Crime and law enforcement

Traffic violation

Transport minister issues measures to reduce traffic accidents

Minister of Transport Nguyễn Văn Thể has issued a plan to improve traffic safety for 2019, which details measures to raise public awareness and compliance with traffic rules, among others. The plan aims to reduce traffic accidents and related casualties by 10 percent compared to ...

VNS Reporter
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Traffic accidents drop 8.2% in 10 months

As many as 14,845 traffic accidents have been reported during the first 10 months of this year, killing 6,674 people and injuring 11,549 others, according to the General Statistics Office of Vietnam (GSO).Keep reading ...

VietnamNet Reporter

Traffic congestion costs Hanoi $1.2bn a year

Hanoi is losing $1-1.2bn a year due to traffic congestion according to the Transport And Development Strategy Institute under the Ministry of Transport.Keep reading ...

VietnamNet Reporter

Traffic accidents cause 50 trillion VND in losses to Vietnam a year

Losses caused by traffic accidents in Vietnam amount to 50 trillion VND (over 2.12 billion USD) each year, equivalent to 30 percent of budget spending on education, or 1. 5 million people going without income for the whole year. Keep reading ...

VNA Reporter

Vietnam jails another 10 SEZ law protestors for blocking traffic

A court in the central province of Binh Thuan sentenced Pham Sang, 26, to three years and six months in jail on Monday for disturbing public order during protests that broke out against the Special Economic Zones (SEZ) draft law on June 10 and 11. ...

Tu Huynh

Outdated infrastructure blamed for rail accidents

Outdated infrastructure, limited funds and operator negligence have been identified as the main causes serious accidents on the rail.Keep reading ...

VietnamNet Reporter

Road accidents worsen congestion in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta

A large number of people were still traveling back to Ho Chi Minh City from their hometowns in the Mekong Delta following the end of the Lunar New Year holiday, placing enormous pressure on National Highway 1.Keep reading ...

Duy Khang

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