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Old July 17th, 2016, 07:31 PM   #1701
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Bang Sue Grand Station
Progress : 45.54% - Biggest Station in South East Asia



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Located in northern Bangkok.


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This is pretty huge station... Are there so many trains in Thailand to fill it?
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This is pretty huge station... Are there so many trains in Thailand to fill it?
1. red line commuter networks '
2. intercity rapid - express - special express
3. airport link extension
4. future high speed train
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Old July 18th, 2016, 04:55 AM   #1704
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This is pretty huge station... Are there so many trains in Thailand to fill it?
SRT currently runs around 200 train services from and to Bangkok Station daily plus commuter train services (Dark and Ligth Red Line), Airport Rail Link Extension and High Speed Train in the near future.

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Which side of the Bangna Trad Dual Carriageway will the LRT run. I have the station design but it does not show which direction the cross-section is shown in.

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Bidding for Orange Line MRT has started - with 6 contracts:


Contract 1 - Subway section from Thailand Cultural center to the Southern end of Ram Khamhaeng 12 station - 6.9 km at 19,829,092,043.95 Baht with 3 subway stations including Thailand cultural center, MRTA, and Pradit Manootham station

Contract 2 - Subway section from Ram Khamhaeng 12 station to the Western end of Hua Mark station - 3.44 km at 20,659,945,819.56 Baht with 4 stations including Ram Khamhaeng 12, Ram Khamhaeng University, Rajamangla stadium, Hua Mark station

Contract 3 - Subway section from the eastern end of Hua Mark to Ban Mah - 4.04 km at 17,839,964,139.01 Baht with 3 stations including Lam Salee station, Sri Boorapha station and Ban Mah station

Contract 4: Elevated section from Ban Mah to Suwinthawongse - 8.8 km at 9,586,801,943.14 Baht with 7 stations including Summakorn village, Nom Klao, Rat Phatthana, Min Phatthana, Keha Ramkhamhaeng, Minburi, and Suwinthawongse

Contract 5: the maintenance centers along with park and ride at 4,700,160,446 Baht

Contract 6: Platelaying from Thailand cultural center to Suwinthawongse at 22.50 km with the price tag of 3,624,471,890.94 Baht
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MRT Purple line - (23 km) - 100% - Operational on August 6

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Old July 26th, 2016, 10:43 AM   #1708
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SRT Red line Missing Link extension - (25.5 km) Bang Sue - Phaya Thai - Hua Mak & Bang Sue - Hua Lamphong has now been approved by the Cabinet.

Bidding will take place at the end of August

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Again, here's an updated list of the status of the lines in BKK and Vicinities.

Current Lines (125.05 km including BRT)
  1. BTS Sukhumvit line - (22.25 km)
  2. BTS Silom line - (14.5 km)
  3. MRT Blue line - (20.8 km)
  4. SRT Airport Rail Link - (28 km)
  5. MRT Purple line - (23 km)
  • BMA Bangkok BRT - (16.5 km)

Under Constructions & Approved Lines (99.2 km + 111.4 km)
  • MRT Sukhumvit line north extension - (18.4 km) - 8.95%
  • MRT Sukhumvit line south extension - (12.8 km) - 88.85%
  • MRT Blue line extension - (27 km) - 79.03%
  • SRT Light Red line - (15 km) - 100%
  • SRT Dark Red line - (26 km) - 64.27%
Approved lines currently undergoing bidding, construction early 2017.
  • MRT Pink line Monorail - (34.5 km) - In the process of bidding
  • MRT Yellow line Monorail - (30.4 km) - In the process of bidding
  • MRT Orange line - (21 km) - In the process of bidding
  • SRT Red line Missing Link extension - (25.5 km) - Bidding end of August

