The following is a map produced by the Highway Department showing flooded roads in Thailand. Click here to see it in a larger map. Everything is in Thai so scroll down for a key to better understand this map. As you can see, the flood is mainly down the central region of Thailand.
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RED CAR: This road is flooded and impassable
GREEN CAR: This road is flooded but passable with care
BLUE LINE: These are diversions
ที่กม. 8-14 => This is the place of the flood at the 8-14 kilometer markers
น้ำสูง 50 ซม => This is the height of the flood, 50 centimetres
สาย 1310 => Highway 1310
ใช้สาย 1086 => This is suggesting to try Highway 1086
UPDATE: Google Crisis Response have now released an English version of their Thailand Flood Map with resources.
Current flooded provinces: there are 28 recent flooded provinces:
North – (Sukhothai, Phichit, Phitsanulok, Nakhon Sawan, Uthai Thani, Kumpangpetch and Tak)
Central – (Chai Nat, Sing Buri, Ang Thong, Phra Nakhon Si Ayutthaya, Lopburi, Saraburi, Suphan Buri, Nakhon Pathom, Pathumthani, Nonthaburi, and Samutsakhon)
Northeast – (Ubon Ratchathani, Khon Kaen, Srisaket, Roi-et, Surin, Mahasarakham and Kalasin)
Eastern – (Chacheongsao, Nakhon Nayok and Prachinburi).
Highway: 77 main highways in 15 provinces are flooded and cannot be passed. For more information, contact 1568 or DDPM Hotline 1784. [MAP]
Rural roads: 200 rural roads in 30 provinces are not passable. The lines to the Northeast, West and South are working as normal. Additional inquiry, call 1146.
Railways: All the 18 North-bound routes are still cancelled. The 12 Northeastern – bound routes are diverted to Bangkok – Mukkasan – Chaseongsao – Kang Khoi Junction where passengers can change either to Nong Khai Province Station or Ubon Ratchathani Province Station. The Northeastern bound does not stop at Samsen station, Bang Sue Station, or Don Mueang Station. All passengers must be on board at Bangkok Station (Hua Lumpong). For more information, contact State Railway of Thailand’s Hotline 1690.
No provinces in the south have been affected by the floods
Train services from Bangkok to northern destinations beyond Ayutthaya are suspended, with only limited services in the areas affected by the flooding.
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