Capital airport train vexes residents

The residents of Street 105K can hear the train before they see it – a low rumble, a blaring horn, an incessant whistle. Motorists swerve out of the way, parting like a school of fish. Children scamper to the side. A railway employee, sitting on ...

Kong Meta and Daphne Chen

Phnom Penh airport train to start on April 10

The new rail line between Phnom Penh International Airport and the railway station on Monivong Boulevard is scheduled to open on April 10, according to government and Royal Railways officials. Hoeurn Somnieng, deputy director of the cabinet at the Ministry of Public Works and Transport, said ...

Hor Kimsay

Commuter train hopes for route expansion to SEZ

A commuter rail service that runs from Phnom Penh’s central district to beyond its airport has slowly gained traction since it launched three months ago, raising the possibility that it could be expanded to connect the capital’s biggest industrial park. ...

Kali Kotoski

Railway operations resume after collision

No significant commercial delays or losses resulted from the collision between a train and a cement truck in Kampot province on Sunday as engineers were able to remove the disabled truck from the tracks and resume operations on the rail line within hours of the ...

Post Staff

Royal railways considering airport train

Royal Railways is conducting a feasibility study on a rail line that would whisk passengers from the center of Phnom Penh to the airport in less than 15 minutes, the company’s CEO said on Wednesday. ...

Ben Paviour

After 14 years, passenger train service to the coast restarts

For most people who boarded the passenger train from Phnom Penh to Sihanoukville on Saturday morning—the maiden ride since the service was suspended more than a decade ago—it was something of a new thrill.   ...

Peter Ford

Passenger train to resume operations on April 9

After a 14-year wait, scheduled passenger train services between Phnom Penh and Sihanoukville will resume on April 9, according to a statement issued by Royal Railways on Monday. ...

Ben Paviour

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