Gov’t to postpone implementation of heftier fines for traffic offenders until May 1.
The government issues a new sub-decree which increases fines for traffic violators.
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.
Nearly 20 killed and 60 injured in traffic accidents over past two two days of the Pchum Ben festival.
A female student is killed in a traffic accident involving three vehicles in Phnom Penh’s Sen Sok district.
A mobile traffic police unit to monitor National Road 4 and 5 in four provinces.
Traffic police starts issuing fines to motorcyclists travelling without helmets following a grace period since July 22.
According to the Global Status Report on Road Safety 2018 by the World Health Organization (WHO), 1.35 million people lose their lives each year as a result of traffic accidents. Between 20 and 50 million more people suffer life-changing injuries.
Authorities close the traffic on a flooded section of National Road 3 in Preah Sihanouk.
Under the sponsorship of Japanese government, the city bus service for Phnom Penh was launched in 2014. Almost two million Phnom Penh residents are now being served with the most helpful public service which aimed at reducing the traffic congestion.
National Police chief orders the creation of mobile traffic police units to address the rising problem of road accidents.
Taing Rinith brings you on a train ride to the country’s coastal region. It will be a journey you will not forget, he writes.
Interior Minister calls to continue efforts on a month-long helmet campaign .
The Japan International Cooperation Agency concludes a feasibility study on the AGT.
Preah Sihanouk Provincial Court has charged eight people suspected of violating criminal and traffic laws after they were arrested during a land dispute protest on National Road 4 in the province’s Prey Nop district last week.
Interior Minister orders traffic police to take sterner action against traffic law violators.
A group of Chinese experts has begun feasibility studies on a monorail project.
Interior Minister concerned that Cambodia may not meet UN goal of halving fatal traffic accidents.
Traffic Control Centre completes a project aimed at improving traffic conditions.
China will extend winter anti-smog measuresfor a third successive winter.
City Hall says that traffic congestion in the capital remains a major problem because many people do not use public buses.
National Police have set up special intervention teams to help solve traffic problems in jam-prone areas in the capital.
City Hall bans people from using public sidewalks to carry out businesses activities.
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of the Interior, Sar Kheng, warned that the number of traffic deaths could double in 2019 if Cambodia does not take measures to prevent/reduce traffic accidents.
Living in a crowded and busy city like Phnom Penh could be a pain in the neck – metaphorically and literally – due to pollution and severe traffic congestion.
Bangladesh has initiated a fortnightly traffic discipline programme.
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.
Preah Sihanouk provincial authorities have ordered all construction owners not to leave their materials on the roads as they obstruct traffic flow, warning the materials will be confiscated after a December 20 deadline.
To become a good driver, one does not only need to master the vehicle but the roads as well. And a good driver – a really good one – knows how to religiously follow traffic rules and ensure his and other drivers’ safety on the road.