Neou Vannarin/VOA Khmer
October 22, 2015
Phnom Penh—the public bus system in Phnom Penh continues to grow in popularity, one year into its reestablishment.
City officials said on Facebook the three lines of the city serve around 6,200 people, a small proportion of the 2 million people living here, earning around $100,000 per month.
Residents say they are growing to appreciate the bus lines, which can ease traffic congestion in the crowded capital. On a recent weekday, one bus line was in good use by residents who paid about 1,500 riel, or $0.35, per ride. (Read more here)