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1. news | 03 Jan 2015
» Thirty-seven people were killed and 381 injured in 367 road accidents nationwide on Jan 2, the fourth of the "seven dangerous days" during the New Year holiday, bringing up the road toll to 227 deaths and 2,163 injuries ...
2. news | 05 Jan 2015
» The death toll from road accidents during the "seven dangerous days" of holiday travel hit 302 on Sunday with 2,843 people hurt in 2,733 accidents, according to the centre for prevention and reduction of road accidents.
3. news | 04 Jan 2015
» The New Year holiday road toll has climbed to 260 after 33 people were killed on Saturday, the fourth of the "seven dangerous days".
4. news | 02 Jan 2015
» Sixty people were killed and 625 injured in road accidents nationwide on Jan 1, bringing the total number of casualties during the first three of seven “dangerous days” to 190 dead and 1,782 hurt, according to the centre...
5. news | 09 Jan 2015
» The Transport Ministry on Friday opened a new road linking Ratchaphruek Road and Bangkok's western ring road to improve traffic flow on the western side of the Chao Phraya River.
6. news | 01 Jan 2015
» Seventy people were killed and 641 injured in 625 road accidents on New Year’s Eve, bringing carnage totals for the holiday-travel season to 128 dead and 1,158 hurt.
7. news | 31 Dec 2014
» The government has set up a centre to monitor traffic accidents to improve road safety and reduce fatalities during the New Year holidays.
8. news | 05 Jan 2015
» The year began with the usual spike in holiday traffic crashes, leading policy-makers and activists into a fresh debate over road safety.
9. multimedia | 16 Dec 2014
By Bangkok Post
» Thailand has the second-highest annual road death toll in the world, with around 26,000 people killed each year, according to a study at the University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute. We take you to a car ...
10. opinion | 08 Jan 2015
Newspaper section: News
» I praise the Prayut Chan-o-cha government for its efforts in lowering the New Year’s seven-day holiday road fatalities. This year’s toll fell by 7% compared with last year, to reach 341.