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PHNOM PENH - People in Phnom Penh are travelling on buses for the first time in over a decade, as authorities introduced a new public transportation system aimed at relieving traffic jams in the Cambodian capital. 

Cambodian passengers disembark from a bus as Phnom Penh begins its trial for public bus service on Wednesday. (AP photo)

Phnom Penh's City Hall launched a one-month pilot program Wednesday, with 10 buses travelling a single route through the city centre.

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