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SaiGon GP English 3 week(s) ago
Transport Minister Truong Quang Nghia yesterday ordered relevant agencies in coordination with local governments to install speed limit signs in accident blackspots - places where road traffic accidents have historically been concentrated.
Keywords: AccidentstrafficSignshistoricallyinstallGovernmentsThe Directorate
Báo Tuổi Trẻ English 2 month(s) ago
Motorbike riders will be allowed to use the emergency lane of a four-kilometer entrance ramp of the Ho Chi Minh City – Long Thanh – Dau Giay Expressway in southern Vietnam this weekend.
Keywords: Long ThanhThe Ho Chi Minh CityentranceVietnam Thisweekendenlargemotorbike
Báo Tuổi Trẻ English 4 month(s) ago
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Authorities in Ho Chi Minh City are considering lowering the maximum speed on certain routes citywide in a bid to reduce traffic accidents across the southern metropolis.
Báo Tuổi Trẻ English 5 month(s) ago
A new set of national standards on traffic signs effective from Tuesday will change commuters’ experience on Vietnam’s roads.
Báo Đầu Tư English 7 month(s) ago
MADRID: The train that derailed and killed four people in Spain was travelling at 118 kilometres per hour, a court said on Tuesday (Sep 13) based on information from its black boxes, on a track that allowed just 30 kph.
The chairman of HCM City People’s Committee has asked all city districts to strengthen enforcement of traffic laws as the number of accidents and fatalities rose dramatically in the first seven months of the year.
Keywords: AccidentstrafficTraffic Safety BoardTraffic SafetyDistrictsVietnam Newsdramatically
Báo Thanh Niên English 10 month(s) ago
A file photo of tourists boarding a bus to Cambodia at Vietnam's Moc Bai border gate in the southern province of Tay Ninh. Photo: Duong Phan
Keywords: Moc BaiTay NinhgateJapanese OdaDau Tuhalve
SaiGon GP English 10 month(s) ago
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The Vietnamese government decided to increase fines for traffic violation to deter people from breach the law. The new regulation takes effects on August 1.
Keywords: trafficDriversdecreeFinesdrivedeterThe Vietnamese Government
Báo Tuổi Trẻ English 13 month(s) ago
Da Nang’s Party Secretary has promised to relieve a number of officials, including its transport department's director, of their posts if accident rates in the city fail to fall.
Keywords: AccidentstransportNguyen XuantrafficParty SecretaryrelieveTransport Department
Keywords: Truong Tan SangVascomarchCoast GuardTechcombankHung Vuong UniversityOlympics
Báo Thanh Niên English 13 month(s) ago
The sports car was badly damaged in the accident. Photo credit: VEC
Keywords: crashseriouslyVietnam Expressway CorporationstripDien Bien Phu StreetLong ThanhThe Ho Chi Minh City
VietnamNet English 14 month(s) ago
VietNamNet Bridge – Minister of Transport Dinh La Thang has had no other choice but to issue an ultimatum for the Directorate for Roads of Vietnam to remove unjustified speed limit traps that have become a nightmare for motorists.
Keywords: SignsThe DirectoratetrafficspeedMotoriststransportThang
Báo Tuổi Trẻ English 15 month(s) ago
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A court in the central city of Da Nang handed down an 11-year sentence to a bus driver who recklessly exceeded the speed limit and caused an accident which claimed seven lives last year.
Keywords: PhuongThe RoadToyota CamryHai Chau DistrictrecklesslyCentral CityQuang Tri
VietnamNet English 15 month(s) ago
VietNamNet Bridge – Transport departments and agents across the country have been asked to remove all 50km per hour (kmph) speed limit signs on national highways by the end of January.
Keywords: SignsspeedThe DirectoratetransportVietnam Newsreviewsign
VOV News English 15 month(s) ago
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The speed limit in urban areas in Vietnam will be increased by 10kph from the current level in March, when a Ministry of Transport circular takes effect.
Keywords: speedIn MarchvaryWhereasrailA Ministry
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