Skywalk

Latest news: Bua Yai Junction railway station, Nakhon Ratchasima

According to the image, I have just received the latest news from our associate group. I am glad that “at least” we have some positive news. Anyway, I told them not to be happy yet. We have to wait until it’s all done, make a full trial and proceed with the follow up work closely. This topic will be presented to the State Railway of Thailand (SRT) and the Transport Minister as information of problem solving and protection for the entire system.

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SabaLive BTS National Stadium & and Pa-tum-wan the new skywalk survey

00:02:00 My today working report 00:08:13 National Stadium BTS station & platform lift survey and story. 00:21:14 Pa-tum-wan the new skywalk, it was built with ‘for everyone concept?’ A quick survey P1, found that some exist we got step down to the road. (Speaking language:Thai, Closed caption:None) Link: https://www.facebook.com/AccessibilityIsFreedom/videos/1565482433474396/

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“You’re helping us and you get nothing…” the mission to build an accessible city for everyone.

“You’re helping us and you get nothing…” A voice from the Thammasat University law students, year 2016 that I had the opportunity to work with. This is the second time that we are meeting to make an appeal at the Traffic and Transportation Department of Bangkok City (TTD) for the construction of skywalk so that it’s accessible to everyone.

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Skywalk at BTS National Stadium

BTS National StadiumLast Saturday at BTS National Stadium, I took a field survey to observe any updates of a brand-new skywalk connected to MBK, which was still under construction. As I observed, there was no accessible lift from the platform floor to floor ticket, only escalator at opposite side of MBK. Disabled passengers, especially wheelchair users, would have to face troubles getting off the station. They inevitably needed to deploy by escalator which required at least 3-4 staffs to help. This movement on this way could cause from slight injury into risk of serious accident.

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