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Old May 4th, 2017, 12:46 AM   #2021
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Current Lines: 125.05 km
BTS Sukhumvit line | 22.25 km
BTS Silom line | 14.5 km
MRT Blue line | 20.8 km
MRT Purple line | 23 km
SRT Airport Rail Link | 28 km
BMA Bangkok BRT | 16.5 km


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Old May 4th, 2017, 08:17 AM   #2022
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The signing day for the construction contract of Pink line and Yellow line monorail has now officially been set to be May 18.

On the day of signing the contract, BTS also invited two train suppliers to attend the event, Bombardier from Canada and Chongqing from China. The ticketing system is expected to use the Spanish system.

For the proposed extensions of both lines, BTS is still committed to construct the extension within the timeframe of 3 years and 3 months and to be completed in 2020. BTS is now conducting EIA report before applying for Cabinet approval.

source: http://m.prachachat.net/news_detail....sid=1493804351


Pink and Yellow line monorail and the proposed extensions for both lines.

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So if they are inviting them both clearly they have not made a firm decision on who supplies the trains.
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Old May 4th, 2017, 10:14 AM   #2024
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According to the news, it is still not decided yet, who will be chosen among those two suppliers.
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According to the news, it is still not decided yet, who will be chosen among those two suppliers.
Chongching is not a Monorail train supplier it is a monorail operator and constructor which built and operates Chongching Monorail. As I previously reported, BT will supply the Monorail trains and control systems and an experienced Chinese Company (from Chongching) will be contracted to help with the construction.
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Chongching is not a Monorail train supplier it is a monorail operator and constructor which built and operates Chongching Monorail. As I previously reported, BT will supply the Monorail trains and control systems and an experienced Chinese Company (from Chongching) will be contracted to help with the construction.

As you've stated before and backed up with proof, you have the sources.
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New bidding to get 489 NGV buses within 90 days (all received by 31 October 2017) along with the new 200 Electric buses
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Old May 5th, 2017, 10:30 PM   #2028
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Bang Sue Grand Station | U/C: 57.3%


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What is going to happen to the Saphan Taksin BTS Station? In December 2015 it was announced that the station would be rebuild as a double track station. Until now nothing has happened.
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What is going to happen to the Saphan Taksin BTS Station? In December 2015 it was announced that the station would be rebuild as a double track station. Until now nothing has happened.
BTS Thaksin was always a temporary structure based on a politician's bright idea to save money at the time. Up until December 2015 the plan for demolishing the station and laying a dual track was published in the BTS monthly Presentation. The plan is no longer in the BTS presentation. From my friends directly involved, they are always telling me that BMA has financial problems. So this would seem to be the reason that the plan has been shelved for now. In fact, it was announced yesterday that the BTS Green Line extensions construction has been halted whilst the MRTA and BMA solve their financial dispute. The fact is that the BMA needs a cash injection to fund all their projects. I will know more after our meeting on 18th May.

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Suvarnabhumi Airport APM

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I don't understand why they have two separate metro companies - i.e. BTS & BEM? Both are incompatible with each other, ticketing system is also different. Like Singapore City, Seoul & Tokyo, Bangkok also has two different company for metro operation. If one single company could handle all four metro routes, it was much easier to operate and control the entire system with a single ticketing. Could anyone explain the reason?

A separate company for future monorail is better, but I suggest to merge both BTS & BEM to create a single company for all four metro lines.
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Old May 9th, 2017, 12:00 AM   #2033
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The Ministry of Transport will roll out "Mangmoom Card" a common ticket system, which will be used for buses first in October.

To facilitate public access to all public transport systems, Mr. Peerapol Thavorn Supacharoen, Deputy Permanent Secretary of Transport revealed that by October. There will be a ticket system in conjunction with Bangkok Mass Transit Authority buses, which are currently installing buses with electronic ticketing systems, or E-TICKET, which are expected to be available in October.

For MRT, BTS and Airport Rail Link. They are in the process of negotiating a card scanner that can read the card in the same standard. All three providers will have to install the card scanning system first, before the common ticket system will be used for service.

For joint ticket management The Mass Rapid Transit Authority of Thailand (MRTA) has established the Joint Ticketing Business Bureau to serve as a central income management center. The Joint Ticketing Business Bureau will have to negotiate with the private who wants to participate and will be the collector of the joint ticket before entering the private administration fully.


