Because we want our city to change. In order to do so, we must identify the problem first. [Saba] led [Ice+Book+Rew] to explore the new train station to let them see by their own eyes. The new generation will take care of our society in the future. Let’s listen to them. SabaLive / Thailand Tomorrow – the seriesRead More »
Throughout the situation of Covid-19, security forces are the only group of people that is authorized to enter the area under 2 hours. However, in the area, there are no disabled people at all. Nonetheless, we are looking for the keepers of a white car. If you are the owner of this car please do contact us. As for the person who parks over the area, please notify them as following:Read More »
‘Thailand Common Restroom Standard’ Basic facilities must be at the highest standard and we can’t bear with it.
I got this photo from my friend who helps push the development of Thailand accessible facilities and he said that this restroom is “Perfect”. And I knew that as we’re all seeing the accessible restroom common standard as on picture shows, he meant to make a joke. After I saw the photo, I quickly responded his msg that “It’s not good enough”. So, I have to marked up the blind spots, all comments are from definitely from Thailand accessible law, also from my experiences:Read More »
SRT’s double track rail, the station platform wasn’t made at the same level. What will affect the passengers?
We heard the news that the State Railway of Thailand (SRT) was building station platforms which were lower than most of new stations and a public transportation system where everyone has equal access is one of our topics that has been followed closely. “If we can transport, we can develop our lives” is the sentence that I always use. I don’t care if it’s high or low, all I want is that everyone can use it conveniently and safely without extra equipment. Reducing the complexity and difficulty during the use are enough.Read More »
I went to UNIQLO at Pattanakarn so I also take a look at the surrounding. 1. Accessible toilet: The toilet is good, clean and accords to Thai standard but UNIQLO is a Japanese brand and I hope to see Japanese standard. 2. Building Access: It is accessible. I do not usually see the floor on the inside and outside of the building level. This eliminates the concern for ramps. The inside is a flat ground.Read More »
On the survey undertaken on 27 November I found that the elevator between the MRT Samyan ticket office floor and the underpass leading to Samyan Mitrtown Mall is exceptionally small. I’m in my 60cm-wide wheelchair and when in the elevator there was hardly any room left. I doubt that an elevator of this size could possibly serve passengers in electric wheelchairs or with double strollers.Read More »
27 November 2020 We found this elevator not meeting the standard requirements set out by the ministry. It is hard to believe that this has escaped the authority’s attention. I have added buttons in the image as a suggestion. Buttons lined horizontally are the most convenient for everyone.Read More »
The driver is a beautiful woman, came with her friends. Also, one of her friends gets off the car to guide the parking. Caption and photo provided by one of our members yesterday. This space is carefully provided for disability parking, but it is ruined because of your ignorance. This is a social problem, and everyone should cooperate to fix this.Read More »
PTT Pongnamron Gas Station Has Solved The misused Space and ‘Accessible Parking is Saved’ – Very Well Done!
Not long before you all may have seen a post from us urging of priority parking space that had been trespassed by rental shops in PTT Pongnamron gas station. Shortly after the post was published, the owner has contacted me to apologized and shown her willing to fix the issue.Read More »
Creating a city that everyone can equally enjoy ‘is not difficult’. Thanks to Starbucks – Phetchaburi MRT Station.
Our body is susceptible to change. Nothing guarantees that your health today will stay the same tomorrow. ‘Tomorrow you may become a wheelchair user like me’. Imagine yourself in a wheelchair and come across a difference in floor height of just under two inches. I am sure that would cause you trouble.Read More »