The Cabinet has knocked and expropriated the land of Bangkok. 5 districts prepare to build “Kiakkai Bridge”, 6 lanes wide, crossing the Chao Phraya Support the new parliament
Ms. Ratchada Thanadirek, Deputy Spokesperson for the Prime Minister’s Office Revealed after a meeting of the Cabinet (Cabinet) that the Cabinet approved a draft royal decree determining the area of land to be expropriated in the locality Bang O Subdistrict, Bang Phlat District, Thanon Nakhon Chaisi Subdistrict, Dusit District, Bang Sue Subdistrict, Bang Sue District, Samsen Nai Subdistrict, Phayathai District, and Chatuchak Subdistrict, Chomphon Subdistrict, Chatuchak District, Bangkok B.E. …. as proposed by the Ministry of Interior
Ms. Ratchada said that the essence is the determination of the land area to be expropriated in the said area to build a bridge across the Chao Phraya River at Kiakkai intersection. Connect with road building and expansion to solve traffic problems by allowing the officers to survey the real estate to be expropriated accurately and clearly The land to be expropriated has the narrowest part of 50 meters and the widest part of 1,250 meters.
The nature of the project is the construction of a bridge across the Chao Phraya River at Kiakkai Intersection along the Military Road. which Bangkok considers appropriate and is the best choice. as well as adjusting the form of Kiakkai Bridge to not affect the new parliament area The bridge is 320 meters long, 6 traffic lanes, connecting the Thon Buri side and the Phra Nakhon side.
In the past operations, the BMA has organized a process for public hearings in the area 4 times, as well as preparing an Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) report in the event that the area is located near ancient monuments. archaeological site historical site or a historical park according to the law on ancient monuments, antiques, artifacts and national museums within a distance of 2 kilometers already
“When the Kiakkai Bridge and the connecting road were completed, It will be able to support the increased traffic volume in the area around the new parliament, about 100,000 cars per day, which will help solve traffic problems and optimize the transport network in the upper Bangkok area.”