Trucks stuck on old Yangon-Mandalay road allowed to pass through expressway

According to the Myanmar Highway Freight Service Operators Association, among the large trucks that are stuck on the old Yangon-Mandalay road due to the flooding in Bago, large trucks carrying perishable goods have been allowed to pass through the expressway.
Among the large trucks that were stuck on the previous Yangon-Mandalay Road due to the rise in Bago River, the six-wheeled and twelve-wheeled large trucks carrying the perishable goods will be allowed to leave for Yangon Region via the Yangon-Mandalay Expressway starting at 11 am on 10 October.
Since the morning of 8 October, many vehicles carrying seafood and kitchen appliances coming to Yangon have been blocking the road. Large trucks loaded with perishable goods have been allowed to pass through the Yangon-Mandalay Expressway (39 miles) starting at 11 am on 10 October.
Currently, trucks going up to 39 miles from zero miles of Yangon are not allowed. Due to the condition of the expressway, trailers are not yet allowed,” said U Aung Moe, secretary of the Myanmar Highway Freight Service Operators Association.
Currently, floods have occurred due to the rise of the Bago River, and large trucks and small cars have been parked on the former Yangon-Mandalay Road (39 miles) Phayagyi Road to DaikU Road intersection. — ASH/KZL

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