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City-wide roadwork leaves Pattaya traffic in gridlock

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City-wide roadwork leaves Pattaya traffic in gridlock

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PATTAYA:--Citywide roadwork has Pattaya residents up in arms with locals claiming city hall is making bad traffic even worse due to poor

planning.

 

From the southern end of Beach Road to Second Road near Central Road to Sukhumvit Road in Naklua roads have been dug up, holes left with barriers and lanes closed in a patchwork of projects that leaves no area free of congestion.

 

Residents say Pattaya officials should limit roadwork to a single zone at a time and not wreck the entire traffic grid simultaneously.

 

City hall countered that it received budgets for various projects from laying drainage pipes to burying electricity lines and that the budgets must be spent.

 

-- PATTAYA MAIL 2019-08-22—

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"the budget must be spent..." 🤣🤣🤣🤣

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Posted (edited)

A wall of disgusting smoke belching tour buses....

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2 hours ago, Rimmer said:

roads have been dug up, holes left with barriers and lanes closed

The Holey City by the Sea.

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Best to get things done in low season when there is no-one here, though apparently there won't be anyone here in high season either.

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Better now than when the tourist season really picks up. No pain no gain. Might as well do it relatively quickly instead of spreading out the pain.

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