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BANGKOK 12 December 2018 14:52
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Jomtien traffic lines confuse

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Jomtien traffic lines confuse

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PATTAYA:--New safety lines painted across a Jomtien Beach intersection has both drivers and pedestrians scratching their heads as to their meaning.

 

The crisscross pattern spanning the junction of Thappraya and Thepprasit roads – the so-called Grand Jomtien Junction – reminded people of the world-famous Shibuya, Tokyo intersection, one of the world’s busiest.

 

Some speculated the lines meant “no parking”. In fact they are there to make drivers slow down and be aware they’re entering an intersection.

No parking zones also had been painted along the side of the two roads.

 

 
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Yellow boxes that nobody gives a toss here and if observed properly can help with traffic flow.

 

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A troll post has been removed, if you have some complaints about the copy please take it up with the original source, thank you. 

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In Thailand they mean "no stopping in order not to block other traffic" 

Everybody with a Thai driver's license should know that.

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No parking signs, lines on the road are meaningless in Thailand. Thais just drive and stop wherever they wants as long as there is enough space for them.

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