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HCMC yearning for comprehensive development

HCMC yearning for comprehensive development

The quick recovery of Ho Chi Minh City in 2022 after the 4th Covid-19 pandemic outbreak has formed a strong foundation to complete its 5-year plan from 2020 and to maintain its leading position in the national socio-economic development.
Bung Bridge connecting Binh Tan, Tan Phu opens to traffic

Bung Bridge connecting Binh Tan, Tan Phu opens to traffic

The Ho Chi Minh City Transportation Works Construction Investment Project Management Authority, on the afternoon of October 16, coordinated with the Department of Transport of HCMC to hold a ceremony to open to traffic the Bung Bridge on Le Trong Tan Street that connects Binh Tan and Tan Phu districts.
Traffic congestion on National Way No.13. (Photo: SGGP)

HCMC still facing tense traffic state

Ho Chi Minh City is witnessing a strong economy recovery after the Covid-19 pandemic. The traffic volume increases correspondingly with the distribution of goods and movements of citizens. This has led to frequent and severe congestion throughout the city.

Innovative ideas can improve traffic congestion

Innovative ideas can improve traffic congestion

Since Vietnam initiated economic reforms through the policy of Doi Moi (Renewal) in 1986, the transport network in Ho Chi Minh City has not seen much development, despite huge investments. 
HCMC in need of improving traffic infrastructure to avoid worse congestion

HCMC in need of improving traffic infrastructure to avoid worse congestion

The Ministry of Planning and Investment this morning collaborated with the Ho Chi Minh City Party Committee, the HCMC People’s Committee, Government Office this morning held a ceremony to summarize Resolution No.53 and Conclusion No.27 of the Politburo on orientations, tasks and measures for socio-economic development and national defense, security in the Southeastern region and the Southern key economic zone towards 2010, orientation to 2020.
Nguyen Tat Thanh Street is always crowded

Nguyen Tat Thanh St. in urgent need of expansion

For many years, Nguyen Tat Thanh St. on District 4 of Ho Chi Minh City, connecting District 1 and District 7, has suffered from serious congestions with no plan of expansion even though the surrounding land is available.

Chairwoman of HCMC People’s Council Nguyen Thi Le is answering SGGP Newspaper’s interview about investment in HCMC Ring Road No.3 construction project. (Photo: SGGP)

HCMC, Southern key economic zone prioritizing construction of Ring Road No.3

During the 2nd week of the 3rd session, the National Assembly is going to discuss investments into Ring Road No.3 in Ho Chi Minh City, a major construction project not only to the city but also to the Southern key economic zone. SGGP News has conducted an interview with Chairwoman of HCMC People’s Council Nguyen Thi Le about this matter.

HCMC Police ensure security, order during four days of holiday

HCMC Police ensure security, order during four days of holiday

The Ho Chi Minh City Police Department, on May 4, said that during the four days of the holiday of the Reunification Day and the International Labor Day, it recorded 17 criminal cases, a decrease of four cases compared to the same period in 2021.
Tourists to localities surge sharply during holidays

Tourists to localities surge sharply during holidays

On the first day of holidays marking the National Reunification Day (on April 30) and May Day (on May 1), many tourists flocked to tourism sites in Nha Trang City of Khanh Hoa Province with 3,000 visitors, Dong Loc T-junction, Dong Loc Town, Can Loc District, Ha Ninh Province with over 15,000 travelers, Vung Tau City with around 36,000 people, Ba Den Mountain with around 20,000 ones, a triple increase over ordinary days while travelers in Thua Thien – Hue Province surged doubly causing serious traffic congestion. 
Infrastructure projects contribute to HCMC’s eastern urban area's development

Infrastructure projects contribute to HCMC’s eastern urban area's development

HCMC’s eastern part, especially areas near the Southern province of Dong Nai’s Nhon Trach District, is having the potential for development. However, according to many experts, the infrastructure in the area does not meet development demand. Luckily, relevant ministries, agencies, central authorities as well as local authorities have simultaneously started implementing many transport infrastructure projects to remove this bottleneck paving the way for the area’s future development.
Frequent congestion on Nguyen Van Cu Bridge in HCMC. (Photo: SGGP)

Vietnam discussing potential solutions to limit private vehicles in major cities

The Government has recently directed five major cities in Vietnam, namely Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh, Hai Phong, Da Nang, and Can Tho, to limit or stop private motorbike traffic in some of their districts after 2030. This leads to the need of improving public transport in those areas, contributing to reducing exhaust fumes from vehicles in accordance with Vietnam’s commitment at the 26th Conference for United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (COP26).