Starting this Wednesday, Pol Col Kitti Ariyanon, deputy commander of the Bangkok traffic police, will levy heavy fines for illegally changing lanes.
Pol Col Kitti Ariyanon reported that at 15 locations, recording cameras has been installed, i.e.
- Bang Khen Bridge, on the side of the outbound Ngam Wong Wan road,
- Flyover at the Government Complex, on the side of the outbound Chaeng Wattana road,
- Huay Kwang tunnel, on the side of the inbound Ratchadapisek road,
- Flyover at the Borom Ratchonnee Intersection, on the outbound Borom Ratchonnee Road,
- Bridge over the Bang Khen roundabout, on the inbound Chaeng Wattana road,
- Bridge over the Ratchathewee intersection, on the outbound Phetchaburi road,
- Bridge at the Din Daeng intersection, on the inbound Din Daeng road,
- Bridge at the Prachanukul intersection, on the outbound Ratchadapisek road,
- Siriraj Bridge, on the outbound Aroon Amarin road,
- Bridge at the Ratchda-Lat Phrao intersection, on the outbound Lat Phrao road,
- Bridge at the Ratchada-Lat Phrao Intersection, on the inbound Lat Phrao road,
- Bridge at the Wongsawang intersection, on the outbound Ratchadapisek road,
- Bridge at the Rama IV intersection, on the outbound Ratchadapisek road,
- Memorial Bridge, on the inbound Prajadhipok road, and
- Bridge at the Kamnan Maen Intersection, on the Kalapapruek road.
Cameras at these locations had been set up last June and were under testing. Since then, almost 200,000 motorists have changed lanes illegally, as per the officer’s report. As that has during the trial session, no charges will be levied on these motorcyclists.
But effective from Wednesday, any motorcyclist found guilty of changing lanes illegally will face severe punishments and can also be subjected to fine up to Bt1,000.
Source : Thenation
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