Volunteers help smooth commuting in Harbin
A campaign with 28 tasks in four categories initiated by Harbin’s traffic management bureau has achieved significant results in facilities upgrading, order control, safety publicity, accident prevention and services.
So far in 2017 the campaign has dealt with and investigated 2.09 million traffic violations. The rate of traffic accidents involving heavy-duty trucks has decreased by 31.35 percent compared with 2016.
Five thousand traffic publicity posters were sent to institutions such as long-distance passenger transportation companies, travel agencies, school bus units and car rental outlets. Traffic safety classes have been introduced to 379 schools in Harbin. The city also sent 5.55 million text messages about safe travel to people on holidays, engaged in major activities, or exposed to bad weather.
To better promote orderly travel, the Municipal Public Security Traffic Management Bureau has organized 1,200 public servants, residents, drivers, driving school students and volunteers to help every day with traffic at 162 junctions.
Harbin’s Xiangfang district is bringing city administration into the digital age, establishing the first WeChat city administration monitoring platform in Heilongjiang province.
Harbin has issued a guideline to promote the rapid and sound development of its advertising industry.
The Harbin government has issued new guidance to promote the integration of industrial development in the city's rural areas.
The Harbin city government will allocate 1 billion yuan ($1.45 billion) to a fund for supporting the industrial development of its New District.