Pattaya Daily News

02 August 2014 :: 02:08:49 am 90523

New Road parallel With The Railway Under Construction In Pattaya

A new road is under construction which is to run parallel with the railway line. It was given the go ahead after Pattaya officers were informed and witnessed for themselves local people riding against the high speed traffic.
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PATTAYA – July 31, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 10.00 a.m., Mr. Manot Nongyai (Council Member of Pattaya City), Mr. Manas Lekkhuna (Train Station Master of Pattaya City) and Mr. Surin Yimyai (Chairman of Soi 5th December Community) had together surveyed the area of construction next to the railway line.

 

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After Pattaya city has acknowledged that there was a problem with people in the local community who always rode their motorbikes against the flow of traffic especially in the mornings and afternoons when they are taking their children to and from school. Riding like this is illegal and very dangerous but the local people do it because to go in the right direction would take them out of their way , so the new road which is to run parallel with it known the “the road along the railway in the entrance route to Chonburi province” will enable local people to get to their destinations quicker and safer.

 

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Mr. Manot Nongyai (Council Member of Pattaya City) said that “My survey of the area is to check and inspect the progress of the Bureau of Engineering of Pattaya City who have won the contract to carry out the work. Also the construction is to be in accordance with the State Railway of Thailand (SRT) who have cooperated to support Pattaya city in the construction of the new road. The road is expected to be finished in the next couple of weeks.

Reporter : Warunya Thongrod   Photo : Warunya Thongrod   Category : Community News

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