We have to make sure that transport is accessible, safe, and affordable for everyone
The fact that there are at least 1,600 unfit buses currently operating in Dhaka is simply...
According to a survey, around 6% of the population with private cars occupy 76% of Dhaka roads
Call for all buses to be repaired, proper implementation of traffic laws and regulations
Khandaker Enayet Ullah, secretary general of the Bangladesh Road Transport Owners' Association, confirmed...
Commuters, ride-sharing service providers stage protests
A probe body will look into the matter and submit its report within two months
Besides, another 48-hour strike enforced by the CNG run-auto-rickshaw workers and owners in the city...
The Dhaka-Mawa-Bhanga Expressway is a beacon of hope in mitigating the many problems in the transport...
It was found that most if not all operators were flouting all of these rules
Shopping malls may stay open till 7pm
Transport workers may act as carriers of the virus when transport ban is lifted if necessary steps are...
Bangladesh has confirmed 17 cases, with one death as of Thursday
BIMSTEC has good plans in place, and it would benefit the entire region, not just Bangladesh
Women have the right to feel safe wherever they happen to be sitting, and not just on special seats
The challenges for the new Road Transport Act are implementation and awareness
Is our infrastructure doomed to crumble under its own weight?
What is particularly disappointing is that a large number of these accidents were entirely
It is no surprise to learn that buses remain the main culprits behind most of these accidents
It’s better to be safe than sorry
We are quite possibly witnessing some real progress in our infrastructure
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