DaraPay reaches a partnership agreement with the Ministry of Public Works.
In a bid to reduce costs for businesses and make Cambodian products more competitive, the government will eliminate several district-level agencies as well as Kampuchea Shipping Agency and Brokers, also known as Kamsab.
Aiming to reduce freight costs in the country, the Ministry of Public Works And Transport is considering building a logistics centre in Phnom Penh to make multimodal transportation more seamless.
Officials from the Ministry of Public Works and Transport and Japanese experts discuss the development of Cambodia’s ports.
The Ministry of Public Works launches the Road Care mobile application in order to encourage citizens to report damaged roads.
The government is considering building more stations in Phnom Penh’s water taxi system to enhance connectivity with Kandal.
The Ministry of Public Works is urging international shipping companies to consider reducing, or even dropping, fees.
Cambodia and Thailand are reviewing draft agreements for a transportation deal.
Cambodia’s global logistics performance ranking dropped 25 spots to 98th this year.
A “Road Safety Campaign for Children of Cambodia” is held at Kolap 1 Primary School, and gave out 894 helmets to selected students from Grades 1 to 6 last week.
Public Works Ministry signs a MoU to have it carry out a feasibility study for sewage and drainage systems.
Construction of Cambodia’s first-ever expressway is expected to start this year.
The Ministry of Public Works and Transport has introduced new road signs in a bid to aid driver safety and reduce traffic accidents.
The first waterway taxi in Phnom Penh came into service on Friday, carrying people from the northern part to Kandal.
The rail link from Phnom Penh International Airport to the city will be ready for service before the start of Khmer New Year.
The new online vehicle registration system has been a success, Ministry says.
Cambodia will have an automated gateway transit system ahead of 2023 – when the country is due to host the Southeast Asian Games.
Nippon Express is now eyeing an expansion of its operations in Cambodia.
Construction of expressway to Sihanoukville may begin pending negotiations.
Prime Minister Hun Sen orders the Ministry of Public Works to repair National Road 4.
The Chroy Changva Bridge will be temporarily closed for 21 months starting in early October to repair it at a cost of about $33 million.
A former senior government official with the Ministry of Public Works is being convicted for pocketing nearly $60,000 in fees.
Following protests the Ministry of Public Works and Transportation announces a halt to a railway project to Phnom Penh’s airport.