New two flyovers approaching into Tan Son Nhat Airport will be put into the operation.

New two flyovers to ease traffic jam to airport

Part of two flyovers approaching into Tan Son Nhat International Airport at Truong Son Intersection and Nguyen Thai Son-Nguyen Kiem Crossroad is scheduled to be put into the operation on July 3, announced the Ho Chi minh City Transportation Department. 
The construction site of a flyover in front of Tan Son Nhat International Airport (Photo: SGGP)

Efforts ongoing to rescue Tan Son Nhat Airport in HCMC

Ho Chi Minh City has implemented lot of projects to solve flooding, traffic jam and overloading for Tan Son Nhat International Airport. Still they are unlikely to radically tackle the issues due to rapid mechanical population increase.
An aircraft of national flag carrier Vietnam Airlines in Tan Son Nhat Airport (Photo: SGGP)

Tan Son Nhat Airport faces overloading, traffic jam, flooding

Tan Son Nhat International Airport has been overloaded with infrastructure development inappropriate with increasing travel demand. In addition, hours long traffic jams have regularly occurred and flooding has been a permanent issue after heavy rains in the airport’s area.
Traffic jam is a permanent issue in many areas, HCMC during peak hours (Photo: SGGP)

Experts prompt heavy-handed crackdown on motorbikes

HCMC must make a breakthrough, a revolution to solve severe rampant traffic jam by urgently limiting and proceeding to a ban on motorbikes in some routes to the center of the city.
Over VND 13,115 bln to be invested into Belt Road No.2

Over VND 13,115 bln to be invested into Belt Road No.2

The Ho Chi Minh City Transport Department yesterday said that the city will implement three construction projects for Belt Road No.2 with total capital of over VND 13,115 billion, contributing to reduce traffic jam in the period of 2017- 2018.

Heavy rain causes traffic congestion

A heavy rain pouring down Thu Duc district of Ho Chi Minh City  yesterday, caused serious flooding and traffic jam during several hours in some roads as To Ngoc Van, Dang Van Bi and Vo Van Ngan.