Eleven people died in traffic accidents during this year’s Khmer New Year.
Number of accidents rose by 32% and the death toll jumped by 27%: Report.
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National Police chief orders the creation of mobile traffic police units to address the rising problem of road accidents.
Interior Minister concerned that Cambodia may not meet UN goal of halving fatal traffic accidents.
Traffic Police Department calls on motorists to refrain from fleeing accident scenes.
The Interior Ministry’s traffic police department said at least 29 people were killed and 65 others injured in traffic accidents during the three-day Chinese New Year break.
There were over 3,000 traffic accidents from November last year.
There were more than 3,000 traffic accidents resulting in nearly 2,000 fatalities and more than 5,000 injuries from November last year until November this year, according to a report obtained today.
Five people die and 14 are injured daily in road accidents, Interior Minister Sar Kheng said on Saturday.
The Transport Ministry launches the Kingdom’s first-ever heavy truck driving centre in a bid to reduce accidents.
The Pchum Ben festival (Oct 8 – 10) has seen the Department of Traffic Police and Public Order report 53 traffic accidents country-wide. These accidents caused 28 deaths and 85 injuries, 65 of which were serious.
According to a NSSF report, 16 garment workers died and hundreds of others were injured in more than 800 traffic accidents during the first half of the year.
Phnom Penh Governor announces an immediate ban on large trucks plying roads.
Government announces the creation of a national committee tasked with improving safety standards on construction sites.
At least 11 people die when a fuel tanker collided with a bus in Sanandaj, the capital of Iran’s Kurdistan province.
NACD secretary-general General Meas Vyrith speaks with Khmer Times about the campaign against drugs.
The Ministry of Public Works and Transport has introduced new road signs in a bid to aid driver safety and reduce traffic accidents.
Transport Minister announces that barriers will be put in place at some crossings.
The Transport Ministry calls for people to pay attention to oncoming trains.
Over 400 people died in accidents in Thailand over the traditional new year holiday.
Nearly 50 people are killed in traffic accidents over a five-day period that coincided with the Khmer New Year.
The Siem Reap provincial authority has banned the sale and use of water guns.
Phnom Penh City Hall has installed nearly 500 street lights along Hun Sen Boulevard.
Interior Minister calls for people to not use violence against who cause traffic accident.
All citizens are called to respect traffic laws and wear good-quality helmets since traffic deaths mostly involved motorcyclists.
One more suspect was arrested over his involvement in beating and inciting others to beat university professor Suy Samreth.
PM calls on monks to educate people to respect traffic laws and avoid drug use.
Tour agents with the Apsara Authority aided 40 tourists who suffered accidents.