National flag carrier Biman Bangladesh Airlines will resume flight operations to Saudi Arabia from May 29.
Twenty-eight pairs of intercity trains resumed their services in the country on Monday after 59 days of suspension due to Covid-19 situation.
Twenty eight pairs of trains will run from Monday across the country after suspension of the services for over one month as part of the government restrictions on people’s movement to stem the coronavirus transmission.
As Eid holidays are over, now thousands of holidaymakers from south-western districts overcrowded the ferry terminals in a bid to return to Dhaka to join their workplaces.
After a long journey from Japan to India, the first six cars of the Dhaka metro rail have marked their first media exhibition with a short debut trip at the depot in Uttara’s Diabari.
A 20-km tailback has been created on Dhaka-Aricha ,ohighway due to the mad rush of homebound people ahead of Eid-ul-Fitr defying the restriction on movement amid the Covid-19 pandemic .
Many people are still making frantic efforts to leave Dhaka to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr with their families in villages defying a ban on inter-district public transport due to the worsening Covid-19 situation.
Paturia ferry terminal saw a mad rush of homebound people ahead of Eid despite a decision of Bangladesh Inland Water Transport Corporation (BIWTC) to suspend day time ferry services.
Dhaka, May 6 : Bus services resumed in cities across Bangladesh, including capital Dhaka, on Thursday, albeit with a limited number of passengers.
Dhaka, May 3 : The ongoing lockdown will continue until May 16 while the intra-district public transport services will be allowed to resume from May 6.
GONE are the days of Dakota, Super Constellation aeroplanes. In those days, airplanes (aeroplanes) were not equipped with advanced computerized technologies like today’s airplanes.
Road, Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader said today that the government is considering resuming public transport before Eid.
Commercial flights between Dhaka and some 38 countries will resume from Saturday, according to the country’s civil aviation regulator.
Bangladesh Road Transport Owners Association has urged the government to resume bus services maintaining health rules amid the ongoing lockdown to contain the spread of coronavirus.
The movement of private vehicles has increased significantly over the last few days even with the government extending the ongoing lockdown for another week to counter the rising Covid-19 cases.
Whether the modern e-scooter is drawn on the original invention from the 14th century Vijiyanagara Empire in Karnataka is besides the point, fleets of such scooters have now taken over city streets worldwide.
Dhaka, Apr 13 : Bangladesh Railway will operate eight special parcel trains on different routes to transport agricultural goods and other products during the countrywide lockdown to prevent the transmission of Coronavirus. Railways Minister Md Nurul Islam Sujon in a…
Dhaka, Apr 11 : The authorities of the Civil Aviation Authority of Bangladesh (CAAB) on Sunday said they are planning to suspend all international flights as the government is going to impose a strict lockdown from April 14 to contain…
The movement of buses resumed on Wednesday, the 3rd day of the 7-day countrywide lockdown, as the government has allowed public transport services in Dhaka city corporation areas.
The government has decided to allow public transport services to resume operations in city corporation areas from Wednesday as the country passes a weeklong lockdown enforced to curb Coronavirus transmission.
In an effort to contain Covid-19 in the country, the civil aviation regulator on Thursday banned the entry of passengers from all European nations, except the UK, and 12 other countries
Commuters staged demonstrations after blocking road in the city’s Nilkhet area as they failed to board buses and other public transports after the government’s directive to carry 50 percent passengers in public buses to check Covid transmission.
Dhaka, Mar 31: Vessels will carry passengers half of their capacities and maintain health guidelines to curb the transmission of Covid-19.
In the wake of growing Covid-19 cases, the government has increased the fares of public transport by 60 percent across the country.
Bus services on all the routes in Rajshahi district remained suspended for the second consecutive day on Tuesday, causing immense sufferings to the commuters.
Dhaka, Jan 26 – Road Transport and Bridges Minister Obaidul Quader on Tuesday said the number of vehicles without fitness certificates in Bangladesh is 4,81,029 as of December 2020.
Manikganj, Jan 26 – Ferry services have resumed on the Paturia-Daulatdia route after remaining suspended for nearly five hours due to poor visibility, officials said on Tuesday.
Poor visibility caused by thick fog has disrupted ferry services on Paturia-Daulatdia route on Friday morning.
Ferry services on Shumulia-Banglabazar remained suspended from early Tuesday due to poor visibility caused by dense fog.
Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina on Sunday laid the foundation stone of a 4.8km double-line dual-gauge Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujib Railway Bridge aimed at boosting rail communication between the capital and Western zones of the Railway.