Mangmoom card can be used with:
- Convenience stores
- BMTA Buses
- BTS
- MRT
- SRT
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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%
MRT Sukhumvit line North extension | 18.4 km - U/C: 27.91%

Image of the progress of the construction of green line electric train north extension, Mo Chit - Saphan Mai - Ku Kot.

Installing the track running from the 11th Infantry Regiment to the Bang Bua Khlong Canal. Photo taken by PCGRN consultants on May 9-10.



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SRT Dark Red line | 26 km - U/C: 83.06%

Don Mueang Station


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Old May 11th, 2017, 08:21 AM   #2035
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แถวกรุงเทพนี่หาที่ติดทะเลดีๆ เข้าถึงง่ายๆไม่ได้เลย <br /><br />
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ที่พอได้คงจะเป็นตรงที่ดินหลัง สำนักงานการท่องเที่ยวและกีฬาจังหวัดสมุทรปราการ แล้วก็ถมทะเลเพิ่มอีกหน่อย ไม่ก็เวนคืนเพิ่มจากที่ดินข้างๆ ต่อรถไฟฟ้าสายสีเขียวออกไปอีก 1-2 สถานีจากบางปู กะต่อสายสีชมพูยาวลงมา รับคนจากสุวรรณภูมิมาด้วย<br /><br />
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R-Walk (Ratchaprasong Walk)


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8. InterContinental Bangkok
9. Holiday Inn Bangkok
10. Renaissance Ratchaprasong Bangkok
11. Novotel Bangkok Platinum Pratunam
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Bangkok metro system I think a fine metro network in Asia. It currently has 4 lines— Light Green, Dark Green, Blue & Purple. Except the Blue line, all are completely elevated. I think rather than two different operating company, all these four lines should be unified under a single company to operate the entire metro network more smoothly, and also they should differentiate future monorail network by naming a separate company.

After long years waiting, the purple line opened. It is completely elevated, and has a different type of rolling stock. It is a very important line because it connects the western Bangkok, far away. In future it will touch blue line.

After reading many websites I’ve recently saw some matters, which arise some questions and curiosity. Here I’m writing.

1) Light green line will be extended to the northern Bangkok from Mo Chit to Khu Khot, and to the south-eastern Bangkok from Bearing to Kheha Samut Prakan. There will be 17 new stations in north and 7 new stations in south. I heard the northern extension construction has started between Mo Chit to Khu Khot and it is planned to opening in 2019? Is it true?

2) The Kheha Samut Prakan was earlier planned to open in 2016, but it is still not opened, will it be opened in 2017? Or belated more 3 years?

3) Beside this the line is planned to extend more north towards Lam Lukka with more 5 stations, and to more east towards to Bang Pooyai with more 4 stations. When these extension will be constructed? Please write some details, with a proposed extension map of this newer plan. It will be a very long metro line, I think the north extension will connect the northern suburb.

4) Dark green line will be extended to western Bangkok from Bang Wah to Taling Chan with more 6 stations, and to city centre from National Stadium to Yot se. I could not find any map of this newer plan. When these extension will be constructed? Please write some details.

5) Blue line will be extended as a kind of loop from Bang Sue to Tha Pra in city centre, and to the western Bangkok from Hua Lamphong to Lak Song. The west extension will touch dark green line in future. There will be 10 new stations in central area and 11 new stations in west. The most peculiar thing is that in Tha Pra, there will be two different stations, side by side, but not connected to each other directly. A metro car will start journey from Lak Song and run upto Tha pra, by a lariat shaped route, entirely covering Hua Lamphong and Bang Sue, thus serving the through Tha Pra station before reaching the terminus Tha Pra station. It is very rare that serving a station twice, (I saw it in Sofia). Why they will not connect this line directly from Bang Phai to Charan Sanit Wong 13 via Tha pra, so that a circular metro service could possible from Lak Song via Tha Pra—Bang Sue—Hua Lamphong—Tha Pra—Lak Song and vice versa. It will much decongest the entire central Bangkok area. I request the metro company to slightly change the plan and run such way service in future.

