ETA forced to rethink airport highway route

ETA forced to rethink airport highway route - Bangkok Post, November 29, 2007
...The expressway was endorsed in 2004 by the Thaksin Shinawatra government, which gave the ETA approval to make a feasibility study of the 22.5km route, which encompasses areas in five city districts: Klong Toey, Wattana, Suan Luang, Prawet and Lat Krabang, and Bang Phli district in Samut Prakan.
The first 17.5km section, known as M1-1, starts from the Chalong Rat-Suvarnabhumi expressway in Wattana district and heads to the airport. The other 5km route heads into the city over Rama IV road to the Customs Department intersection in Klong Toey, with four possible route options.
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