Pattaya mayor defends delayed drainage pipe challenge

After facing complaints from some residents, Pattaya Mayor Poramet Ngampichet defended the delayed drainage pipe challenge under the railway parallel highway. However, Fail-proof delivered disappointing news relating to its completion at a public forum held on May three in the Chumsai Community. The discussion board provided residents with the opportunity to voice their concerns and complaints in regards to the city’s infrastructure and companies.
The main complaint residents raised was the overdue completion of the disruptive roadwork along the railway tracks. They expressed their frustration with the ongoing flooding that the project is supposed to address, in addition to the fixed construction, congestion, and detours it has brought on. In response, Poramet defended the project, stating it would remedy the issue of water flowing downhill into Pattaya from Nong Prue. However, when questioned in regards to the venture timeline, he revealed the work could be on hold until a minimal of October.
The mayor attributed the delays to poor planning and an absence of coordination with the State Railway of Thailand (SRT). As a result, pipeline contractors encountered conflicts with the designs for the SRT’s high-speed prepare station. The pipes must now be rerouted to release water into the Nok Yang canal, but funding for this adjustment is not going to be obtainable until the brand new fiscal 12 months, which commences on October 1. Consequently, the challenge will continue to face setbacks, and the railway street will remain unfinished..

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