The line of cars followed each other back to their hometown for the holidays of April 30 and May 1, the roads of Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City were blocked
April 29 is the last working day before the holidays of April 30 and May 1. This year, due to a long holiday (from April 30 to the end of May 3), many people take the opportunity to return to their hometown or travel early.
At Hanoifrom 5 pm, the number of tourists flocked to My Dinh, Nuoc Ngam and Giap Bat wharves… and on the gateway roads were more crowded than usual.
As noted by PV, at My Dinh bus station, people flocked to the station to catch the bus back to their hometown on the occasion of April 30 and May 1, very crowded.
From outside Pham Hung Street in front of the bus station gate, people bring their belongings and rush to the station to catch the bus
Outside the corridor waiting for buses and coaches was crowded with people waiting for the bus to leave the station.
Picture at 5pm on Khuat Duy Tien street, the traffic is full of traffic
Motorcycles jostle each other on the sidewalk on Khuat Duy Tien Street
Roads up and down Ring Road 3 are congested
Both above and below the 3rd ring line
Giai Phong Street, where there are 2 large bus stations, Nuoc Ngam and Giap Bat, the number of vehicles is so crowded that both directions are blocked.
The later in the afternoon, the number of vehicles pouring into the street is getting more and more crowded
Nguyen Trai Street is congested for a long time
In Phap Van – Tu Hiep area (Thanh Tri, Hanoi) there is a long traffic jam
Cars go in 5-6 rows at a very slow speed. In the opposite direction, the vehicles circulate normally.
In Ho Chi Minh CityMany people leave the city to return to their hometown for holidays and travel, causing many roads to be congested, bus stations, and airports crowded.
On the afternoon of April 29, vehicles were crowded on the Hanoi Highway (Thu Duc City) towards Mai Chi Tho to get on the highway leading to Ho Chi Minh City – Long Thanh – Dau Giay.
Vehicles are crowded together moving on Cong Hoa street – the gateway to Tan Son Nhat airport
The traffic police force has been strengthened to regulate vehicles through the intersections of the Tan Son Nhat airport gateway area
Being on holiday, many passengers come to Tan Son Nhat airport to return to their hometown and travel, making this place crowded.
According to the Southern Airport Authority, according to the latest flight schedules of airlines, from April 29 to May 4, on average, there will be about 700 flights to and from Tan Son Nhat airport every day. Passengers are expected to receive about 105,000 times a day, of which the international terminal will receive about 13,000 and the domestic terminal will receive about 92,000.
People leave Ho Chi Minh City to return to their hometown, travel on the occasion of the holiday, causing the gateway to Mien Dong bus station (Binh Thanh district) to be congested.
Inside the Eastern bus station, there are many people waiting for the bus to leave the station to go home. At the bus station, the security force was strengthened to ensure security as well as guide people to the area of the garage.
Most of the passengers return to the central provinces and the Central Highlands.
The waiting area in the bus station is almost empty
People are eager to return to their hometown on the occasion of the holiday
Mr. Tran Thanh Viet – Deputy Head of Sales Department of Eastern Bus Station said that on the occasion of April 30 – May 1, passenger demand increased, in which the Central region and the Central Highlands occupied the majority of the bus station. Mien Dong has built a plan to serve passengers. According to Mr. Viet, today, about 35,000 passengers are expected to travel through the bus station, equivalent to the same period last year.
Passengers were crowded at Mien Dong bus station on the afternoon of April 29 to return to their hometown for a holiday.
Meanwhile, on National Highway 1 (the section through Cai Lay district, Tien Giang province) traffic jams lasted many kilometers. In the evening, the traffic jam became more and more serious, causing many vehicles to be “buried”.
“I moved from Ho Chi Minh City to An Giang, but when I arrived in Tien Giang, I was stuck in traffic, cars were waiting in line. The traffic jam lasted for many hours, it took me nearly 4 hours, but only a few kilometers, “said Do Dai tiredly.
Long traffic jam on Pham Van Dong street intersecting with Le Quang Dinh (Binh Thanh district) on the evening of April 29
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