It is common to see a range of bus shelters in Hanoi turned into food and water stalls.
This has been happening for a long time, but local authorities have not taken any actions to crack down.
Many people feel uncomfortable when sitting at bus shelters which are being used for other purposes.
There are also traffic safety risks.
At a bus shelter on Cau Giay Street
A canvas is even hung at a bus shelter near Thu Le Zoo to sell drinks
Litter pollutes the environment
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