Employees develop a speed bump on a narrow street on Koh Larn to decrease motorcycles that race through them at breakneck speed.

Pattaya set up speed bumps on Koh Larn’s Front Pier narrow streets after speeding motorcycles struck pedestrians.

City Councilman Dilok Thongnak observed as employees laid speed bumps on the narrow streets following many mishaps in current months.

Street employees likewise covered pits at the Makham T-junction in front of Mai Samran Temple.

Front Pier Roadway was hectic over the weekend with Chinese Brand-new Year travelers and Pattaya had actually embellished the street with vibrant Chinese lanterns for the celebration.

A motorcycle passes over the recently developed roadway bump developed throughout numerous little streets to prevent them from speeding and striking pedestrians.

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