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Old April 5th, 2017, 02:35 PM   #1981
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BTS Gold line | 1.8 km

BTS has officially stated that they want to use Bombardier for the Gold line.
Construction for this line will begin this year and will be completed at the end of next year.

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Old April 15th, 2017, 07:49 PM   #1987
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Who is going to become operator for Red line commuter - those SRT union vs those private sectors (BTSC / BEM)? SRT Board going to set up the new subsidiary to run Red line commuter after their own miserable records of running Airport link to the point SRT board and eventually SRT union have to reluctantly give up Airport Link to private sector
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Old April 18th, 2017, 09:37 PM   #1988
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MRTA gears up to sign monorail deals - Project plans head to cabinet late this month

18 Apr 2017 at 07:00 | WRITER: AMORNRAT MAHITTHIROOK



The Mass Rapid Transit Authority (MRTA) plans to submit the Pink and Yellow line electric train projects to the cabinet for approval later this month and sign their construction contracts early next month.

The two monorail projects involve the 30.4km Yellow Line, worth 52 billion baht, which will stretch from the Lat Phrao area to Samrong in Samut Prakan, and the 34.5km Pink Line (53.5 billion baht), which will run from Nonthaburi's Khae Rai to Bangkok's eastern Min Buri district.


MRTA deputy governor Theeraphan Tachasirinugune, who is in charge of strategy and planning, said the agency will forward the project plans to the cabinet for approval late this month.

BSR Joint Venture, which is made up of BTS Group Holding Plc, Sino-Thai Engineering and Construction Plc (STEC) and Ratchaburi Electricity Generating Holding Plc (Ratch), beat Bangkok Expressway and Metro Co (BEM) in bidding late last year to secure the two projects.

BTS holds 75% of the consortium, while STEC holds 15% and Ratch owns 10%. BEM is the operator of Bangkok's first subway line, which runs from Hua Lamphong to Bang Sue.

A selection committee formed under Section 35 of the 2013 Private Investments in State Undertakings Act has vetted details of the two projects, negotiated project prices with the bid winner and come up with conclusions, according to Mr Theeraphan.

The results of the negotiations have also been sent to the State Enterprise Policy Office and the Office of the Attorney-General for consideration.

The deputy governor said the deliberation work has now been completed. The MRTA is waiting for this to be returned to the Transport Ministry so it can be presented to the cabinet for approval.

The construction and installation of operation systems for the two projects is expected to be wrapped up within three years and three months of the contracts being signed, Mr Theeraphan said.

But these contracts do not include proposals by BSR Joint Venture to further extend the two lines.

It has proposed extending a 2.6km section from the Yellow Line's Lat Phrao station to the Ratchayothin station on the Green Line (Mor Chit-Saphan Mai-Khu Kot) as well as a 2.8km section from Chaeng Watthana Road to Muang Thong Thani on the Pink Line.

Both extension plans would require environmental impact assessments (EIA) and feasibility studies to be carried out first, according to Mr Theeraphan.

The bid winner would be responsible for all the costs of the line extensions, including construction and land expropriation, while the MRTA would play a coordinating role, he said, adding that the two extensions are not binding on the main projects.

He said the extension plans may be scrapped if a deal cannot be made.

The work on the Pink and Yellow lines will be carried out under the Private-Public Partnership net cost model, he added. Under this approach, the private sector will shoulder the cost of construction, civil engineering, operation systems, electric trains and service, maintenance and fare collection.

The concessions will be granted for 33 years and three months, Mr Theeraphan said.

The projects will be divided into two parts handled separately, the deputy governor said. The first will cover the design work, civil engineering as well as system and train installations -- also lasting for three years and three months -- while the other will involve train services and maintenance, which will last for 30 years, he said.

STEC managing director Wallop Rungkitworasathien said his company will focus on design and construction work, with the former likely drawn up within six months.

The MRTA indicated earlier that it had drafted plans to develop the land around both lines. The Pink Line will have a depot and a park-and-ride area covering 208 rai at Soi 192 of Ramkhamhaeng Road, while the Yellow Line will have 112 rai at the Si Iam intersection in Bang Na for similar purposes. it said.

Transport Minister Arkhom Termpittayapaisith said earlier the MRTA will ask the cabinet in June to approve three more electric rail line projects.