Upcoming Lines & Extensions (139.15 km)
  • SRT Airport Rail Link extension - (21.8 km) - Given to Cabinet for approval
  • MRT Purple line south extension - (23.6 km) - Given to Cabinet for approval in August
  • MRT Blue line west extension - (7 km) - Given to Cabinet for Approval in August
  • BMA Gold line - (1.7 km) - Fast Tracked, undergoing EIA
  • MRT Orange line west extension - (16.4 km) - Fast Tracked, undergoing EIA
  • MRT Sukhumvit line second south extension - (9.2 km) - Fast Tracked, undergoing EIA
  • MRT Sukhumvit line second north extension - (6.5 km) - Fast Tracked, undergoing EIA
  • SRT Dark Red line extension - (10 km) - Under Ministerial Review
  • BMA Grey line Monorail - (16.25 km) - Undergoing EIA
  • BMA Bang Na - Suvarnabhumi LRT - (19.2 km) - Undergoing EIA
  • BTS Silom line extension - (7.5 km) - Undergoing EIA
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Old July 26th, 2016, 02:43 PM   #1709
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Thai cabinet approves $1.26 bln rail projects

Reuters | Tue Jul 26, 2016 4:35am EDT

Thailand's cabinet approved construction on Tuesday of two Bangkok railway lines worth 44.16 billion baht ($1.26 billion), part of a larger infrastructure initiative by the ruling junta as it seeks to revive the sluggish economy.

The lines are among some 20 infrastructure projects worth 1.4 trillion baht ($40 billion) that the military government hopes to get underway before 2018. The State Railway of Thailand is expected to open bidding for the projects in August and construction will likely start in February, Kobsak Pootrakool, vice minister at the Prime Minister's Office, told reporters.

The proposed 25.9 km (16 mile) overground and underground dark red and light red lines will connect northern Bangkok to the city's eastern suburbs and to the city centre. It follows the approval of several rail lines in the traffic-jammed Thai capital this year. "Once this project is completed, it will change the lives of people in Bangkok," said Kobsak. The two routes will take about three years to build and should be ready for passengers by 2020, Kobsak said.

Thailand's transport minister expects large infrastructure projects to boost economic growth to 3.5 percent this year, adding about 0.3 to 0.5 percentage point to this year's economic growth. Fitch Ratings said earlier this month that there has been a lag in infrastructure development in Thailand since the 1997/1998 Asian financial crisis compared with neighbouring countries. It expects infrastructure investment to increase over the next several years as the government prioritises such development. The central bank in June kept its 2016 growth forecast for Southeast Asia's second-largest economy at 3.1 percent.

($1 = 35.0100 baht) (Reporting by Pracha Hariraksapitak; Writing by Pairat Temphairojana; Editing by Amy Sawitta Lefevre and Kim Coghill)
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Note: this is an old video from 2010 which does not depict Makkasan - Hua Mak section of the Light Red Line.



Makkasan - Bang Sue section (Light Red Line) :

0:37 - Makkasan Station: Interchange with ARL Makkasan City Air Terminal, MRT Petchaburi Station (Blue Line) and SRT Makkasan Railway Station (Eastern Line)
1:35 - Phayathai Station: Interchange with ARL Phayathai Station and BTS Phayathai Station (Light Green Line)
2:35 - Chitralada Railway Triangle
2:57 - Section that pass Chitralada Royal Railway Station
3:20 - Rajavithi Station: Interchange with SRT Dark Red Line
4:17 - Samsen Station (Dark Red Line): Light Red Line services do not serve passengers from this station
4:40 - Bang Sue Central Station: Interchange with ARL, MRT, SRT Dark Red Line, Long-distance train services and HSR services (proposed)

Bangkok (Hua Lamphong) - Bang Sue section (Dark Red Line) :

5:12 - Bangkok Railway Station (Hua Lamphong): Interchange with MRT Hua Lamphong Station
5:25 - Light Red Line's Hua Lamphong station which located in the eastern side of the existing railway station
5:45 - Yotse Station: Interchange with BTS Dark Green Line's
6:35 - Yommarat Station, Chitralada Railway Triangle
7:05 - Section that pass Chitralada Royal Railway Station
7:20 - Rajavithi Station: Interchange with SRT Light Red Line
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BMA Gold line - (1.7 km)
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Old July 29th, 2016, 08:04 PM   #1711
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MRT Purple line - (23 km) - 100% - Operational on August 6



