Bangladesh Road Transport Act 2018 | The Daily Star
  • Vehicular movements on Dhaka-Sylhet, Dhaka-Ctg highways resume

    Expressing solidarity to the indefinite work stoppage of a section of transport owners and workers, workers of Narayanganj join the strike protesting the enforcement of the Road Transport Act 2018.

  • Shatabdi Paribahan

    Road Transport Act: Public transport sparse in Dhaka

    Dhaka sees a very low turnout of public transport as transport workers abstained from bringing their vehicles out following the drive of BRTA mobile courts being carried out to ensure implementation of the new transport law.

  • Road Transport Act 2018

    Transport owners extend full support to new law

    Extending their full support to the Road Transport Act, 2018, transport owners call upon everyone to abide by the new law.

  • Road Transport Act aimed at bringing discipline on roads: Quader

    Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader has said the Road Transport Act has been enacted aiming to bring discipline on roads and highways of the country.

  • Corruption in Rooppur Nuclear Power Plant

    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.