Thousands of vehicles flock to Hanoi after holiday break

Lines of people poured back into Hanoi on Sunday afternoon after the four-day holiday break, causing congestion at many streets, especially on highways into the capital city.

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Thousands of vehicles flock to Hanoi after holiday break
(Photo: Bao Tin Tuc)

On May 2 afternoon, countless people with full backpacks drove back to Hanoi to resume working.

Thousands of vehicles flock to Hanoi after holiday break
(Photo: Bao Tin Tuc)

Those families with small children set off early to avoid traffic jams.

Thousands of vehicles flock to Hanoi after holiday break
(Photo: Bao Tin Tuc)

Giai Phong street was more crowded in the afternoon.

Thousands of vehicles flock to Hanoi after holiday break
(Photo: Bao Tin Tuc)

Given the favorable weather, motorbike was the vehicle of choice for many families.

Thousands of vehicles flock to Hanoi after holiday break
(Photo: Bao Tin Tuc)

In the meantime, buses were all full of passengers.

Thousands of vehicles flock to Hanoi after holiday break
(Photo: Bao Tin Tuc)

The large number of vehicles on the Phap Van and Cau Gie highways caused congestion for hours.

Thousands of vehicles flock to Hanoi after holiday break
(Photo: Bao Tin Tuc)

Traffic police were on the street to regulate traffic.

Thousands of vehicles flock to Hanoi after holiday break
(Photo: Bao Tin Tuc)

Commuters were still struggling with the congestion in late afternoon.

Thousands of vehicles flock to Hanoi after holiday break
(Photo: Bao Tin Tuc)

Vehicles inched through the jam-packed street.

Thousands of vehicles flock to Hanoi after holiday break
(Photo: Bao Tin Tuc)

One young man rode his mo