Recently, we’ve heard a statement from City of Bangkok said that they’ve their standard. They reminds me getting back since I’ve been to Japan. Let’s see the construction safety standard comparing between two countries. What you see and what you think please share with us / thanks.Read More »
Our group of activists passed by Asoke area during the beginning of April. We found that there was, at full scale, an ongoing footpath work alongside the main road. Yet there was no other way for pedestrians to walk safely and comfortably. Ordinary people might still survive this scenario but the same is not true for the disabled, and far worse for wheelchair user that has to step down on the busy street to get through. A real life-threatening moment.Read More »
Join us for the final judgement day in regard to the group of people with disabilities prosecuting, requesting 1,400 million Bath compensation in return to BMA (Bangkok Metropolitan Administration) on its failure to provide elevators and accessible facilities at BTS 23 stations.
According to the incapability of Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA), the current owner of the entire BTS, that failed to provide adequate elevators and other accessibility facilities on its BTS 23 stations, a group of people with disabilities, for this reason, had prosecuted the BMA and finally won a lawsuit on November 24, 2014. The court thus issued an order to BMA for them to complete, constructed by law, all the remaining elevators and other supportive accessibility facilities within one-year time. As such, the completion should be fulfilled by the beginning of 2016. Nevertheless, the construction remains unfinished to this day, …Read More »
The Next Move : PWDs networks join forces, going to sue against Bangkok City Hall again for failed to satisfy an Administrative Court ordered failed elevators and accessible facilities installation.
PWDs Sue Against City Hall Transportation For All (T4A), Disabilities Thailand, and Person with disabilities (PWDs) networks will, once again, make a gathering marching to sue against the Bangkok City Hall and demand for reasonable compensations from their failure to meet the Administrative Court’s order to install newly elevators and accessible facilities at all the original 23 BTS stations, giving it one year implementation and it is now three years passed. At Administrative Court, Chang-Wat-ta-na road.Read More »
Bangkok, Thailand: The first minute meeting between me and T4A, Traffic and Transportation Department (of Bangkok Government), BTS and related organisations (since 03/16/2018)Read More »
Bangkok, Thailand: Soon after the Administrative Court has issued the order: To completion within a year the installation of elevators and all accessible facilities constructed strictly by law, on all connections from the ground up to the platform floor of the BTS stations.Read More »
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/Read More »
The BTS first 4 ElevatorsAfter opening ceremony with Governor of Bangkok and his team, I went to test this brand-new BTS’s elevator. Accidentally, I met a foreign family with a baby in stroller at the platform floor so we had some conversation then. I told them that today was the first day for the lift’s operation. They were so friendly and I didn’t forget to take a picture with them. Their smiles were beautiful and I wanted to share it with all of you.Read More »
Accessibility Is FreedomAs we are represented to be a coordinator as well as a group of social activists who has monitored, now mainly, the construction of BTS’s disabled elevator for a year. Today we are heading to the Bangkok’s Civil Court to address this late non-fixed issue of the elevator. We are proud to give vital contribution as a supporter and to tell our society the cold fact. We perceive this, and oncoming, problems through the lens of possibility and are willing to take on just about anything that comes along the way. Some of our projects and campaigns might …Read More »
The motorcycle runs on the footpath is the one of our city problem that we see everyday. The problem effecting to either our safety as well as our city outlook. The law has already clear defined but the responsibility and the rule administration are low. I went out to do the survey on the footpath at Soi A-soke(Su-khum-vit 21), it is the business center of Bangkok.Read More »