Improvement projects of three National Roads expected to be launched this year

The improvement projects of National Roads No. 31, 33, and 41 from DBST to AC is expected to kick off within this year under the support from China. ...

Khmer Times Staff

More national roads included in free New Year bus service

Prime Minister Hun Sen announced yesterday that Cambodian people could ride public buses for free to their hometowns over the Khmer New Year along five national roads instead of only two as initially announced on Sunday. ...

Mom Kunthear

ADB offers $70M loan to improve transportation

The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has approved a $70 million loan to develop the Kingdom’s transportation infrastructure with the majority of the funding going towards improvements of national roads in Prey Veng, Siem Reap and Svay Rieng provinces.​ ...

Kali Kotoski

Four People Injured After Two Buses Collide

Three Vietnamese nationals and one Cambodian were hospitalized Saturday after two commercial buses driving between Phnom Penh and Ho Chi Minh City collided in Svay Rieng province, police said yesterday. Ouch Sarun, provincial traffic police chief, said that the two buses [belonging to Van Rec. Co. Ltd., and ...

Loans from China Still Welcome, Hun Sen Says

The Chinese government is considering loaning an unspecified amount of money to cover the cost of constructing 20 new national roads, Prime Minister Hun Sen said yesterday. Speaking at the inauguration of 128-km stretch of National Road 62 linking Kampong Thom and Preah Vihear provinces, also primarily funded by ...

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