The ASEAN Summit is a biannual meeting held by the members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations in relation to economic, political, security, and socio-cultural development of Southeast Asian countries.
This year’s summit will be held on November 2-4 at Impact Arena in Muang Thong Thani, Nonthaburi. Ten ASEAN heads of government and representatives of 6 other countries are attending.
Here are the suggested routes for the public during the summit according to the ASEAN Information Center. The public is encouraged to voluntarily use public transport.
Here are the Report on Road Concerns and Traffic Management during the 35th ASEAN Summit in Thailand.
The motorcades transporting State leaders will take place from 1 pm on November 1- 8 pm on November 4 and regular routing will resume as soon as roads are opened.
The bypass routes that people are advised to use include: Phetchaburi Road, Rama IX Road, Ratchaprarop Road, Phaya Thai Road, Sathorn Road, Rama VI Road, Naradhiwat Rajanagarindra Road, Phatthanakan Road, Srinagarindra Road, Vibhavadi-Rangsit Road, Phahonyothin Road, Ngamwongwan Road, and Chaeng Watthana Road
Roads where vehicular traffic is likely to be strongly affected include: Asoke Tollway entrance ramp, Sirat Expressway, Makkasan Interchange, Rama IV Tollway exit ramp, Rama IV Road (Sala Daeng Intersection – Ratchada Rama IV Intersection), Ratchadaphisek Road (Ratchada Rama IV intersection – Asoke Intersection), Sukhumvit Road (Asoke Intersection – Nana Intersection), Ploenchit Road (Nana Intersection – Chidlom Intersection), Rama I Road (Chidlom Intersection – Chaloem Phao Intersection), Wireless Road Intersection, Ploenchit – Wireless Intersection, Ratchadamri Road (Ratchaprasong Intersection – Sala Daeng Intersection), Silom Road (Nararom Intersection – Silom Intersection), Charoen Krung Road (Surawong Intersection – Chalermphol Intersection), Don Muang Tollway entrance connecting Din Daeng, Surawong Expressway (Phaya Thai level), Sirat Expressway (Different levels, Phayathai Express, Muang Thong Thani)
Source: ASEAN Information Center