|Commuters who rely on Lat Phrao Road in Bangkok are set for three more years of even heavier congestion as police ramp up traffic diversions from Wednesday to make way for construction of the Mass Rapid Transit Authority of Thailand’s (MRTA) Yellow Line monorail.
The diverted traffic is likely to worsen tailbacks on a street notorious for its traffic jams. It will affect a 9km stretch and deputy project manager Kitti Akewanlop said yesterday it could take three years to complete.
As for Chokechai Si market, where vendors park temporarily to drop their things off or pick up products, we’ve instructed local traffic police to strictly enforce the no-parking rule.” (Story continues…
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