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Traffic accidents, fatalities increase

The number of traffic accidents and fatalities increased marginally during the first six months of this year compared to the same period last year, though the number of injuries dropped. ...

Touch Sokha

Work on PP railway line to start this year

Plans to build a 19km-long railway along six roads in Phnom Penh will begin this year. The line is set to contribute to the capital’s urbanisation while reducing traffic congestion. The Ministry of Environment said on its Facebook page on Monday that its secretary of ...

Khorn Savi

Helmet checks to begin in PP

Phnom Penh authorities will deploy forces day and night at 16 points throughout the capital to identify motorcyclists not wearing helmets, while police will be stationed at two further locations at night to check truck drivers for alcohol and addictive substances. ...

Long Kimmarita

Traffic law to change again

The Permanent Committee of the National Assembly (NA) approved a number of amendments to the Traffic Law yesterday, sending them on to parliament’s 7th plenary session for final ratification on Monday.NA spokesman Leng Peng Long said the committee decided on amendments to nine articles of ...

Pech Sotheary

More than 20 die in New Year accidents

More than 20 people were killed and 60 were injured in traffic accidents over the first two days of the Lunar New Year, a nearly 30 percent decline in fatalities compared with the same period last year.According to a National Police report, 38 traffic accidents ...

Mom Kunthear

Road traffic accidents see reduction

The National Road Safety Committee (NRSC) said since the new traffic sub-decree was implemented, there has been a considerable drop in road traffic accidents thus far in March compared to February. ...

Khouth Sophak Chakrya

Bigger traffic fines from May 1

Starting May 1, the traffic police will enforce a new sub-decree which increases traffic violation fines to three to five times their current rates. Officials expect the additional money gained from the increased fines will be used to reduce traffic accidents. ...

Khorn Savi

Malaysia seat belt law enforcement amongst lowest in SEA – ranks below Cambodia, Vietnam, WHO finds

A closer look at the World Health Organization’s (WHO) Global Status Report on Road Safety 2015 has revealed some rather disturbing information – Malaysia is amongst the lowest-ranked nations in South East Asia (SEA) when it comes to seat belt law enforcement and awareness on ...

Gregory Sze

Traffic accidents drop by 17 percent in Q1

Number of road accidents saw a decrease of 17 percent or 153 cases in the first quarter of this year, compared to the same period in 2020. ...

Khmer Times Staff

Tightening road traffic laws with amendments to improve safety

The Ministry of Public Works is in the midst of getting feedback and input from all relevant officials and stakeholders to amend the existing traffic law to tighten all loopholes to improve road safety and strengthen enforcement measures. ...

Sen David

18 percent drop in traffic accidents in first 11 months as year draw to a close

The number of road accidents saw a decrease of around 18 percent or 533 cases in the first eleven months of this year, compared to the same period in 2020. ...

Khmer Times Staff

Road deaths, injuries and accidents down from 2020 numbers

The number of fatal road accidents decreased in 2021 as compared to 2020, but officials say more must be done to tackle the problem. ...

Ry Sochan

Siem Reap welcomes new road infrastructure

Thirty eight of Siem Reap province’s key roading infrastructure projects in Siem Reap city have been completed after thirteen months. A large roundabout at Svay Thom market and a new traffic bypass are also planned to reduce traffic congestion in the city, said senior officials. ...

Mao Chanvireak

Alarming increase in road accidents and deaths

Despite multiple road safety campaigns this year, the number of accidents rose by an alarming 32 percent and the death toll jumped by 27 percent, a police report published yesterday showed. The Kingdom’s roads are notoriously deadly, with an average of five people dying per day ...

Pech Sotheary

Fatalities from traffic accidents up: report

National Police statistics yesterday showed an 11 percent increase in road traffic deaths in the first nine months of the year but a small decrease in injuries. ...

Khouth Sophak Chakrya

At least 139 Killed in February traffic accidents

Accidents claimed 139 lives and injured 383In February 2020, At least 106 people were killed in motorcycle accidents, according to the report of the Department of Traffic and Public Order of the National Police. ...

Khmer Times Staff

Gov’t prepares for enforcement of new traffic law today

Interior Ministry officials on Thursday laid out more details about plans to beef up road safety in anticipation of a new traffic law that comes into effect nationwide today, and conceded that the effort would not be without its challenges. ...

Khuon Narim

Day of reckoning for bad drivers as new traffic law comes into effect

True to its New Years resolution to enforce stricter traffic laws, the government pulled over a total of almost 25,000 drivers in the three days after the law came into effect. Though many drivers were sent off with a warning rather than a fine, the ...

Mom Kunthear and Jonathan Cox

Enforcement of traffic law still months away, official says

Although the long-awaited Land Traffic Law was passed by the National Assembly in December, a police official said Tuesday that the government would not begin enforcing it for another five or six months. The law is set to bring tougher penalties for many Traffic offenses—including drunk ...

Khuon Narim

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