Transport Minister says more than 300,000 vehicles across the country have undergone safety inspections.
Transport Minister instructs all ministry officials to maintain professionalism at work.
Road repair companies to be blacklisted if they fail to uphold technical standards.
Transport Minister orders a company to remove six consultants overseeing work on a road over failure to ensure quality.
The Public Works and Transport Ministry on Monday reminded motorists and transport companies to send their vehicles for roadworthiness checks and follow traffic laws to avoid being penalized.
Sun Chanthol, President of the Khmer Swimming Federation, meets with a delegation of 25 coaches and swimmers.
Plans to spend approximately $200 million to prevent wastewater from flowing into the sea.
A group of Chinese experts is in Cambodia to conduct a study on port development.
Transport Minister Sun Chanthol asks for annual budget to increase to $2 million.
In a bid to curb traffic accidents involving tuk-tuk and rickshaw drivers, Transport Minister Sun Chanthol yesterday called on all unlicensed drivers to attend road safety training and obtain a license within three months.
Cambodia will receive a train engine and passenger cars from Thailand.
Swimming federation is to increase resources outside of the Cambodian capital.
Minister warns of sacking officials who allow overloaded heavy vehicles to ply roads.
An agreement with 3 construction companies to commence renovations on N. Road 5.
The railway networks in Cambodia and Thailand will be officially connected in March, the Transport Minister recently announced.
The Transport Ministry repaired more roads last year when compared to work done in 2017, according to its annual report.
An expressway that connects Phnom Penh and Sihanoukville is set to be constructed.
Container traffic at Cambodia’s main ports increased significantly in 2018, according to port authorities.
Transport Ministry announces that it booked nearly 3,000 overloaded trucks last year.
The Transport Ministry today announced that it booked nearly 3,000 overloaded trucks throughout the Kingdom last year, an increase of 11 percent compared to 2017.
The Ministry of Public Works launches the Road Care mobile application in order to encourage citizens to report damaged roads.
China’s Belt and Road Initiative plays a crucial role in connecting China to Cambodia.
Public Works Ministry to repair damaged roads in Siem Reap with about $15 million.
The three-day 2018 National Swimming Championships concludes.
Transport Ministry to launch an app for residents to report road damage.
$19 billion worth of projects contained in the logistics masterplan are expected.
The swimming pool at the National Olympic Stadium in Phnom Penh is set to undergo a $2 million renovation.
Transport Minister confirms a repairing project of road leading to Koh Kong province.
The Transport Ministry is looking into alleged corruption involving 14 sacked ministry officials who were tasked with overseeing container truck weighing stations across a number of National Roads.
The launch of the water taxi and rail services this year enhanced the government’s credibility and served as an example of the efforts made by the authorities to provide good services to the public, said Transport Minister Sun Chanthol to Khmer Times in an exclusive interview.