Three years of traffic jams expected (police ramp up traffic diversions…
Three years of traffic jams expected
police ramp up traffic diversions
make way for construction of
Mass Rapid Transit Authority of Thailand
Yellow Line monorail.
Commuters who rely on Lat Phrao Road in Bangkok are set for three more years of even heavier congestion
The diverted traffic is likely to worsen tailbacks on a street notorious for its traffic jams.
Manager Kitti Akewanlop
it could take three years to complete.
As a result
instead of three lanes running in either direction
motorists will have two or one.
central road barriers that provide left or right
turns into adjacent
streets will be closed from Lat Phrao sois
61 to 87
until the construction work has been finished
longer waits for U-turns.
All such openings running along a 9km stretch
will be closed
by August 20
pillars for the electric train line can be embedded in the central island
from Bang Kapi to Chokechai Si