HCM City’s parking fee plan a disappointment

HCM City’s parking fee plan a disappointment

The amount of fees collected from the newly-implemented hourly on-street parking zones in HCM City were disappointing, according to the city’s transport department, with the rate of lost revenue reaching as high as 60 per cent.
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HCMC-Can Gio- Vung Tau high-speed boat put into operation

The Ho Chi Minh City Transport Department said that a high- speed boat route connecting the Bach Dang Wharf of Ho Chi Minh City, Can Gio District and Vung Tau City will be put into exploitation.  
Earlier, Long Kien bridge collapsed due to overloaded trucks

Long Kien bridge re-opens to traffic

According to Vice Director of the Ho Chi Minh City Transport Department Vo Khanh Hung, vehicles under two tons are allowed to travel through Long Kien bridge in Phuoc Kieng commune, Nha Be district yesterday after over two- weeks for repair. 
Collapse scene of Long Kien bridge (Photo:VNA)

Long Kien bridge collapsed due to overloaded trucks

According to the National Traffic Safety Committee, the Ho Chi Minh City Transport Department issued a quick report on collapse of Long Kien bridge in Phuoc Kieng ward, Nha Be district, Ho Chi Minh City due to an overloaded truck crossing the bridge. 
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Kien Giang invests VND 60 bln in Phu Quoc - Tho Chau ship route

Passenger ship on Phu Quoc - Tho Chau route has just been put into the operation from Phu Quoc Island to Tho Chau Island in the Mekong Delta province of Kien Giang and vice versa, said Vice Director of the Provincial Transport Department Le Viet Bac yesterday.
Thousands of automobiles line up in Saigon Bridge towards the center area of HCMC (Photo: SGGP)

Company proposes to collect auto fee in downtown HCMC

The HCMC Department of Transport said that Tien Phong Technology Services and Development Joint Stock Company has submitted to the city People’s Committee a fee collection project to automobiles in downtown areas to limit traffic jam.
 
Ho Chi Minh City opens new seven waterway tours to attract more and more visitors

City opens seven waterway tours

Leaders of the Ho Chi Minh City Tourism Department, Transport Department and city leading tourist company Saigontourist yesterday attended in a ceremony to launch seven waterway tours and put into the operation of five high-speed canoes with designed capacity of 25 passengers per a canoe.