Phnom Penh to roll out free bus services during Khmer New Year

The Phnom Penh government recently announced the provision of free bus services on a first-come, first served basis to the provinces during the Khmer New Year week. The plan will see 120 buses deployed to “transport civil servants, armed forces personnel, garment workers, students et ...

Khorn Savi

PM calls for better bus service for upcoming national holiday

Prime minister-designate Hun Sen on Wednesday called on the Phnom Penh authorities to enhance the public transport network after private operators raised bus fares for the coming national holidays. An efficient public bus service will help people commute easily, especially during the Pchum Ben festival ...

Soth Koemsoeun

Free Wi-Fi boost for buses

Public buses in Phnom Penh are to get free Wi-Fi in the pilot phase of an operation to increase convenience for passengers. Phnom Penh Water Supply Authority, which operates the buses, says it will cooperate with the Space Media company to install Wi-Fi routers for ...

Pav Suy

Free buses for Pchum Ben

Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday announced that about 200 public buses will be provided for people to use for free during Pchum Ben in October. Mr Hun Sen made the announcement during a meeting with reps from trade unions and education associations, along with CPP ...

Mom Kunthear

PM touts free bus tickets for New Year

Prime Minister Hun Sen announced yesterday that all people can ride the public bus for free in Phnom Penh, and from the capital to the provinces along National Roads 1 and 5, for Khmer New Year. ...

Mom Kunthear

Five new bus lines unveiled

The Phnom Penh Governor has unveiled five new bus lines to launch over the next two months in a bid to improve transport for garment workers. The move came after Prime Minister Hun Sen announced the workers would be allowed to ride on public buses free ...

Mom Kunthear

Five more bus lines for Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh City Hall will add five new bus lines to the city’s public transportation system in an effort to increase ridership even though no profit has been made on the service. City Hall spokesman Met Meas Pheakdey told Khmer Times yesterday that the number of ...

Mom Kunthear

Four companies narrow in on Phnom Penh bus service

Seven months after City Hall called for companies to submit proposals for the city’s first-ever bus service, Phnom Penh Municipality has announced that four out of seven companies who have shown interest will be considered. The municipality in May and June 2011 invited all interested companies ...

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