11 July 2024

The Metropolitan Police are advising motorists in Bangkok to avoid roads which are expected to be affected by the protest march from Thammasat University to Government House this weekend.

The roads to be avoided include:

 

  • Ratchadamnoen Nok
  • Ratchadamnoen Nai
  • Ratchadamnoen Klang
  • Somdet Phra Pinklao
  • Visutkasat
  • Chakkrapatdiphong
  • Larn Luang
  • Dinsor
  • Tanow
  • Rama 8 Bridge
  • Phra Pinklao Bridge

 

 

Recommended alternative routes for motorists from Bangkok to Thon Buri are:

  • Yommaraj expressway exit-Sawankhaloke-Rajavithi-Krung Thon (Sunghee) Bridge
  • Rama 6-Rama 1-Liab Khlong Padungkasem-Yaowaraj-Chakkrawat-Phra Pokklao Bridge
  • Rama 4-Yaowaraj-Chakkrawat-Phra Pokklao Bridge
  • Rama 4-Sathorn Tai-Taksin

Recommended alternative routes for motorists travelling from Thon Buri to Bangkok are:

  • Elevated Loifah Road-Srirat expressway to Wattana Chatuchak
  • Elevated Loifah Road-Sirindhorn exit to Krung Thon Bridge-Rajavithi-Rama 6
  • Phra Pokklao Bridge-Chakkrapet-Mahachai, Samyod intersection-Charoenkrung-SAB intersection-Worachak-Bamrungmuang-Rama 1
  • King Rama 1 Bridge-Chakkrapet-Asadang-Bamrungmuang-Rama 1
  • Taksin Bridge-Sathorn Nua-Rama 4

Any motorists who needs further advice can call 1197 around the clock or use the M–Help Me application or check www.trafficpolice.co.th.