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Cambodian buses in Saigon to be strictly controlled

In the petition to the National Road Administration, Deputy Director of the HCM City Department of Transportation – Mr. Duong Hong Thanh, reported that at the time the Vietnam-Cambodia agreement on land transportation took effect, only 40 cars of each country were allowed to cross ...

http://english.vietnamnet.vn/fms/society/74337/cambodian-buses-in-saigon-to-be-strictly-control.html

Cambodia breaks ground for 3rd flyover in capital

Cambodia on Monday broke ground for the construction of a 19-million-U.S.-dollar flyover in Phnom Penh’s southwestern part to meet the growing number of vehicles. Prime Minister Hun Sen said it will take 28 months to complete the construction of the 429-meter flyover. “The sky bridge will not ...

http://news.xinhuanet.com/english/world/2012-11/26/c_131999551.htm

Ministry moves to create bus-monitoring prakas

A new inter-ministry prakas is planned that controls and ensures the safety of bus passengers using the Kingdom’s growing bus network, and may include monitoring the behaviour of drivers and companies prior to granting licences, Cambodian officials said. Bus companies are now controlled by Ministry of ...

http://www.phnompenhpost.com/index.php/2012062556985/Business/bus-monitoring-prakas.html

Direct Bangkok-Phnom Penh Bus Route Officially Opens Commences

Starting today, 22 Cambodian buses and a truck will be allowed to transport passengers and goods directly between Phnom Penh and Bangkok, an official said yesterday. “We will officially open the Poipet International Checkpoint [to buses and trucks] on the Thai border,” said Suon Vanhong, deputy ...

Buses to Run Direct to and from Bangkok

Starting next month, 80 Cambodian and Thai buses and trucks will be allowed to transport goods and passengers directly between Bangkok and Phnom Penh for the first time, an official said yesterday. Suon Vanhong, deputy director of transport at the Ministry of Public Works and Transport, ...

Buses, Taxis Ignore Appeals to Maintain Fees

As Khmer New Year approaches, Phnom Penh Municipality has once again made its annual appeal to bus companies and taxi drivers not to raise fees during the holiday. But as usual, drivers and companies say they will be ignoring the request. Phnom Penh Governor Kep Chuktema said ...

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