges to inspect vehicles to ensure traffic security

The Ministry of Transport ordered relevant agencies to set up steering committees and hotlines to handle related information of traffic to serve people’s demand of travelling in the New Year and Tet holiday ( Lunar New Year)

Passengers crowd in MIen Dong Station to buy bus fare to return hometown in Tet holiday. Transport agencies must ensure enough vehicles in Tet holidays (Photo: SGGP)

Accordingly, transport agencies must plan for this in coming holidays in efforts to limit traffic gridlocks. They have to inspect vehicles for people’s safety.

The Ministry also asked transport companies to sell bus fare as well as to have measures against speculation. Transport companies should have preferential treatment and help disabled and elderly passengers.

The Ministry ordered the Inspectorate to liaise with relevant agencies in strengthening transport activities in coming Tet holidays.

Especially, the Ministry requested relevant agencies to prepare enough vehicles for all passengers who will return their hometown in the special occasion.

By Bich Quyen – translated by Uyen Phuong

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