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SRT Dark Red line - (26 km) - 64.27%

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Inside Sanamchai Subway station - thanks to the discovery of the old palace which has been demolished to make the way for Ministry of Commerce Building (Now Museum Siam) - this one is in closed proximity of Wat Po and Grand Palace so it is fully justified to decorate in this way - Photo by KHun Teng Nueng (กฤตัชญ์ บุญณรงค์)
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Old August 3rd, 2016, 06:30 AM   #1713
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Plan for 5 km extend Phaseecharoen Boat service from Phetkasem Soi 69 to Wat Nong Khaem (western end of Bangkok) has to be postponed due to the fact that contractor (Trio Bright) has not finished the construction of the piers along with the assembly of the 6 new boats for this extension.

There will be 4 piers with a price tag of 7.4 million Baht for this 5 km extension
1. Lak Sam - done
2. Nong Khaem - done
3. BMA Apartment - Not done yet
4. Bang Bon 5 (Wat Nong Khaem) - Not done yet
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Old August 3rd, 2016, 08:52 AM   #1714
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Current status for Blue Ring

Civil Worls Overall 80.86% done

Contract 1 Civil works on the underground section from Hua Lamphong to Sanam Chai - 87.60 % Done
Contract 2 Civil works on the underground section from Sanam Chai to Tha Phra (the underground section ended near Wat Kalayanamit) - 97.76 % Done
Contract 3 Civil Work on elevated track from Tao Poon to Tha Phra is 59.76% done
Contract 4 Civil Work on elevated track from Tha Phra to Lak Song is 81.18% done
Contract 5: Platelaying from Hua Lamphong to Bang Khae and Tao Poon to Tha Phra is 76.66% done

the schedule for the opening of Blue ring is
1. Hua Lamphong - Tha Phra - Lak Song in February 2019
2. Tao Poon - Tha Phra in October 2019

http://nwnt.prd.go.th/CenterWeb/News...T5908030010001

Special plan of hiring BEM to allow the extension of blue ring from Bangsue to Tao Poon to be opened in March 2017 as the way to end the inconvenient transfer between Blue Ring and purple line
http://www.manager.co.th/iBizChannel...=9590000076691
http://www.thaipost.net/?q=%E0%B8%A3...%B5%E0%B8%8460
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Old August 4th, 2016, 08:38 AM   #1715
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Reviving the boat service along Rangsit canal. Technically, Rangsit canal is in the Eastern bank of Pathum Thani province but it is also a suburb of Bangkok with a status of city for Rangsit while the rest are just a big town.

The rising traffic jam along Highway 305 (Rangsit - Nakhon Nayok) due to the rising number of cheap suburban villages (1-3 Million Baht per house - about 35000 - 100,000 US$) along Highway 305 has compelled Pathum Thani provincial Hall and Mayors of municipals along Rangsit canal to reintroduce Rangsit boat service which have been moribund for ages. They cannot wait for Red line commuter which will be opened for service around 2019-2022 though.

the Manager of Rangsit canal Boat service (from TCSS Co. Ltd. the concession holder) said Pathum Thani provincial Hall has finished the construction of 14 piers from Chulalongkorn Watergate to Klong 7 with the distance of 13 km and with total price tag of 20 Million Baht since the late 2015 - with a plan for the starting of service in early 2016.

However, the bureaucratic red tapes has delayed the project due to the fact that Rangsit Canal is under the administration of Royal Irrigation Dept, not Harbor Dept which handle boat service. Worse, the drought of 2016 has dried up Rangsit canal for several months and need to wait until the rainy season that Rangsit canal is full of water once more. Pathum Thani provincial Hall has to call a meeting to make a settlement.

