Tag Archive: Transportation

Bicycle versus car production 1950 – 2003.

As recently as 1965, world production of cars and bikes was essentially the same, with each at nearly 20 million, but as of 2003 bike production had climbed to over 100 million per year compared with 42… Continue reading

Phnom Penh and its social discrepancies.

Dangerous roads during Songkran and Khmer New Year 2013.

Cambodia 66 people have been killed in road accidents. Road accidents killed 66 Cambodian people and injured 305 others during the celebration of the traditional Khmer New Year on April 13-17. A total… Continue reading

The deadly roads of Cambodia.

Road accidents kill 556 people in Cambodia in first 3 months. Road accidents killed at least 556 people in Cambodia in the first three months in 2013, down 0.5 percent compared with the… Continue reading

Thai-Cambodian Missing Link.

Thai PM to end missing railway link to Cambodia.   Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra promised to complete a missing rail link with Cambodia to foster closer ties with the neighboring country. Ms Yingluck inspected the… Continue reading

Cambodian officials accused of taking bribes for royal pardons.

More than a dozen HIV-positive female prisoners have accused Prey Sar prison officials of taking bribes to recommend inmates for royal pardons and reduced sentences, while ignoring the intended recipients of the pardons… Continue reading

Air France goes, Qatar Airways come.

Air France ceases direct Cambodia services Launched with much fanfare in 2011, Air France is due to stop its direct Paris–Phnom Penh flight from next spring revealed the Singapore-based trade publication TTG Asia.… Continue reading

Today in Phnom Penh.

Multi-million investments for Cambodian airports.

VINCI AIRPORTS plans to invest up to US$ 400 million over the next eight years to enlarge capacities as Phnom Penh and Siem Reap will break the two-million passengers’ mark this year. With… Continue reading

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