Hanoi streets jammed after morning rain
Nhat Minh 11:22, 2020/05/12
Many roads and streets in the city were stacked after the morning rain.

This morning [May 12], the heavy rain made dwellers in Hanoian hard to move during rush hours.

Many roads and streets in the city of eight million people have become stacked since the restrictions on social distancing have been lifted.

 Cau Giay street filled with vehicles from 7:00
 Cau Giay - Xuan Thuy is a route with high traffic density
 Nguyen Chi Thanh overpass area at the rush hour
 Dao Tan street, Ba Dinh district at 7:30
 People fluttering in raincoats, taking their children to school
Vehicles stop at the traffic lights on Nguyen Chi Thanh street 
 Lang street was stuck in a whole kilometer
 Thai Ha street filled with many vehicles
 Tran Phu - Nguyen Trai route is crowed in every rush hour.
  Many motorcycles moved on the sidewalk
 On the overpass of Nga Tu So, vehicles from Thuong Dinh side to the Royal City urban area struggling with the traffic congestion.
 Nguyen Trai street towards the center at 7:45
 Vo Chi Cong road at 8:00. Photo: Pham Hung

Photos: Hoang Hiep – Thanh Luan (Kinh te & Do thi)

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