The construction of a Bt53-billion motorway from Bang Pa-In to Nakhon Ratchasima may be delayed. Highways Department director-general Veera Ruangsooksriwong yesterday said a health-impact assessment (HIA) might be needed for the project, in order to comply with Article 67 (2) of the Constitution. (The Nation)
HIA requirement could delay highway projects
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