Ministry is encouraging drivers to use new licence plates displaying QR codes.
TRAFFIC to make your skin crawl – everyone’s nightmare in a big city. Especially when it makes a daily 20-minute – tuk-tuk or motodop – commute take two hours.
Traffic police officers are called to crack down on helmetless motorbike drivers.
In fact, the cut was made regardless of the petition as a thank you to Grab drivers for their hard work.
City Hall calls for PassApp rickshaw drivers and the company to negotiate a solution.
Nearly 200 PassApp rickshaw drivers hold a second day of protests in Phnom Penh.
Nearly 200 PassApp drivers today held a second day of protests in Phnom Penh to demand that the company drop plans to cut charges for trips.
Drivers and passengers will also enjoy the silence inside the car thanks to its German engineering quality which reduce both noise and vibration.
8,487 drivers of rickshaws and tuk-tuks have taken a free traffic law course.
Interior Minister calls on transportation companies to conduct drug tests on drivers after spate of fatal accidents.
More than 600 tuk-tuk and rickshaw drivers using ride-hailing apps flocked to the capital over the past two weeks to attend free training courses on traffic rules provided by City Hall.
City Hall starts a free traffic law training course for tuk-tuk and rickshaw drivers.
Svay Rieng Court sentences 2 taxi drivers to life in jail and $60,000 in compensation for gang-raping and murdering a casino worker.
Over 30 sacked drivers of the Capitol Transport Company urge Phnom Penh Court to reject the company’s claim for compensation.
Taxi drivers across Spain were set to keep striking against ride hailing competitors such as Uber and Cabify, which they say unfairly threaten their livelihoods after government negotiations ended without a deal.
Taxi drivers across Spain joined a strike against ride hailing competitors such as Uber and Cabify.
Gunmen shot dead 11 taxi drivers returning to Johannesburg from the funeral of a colleague in Kwa-Zulu Natal.
Promised discounts from Sokimex stations and cheaper service fees from the Grab.
Women in Saudi Arabia took to the roads at midnight yesterday, ushering in the end of the world’s last ban on female drivers, long seen as an emblem of women’s repression in the deeply conservative Muslim kingdom.
For logistic drivers, nothing spoils a day quite like an unexpected breakdown.
Official says about 20% of truck drivers for garment workers did not have a licence.
About 30 taxi drivers block a border gate in response to Thai authorities stopping them from transporting their passengers.
Hundreds of Indonesian motorcycle taxi drivers call for an end to low online fares.
France’s rail says that the rolling strikes had already cost it around 100 million euros.
Work is never easy – but it is especially difficult for a person to work efficiently in the absence of a shelter over their head, where they could rest their weary bones after yet another hard day’s work under the unforgiving sun as the mercury begins to rise across Cambodia.
PM says public buses in Phnom Penh would be free for citizens during Khmer New Year.
Tuk-tuk drivers hoping that a customer will respond to their hails for a ride.