Police might close checkpoints on some roads in Bangkok if they receive too many complaints they are adding to the congestion on the capital's roads, the Traffic Police Division chief said on Tuesday.
Pol Maj Gen Piya Tawichai said the purpose of the checkpoints is to make motorists more disciplined when driving. Officers were also able to seize illegal weapons and drugs and execute overdue warrants every night, thanks to the checkpoints.
"We're now trying to integrate technology with our checkpoints to minimise the impact on traffic flow, but if there are many complaints we'll look into them immediately.
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