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Old 13-08-2017, 06:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Traffic chaos on Mittraphap Highway on Motherís Day

Vehicular traffic along Mittraphap Highway between Saraburi and Nakhon Ratchasima provinces was in gridlock on Saturday (Aug 12) as a large number of people were heading to their home provinces on the occasion of the Motherís Day.

Monday, Aug 14, is a holiday in lieu to Aug 12, allowing a three-day holiday.

The traffic began to get stuck at kilometre marker 37 at Klang Dong in Pak Chong district and further on the highway between kilometre markers 51-62 from the interchange to Khao Yai to the elevated bridge at Nong Sarai in Pak Chong district of Nakhon Ratchasima.

The average speed was between 10-20 kilometres per hour.

The longest gridlock of more than 50 kilometres was from Khlong Phai near Lam Takhong Dam to Nakhon Ratchasima because a new motorway is under construction.

Pol Col Wiwat Silakhet, acting Nong Sarai police chief, said police of Klang Dong and

Traffic chaos on Mittraphap Highway on Mother's Day - Thai PBS English News
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The average speed was between 10-20 kilometres per hour.
Could have stumbled on the secret to addressing road carnage.
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Originally Posted by jabir
Could have stumbled on the secret to addressing road carnage.
oh yeah
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