Though domestic flights have resumed on some routes after two months of being grounded, many lack enough passengers to fly.
Hanoi will resume bus lines at limited capacity starting next week, the municipal People’s Committee said Tuesday.
Tomorrow, Vietnam’s domestic flights are set to resume. The country’s Civil Aviation Authority has given the green light after banning domestic flight ticket sales at the end of August.
Cambodia and Vietnam have boosted the possibility of building an expressway linking the two countries at the border after the two countries discussed the issue yesterday.
The Ministry of Transport decided Friday to suspend flights from HCMC to Thua Thien-Hue and Quang Nam Provinces as Covid-19 infections rise at an alarming rate in the city.
HCMC will suspend traditional and ride-hailing taxi services, public buses and inter-provincial buses from Sunday as a preventive measure against the spread of Covid-19.
IPP Air Cargo, Vietnam’s first cargo airline, would fly to 16 local destinations and a number of foreign ones, and break even in three years, its chairman told VnExpress.
After missing several deadlines, land acquisition for HCMC’s metro line No.2 is now expected to be completed by the end of this year.
Vietnam’s government will build 4,000 kilometres (km) expressway under the private-public partnership (PPP) model across the country by 2030 as part of the national expressway network.
Fares on Hanoi’s first metro will range from VND8,000-15,000 ($0.35-0.65).
HCMC has decided to end cooperation with the primary consultant for metro line No. 2 after failing to reach agreement on renewing an independent consultant contract.
For visitors to Vietnam, one of the most striking images is that of the bustling roads, with a huge number of motorbikes battling for space with cars, trucks and public transport.
Investment in infrastructure is vital if Vietnam is to remain on the path to eventual high-income status.
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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