Thai province Rayong to propose development projects to mobile Cabinet


BANGKOK (The Nation/ANN): Among the priority projects are increasing the efficiency of water management in the Eastern Economic Corridor (EEC) area, special highway construction, U-Tapao checkpoint and high-speed train extension to Rayong train station, mass transit system development to support EEC city development, Pluak Daeng royal project development service centre and others

The private and public sectors have proposed a remedial programme to deal with Covid-19 fallout in Rayong, especially to relieve the impact of tourism on Samet island, management of wastewater, waste and industrial waste, air management in industrial estates and making Khao Chamao Development Project an open zoo for nature studies and solving problems of coexistence of people and wildlife.

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