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Traffic cops crack down on Soi Paniadchang

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Pattaya:--Pattaya traffic police got on the ball and began ticketing and towing cars illegally parked on Soi Paniadchang following residents’ public complaints.

 

Pol. Maj. Arut Sapanon led a squad of traffic inspectors to the Trust Condominium on the central Pattaya street to meet condo executive Wanichaya Chaiyadech in hopes of solving the parking dilemma.

 

Residents and business owners occupying the shophouses along the narrow street claim that the large condominium hasn’t supplied enough parking for its tenants, and so the tenants are parking on the street.

 

Arut confirmed that cars parked on both sides of the street have reduced the street to one-way either direction, which was unacceptable. He said cars have been ticketed and towed, but they always return once officers disappear.

 

Read more: http://www.pattayamail.com/news/traffic-cops-crack-soi-paniadchang-220848

 
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1 hour ago, Rimmer said:

He said cars have been ticketed and towed, but they always return once officers disappear.

Oh these evil evil cars ...!

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"Residents and business owners occupying the shophouses along the narrow street claim that the large condominium hasn’t supplied enough parking for its tenants, and so the tenants are parking on the street."

 

And have said business owners provided any parking for their customers? That would be a first.

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So Why doesn't the government  Make the Owners Who built Condos/Motels and big Businesses Include Parking spaces in their Plans ,,, If they Don't/Won't  Don't Let them Build,, Peace of Cake,But they will probably being Paid off.

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Jan 2018: two huge empty plots just next to this "Trust Residence".

https://goo.gl/maps/M9RFUSb6q4t

I see a business opportunity :smile:

Believe it or not:

on a stretch of the road there is a handicapped/wheelchair path marked.

Occupied by street vendors you can bet :biggrin:

https://goo.gl/maps/kr89NFbHH492

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If Pattaya police have become embroiled then it's a money making opportunity.  Returning cars syndrome is easily solved; three strikes and it's the crusher.  (Not including taxi cabs - they have a free pass.)

The plot of land opposite Pattaya Immigration shows how lucrative selling parking plots can be.  Particularly when the hotel next door claims ALL the public land along the soi belongs to them; they even employ an enforcer.

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On 8/31/2018 at 8:49 AM, Jmcla said:

Install parking meters and then see what happens, no more problems then. 

Do you really think that will solve the problem? just end up with a lot of unpaid fines.

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1 hour ago, Henrik Andersen said:

simple rules if you make a condominium you need make one parking lot  pr. Unit it is time Thailand wake up and start thinking 

Had a 5 story car park that on high days and holidays was not big enough, had a look round it one time, it was full of abandoned vehicles,  cars motor bike, bicycles, even a wreak of a Tuc Tuc, many were down on their wheel rims as the tyre rubber had perished.     

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