Traffic accidents kill 112 people in six days of Tet

Traffic accidents kill 112 people in six days of Tet

Up to 177 traffic accidents happened across Vietnam in the first six days of the Lunar New Year (Tet) festival, which began on February 2, killing 112 people and injuring 150 others.

Police start crackdown on violators to keep traffic order

Police start crackdown on violators to keep traffic order

Ho Chi Minh City Road-Railway Traffic Police Division (PC08) yesterday announced to take heed to drunk truck and bus drivers at the launch of the month-long traffic crackdown campaign over trafic law violators to ensure traffic order during Tet Holiday (the Lunar New Year festival)

Traffic accidents surge in New Year Holiday, killing 110

Traffic accidents surge in New Year Holiday, killing 110

There were 147 traffic accidents killing 110 people and injured 61 others during four holidays, when people flocked back to their hometowns, according to the country’s National Traffic Safety Committee.

Harsh penalties against those drying rice straw in roads

Harsh penalties against those drying rice straw in roads

As per the National Committee of Traffic Safety’s direction, those who use roads to dry agricultural products after harvest or burn rice straw generating smoke and danger for the road traffic will receive harsh penalties.

Deputy PM asks to reduce traffic accidents by 5-10 percent

Deputy PM asks to reduce traffic accidents by 5-10 percent

Deputy Prime Minister Truong Hoa Binh, who is Chairman of the National Committee for Traffic Safety, asked the ministries, agencies and local governments to make concerted efforts to reduce the number of traffic accidents by 5-10 percent in 2017 from the previous year.
 
Prolonged traffic congestion on Dong Van Cong street on the way to Cat Lai Port, HCM City  (Photo: tuoitre.vn)

HCM City aims to reduce seaport traffic jams

 The Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee has asked the Department of Transport to seek measures to tackle traffic jams at 37 traffic-congestion hotpots across the city, including those at seaports.