HCM City accelerating work on bus rapid transit route Society

HCM City accelerating work on bus rapid transit route

A number of bidding packages under the Green Transport Development Project, to develop a new Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) corridor in HCM City, are scheduled to be kick started in the fourth quarter of 2021, according to the HCM City Management Board for Traffic Works Construction and Investment.
HCM City speeds up work on first bus rapid transit route Society

HCM City speeds up work on first bus rapid transit route

The Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee has urged the city’s Management Authority for Urban Railways (MAUR), the Management Board for Traffic Works Construction and Investment and relevant agencies to speed up implementation of the first bus rapid transit route (BRT No 1), which will connect with Metro Line No 1.
HCM City to improve access to public transport Society

HCM City to improve access to public transport

The Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee has approved a project worth nearly 400 trillion VND (17.3 billion USD) on improving access to public transport and limiting the use of personal vehicles over the next decade, according to the People’s Committee’s Office.
HCM City cuts costs for first BRT route Society

HCM City cuts costs for first BRT route

Investment for Ho Chi Minh City’s first Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) route extending 25km between the city’s eastern and western sections has been cut by 13 million USD to 143 million USD by the municipal People’s Committee.
HCM City told to focus efforts on transport Society

HCM City told to focus efforts on transport

Transit-oriented development (TOD) is a strategic solution that could help Ho Chi Minh City address its current challenges and develop a sustainable transport network, which would help create a smart and liveable city, said the director of the municipal Department of Transport, Tran Quang Lam.
Hanoi plans solutions to increase public transport use Society

Hanoi plans solutions to increase public transport use

Authorities in Hanoi have announced a plan to charge vehicles in downtown areas to increase the use of public transport, according to a decision signed by Chairman of the Hanoi People's Committee Nguyen Duc Chung recently.