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.
Minister warns of sacking officials who allow overloaded heavy vehicles to ply roads.
The railway networks in Cambodia and Thailand will be officially connected in March, the Transport Minister recently announced.
Transport Minister confirms a repairing project of road leading to Koh Kong province.
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.
Electronic data interchange to be enabled in Cambodia’s main ports by April 2021.
Transport Minister says Japan government will not cut infrastructure financing.
Government reassures the automated gateway transit system will be built as planned.
Transport Minister announces that barriers will be put in place at some crossings.
Department identifies 182 points in the capital to be targeted for traffic jam reductions.
All citizens are called to respect traffic laws and wear good-quality helmets since traffic deaths mostly involved motorcyclists.
Greater Mekong Subregion countries reach an agreement for road transport permits.
Weighing stations threatened with legal action after footage points to corruption.