PHUKET: Queuing is an unpleasant but unavoidable aspect of modern life – we queue to check in at the airport, to buy a movie ticket and to purchase things in a store. And more and more in Phuket, we queue to park our cars.
Poor oversight of parking lots, lack of public transportation and a growing number of cars on the road are just some of the reasons that parking spots on the island are increasingly scarce.
The Phuket Gazette‘s latest online poll addresses the problem and asks, “Should owners of all new buildings be forced to provide parking spaces as a mandatory requirement for the building permit to be approved?”
To have your say in this poll, click here.
If you have already voted and want to check the latest results, click here.
To view the results of our previous poll, asking “Should Phuket authorities be lenient in allowing illegal taxi drivers to become legal?”, click here.
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