Thai floodway project set to finish in 30 months
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The Thai government's USD$ 3.83billion floodway project is set to be completed in 30 months.
The project is part of an $11.18billion project on water resources management, which Thai authorities predict will permanently stop the flooding of the Chao Phraya River plain.
The floodway project involves the building of a 2km road which acts as a dyke as well as two floodways. The government is also planning an irrigation system to enable farmers to plant two to three rice crops a year.