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New local road from Kathu to Patong to open on Father’s Day


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By Goongnang Suksawat

 

Patong – A new local road from Kathu to Patong will be officially opened on Father’s Day, December 5th, 2022.

 

The Patong Municipality told the Phuket Express that the local road from Kathu – Patong has been renovated since last month (October).

 

The renovation project was started by the Patong Development Foundation. The road is from a Go-kart speedway in Kathu to the Tiger Shrine in Patong which is about 2.5 kilometers.

 

Full story: https://thephuketexpress.com/2022/11/29/new-local-road-from-kathu-to-patong-to-open-on-fathers-day/

 

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I get its still a work in progress BUT I note the unretained embankments. Low side of the road bearing the road and traffic weight also looks to have zero structural or embankment stabilisation works.

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5 hours ago, Tropposurfer said:

I get its still a work in progress BUT I note the unretained embankments. Low side of the road bearing the road and traffic weight also looks to have zero structural or embankment stabilisation works.

Yes indeed - that looks very similar to the problem section on the existing road - which I read elsewhere is now open both ways to cars and vans.

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5 hours ago, Tropposurfer said:

I get its still a work in progress BUT I note the unretained embankments. Low side of the road bearing the road and traffic weight also looks to have zero structural or embankment stabilisation works.

Agree...👍 –I was going to add a comment about what happens during a heavy rainy season...🙂

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