Deputy PM asks Binh Duong ease traffic jams at soon-to-be-closed park

Tourists flooding soon-to-be-closed Dai Nam Park in the southern province of Binh Duong caused traffic gridlock in the area around the park.

Deputy Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, who is the chairman of the Committee of National Traffic Safety, yesterday sent a dispatch to the People’s Committee in the province, asking to dress the traffic order in the streets into the park.

The influxes of people from all corners of the country caused serious traffic congestion on the national highway leading to the Dai Nam Tourist Park in Binh Duong Province as the park is offering free admission and discounts before it will be closed from November 20 to December 31, 2014. Especially, traffic jam has seen for many hours on National Highway 13 in front of the park.

In the dispatch Mr. Phuc asked the province authority to mobilize all forces including policemen and safe guards to dress the traffic on streets. Rescue teams should be ready to save traffic victims

Local authority must ensure security order as well as protect tourists from bad persons so that they can enjoy their journey. The local government also must announce a hot line to receive complaints from residents over traffic order and solve problems as soon as possible.

By Bich Quyen, Tuan Vu - Translated byAnhQuan

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