6) Beside this the line is planned to extend more west towards Phutthamonthon Sai 4 with more 5 stations. When these extension will be constructed? Please write some details, with a proposed extension map of this newer plan. It will be a very long metro line, I think the west extension will connect the western suburb.

7) Purple line will be extended to from Tao Poon to Phra Pradaeng in city centre. I could not find any map of this newer plan. When these extension will be constructed? Please write some details.
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1) Light green line will be extended to the northern Bangkok from Mo Chit to Khu Khot, and to the south-eastern Bangkok from Bearing to Kheha Samut Prakan. There will be 17 new stations in north and 7 new stations in south. I heard the northern extension construction has started between Mo Chit to Khu Khot and it is planned to opening in 2019? Is it true?
Yes, currently it is 27,91% complete. The new EMU will also arrive next year.



Progress of the northern extension.


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2) The Kheha Samut Prakan was earlier planned to open in 2016, but it is still not opened, will it be opened in 2017? Or belated more 3 years?
Samrong station of the southern extension is already open for service, while the rest of the line will be open for service next year.


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3) Beside this the line is planned to extend more north towards Lam Lukka with more 5 stations, and to more east towards to Bang Pooyai with more 4 stations. When these extension will be constructed? Please write some details, with a proposed extension map of this newer plan. It will be a very long metro line, I think the north extension will connect the northern suburb.
Need to first get them approved by the Cabinet this year, before bidding can happen and construction can begin next year. The southern part will also get another extension towards Bang Pu.

Ku Kot - Lamlukka northern extension



Samut Prakan - Bang Pu southern extension




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4) Dark green line will be extended to western Bangkok from Bang Wah to Taling Chan with more 6 stations, and to city centre from National Stadium to Yot se. I could not find any map of this newer plan. When these extension will be constructed? Please write some details.
It's a proposal by the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA), they also propose the Grey line monorail. Currently these lines are under Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA).




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5) Blue line will be extended as a kind of loop from Bang Sue to Tha Pra in city centre, and to the western Bangkok from Hua Lamphong to Lak Song. The west extension will touch dark green line in future. There will be 10 new stations in central area and 11 new stations in west. The most peculiar thing is that in Tha Pra, there will be two different stations, side by side, but not connected to each other directly. A metro car will start journey from Lak Song and run upto Tha pra, by a lariat shaped route, entirely covering Hua Lamphong and Bang Sue, thus serving the through Tha Pra station before reaching the terminus Tha Pra station. It is very rare that serving a station twice, (I saw it in Sofia). Why they will not connect this line directly from Bang Phai to Charan Sanit Wong 13 via Tha pra, so that a circular metro service could possible from Lak Song via Tha Pra—Bang Sue—Hua Lamphong—Tha Pra—Lak Song and vice versa. It will much decongest the entire central Bangkok area. I request the metro company to slightly change the plan and run such way service in future.
From above it will look like this. The design is also influenced by the elevated road that runs through it.



It's quite common to run a ring line like this. Just like the Toei Ōedo Line in Tokyo.




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6) Beside this the line is planned to extend more west towards Phutthamonthon Sai 4 with more 5 stations. When these extension will be constructed? Please write some details, with a proposed extension map of this newer plan. It will be a very long metro line, I think the west extension will connect the western suburb.
The extension will be given to the Cabinet for approval in the coming months. The expected timeframe is for construction to commence in the 4th quarter of 2017.






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7) Purple line will be extended to from Tao Poon to Phra Pradaeng in city centre. I could not find any map of this newer plan. When these extension will be constructed? Please write some details.
Two lines will be presented to the Cabinet for approval next month, they include the Purple Line southern route, featuring the Tao Poon-Kru Nai section, and the Orange Line western route, featuring the Taling Chan-Thailand Cultural Centre section. Construction is expected to begin next year.




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Just in: Tomorrow's contract signing for Pink and Yellow lines has been cancelled as the cabinet has instructed the Transport Ministry to consider the extensions proposed in the offer which were included in the appendix of the offer.
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I don't understand why they have two separate metro companies - i.e. BTS & BEM? Both are incompatible with each other, ticketing system is also different. Like Singapore City, Seoul & Tokyo, Bangkok also has two different company for metro operation. If one single company could handle all four metro routes, it was much easier to operate and control the entire system with a single ticketing. Could anyone explain the reason?