They are the 8km Blue Line extension (Bang Kae-Buddha Monthon Sai 4), the 16.4km western Orange Line (Thailand Cultural Centre-Taling Chan) and the 23.6km southern Purple Line (Tao Poon-Rat Burana). The total estimated cost is 275 billion baht.


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In summary

Current lines: 108.55 km
BTS Sukhumvit line | 22.25 km
BTS Silom line | 14.5 km
MRT Blue line | 20.8 km
SRT Airport Rail Link | 28 km
MRT Purple line | 23 km

Under Constructions Lines & Extensions: 121.77 km
MRT Sukhumvit line South extension | 12.8 km - U/C: 100%
MRT Sukhumvit line North extension | 18.4 km - U/C: 27.91%
MRT Blue line extension | 27 km - U/C: 91.45%
MRT Orange line | 22.57 km - U/C: Prep
SRT Light Red line | 15 km - U/C: 100%
SRT Dark Red line | 26 km - U/C: 83.06%

Construction Contracts Signing Early Next Month: 64.9 km
MRT Pink line | 34.5 km
MRT Yellow line | 30.4 km

Under EIA, construction this year: 1.8 km
BTS Gold line | 1.8 km

Preparing for Cabinet Approval in June: 48 km
MRT Blue line west extension | 8 km
MRT Purple line extension | 23.6 km
MRT Orange line extension | 16.4 km

Planned Extensions Preparing for Cabinet Approval: 93.8 km
MRT Sukhumvit line Second South extension | 7 km
MRT Sukhumvit line Second North extension | 9 km
SRT Airport Rail Link extension | 21.8 km
SRT Light Red line East extension | 5.7 km
SRT Light Red line West extension | 14.8 km
SRT Dark Red line North extension | 10 km
SRT Red line Missing Link extension | 25.5 km

Proposed Lines & Extensions: 48.35 km
MRT Pink line extension | 2.8 km
MRT Yellow line extension | 2.6 km
BMA Grey line Monorail | 16.25 km
BMA Bang Na - Suvarnabhumi LRT | 19.2 km
BTS Silom line extension | 7.5 km

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Bangkok Canal Boat service for Foreign tourists opened - running from Pratoo Nam to Bang Lumphu by the one who run Saensaeb boat service - this one is quite popular though - this one is considered as the extension for the existing Pratoo Nam - Saphan Chaloem Lah 56 - Charoen Phon bridge, Bobae market, Phan Fah Leelart Bridge (Saphan Phan Fah - gateway to Rattanakosin Island and Ratchadamnoen avenue) - Bang Lamphu - round trip 11 km for 1 hour with 11-12 kph average speed - running from 10 AM to 6 PM with 30 minute interval - 4 round per boat a day - with 200 Baht flat rate

Note the cheaper option is to take Pratoo Nam - Phan Fah Leelart Bridge (Saphan Phan Fah - gateway to Rattanakosin Island and Ratchadamnoen avenue) -
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For Pink and Yellow Monorail lines, any idea who's the Rolling Stock and Systems suppliers yet?

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For Pink and Yellow Monorail lines, any idea who's the Rolling Stock and Systems suppliers yet?

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It is still between Hitachi and Changchun (BTS existing Supplier). Photos posted by me on Feb 10th 2017. The contract should have been signed with BSR JV this month(April) but cabinet approval was slow so it is likely the contract will be signed with BSR in May. BSR can only finally decide on the monorail train supplier/s after they have a written contract to go ahead and construct the Pink & Yellow lines. It is possible they will opt to use one manufacturer for the Pink line and the other for the Yellow line. I have a meeting with my contact tonight and will let you know the situation as regards train purchase.
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It is still between Hitachi and Changchun (BTS existing Supplier). Photos posted by me on Feb 10th 2017. The contract should have been signed with BSR JV this month(April) but cabinet approval was slow so it is likely the contract will be signed with BSR in May. BSR can only finally decide on the monorail train supplier/s after they have a written contract to go ahead and construct the Pink & Yellow lines. It is possible they will opt to use one manufacturer for the Pink line and the other for the Yellow line. I have a meeting with my contact tonight and will let you know the situation as regards train purchase.
Correct me if I am wrong, but I thought the playing field looked like this:

CRRC Changchun do not make monorail rolling stock on their own, but via their JV with Hitachi. Therefore, for this project, Changchun and Hitachi are one and the same. As I understand, they have only ever collaborated on monorail trains in delivery to the city of Chongqing.

