07 Jan 2021 - Source: Global New Light of Myanmar - Yangon Region Transport Authority ran the 4th vessel between Yangon and Cocogyun Township yesterday, carrying materials and equipment for electrification and construction works. The ship departed in the early morning from No. 3 Sule Wharf in Y...
02 Jan 2021 - Source: Global New Light of Myanmar - A few ferries and cargo vessels running in Chindwin River in Sagaing Region are buying the maritime insurance from Myanma Insurance, said U Tin Tun, the deputy officer in charge of Myanma Insurance (Sagaing Region) office. The private entrepre...
07 Nov 2020 - Source: Global New Light of Myanmar - Ferries are running 22 routes starting from 5 November because of an increasing number of passengers at Pansodan-Dala jetty, according to the Delta Division of Inland Water Transport (IWT). Earlier, Pansodan-Dala ferry line has reduced its ope...
20 Oct 2020 - Source: Myanmar International TV - Myanmar Port Authority has organized the 2nd second Yangon-Coco Island shipping services, leaving from No.3 Sule Jetty in Yangon on 18th of October. This MV. Charities vessel carried 220 tons of cargos and 70 passengers including govern...
23 Aug 2020 - Source: Global New Light of Myanmar - Two high Cutter Suction Dredgers- CSD 500 namely as Ayeyar Maung and Thalar Maung, bought from Netherlands based shipping company, Damen Shipyards Gorinchem were handed over to the Directorate of Water Resources and Improvement of River System...
05 Aug 2020 - Source: Myanmar Times - The Yangon Water Bus service will run new routes along Yangon River in October, said Daw Tint Tint Lwin, chair of the Yangon Water Bus. The ferries will run along the Pansodan-Ant Gyi and Thamada-Botahtaung routes as usual, as well as to Twante starting fro...
16 July 2020 - Source: Global New Light of Myanmar - With the pilgrims visiting Bu Phaya in the Bagan-NyaungU archaeological heritage site, the Bu pagoda port fallen silent for over three months is now revived with the motorboat riders, said U Maung Soe, a motorboat owner in Bu Phaya river port...
30 JUN 2020 - Source: Myanmar Times - For those who live beside the river, the monsoon rains can be a double-edged sword. On the one hand, the streets look cleaner and the fields greener. For others though, the strong winds and pounding rains make it hard to dry clothes and travel across the ri...
28 JUN 2020 - Source: Global New Light of Myanmar - The ferries cruising along Chindwin River in Monywa are now resuming their service with usual fares although they carry only half passengers onboard, said U Myo Nyunt Tun, the officer in charge of MGRG ferry service. "The ferries started to ru...
6 MAY 2020 - Source: Global New Light of Myanmar - The ferries from Monywa cruising in upper Chindwin River resumed their service yesterday, said U Than Nyunt Win, Sagaing Regional Minister for Transport and Communications."We have just signed. We've allowed the ferry to resume their services. ...
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Source: The Myanmar Times Date: 8 March, 2018 ​To solve the problem with erosion of the banks of the Ayeyarwady River, the Directorate of Water Resources and Improvement of River Systems is carrying out a renovation project. The project will be funded by the Union government or regional government w...
Source: Eleven Media Date: 19 February 2018 ​A decrease in the flow of the Chindwin River has caused ships to be unable to dock at Mawleik jetty, while locals are concerned that they have insufficient water for their own transportation.The Chindwin River experiences reduced water flow ever year as s...
Source: The Myanmar Times Date: 16 February, 2018 ​Riverbank erosion is becoming a major challenge to rural development in Myanmar because it damages not only people's homes but also their livelihoods, according to the Department of Disaster Management. The agency noted that bank erosions on major r...
Source: The Myanmar Times Date: 2 February, 2018  Many small resorts on the Dokhtawady River in Pyin Oo Lwin township, Mandalay Region, are still waiting for approval of plans to expand into surrounding farmland, said officials of the Mandalay Region Hluttaw Natural Resources and Environmental ...

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