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Bangkok traffic police ordered to find ‘safe refuges' for motorists when roads flood

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It's time to download.jpg.0aca7d497f236353efaa004a7642f325.jpgbring in outside help. 

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Of course the people really responsible for improving the flooding issue are taking a nap. Eliminate the flooding and let the RTP get back to collecting tea money. But fixing the problem would require good planing and execution which is not going to happen anytime soon.

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They should suggest cars to drive on the SkyTrain rails...high above "sea flood level", food, drinks and entertainement available in the stations...

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It's okay, now they have a water policy which will fix the flooding so no need to find parking for thousands of cars with toilets and somtam shops.

Having spent millions on underground pipes and pumps I doubt there'll be anymore flooding.

Move on to the next issue ...............

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On 6/17/2019 at 6:16 PM, snoop1130 said:

Traffic police from 88 police stations in Bangkok have been instructed to look for places where motorists can escape flooded roads and wait until the situation improves, a police source said.

Well, that solves that problem.

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On 6/18/2019 at 7:44 AM, a977 said:

Unbelievable, with all that water motocycle taxi still wants to go against traffic TIT 

Give them water guns as in Sonkran then when they shoot each other pedestrians nearby won't have to die.

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