Monday ban brings hope to city centre

Monday ban brings hope to city centre - The Nation, July 16, 2005
...The improved flow was not brought on by new roads, expressways or a fancy mega-project that cost taxpayers trillions of baht. Neither did it require drastic measures like an executive decree or bulldozers to clear messy areas.
In one clean sweep, the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) imposed a ban on street vendors that saved hundreds of millions of baht in fuel costs, wasted working hours and lost opportunities, not to mention the positive impact it had on real estate in the city centre...
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