Police officers set up barricades, stood at Tran Phu and Dien Bien Phu streets and patrolled and reminded cafes next to the train.
According to a post of VnExpress, at 8:30 am this morning, when the tourists went to the café shops along railway tracks, dozens of police officers who were stationed here requested them to turn out. The shop owners are asked not to place tables and chairs next to the rails and commit not to occupy sidewalks and railways.
On October 7, the Hanoi People’s Committee issued a written directing to strictly handle violations of railway corridor and requiring the district to complete this mission before October 12 according to the request of the Ministry of Transport.
The solution proposed by some business households is to make their own barriers, paint lines and ask visitors to stand inside to ensure safety. In case a business household violates the law and lets customers stand on the rails, it will be fined or banned from doing business.