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Longer truck ban periods imposed on five city roads

 

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The Metropolitan Police has imposed longer periods of the ban on all kinds of trucks on five roads during the morning and everning rush hours to ease traffic congestion caused by the construction of many electric train rail tracks, Metropolitan Police deputy commissioner Pol Maj Gen Jirapat Phumichit said today.

 

The five roads are Chaeng Wattana, Ram-Intra, Lat Phrao, Ramkhamhaeng and Sinakarin along where electric train rail tracks are being installed.

 

Under the new truck ban, all kinds of trucks are banned from using the five roads between 5am-10am (five hours) in the morning and 3pm-9pm (six hours) in the evening.

 

Full Story: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/longer-truck-ban-periods-imposed-on-five-city-roads/

 
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They actually should impose a city wide curfew on all trucks going in and out of the city.

 

Building a better railway infrastructure would also help significantly, but seems Thailand doesn't appreciate the transporting of goods via trains...

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