The other potential vendor is the JV of CRRC Nanjing and Bombardier Transportation. CRRC has chosen to use BT's Innovia 300 as their model of choice for greenfield P3 projects within China (e.g. Wuhu), and utilize the Nanjing facility for production of Innovia train sets for any BT projects in the region.

In essence, two business units of CRRC are competing against each other.

BRS would be insane to spread the contract over two suppliers. They have a very rare opportunity to treat to separate lines as one, leveraging economies of scale, and saving on operational, training, and maintenance costs.

Edit: Rereading your past posts I believe you agree with the above too and simply made a typo in your first sentence - substitute Bombardier for Hitachi.

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Correct me if I am wrong, but I thought the playing field looked like this:

CRRC Changchun do not make monorail rolling stock on their own, but via their JV with Hitachi. Therefore, for this project, Changchun and Hitachi are one and the same. As I understand, they have only ever collaborated on monorail trains in delivery to the city of Chongqing.

The other potential vendor is the JV of CRRC Nanjing and Bombardier Transportation. CRRC has chosen to use BT's Innovia 300 as their model of choice for greenfield P3 projects within China (e.g. Wuhu), and utilize the Nanjing facility for production of Innovia train sets for any BT projects in the region.

In essence, two business units of CRRC are competing against each other.

BRS would be insane to spread the contract over two suppliers. They have a very rare opportunity to treat to separate lines as one, leveraging economies of scale, and saving on operational, training, and maintenance costs.

Edit: Rereading your past posts I believe you agree with the above too and simply made a typo in your first sentence - substitute Bombardier for Hitachi.
Likely to be Bombardier who is going to supply monorail for Golden line
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time line for MRTA Orange line Subway along with MRTA Pink monorail and MRTA Yellow line monorail: expect worsening traffic chaos in Mid 2017 until the end of 2019 or longer as 10 roads have to be partially shut down to make a way for these 3 mass transit line construction

First is 21.2 km MRTA Orange line Subway from Thailand cultural center to Minburi at Suwinthawongse road [Highway 304] with a price tag of 79221 Million Baht - it will take 5 year to be done and opened in March 2023 - 12.2 km is subway section the rest is elevated section - need to ex-appropriate 594 plots of land + 222 houses at 9625 Million Baht for the stairways of 17 stations along with park and ride at Ban Mah canal station and Minburi station. Contractors are heading to construction sites of MRTA Orange line Subway on 2 May 2027 with approval from BMA and Traffic Police.

Here is the list of 17 stations of MRTA Orange line Subway

1. Thailand cultural center -interchange with Blue ring
2. MRTA
3. Pradit Manootham - near Rama 9 temple
4. Ram Khamhaeng 12 [The Mall 3]
5. Ram Khamhaeng University - in front of the Ram Khamhaeng University main gate
6. Rajamangla stadium
7. Hua Mark
8. Lam Salee - interchange with Yellow line monorail
9. Sri Boorapha - the road to NHA Housing
10. Ban Mah canal station - Park and Ride
11. Summakorn - Summakorn village
12. Nomklao - Triam Udomsuksa school - Nomklao campus
13. Rat Phatthana - near Mistine Intersection
14. Min Phatthana
15. Keha Ramkhamhaeng - NHA Housing of Ram Khamhaeng
16. Minburi - Park and Ride
17. Suwinthawongse - Highway 304

Contractors are going to be on the construction site for the 30.4 km Yellow line monorail with 23 stations at a price tag of 51,931.15 Million Baht and the 34.5 km Pink line monorail with 30 stations at a price tag of 53,519.50 Million Baht by the end of 2017 - according to BSR JV after signing the contract with MRTA in May 2017 - need permission from Highway Dept along with BMA to gain the permission at the construction site - to be done by the end of 2020

