Go Vap changes Covid-19 checkpoint operation to reduce traffic jam

Go Vap changes Covid-19 checkpoint operation to reduce traffic jam

Covid-19 checkpoints in Go Vap District on June 02 were no longer overflowed with people and traffic thanks to the district’s initiative to set up stations further away from each other, let traffic through during rush hours, and perform unannounced inspections.
New Mien Dong Coach Station in District 9 (Photo: SGGP)

Projects to ease traffic jam sluggishly implemented in HCMC

Rampant traffic jam keeps occurring in the entrance gateways to HCMC, especially areas surrounding Tan Son Nhat International Airport and Mien Dong (East) Coach Station in days near Tet holiday every year. However projects meant for reducing the traffic jam have been stagnant due to complicated procedures.
The newly open to traffic intersection in front of Vietnam National University HCMC (Photo: SGGP)

HCMC implements lots of projects in efforts to reduce traffic jam

In efforts to reduce traffic jam, Ho Chi Minh City has built and put into operation lots of traffic works and they have worked in some areas. In the upcoming time, many projects will be constructed to ease traffic pressure in the main roads of the city.


Director of the municipal Department of Transport Tran Quang Lam  at the question-and-answer session (Photo: SGGP)

Traffic jam to reduce by 2025: Director of Transport Department

At the question-and-answer session of the 9th Ho Chi Minh City People Council’s 15th sitting yesterday, Director of the municipal Department of Transport Tran Quang Lam said that traffic congestion in the city is expected to be solved thoroughly by 2025.

Private vehicles in HCMC (Photo: SGGP)

Big cities should go step by step to curb private vehicles: experts

Ho Chi Minh City and Hanoi, two biggest cities of Vietnam, have been facing severe traffic jam and environmental pollution caused by exhaust fume. Lots of researches and programs have been drawn and expected to well control operation of private vehicles and create conditions for public transport development. Still experts have advised the cities to go step by step to obtain the target.