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Department of Land Transport to improve quality of public transport

 

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BANGKOK (NNT) - The Transport Minister, Saksayam Chidchob, has instructed the Department of Land Transport to improve the quality of public transport services in response to public demand, and open social media channels for commuters to file complaints.

 

The Transport Minister observed the operations of the GPS Transport Management Center and the Public Passenger Protection Center, and delivered his work policy to high-ranking officials of the Department of Land Transport.

 

The department has been assigned to enhance the quality of public transport services, such as using digital technology to facilitate passenger movement. The department has also been tasked to determine measures to support public transport employees, reduce overlapping bus routes, upgrade the quality of public buses, promote the use of Skytrains and improve the level of safety.

 

To address the levels of particulate matter of 2.5 microns and less in diameter (PM2.5), the Department of Land Transport has to focus on the source of the emissions and improve the pollution inspection measures.

 

The Transport Minister also instructed the Department of Land Transport to open social media channels for people to file complaints, so relevant agencies can promptly address their problems.

 

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Yes, who wants to stand in the bts/srt for an hour??? Not me!

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And how about repairing the sidewalks to the bts stations?? They are full of holes, cables, dirt, billboards and other dangerous things.

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" The Transport Minister, Saksayam Chidchob, has instructed the Department of Land Transport to improve the quality of public transport services in response to public demand, and open social media channels for commuters to file complaints. "

 

I don't have and don't  want " social media channels " such as Facebook, Line , ... "

 

If the Transport Minister is a member of thaivisa he can  have a look at the photo under ...

 

Tackling microscopic particle pollution is very good; but to attack the maintenance of the coaches of lines and tourism would be much better;Photo taken a few days ago; we see very well that the rear tire right on the driving axle of this coach is worn up to the rope;rope that we see elsewhere!

Is there a police officer in Thailand able to stop a bus, like, for example, a "police toll" and check that the security organs of the coach are in good condition?

 

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4 minutes ago, Cadbury said:

the drivers imagining they are competing at Le Mans racetrack

 

And it may not be okay considering that since this year thai people are watching Formula 1 GP with Alexander Albon that they believe to be Thai while he is british of thai mother ....

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1 hour ago, Assurancetourix said:

Is there a police officer in Thailand able to stop a bus, like, for example, a "police toll" and check that the security organs of the coach are in good condition?

Yes, there are thousands of them; the problem is that most of them simply take a backhander and let the offender go. I really can't see it changing. Ever. 

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5 minutes ago, Wiggy said:

Yes, there are thousands of them; the problem is that most of them simply take a backhander and let the offender go. I really can't see it changing. Ever. 

A crop of the photo to understand well;
the little seen of the right tire of the second axle carrier is in the same state.
It means that on wet road this car will leave in the decor because the rear of the vehicle will slide as on an ice rink.

 

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1 hour ago, Thian said:

And how about repairing the sidewalks to the bts stations?? They are full of holes, cables, dirt, billboards and other dangerous things.

adds to the pleasantry of bkk !!

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1 hour ago, Thian said:

Yes, who wants to stand in the bts/srt for an hour??? Not me!

and the BUS might NOT even arrive....

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5 hours ago, essox essox said:

adds to the pleasantry of bkk !!

That is why they want all the tourists to have healthcare insurance...

 

Even village in the poor parts of thailand have good sidewalks, only in BKK they won't build that.

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17 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

The Transport Minister, Saksayam Chidchob, has instructed the Department of Land Transport to improve the quality of public transport services in response to public demand, and open social media channels for commuters to file complaints.

And as always they will be eliminated without being read!

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17 hours ago, snoop1130 said:

To address the levels of particulate matter of 2.5 microns and less in diameter (PM2.5), the Department of Land Transport has to focus on the source of the emissions and improve the pollution inspection measures.

What good is the improvement of the means of recognition if, then nothing against it, will be done?

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