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Vibhavadi Rangsit Road ( ) or Thailand Route 31, often informally called Vibhavadi Road ( ), is a highway in Thailandmarker. It is part of Thailand Route 301.

The road begins at Phaya Thaimarker district in Bangkokmarker and crosses Chatuchak, Lak Simarker, and Don Mueangmarker districts before merging with Phahonyothin Road (Thailand Route 1), Khu Khot subdistrict, Lam Luk Kamarker district, Pathum Thani Provincemarker.

Vibhavadi Rangsit Road is a superhighway through Bangkok with no traffic lights. It is a divided highway, with each side further divided into a main road and a frontage road. Major roads that Vibhavadi Rangsit Road intersects are Din Daeng Road (its point of origin), Sutthisan Road, Lat Phrao Road, Phahonyothin Road, Ngamwongwan Road (Route 302), and Chaengwatthana Road (Route 304).
Vibhavadi Rangsit Road in Bangkok


It is named in honor of HRH Princess Vibhavadi Rangsit (1920-1977), a well-known Thai novelist who dedicated the final decade of her life to developing rural Southern Thailand, and was killed in an attack by insurgents while trying to rescue injured Border Patrol police. Prior to the renaming of Highway No. 31 as Vibhavadi Rangsit Road, it was commonly known as "Superhighway Road" ( , Thanon Superhighway).

The section between Chaeng Watthana Road and Don Mueang Airportmarker is also part of the former local road Si Rap Suk Road, which runs from Lak Si Monument to the airport.

Vibhavadi Rangsit Road between Din Daeng Intersection and Khlong Bang Sue forms the border between Din Daengmarker and Phaya Thai districts in Bangkok.


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