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Steer clear of Srinakarin-Phatthanakan intersection for 5 months, bridge under repair

By The Nation

 

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The Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) has notified motorists that it is repairing the bridge over the Srinakarin Road-Phatthanakan Road intersection for safety until November 25 and suggests that drivers use three other roads to avoid any traffic jam.

 

Deputy governor Sakchai Bunma inspected the repair work, which commenced on June 26, to improve the damaged bridge, which also has a gaping hole.

 

The BMA has advised motorists to instead use any of these roads:

 

> Phatthanakan inbound road from Khlong Tan heading to Onnut-Lat Krabang, turn left onto Srinakarin Road and make a U-turn at the motorway or use parallel motorway No 7 and then make a U-turn into Soi Phatthanakan 53.

 

> Phatthanakan inbound road from Onnut-Lat Krabang. Head to Khlong Tan, turn left onto Srinakarin Road and make a U-turn in front of the MG car showroom.

 

> Srinakarin Road from Lamsalee Intersection. Head to Bang Na and Srinakarin Road. Motorists travelling to Lamsalee Intersection from Bang Na can use the normal route.

 

Source: https://www.nationthailand.com/news/30390534

 

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The BMA has advised motorists to instead use any of these roads:

 

> Phatthanakan inbound road from Khlong Tan heading to Onnut-Lat Krabang, turn left onto Srinakarin Road and make a U-turn at the motorway or use parallel motorway No 7 and then make a U-turn into Soi Phatthanakan 53.

 

> Phatthanakan inbound road from Onnut-Lat Krabang. Head to Khlong Tan, turn left onto Srinakarin Road and make a U-turn in front of the MG car showroom.

That's not actually helping.  That is using Pattanakarn as usual and then taking the diversion that is mandated.  Better just avoid Pattanakarn at all around that area as the diversion takes you to Srinakarin where the yellow line is under construction.  I live around there and it needs to be avoided completely. 

The flyover was supposed to close for repairs in December and I am sure it is necessary but the "gaping hole" they mention doesn't exist at all.  Who comes up with this stuff?

 

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Four years digging the Phattanakarn tunnel, now this.  

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