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"Seven Dangerous Days" road safety campaign

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A joint operation centre run by the Metropolitan Police Bureau and the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration has been set up to implement road safety measures under the "Seven Dangerous Days" campaign to keep road casualties at the minimum from April 11-17.

Speed limit, driving discipline, safety helmet law and don't drive drunk policies will be strictly implemented. In addition, all public transport systems are undergoing safety checks and equipment inspection.

Medics and emergency medical services along with rescue and fire units will be on standby round the clock for seven days.


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These things should be done every day of the year,,,,,,,,,the biggest joke of the lot is 'checking all public transport systems are safe'........Some of those old buses I've seen in the last couple of days look like they havent been out on the road since Songkran last year!!
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