The Expressway Authority of Thailand (Exat) will propose a 33.4-billion-baht project to the government to build a 19.25km third outer ring road, according to Exat governor Surachet Laophulsuk.
He revealed that Exat would present the study and assessment of the project to the Office of the National Economic and Social Development Council (NESDC) today, having arranged the second public hearing for the project yesterday.
The project has been costed at 33.4 billion baht for a 19.25-kilometre expressway linking Chalongrat, Nakhon Nayok and Saraburi. It is part of the Motorway-Rails (MR) project.
The new “MR 10” expressway will also extend to the Chatu Chot toll station in northern Bangkok.
Mr Surachet said that the new road would ease traffic congestion and connect to the MR 3…