Vietnam Railways owes its 11,300 workers four months’ salaries due to a funding delay by the government, and fears this could cause many to quit.
HCMC authorities have approved a public bicycle sharing scheme in District 1 from August in an effort to limit private vehicles and reduce traffic.
VinBus Transport Service Co., a subsidiary of Vietnam’s largest conglomerate Vingroup, launched the nation’s first smart electric bus service in Hanoi Thursday.
Ho Chi Minh City is now allowed to deploy electric public buses on trial basis, the government office said.
Months after one supporting pad for a beam in HCMC’s metro line No.1 deviated and another fell, four more have moved from their positions.
More than 10 years after they were first proposed, high-speed railroad plans remain mired in concerns and disagreement over speeds and cost.
The noise pollution created by traffic, constructions and ‘entertainment’ establishments are leaving many HCMC residents constantly longing for some silent relief.
Two high-speed railroad routes between Hanoi and Vinh and HCMC and Nha Trang are expected to be operational by 2030.
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After a failed attempt last year, Ho Chi Minh City is once again seeking to run minibuses and so create greater public transport access.
Rach Mieu Ferry, which connects Tien Giang and Ben Tre Provinces in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta, was officially put to use on Wednesday morning to relieve traffic pressure on Rach Mieu Bridge.
Start-up airline Vietravel Airlines opens sales, 25 January, with deep discounts up from grabs until 27 March according to an announcement on its website
Ninh Binh Province has sought a domestic airport to better exploit its tourism advantages and serve industrial development.
Hanoi, HCMC and other localities threatened by air pollution must take dilapidated vehicles off their roads, the government has said in a directive.
Russia is looking to restart commercial flights later this month with Vietnam, India, Finland and Qatar after certain epidemiological criteria are met.
A ferry route connecting Can Gio District in Ho Chi Minh City and Vung Tau, a popular beach city in the southern province of Ba Ria-Vung Tau, is expected to be put into service on January 4.
Pads lighter than designed have been used for supporting beams in HCMC’s metro line No.1. This could have caused cracks seen in October.
Vietnam’s southern metropolis will trial a public bicycle sharing scheme in an effort to limit private vehicles.
Hundreds of GrabBike riders on Monday turned off their app and gathered at the company’s office to protest its increased commission rate after the government raised tax.
After several delays, a new ferry service connecting HCMC’s coastal district Can Gio to resort town Vung Tau will enter operation next month.
Vietnam’s southern metropolis is rated among the world’s worst in terms of environment and public transport infrastructure by expats, a global survey has found.
Imposing tolls and fees on private vehicles is a drastic but necessary measure to fund and promote public transportation, experts say.
The government is studying the possibility of a railway from Phnom Penh to Bavet town, the Cambodian-Vietnamese international border checkpoint.
Fifty one coaches meant for HCMC’s first metro line have been shipped from Japan and are expected to arrive in the city next Thursday.