Municipal police are considering implementing high-tech security cameras.
Transport Minister Sun Chanthol asks for annual budget to increase to $2 million.
Road safety is a big issue every long holiday season in Thailand. Authorities always come up with fresh ideas to curb traffic accidents that claim hundreds of lives over major holiday periods. The death toll from road accidents during each Songkran or New Year festival can reach 300-400 a year.
PM urges civil servants and members of the armed forces to seek moral education.
CYP president Pich Sros wants Commerce & Information Ministries to be questioned over alcohol advertisements by Supreme Consultative Council
Number of garment workers who died in accidents sharply dropped, says report.
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.
A total of 17,264 Chinese motorists are banned from driving for life in 2018.
Interior Minister warns that the number of fatalities in traffic accidents could double this year if preventative measures are not taken.
Nearly 1,800 people died and 5,000 were injured in traffic accidents last year, an annual report showed yesterday.
5,118 people died in traffic accidents in Ethiopia during 2017/18 fiscal year.
Three political parties criticise the ruling CPP for its failure to implement laws effectively.
Despite an increase in traffic law enforcement and awareness, traffic deaths continued to plague the country during the first six months of 2018.
National Police order to inspect all international driver’s licenses and strengthen the process to obtain a Cambodian license.
Five people die and nine are injured in separate traffic accidents in Siem Reap and Svay Rieng, including an entire family.
Traffic accidents involving garment workers have declined, report says.
With the Khmer New Year arriving at the end of this week, senior government officials calls for motorists to be extra careful.
“Drink Don’t Drive” campaign to reduce traffic accidents in Cambodia.
Nearly 40 people died and 70 injured over the three-day Chinese New Year.
Prime Minister Hun Sen calls on people to drive carefully over the coming Chinese New Year in order to avoid traffic accidents.
Authorities cracks down on nearly 500 illegally modified trucks to allow overloading.
Authorities cracks down on nearly 500 illegally modified trucks.
Transport Minister orders all road construction companies to install signs at their worksites to avoid traffic accidents.
The Labour Ministry is planning to launch a national policy to cut the number of traffic accidents involving workers.
Labour Ministry creates an incentive programme to award good drivers, to reduce the number of traffic accidents.
More than 100 foreign nationals died in Cambodia last year, an immigration department official said this week.
I note with some irony the story in Khmer Times last Thursday titled “District governor warned over traffic”.
From January to October there were 2,985 traffic accidents that caused 1,469 deaths and 4,530 injuries.
More than 1,350 people died in traffic accidents in the first nine months of the year.
Sar Kheng asks officials to investigate drivers of motorbikes under 125cc.