Pattaya mayor defends delayed drainage pipe venture

After dealing with complaints from some residents, Pattaya Mayor Poramet Ngampichet defended the delayed drainage pipe challenge underneath the railway parallel road. However, the mayor delivered disappointing news relating to its completion at a public discussion board held on May three within the Chumsai Community. The discussion board provided residents with the chance to voice their concerns and complaints about the city’s infrastructure and providers.
The major criticism residents raised was the overdue completion of the disruptive roadwork alongside the railway tracks. They expressed their frustration with the continued flooding that the project is supposed to address, in addition to the constant development, congestion, and detours it has triggered. In response, Poramet defended the venture, stating it might remedy the issue of water flowing downhill into Pattaya from Nong Prue. However, when questioned concerning the project timeline, he revealed the work would be on maintain till at least October.
The mayor attributed the delays to poor planning and a scarcity of coordination with the State Railway of Thailand (SRT). As a outcome, pipeline contractors encountered conflicts with the designs for the SRT’s high-speed practice station. Interesting must now be rerouted to launch water into the Nok Yang canal, however funding for this adjustment is not going to be available until the model new fiscal year, which commences on October 1. Consequently, the venture will continue to face setbacks, and the railway road will remain unfinished..

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