Thailand Route 32

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Thailand Route 32
ทางหลวงแผ่นดินหมายเลข 32
Route information
Part of
Length 150.545 km (93.544 mi)
Existed 1973 – present
Major junctions
From Bang Pa-in Interchange in Bang Pa-In, Ayutthaya Province
To Luang Por O Junction in Manorom, Chainat Province
Highway system

Highways in Thailand

Motorways
AH1, AH2 and Thailand Route 32 in Ayutthaya

Thailand Route 32 (Thai: ทางหลวงแผ่นดินหมายเลข 32 -Thang Luang Phaen Din Mai Lek 32, in English usage: Highway 32) is a Highway in Thailand.

It begins in the county( Amphoe ) Bang Pa-In in Ayutthaya at the junction of Phahonyothin Road (National Road 1) and Outer Bangkok ring road (Motorway 9). Then guides you through the provinces of Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, Ang Thong, Singburi, Chainat to them directly to the border with Nakhon Sawan Province meets again at Phahonyothin Road.

Until the mid-1990s, this highway was tolled. Two toll booths are still there today, but are now used as an administration building.

The Highway 32 is compared with other long haul routes, the shorter and faster way of Bangkok direction Nakhon Sawan and North Region Thailand. It belongs to the Asian Highway Network AH1 and AH2 and the Kunming-Bangkok Expressway.

In the years 2008/2009 was due to the high volume of traffic between Bangkok and Nakhon Sawan, the highway to six lanes, at times even extended to eight lanes.

References[edit]

  • ThinkNet:Road Map of Thailand. MapMagic CD + Paper Map.Multi-Purposes Bilingual mapping software, Bangkok, 2008 edition.