Phnom Penh’s quest to reclaim its sidewalks — GovInsider

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— by Ng Yi Ming: In Phnom Penh, capital of Cambodia, sidewalks are not for walking. They function as an extension of shops, street food stalls, or parking lots.

Crowded sidewalks are driving people to use more motorbikes. And with an increasing population, “the number of vehicles, private vehicles, will keep increasing,” if the problem is not addressed, says Vannak Seng, General Secretary of the Phnom Penh City Hall…

July 5, 2019

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