The right side of the road for India-ASEAN highway?

A planned three-country highway project, set to link Burma, Thailand and India, expects to boost ASEAN-Indian trade and bypass the troublesome road infrastructure that currently exists – but a decision first needs to be made on which side of the road should be used. The highway is due for completion in 2017, according to Burmese state media reports, and is eventually expected to be extended to Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam which, like Burma, have right-handed traffic, whereas Thailand and India drive on the left.