Those who benefit from new infrastructure being built should be the ones who pay for it
Basail, Kalihati, and Dhanbari upazilas have suffered the most damage to its roads, bridges, and culverts...
The 3km bypass road adjacent to the Sonadanga Bus Terminal takes up to 30 mins to get across owing to...
A 10.5km stretch from Laxmipur to Maju Chowdhury Hat of the highway, especially, is now in horrible...
Two contractor firms--‘Mahbub Enterprise’ and ‘JR Enterprise’ got the task of...
All-out cooperation from the city dwellers and vegetable vendors sought
Are apathy and a blatant disregard for rules to blame for the state of our nation?
Legislation alone cannot make us safe from dying on the roads
City corporations, police, and Rajuk need to pay attention
More than 5,000 people died from more than 4,500 road accidents in the last year
The challenges for the new Road Transport Act are implementation and awareness
The new act will go a long way towards ensuring our streets are safer
Motorists must be taught to behave better when behind the wheel
Road fatality numbers pile up due to the terrible culture of impunity
It is through the vilification of the rule breaker that we can ensure that the streets can be safe
Around an eight kilometre stretch of road is in bad shape
Local chairman alleges that it collapsed because of using substandard materials
This simply cannot be allowed to go on
It is no surprise to learn that buses remain the main culprits behind most of these accidents
The minister said more 271 buses will be added to BRTC before Eid
The condition of the mother and newborn remain unknown
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