The morning of February 17 (ie the 6th day of the New Year) is the first working day of the year of Tan Suu 2021, many roads leading to the center of Ho Chi Minh City often happen with traffic jams, but today is clear, there is no congestion at rush hour.
Recognizing the peak of the morning on February 17, Highway 13 – the northeast gateway to Ho Chi Minh City, which is often congested during peak hours, is now open to traffic. Photo: Minh Quan
From Binh Trieu Bridge to the center of Ho Chi Minh City, traffic is more crowded than other roads, but pedestrians are still comfortable. Photo: Minh Quan
Traffic around the East bus station area is also quite clear, there is no longer the scene of long queues waiting to enter the drop off station. Photo: Minh Quan
The number of visitors this year returning to Ho Chi Minh City via Mien Dong bus station is much lower than the same period last year. Because of the COVID-19 epidemic, people hesitate to travel by bus. In addition, students in Ho Chi Minh City quit school until the end of February, so they have not returned to school. Photo: Minh Quan
Dinh Bo Linh Street (Binh Thanh District) is usually an obsession with people when traveling at peak hours is still open on the 6th day of Tet. Photo: Minh Quan
Dien Bien Phu Street, the eastern gateway of Ho Chi Minh City to the city center today, is also very open, with little traffic. Photo: Minh Quan
The main roads to the center of Ho Chi Minh City are vast. Photo: Minh Quan
Traffic at Hang Xanh intersection (Binh Thanh district) is clear, traffic density is quite low.
Kenh Te Bridge (connecting District 7 and District 4) is called “the longest bridge in Ho Chi Minh City” because of serious traffic jams at peak hours on both sides of the bridge, but this morning the bridge is wide and wide, with traffic. through easy.
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