Report: Over a quarter of all trucks inspected were found to be overloaded.
City Hall is temporarily allowing trucks to transport goods during daytime.
The National Social Security Fund unveils a plan to introduce safer trucks.
Water Resources Minister hands over five trucks to provincial and city water departments to help with water issues.
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.
Britain’s government sends a convoy of 87 trucks on a test-run.
Large vehicles and taxis operating on main roads are restricted during Water Festival.
Phnom Penh Governor Khuong Sreng has restricted the travel of large vehicles and taxis operating on main roads during the upcoming Water Festival in a bid to reduce traffic in the capital.
Phnom Penh Governor announces an immediate ban on large trucks plying roads.
Interior Minister Sar Kheng warns firefighters to not demand bribes in return for performing their duties.
The redesign of the Ford F-series trucks, set a new standard for fuel economy.
One garment worker dies during a traffic accident involving two factory trucks.
Labour Ministry announces that 12 domestically-produced trucks were being donated.
Police crack down on trucks over attempting to transport over 10 pieces of timber.
Nearly a hundred protester in Ang Knol rallied for health concerns over the dusty road.
More than 60 garment workers suffer various injuries when the trucks they were travelling in to their factories crashed.
Syrian and Russian forces kept up military pressure on rebel-held Eastern Ghouta.
Japanese automakers to look beyond discounts to grow market share.
The Garment Manufactures Association in Cambodia issues a letter to PM pleading for container trucks detained by authorities.
Prime Minister Hun Sen warns to shut down locations that illegally modified trucks.
Authorities cracks down on nearly 500 illegally modified trucks to allow overloading.
Authorities cracks down on nearly 500 illegally modified trucks.
Prime Minister Hun Sen says that the majority of road damage in the country was caused by overloaded cement trucks.
Authorities in Tboung Khmum’s Ponhea Krek district issue fines to more than 30 overloaded trucks along National Road 7.
Transport Ministry calls for stricter action to protect the roads as 300 overloaded trucks are fined $135,000 last month.