Published: May 01, 2021
The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) will invite bids from private contractors to manage the commercial areas at the Bang Sue Grand Station as well as along the Red Line suburban railway system in June this year, Transport Minister Saksayam Chidchob said this week.
Published: February 08, 2021
The large number of foreign tourists visiting each year includes a large group that has started to look at condominiums to buy, so they can have a place to stay when they visit Phuket.Some also sought additional rental income when they were not in residence.
Published: January 21, 2021
The maximum fare for the Red Lines has been set at Bt42, according to a source at the Department of Rail Transport. Due to start operating this year, the Dark Red Line from Bang Sue-Rangsit will charge Bt14-42 while the Light Red Line from Bang Sue-Taling Chan will charge Bt14-38. The maximum fare to ride both lines together is Bt42.
Published: December 15, 2020
Civil construction of Bang Sue Central Station, which will serve as the hub of high-speed train connecting three airports (Don Mueang, Suvarnabhumi and U-Tapao), as well as the 10 stations of the Red Line urban train route, is now 100 per cent complete.
Published: July 21, 2020
Railway unions have opposed a public-private partnership (PPP) plan to construct Red Line links from Bang Sue to Rangsit and Bang Sue to Taling Chan. The decision to open up Red Line construction and operation to private investors was approved last week by the State Railway of Thailand.
Published: March 18, 2020
The State Railways of Thailand (SRT) is expected to call bids for the extension project of the suburban Red Line mass transit system in June, said acting governor Worawut Mala today (March 18), adding that the work will be split into three contracts.
Published: December 09, 2018
PROPERTY DEVELOPERS are expanding their commercial and residential investments by more than Bt200 billion around the Red Line route under construction from Bang Sue to Rangsit, with expectations that the new route will start operating in 2021, according to a recent survey by The Nation.
Published: May 04, 2017
The Engineering Institute of Thailand (EIT) has blamed recklessness for last week’s incident when large metal beams used to supporting the construction of a concrete cross support on the elevated Red Line extension fell, killing three workers in front of Bangkok’s Wat Don Mueang School on Kamphaeng Phet 6 Road.
Published: August 26, 2016
HITACHI, as part of the MHSC consortium that won the third contract in the Red Line commuter-rail project, has promised to deliver train carriages in 2020 as scheduled, while expecting to contribute to the Thai economy through its newly launched Social In