The Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee has issued a new decision to reduce the number of streets whose sidewalks are allowed to be used for business activities to only 13, as compared to 112 previously.
A roadside in HCMC Photo: Tuoi Tre
Of the 13 streets, 11 are located in District 5, including Pham Don, Hai Thuong Lan Ong, Phu Dong Thien Vuong, Do Ngoc Thach, Duong Tu Giang, Ta Uyen, Phung Hung, Lao Tu, Ha Ton Quyen, Tan Thanh and Pham Huu Chi; and two in District 6, namely Tran Binh and Le Tan Ke.
The authorities also cut down the number of streets whose pavements are used for parking lots from 160 down to 119.
In addition, the number of streets whose roadways are used for parking is reduced from the current 73 to 36, but the authorities allow parking on 15 other streets.
Thus, the total number of streets whose roadways are allowed to be used for parking is now 52.
These re-arrangements are part of the authorities’ efforts to improve traffic safety and ease congestion.
This decision took effect on August 7.
Source: Tuoi Tre News
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