VietNamNet Bridge – With HCM City authorities considering an increase in the number of hours that mini trucks are banned in the inner city, businesses are worried about its fallout. Mini-trucks run from National Highway No1 A to HCM City’s An Suong Intersection. The city is considering banning mini trucks from 6am to 8pm which is said to negatively affect the delivery of goods every day from producers to small production units, restaurants and shops in the city. — Photo: VNA/VNS At a meeting at the beginning of this month to discuss the transportation situation in the first half of this year, the chairman of the city People’s Committee, Nguyen Thanh Phong, urged the Department of Transport to consider banning mini trucks from 6am to 8pm. Since last March they have been banned from 6am to 8am and 4pm to 8pm, but according to the police, at other hours they come into the city and cause severe traffic jams. The city has around 210,000 trucks. Soon after news about the meeting was published in the media, enterprises reacted strongly, with most saying the longer ban would hit them severely since they supply goods every day to many small production units,… Read full this story
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