30 stations of Pink monorail

1. Nonthaburi government complex
2. Kae Rai - Chest hospital
3. Sanam Bin Nam - Government lottery
4. Samakkhi road - Bangkok international school
5. Irrigation Dept
6. Pakkret near Pakkret intersection
7. Pakkret Bypass
8. Chaeng Watthana Pakkret 28 - Central Chaengwatthana
9. Mueangthong Thani
10. Sri Rat - with future branch line to link with Impact - Challenger Hall
11. Muangthong 1 - Big C Chaeng Watthana - with
12. Government Complex
13. TOT
14. Laksi - IT Square - connecting with red line commuter
15. Rajabhat Phra Nakhon University
16. Laksi Circle - connection with Green line
17. Ram Indra - Central Ram Indra - Ram Indra km 1
18. Lad Plakhao - Ram Indra km 2
19. Ram Indra 31
20. Mayalarb [AKA Ram Indra Soi 14 - Ram Indra km 4]
21. Wajaraphon - Ram Indra km 5.5
22. Ram Indra 40
23. Khoo Bon - Ram Indra km 8
24. Ram Indra 83 - near Sinphaet hospital
25. Eastern Kanchanaphisek ring - Fashion Island - Ram Indra km 9
26. Noppharat Ratchathanee Hospital - Ram Indra km 10 near Siam Park
27. Bang Chan - near Ram Indra 109
28. Setthabut Bumphet school
29. Minburi market
30. Minburi - near Romklao intersection - with park and ride and maintenance center on 280 rai of land

Yellow line monorail is surely to create traffic chaos on Lad Phrao - Sri Nakharin road


1. Ratchada - linking with Blue ring subway and park and ride
2. Bhavana - Lad Phrao 41 - link with Wat Lad Phrao
3. Chokchai 4 - Lad Phrao 53 - the main street for suburb villages that connect with Lad Plakhao area, Wat Lad Phrao area Senanikhom area and even Nakniwat area [ Lad Phrao 71]
4. Lad Phrao 71 - Lad Phrao district here
5. Lad Phrao 83 - near Imperial World Lad Phrao
6. Mahatthai - Ladphrao 122 / Ram Khamhaeng 65 - shortcut to Rajamangla stadium
7. Lad Phrao 101
8. Bang Kapi - near Macro Bang Kapi and the Mall Bang Kapi and Happyland market
9. Lam Salee - interchange with orange line subay
10. Sri Kreetha - connect with Krungthep Kreetha road and old Seap Games village
11. Phatthanakarn - connect with Hua Mark station of airport link
12. Kalantan - a Muslim community from Kelantan
13. Sri Nut - Sukhumvit 77
14. Sri Nakharin 38
15. Rama IX park
16. Sri Udom - Sukhumvit 103
17. Sri Iam - near Si Iam Interchange - with Park and ride along with depot
18. Sri La Salle - Sukhumvit 105
19. Sri Bearing - Sukhumvit 107
20. Sri Dan - Sukhumvit 113
21. Sri Thepha - thepharak road
22. Thipphawan - thipphawan village and Saint Joseph convent school
23. Samrong - interchange with Samrong station

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Correct me if I am wrong, but I thought the playing field looked like this:

CRRC Changchun do not make monorail rolling stock on their own, but via their JV with Hitachi. Therefore, for this project, Changchun and Hitachi are one and the same. As I understand, they have only ever collaborated on monorail trains in delivery to the city of Chongqing.

The other potential vendor is the JV of CRRC Nanjing and Bombardier Transportation. CRRC has chosen to use BT's Innovia 300 as their model of choice for greenfield P3 projects within China (e.g. Wuhu), and utilize the Nanjing facility for production of Innovia train sets for any BT projects in the region.

In essence, two business units of CRRC are competing against each other.

BRS would be insane to spread the contract over two suppliers. They have a very rare opportunity to treat to separate lines as one, leveraging economies of scale, and saving on operational, training, and maintenance costs.

Edit: Rereading your past posts I believe you agree with the above too and simply made a typo in your first sentence - substitute Bombardier for Hitachi.

I spoke to the CEO and he says that they will not be making a decision for sometime. They have a lot more offers from Monorail Train Suppliers so they are keeping their options open. This CEO believes in JIT (Just In Time) delivery so they will place the orders depending on the quoted delivery time from the manufacturers. As for them being insane to spread the contract over two suppliers, this is exactly the same as for the existing BTS Green line (two suppliers) and the BEM Blue and Purple Lines (two suppliers). This gives them extra bargaining power but also solves the problem with the capabilities of the manufacturers to supply the number of units required in the delivery period.


The Gold Line monorail has already been awarded to Bombardier because of the tight delivery schedule and their monorail train is the only one that is driverless.
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Likely to be Bombardier who is going to supply monorail for Golden line
Bombardier have already been awarded the contract.
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