A separate company for future monorail is better, but I suggest to merge both BTS & BEM to create a single company for all four metro lines.

Bangkok metro system I think a fine metro network in Asia. It currently has 4 lines— Light Green, Dark Green, Blue & Purple. Except the Blue line, all are completely elevated. I think rather than two different operating company, all these four lines should be unified under a single company to operate the entire metro network more smoothly, and also they should differentiate future monorail network by naming a separate company.

After long years waiting, the purple line opened. It is completely elevated, and has a different type of rolling stock. It is a very important line because it connects the western Bangkok, far away. In future it will touch blue line.

After reading many websites I’ve recently saw some matters, which arise some questions and curiosity. Here I’m writing.

1) Light green line will be extended to the northern Bangkok from Mo Chit to Khu Khot, and to the south-eastern Bangkok from Bearing to Kheha Samut Prakan. There will be 17 new stations in north and 7 new stations in south. I heard the northern extension construction has started between Mo Chit to Khu Khot and it is planned to opening in 2019? Is it true?

2) The Kheha Samut Prakan was earlier planned to open in 2016, but it is still not opened, will it be opened in 2017? Or belated more 3 years?

3) Beside this the line is planned to extend more north towards Lam Lukka with more 5 stations, and to more east towards to Bang Pooyai with more 4 stations. When these extension will be constructed? Please write some details, with a proposed extension map of this newer plan. It will be a very long metro line, I think the north extension will connect the northern suburb.

4) Dark green line will be extended to western Bangkok from Bang Wah to Taling Chan with more 6 stations, and to city centre from National Stadium to Yot se. I could not find any map of this newer plan. When these extension will be constructed? Please write some details.

5) Blue line will be extended as a kind of loop from Bang Sue to Tha Pra in city centre, and to the western Bangkok from Hua Lamphong to Lak Song. The west extension will touch dark green line in future. There will be 10 new stations in central area and 11 new stations in west. The most peculiar thing is that in Tha Pra, there will be two different stations, side by side, but not connected to each other directly. A metro car will start journey from Lak Song and run upto Tha pra, by a lariat shaped route, entirely covering Hua Lamphong and Bang Sue, thus serving the through Tha Pra station before reaching the terminus Tha Pra station. It is very rare that serving a station twice, (I saw it in Sofia). Why they will not connect this line directly from Bang Phai to Charan Sanit Wong 13 via Tha pra, so that a circular metro service could possible from Lak Song via Tha Pra—Bang Sue—Hua Lamphong—Tha Pra—Lak Song and vice versa. It will much decongest the entire central Bangkok area. I request the metro company to slightly change the plan and run such way service in future.

6) Beside this the line is planned to extend more west towards Phutthamonthon Sai 4 with more 5 stations. When these extension will be constructed? Please write some details, with a proposed extension map of this newer plan. It will be a very long metro line, I think the west extension will connect the western suburb.

7) Purple line will be extended to from Tao Poon to Phra Pradaeng in city centre. I could not find any map of this newer plan. When these extension will be constructed? Please write some details.
Let me give you some real food of thought - the System Can never be merged and united due to the perennial political animosity between BMA vs MRTA

Yah - the green line from Mochit to Khoo Khot will be done in 2019 - Hope that there will be no problem during construction
the construction of extension from Bearing to Samut Prakarn (The Kheha Samut Prakan) has been delayed from the plan though

Extension to Lam Lookka would have to wait for a while until the traffic have been built up with demands.

the construction of Purple line Southern extension from Tao Poon to Phra Pradaeng cannot be start until the settlement with villagers from Tao Poon to Kiakkai has been done - villagers telling MRTA to construction along the road but MRTA said the road has no space left.

Dark green line will be extended to western Bangkok from Bang Wah to Taling Chan with more 6 stations, and to city centre from National Stadium to Yot se, not a the time being though.

For the case of Blue Ring, let's see the way BEM is actually running the ring line though ... Never try to dictate the route that is not fit the way Bangkokians are actually travelling though. Wait until the contractor have been assigned to work on the extension to Phutthamonthon Sai 4 (Bangkok Border at Nong Khaem district)
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