A hundred new buses will arrive in Phnom Penh in July this year to further promote the public transportation service in the capital city, a spokesperson of Phnom Penh Municipal Hall told a local media.
Currently, the public bus service in Phnom Penh is using 45 out of 57 buses, and the Municipality will import 100 more buses.
The city public transportation service, launched in 2014, is operating from 5:30 am to 8:30 pm, and the ticket price is 1,500 Riel (US$0.375), but free of charge for disabled and elderly people, monks and students.
Phnom Penh has currently three public bus lines � Line 1 starts from Kilometre No. 9 in Khan Russey Keo to Kdey Takoy pagoda in Khan Chbar Ampov, along Preah Monivong Boulevard; Line 2 from the Night Market to Takhmao town, Kandal province; and Line 3 from the Night Market to Choam Chao, with some 67 bus stops.
Source: Agency Kampuchea Press