The 32 elected deputies of the Move Forward Party (MFP) for Bangkok, led by Pita Limjaroenrat, have met with the Governor of Bangkok, Chadchart Sittipunt, and his team to discuss cooperation in solving the pressing problems of the capital.
Several important issues were raised during the meeting, one of which is the PM2.5 dust situation. Similarly, the transfer of the Khlong Toei port was addressed to alleviate traffic congestion.
In addition, the meeting discussed the city’s traffic light system, the possibility of increasing taxes on unused commercial land, and the implementation of a single ticket system for bus services.
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MP Limjaroenrat underscored the Move Forward party’s commitment to work seamlessly with the municipal administration to address outstanding issues and effectively manage future challenges that may arise.
dealt with moving Khlong Toei port to ease traffic congestion
Governor Sittipunt, for his part, expressed his appreciation for the visit of Pita and the Bangkok MPs-elect to the City Hall, noting that their meeting was an essential first step in fostering cooperation between the new administration and the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration.