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Sukhumbhand's vision for Victory

One of the capital's biggest transportation hubs is getting ready to clean up its act

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Filthy, stinking toilets and unruly stalls on the pavements around Victory Monument will soon be a distant memory for commuters and tourists when a City Hall move to clean up the area is completed by February. 

Aside from the cleaner look, more amenities for commuters have been pledged by City Hall to give a major facelift to this most vital of bus junctions through which hundreds of thousands of people pass every day.

As many long-suffering commuters will attest, a clean-up of the Victory Monument area is way past due, a fact that has not escaped the attention of Bangkok governor Sukhumbhand Paribatra.

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