The governor of Prachuab Khirikhan, along with the deputy governor, has lately called for a meeting with a committee on traffic problem solution in Hua Hin, staff of the Hua Hin railway, traffic police, tourist police and the media to discuss about urgent plans to solve traffic problems in Hua Hin.
According to the Prachuab governor Mr. Weera Sriwattanatrakul, the meeting agenda focuses on traffic problems during rush hours, holidays and weekends as well as ‘footpath seizure’ by some street vendors or taxi drivers. These problems reportedly affect people in Hua Hin and tourists.
At present, many streets of Hua Hin are scattered by signboards, billboards, rubber cones and tree branches. The more the streets are obstructed, the worse the traffic in Hua Hin will become. To make things more complicated, some street vendors are taking footpaths as their own to do business. Also, some shops along the streets have roofs so long that, when it rains, the rainwater falls down from the roof, making pedestrians unable to walk on the footpath conveniently.
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