Police Crackdown Illegally Reserved Roadside Parking in Chiang Mai

 | Thu 24 Mar 2016 07:58 ICT

CityNews – Pol. Col. Piyapan Pattarapoingsin, Superintendent of the Chiang Mai Traffic Police has begun clearing up the streets of Chiang Mai, removing privately placed ‘no parking’ signs from public roads.


Photos from CM108

The clean up has followed a recent clean up of some parts of Bangkok earlier this month where privately owned stools, signs and barriers have been removed by police to free parking spaces on public roads.

The same action is now being taken in Chiang Mai.

The crackdown will also cover those who park illegally or park on the pavement.

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