Bangladesh Road Transport Act 2018 | The Daily Star
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    Plea seeks gazette for making Road Transport Act effective

    A rights organisation files a writ petition with the High Court seeking its directive on the government to make the Road Transport Act 2018 effective through issuing a gazette notification immediately.

  • Mohammadpur road accident

    Legal notice served to make Road Transport Act effective

    A rights organisation sends a legal notice to the government to make the Road Transport Act-2018 effective through issuance of a gazette notification within the next seven days.

  • Strike strikes hard

    Road transport workers yesterday virtually held the countrymen hostage as they began a 48-hour strike to force the government to bring amendments to the recently passed Road Transport Act-2018, practically cutting off the capital from the rest of the country.

  • Truck strike put off till October 31

    Truck owners and drivers yesterday postponed their indefinite work abstention in Dhaka division until October 31.

  • Businesses suffer for truck strike

    Truck-owners and drivers continued their work abstention for the second day yesterday, dealing a blow to businesses and affecting the supply chain of goods to the capital.

  • Trucks won't carry goods from today

    Bangladesh Goods Transport Owners Workers United Association yesterday announced that truck owners and workers would abstain from work across the country from 6:00am today to press home their seven-point demand, including bringing changes to the Road Transport Act-2018.

  • Bangladesh Road Transport Bill 2018 placed in Jatiya Sangsad

    Road transport bill placed in parliament

    The much-talked about proposed Road Transport Act-2018 was placed in parliament last night, amid criticism over the “lenient” nature of the punishment over deaths caused by reckless driving.