Royal Railway and Cambodian government talks still on track

Negotiations are still under way between Royal Railway Cambodia and the Cambodian Government on implementing a new concession agreement designed to improve Cambodia’s railway systems as well as keeping the infrastructure running in an orderly manner.​ ...

Jason Boken

Royal Railway takes extra measures for a smooth ride

In 2009 the Royal Government of Cambodia signed a Concession agreement with Toll from Australia the biggest Logistics company in Australia at the time to be the Operator and Maintainer of the North and South Line. Soon after Toll signed it joined with Neat Oknha ...

John Guiry

Free rides for water taxis and western railway extended

Prime Minister Hun Sen yesterday extended the fare-free period for the capital’s water taxi system until the end of the year as a way of expressing his gratitude for the results of Sunday’s election. ...

Sok Chan

Ministry of Transport issues notice following train crashes

The Transport Ministry has issued a statement calling for people to pay attention to oncoming trains on the Poipet-Battambang railway after three accidents occurred on the line since its launch earlier this month. ...

Pav Suy

Villagers seek help in land disputes

Almost 80 people representing 305 families involved in land disputes in Phnom Penh and Takeo provinces yesterday gathered at the Ministry of Land Management to ask the ministry to expedite the resolution of their disputes and provide them with legal land titles. A group of 50 ...

Pech Sotheary

Railway land dispute escalates

Residents from villages in Phnom Penh’s Pur Senchey district gathered outside the Ministry of Land Management, Urban Planning and Construction yesterday to ask the prime minister and government to honor their titles to land they said had been claimed by Royal Railway. ...

Passenger trains to run every weekend

Royal Railways announced yesterday that passenger service from Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville every weekend  ...

Post Staff

Freight rail services gather pace

Freight rail shipments have gained traction since commercial rail traffic resumed on the Kingdom’s sole operational railway line in 2013, but Royal Railway, the private company with a 30-year concession to operate the Kingdom’s railway network, is pressing for more growth as it seeks to ...

Kali Kotoski

Royal railway trials Sihanoukville run for new year

It’s almost Khmer New Year, and passengers are already lining up for the revival of the country’s passenger rail services – an eight-day trial operation by Royal Railway from Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville to coincide with the celebrations and the exodus of people from the ...

Sok Chan

Firms urged to take rail route

Prime Minister Hun Sen urged logistics companies transporting heavy goods to switch from container truck shipping to rail shipments, increasing cost efficiency while sparing the nation’s roads from load damage. ...

Sor Chandara

Railway denies report of new passenger train service

Royal Railway on Sunday refuted a state media report that commercial passenger train service between Phnom Penh and Sihanoukville was imminent. ...

Zsombor Peter

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