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Phnom Penh Officials, Japanese Ambassador Inspect Bus Routes

PHNOM PENH: The Ambassador of Japan to Cambodia, Mikami Masahiro and Deputy Governor of Phnom Penh Nuon Pharna have visited the bus station on Tuesday, accompanied by Phnom Penh City Bus Authority in order to improve the bus ride. This is in line to the PR short video created by the Embassy of Japan in Cambodia. A presentation on the benefits of using the e.bike in conjunction with the bus service was also conducted.

 The deputy governor has stated that the Phnom Penh Capital Administration is highly committed to developing the city's public transport sector to further develop, especially the provision of smart bus stops as well as further development of infrastructure for the people living in our capital.



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