NA mulls transport and internet issues (15-08-2009) HA NOI — Traffic congestion and online gaming took the spotlight at a question and answer session at the 22nd session of the National Assembly Standing Committee yesterday. Minister of Transport Ho Nghia Dung was the first one to take the floor in response to queries concerning the operation of toll stations, traffic congestion in big cities and sluggish progress in executing transport works. Deputy Chu Son Ha from Ha Noi asked the minister why ring road 3 in Ha Noi remained unfinished after eight years of implementation. Dung said part of the project, the section linking My Dinh with Linh Dam Peninsula, was nearly complete. The remaining 380m-section at Thanh Xuan bottleneck needed to be re-designed because it overlapped with a sky train project, he said. According to the minister, ring road 3 project had to be readjusted because it had been approved too early, in 2001. He also said the ministry was authorised to make the changes. In response to a query from deputy Nguyen Thi Hoa from Ha Noi about how to ensure traffic safety for people when constructing roads, Dung said it was a requirement for project investors. However,…
- NA mulls cutting road fees
- Ease of lockdown in Lagos, FCT: FG mulls another lockdown
- Reports on child abuse just the tip of the iceberg: NA Standing Committee
- Hand sanitiser on trains, markers on platforms and one-way systems on the cards for transport after lockdown
- Income tax, disease control on NA agenda
- Maritime transport, logistics target N78 trillion revenue by 2023
- Microsoft Office 365: US issues security alert over rushed remote deployments
- OMS alerta para problemas de abastecimento em meio a coronavírus e pede mais voos
- Will the pandemic map a new course for autonomous cars?
- The Kink in Elon Musk’s Hyperloop
NA mulls transport and internet issues have 293 words, post on at August 14, 2009. This is cached page on IT Breaking News. If you want remove this page, please contact us.