Pattaya pledges traffic signs for School No. 6

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Pattaya officials continued their weekly visits to Pattaya public schools with an inspection at Pattaya School No. 6.
Pattaya officials continued their weekly visits to Pattaya public schools with an inspection at Pattaya School No. 6.

Pattaya officials pledged to install new traffic signs near Pattaya School No. 6 to resolve long-running congestion problems.

City Council Chairman Anan Ankanawisan and member Maj. Gen. Popanan Luengpanuwat continued their weekly visits to Pattaya public schools with an inspection at the East Pattaya school July 10.

Principal Prasert Pimolsakul said School No. 6 is struggling for funds and had already submitted a budget request for new desks, chairs and other equipment, but there has been no action on it. He asked the councilors to try to expedite the funds.

More urgently, however, is the need for traffic signs, or even traffic police, to keep cars moving in and out of the railway parallel road.

The two officials said the city council would take up a budget request for traffic signs at the next meeting. They also promised to follow up with the Education Department regarding the equipment requisition.