There are 18 aluminum boats with the width of 2.5 meter with a price tag of 5-6 million Baht per boat - with design to cut down the noise and wave - can accept 80 passenger per boat - ONLY run during the rush hour service from 6 AM to 9 AM and 4 PM to 7 PM - depart in every 14-15 minutes and it takes 70 minutes to run from Pier 1 (Chulalongkorn Watergate) to Pier 14 (Klong 7) and the passenger ticket is 20 Baht maximum based on Diesel price at 30 Baht per litre

During Non rush hour, those 18 aluminum boats will function as tourist boats that run charter service started from the depot at Pier 1 (Chulalongkorn Watergate) and Royal Irrigation Dept has to control the water level to guarantee that there will always enough water to run boat services while municipals along Rangsit canal, esp Rangsit city municipal, must dredge Rangsit canal to ensure that Rangsit canal is always deep enough for boat services.

It will take 4 years to break even and once Red line commuter has been opened, Rangsit Canal Boat service will function as feeder system and it will need to make Pier 1 (Chulalongkorn Watergate) connect with Rangsit station though even though it would be better connection if they have moved Pier 1 to be on Prem Prachakorn canal which is closer to Rangsit railway station than existing Chulalongkorn Watergate pier. Future Park Rangsit pier is expected to the busiest pier due to the connection with buses and van in front of Major Rangsit

For each of the 14 piers, there will be a pontoon that accept 25 passengers along with the resting places. Here is the list of 14 piers

1. Chulalongkorn Watergate
2. Prachadhipat School
3. Future Park Rangsit
4. Saphan Daeng
5. Klong 3
6. Dream World (Theme park)
7. Tesco Lotus Klong 4
8. Phra Ong Chao Sai Bridge
9. Fah Lagoon Village
10. Mujindaram Temple - near Kanchanaphisek Ring road
11. Thunyaburi district Pier
12. Big C Klong 7
13. Lam Lookka Intersection
14. Lotus Klong 7

https://economic.kachon.com/62134
http://www.dailynews.co.th/article/512858
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the starting of MRT Purple Line - 3:29 PM of Saturday 6 August 2016 with the ticket price from Klong Ban Phai to Tao Poon at 42 Baht while travelling just one station would mean 14 Baht ... For those who want to take the train from Klong Bang Phai to Hua Lamphong, the ticket price is just 70 Baht - there are 4 park and ride for purple line - each has capacity of more than 1000 automobiles.

Train from Klong Ban Phai to Tao Poon will depart from 3:29 PM to 10 PM while the train from Tao Poon will start from 3:45 PM to 10 PM -

On weekdays (Mon to Fri), the operating hour started from Klong Bang Phai to Tao Poon from 5.30 AM to 10 PM and the train from Tao Poon to Klong Bang Phai started from 05.55 AM to 10.40 PM

On weekends (Sat to Sun), the operating hour started from Klong Bang Phai to Tao Poon from 6 AM to 10 PM and the train from Tao Poon to Klong Bang Phai started from 6.15 AM to 10.40 PM


1. Klong Bang Phai - with 3 floor building which can carry 1800 automobiles.

2. Bang Yai Intersection - with 10 floor building which can carry 1460 automobiles.

3. Bang Rak Noy - Tha It - with 10 floor building which can carry 1070 automobiles.


4. Nonthaburi 1 with 4 floor building which can carry 435 automobiles.

the operating hour for park and ride is from 5 AM to 1 PM on weekdays and 5.30 AM to 1 AM during weekends,

BTW, the actual passenger services starts at 5 AM of 6 August 2016 - after Princess Sirindhorn has departed from ceremony place at Bang Phai Depot
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MRT Purple line - (23 km)

Purple line getting ready to officially open for service tomorrow.


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I really admire how Thai architects have been able to translate cultural designs into the modern space while still being true and still retaining its authenticity. China is a hit-and-miss, with the misses making it very tacky.
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Congratulations Bangkok with opening of Purple Line. Updated map from urbanrail.net:
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Thank you dimlys1994

HRH Princess Maha Chakri Sirindhorn officially commenced the service and operation of MRT Purple Line :

August 6th, 2016 | Photographs by Tanachai Pramarnpanich | Published by Nation Photo













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