Training for all unlicensed truck drivers working at the Phnom Penh Autonomous Port.
Transport Ministry reminds motorists to send their vehicles for roadworthiness checks.
The Transport Ministry begins checking the licenses of truck driver.
The Cambodian-Japanese Friendship Bridge will be temporarily opened to ease traffic flow during Khmer New Year next month, a Public Works and Transport Ministry official said on Tuesday.
An agreement with 3 construction companies to commence renovations on N. Road 5.
The gov’t allows a Chinese company to develop over 11 hectares in Por Senchey.
The Transport Ministry repaired more roads last year when compared to work done in 2017, according to its annual report.
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.
Transport Ministry to launch an app for residents to report road damage.
The Transport Ministry launches the Kingdom’s first-ever heavy truck driving centre in a bid to reduce accidents.
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.
Phnom Penh Municipal Court on Friday tried a former government official with forging vehicle number plates and driving licenses to sell to foreigners for $20 to $30 each between 2012 and this year.
Promised discounts from Sokimex stations and cheaper service fees from the Grab.
Transport Ministry to improve the automobile inspection and registration system.
An extended rail service from Battambang to Pursat is due to start today to improve transport for people and cargo.
The Transport Ministry calls for people to pay attention to oncoming trains.
“Drink Don’t Drive” campaign to reduce traffic accidents in Cambodia.
Nearly a hundred protester in Ang Knol rallied for health concerns over the dusty road.
At least 17 illegally operating garages have been shut down in Phnom Penh, while nearly 4,000 modified vehicles are found.
Transport Ministry asks World Bank a $110 million to upgrade National Road 4.
Transport Ministry calls for stricter action to protect the roads as 300 overloaded trucks are fined $135,000 last month.
The Transport Minister asks all companies to instruct drivers not to use drugs.
The Transport Ministry asks all transport companies not to hike fees over Pchum Ben.
A joint cabinet meeting will exclude talk of the Phnom Penh-Bangkok rail link.
Public Works and Transport Ministry received construction vehicles from Chinese.
Cambodia invested more than $1 billion on infrastructure, especially on transpor.