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JICA to Help Improve Traffic Safety in Phnom Penh

Phnom Penh: The Japan International Cooperation Agency, JICA, is providing support to strengthen traffic safety control in Phnom Penh. The Phnom Penh Capital Administration and JICA signed an agreement on Monday to officially launch a three-year Technical Cooperation Project called “Project for Capacity Development on Comprehensive Traffic Management Planning and Traffic Control Centre Operation and Maintenance in Phnom Penh Capital City”.

The project is expected to get underway early next year. It is aimed at sustainably improving Phnom Penh’s urban transport environment through a more effective traffic control system, which was initially introduced in December 2018, under a grant aid from Japan.

Through the project, it is expected that the capacity of staff in charge of traffic management, together with the operation of the traffic control system, will be strengthened in Phnom Penh. It is hoped that the project will contribute to a safer traffic environment in the capital.

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