A number of expats have told Tuoi Tre News how they feel about walking in Ho Chi Minh City and how living in the city is a struggle for pedestrians. A number of expats have told Tuoi Tre News how they feel about walking in Ho Chi Minh City and how living in the city is a struggle for pedestrians. The comments were made after a story by Tuoi Tre News featuring the idea of the Ho Chi Minh City administration, whereby it is considering calling on its residents, particularly public servants, to walk to school or work and contribute to efforts to curb traffic congestion. City-dwellers should take up walking if they live within 3km from schools or workplaces, the city’s deputy chairman, Le Van Khoa, suggested. Would be easy, if… I think many people commute from outer districts, so walking is not really an option. In my opinion, improving mass transit systems and encouraging people to use public transportation, combined with walking, would be a good solution. Also, taxing personal vehicles similar to Singapore could help as they take up a lot of space on the road. I walk often in District 1. While some of the sidewalks…
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