Lecturers from Thammasat University have recently collected information concerning road safety problems in Hua Hin and will forward a report to government.
On 29th July 2013, Assissant Professor Dr. Pawinee Eamtrakul, an expert on city planning from Thammsat University with a team of researchers on Thailand’s traffic systems, attended a meeting with public officers and representatives of local Hua Hin communities. The meeting addressed problems about traffic and the safety of foreign visitors. Recommendations from this meeting will be sent to concerned organisations and the government who will work on solutions.
Asst. Prof. Dr. Pawinee’s team was financially supported to collect such information in Koh Samui, Pai District and Hua Hin. Although the conditions vary in these locations, the major problems are not that different, particularly problems for foreign visitors. Public organisations need to be aware of the problems and at the same time foreigners should learn about how to avoid road accidents and how to apply for international driving licenses.
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