Roads closed today, detours recommended

DUE to the ACD Summit being held at the Foreign Ministry the public has been advised that some roads have been closed today from 8.30 a.m. till 10.30 a.m. and again from 5.30 p.m. till 8 p.m. and others from noon till 3.30 p.m. However, there are detours which they could use, New)108 said today.

From 8.30 a.m. till 10.30 a.m. and from 5.30 p.m. till 8 p.m.:
Roads to avoid:

1.       Rama 1 (from Pathumwan intersection till Ratchaprasong)

2.       Ploenchit (the whole road)

3.       Sukhumvit (from expressway toll at  Ploenchit till Asoke intersection)

4.       Ratchadamri (Ratchaprasong intersection till Sarasin)

5.       Charoen Krung (Si Phaya intersection till Chalermphan)

6.       Wireless (Ploenchit intersection till Sarasin)

7.       Rama 4 ( Wireless intersection till Saladaeng)

8.       Ploenchit expressway entrance point

9.       Silom expressway entrance point

10.   Rama 4-2 expressway entrance point

11.   Chan expressway entrance point

12.   Second level expressway

13.   Yommarat expressway exit point

14.   Urupong expressway exit point

15.   Suwankhalok road

16.   Saonee intersection

17.   Sri Ayuthaya road

Recommended detours:

1.       Ratchawithi road

2.       Petchburi road Phong Phra Ram intersection

3.       Bantadthong Road

4.       Charoenphol intersection

5.       Rama 4 road

From Noon till 3.30 p.m.

Roads to avoid:

1.       Sri  Ayuthaya

2.       Benchamabophit temple intersection

3.       Rama 5 road

4.       Phanitchakarn intersection

5.       Phitsanulok road

6.       Suan Misakwan intersection

7.       Outer Ratchadamnoen Road

8.       Dusit Palace area

Recommended detours:

1.       Petchaburi road

2.       Yommarat intersection

3.       Phitsanulok road

4.       Nang Lerng intersection turn left to Krung Kasem road

5.       Makhawan intersection turn left to Outer Ratchadamnern road

6.       Rama 8 bridge

7.       Phan Fa intersection

8.       Ratchawithi road

9.       Sang Hi bridge


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By Thai Residents reporters



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