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Old November 27th, 2014, 04:47 PM   #281
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Old November 27th, 2014, 09:02 PM   #282
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So the triple track railways shall be demolished?
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Old November 27th, 2014, 09:04 PM   #283
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They are still there, they just won't build more of it
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Old December 4th, 2014, 10:13 PM   #284
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Chinese-backed standard gauge project edges forward
04 Dec 2014



THAILAND: The National Legislative Assembly voted on December 4 by a majority of 187 in favour of approving a memorandum of understanding between the Thai and Chinese governments over the construction of a north-south standard gauge main line corridor.

According to the 2015-22 Thai infrastructure development plan, the corridor would comprise a 734 km spine from Nong Khai in the north to the port of Map Ta Phut near Rayong in the south, with a 133 km spur linking Kaeng Khoi with central Bangkok. Funding for the railway would be covered by a bi-lateral agreement between the two governments.

Successive Thai administrations have had ambitions to build up to four 1 435 mm gauge lines for use both by fast passenger services and freight. Chinese officials have been supportive, seeing the plans as a means to overcome the break of gauge issues which have stymied development of an effective trans-ASEAN rail corridor from Kunming, a railway hub for southwestern China

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NLA passes MOU for dual-track railway routes

BANGKOK, 4 December 2014 (NNT) - The National Legislative Assembly (NLA) has approved a memorandum of understanding (MOU) between Thailand and China to construct two dual-track railway routes.

The project is part of Thailand’s infrastructure development plan of 2015-2022 in cooperation with the Chinese government which includes the standard gauge dual-track railways on the 734-kilometer Nong Khai-Korat-Kaeng Khoi-Map Ta Phut Port route and the 133-kilometer Kaeng Khoi-Bangkok route.

Transport Minister ACM Prajin Juntong presented the project, saying it would give rise to Thailand’s first standard gauge dual-track routes and would be jointly executed by Thailand and China in the form of a government-to-government project.

During the debate, several NLA members voiced their support for the MOU, believing the project would decrease logistical costs, reduce accidents and pollution and provide convenience for travelers. However, they noted that the project should take into account the effects on communities and the participation of the private sector while involving specialists to ensure the project’s transparency, timeliness and efficiency. Furthermore, they hoped that a summary of benefits and repercussions would also be presented to the NLA for consideration.

Before concluding his presentation, ACM Prajin added that the MOU was brought to the NLA’s floor for approval in order to demonstrate the project’s transparency and hoped that the project would set a new standard in domestic transportation. Subsequently, the NLA voted 187 in favor of the MOU with 7 abstentions and no objections.

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Old December 18th, 2014, 09:11 PM   #286
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New 20 ton axle load locomotives to be used for cargo.

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This is the new 20 ton axle load locomotives for SRT to be used on Laem Chabang cargo as well as Cement trains - oil train and Natural gas train - So far 2 locos out of 20 locos are done as you can see here.

Now, SRT men are now working to build the new locomotive depot at Kaeng Khoi Junction and Kaeng Khoi Junction to handle this new locomotives.
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Now, CSR Qishuyan just wrapped up the new Locomotive No. 5101 - 5102 to be delivered by boat to reach Laem Chabang Deep Sea Port very soon
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Old December 21st, 2014, 06:43 AM   #287
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China and Thailand signed railway and rice agreements on Friday, witnessed by visiting Chinese Premier Li Keqiang and Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha. China will build Thailand two railways, spanning a combined length of over 860 kilometers, costing an estimated 10.6 billion dollars. Construction could start in 2016 and be completed in 2022. The two sides also agreed on Friday on an agricultural deal that will see China double its purchase of Thai farm products from last year.
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Old December 26th, 2014, 12:12 PM   #288
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Transport mega-projects set to stimulate urbanisation nationwide
Sasithorn Ongdee
The Nation December 26, 2014 1:00 am

The upcoming transport-system mega-projects will reshape the Kingdom's urbanisation, with major cities a factor in the country's economic growth.

After seizing power in May from the elected government that had set out a far-reaching plan for upgrading the country's transport networks, the military regime announced a similar eight-year (2015-2022) transport investment plan worth as much as Bt3 trillion.

Railways have been highlighted as the backbone of the infrastructure project, accounting for more than half of the total budget. Other modes such as roads and inland water transport will be feeders for the rail network, while, air transport can be an alternative.

Eight double-track rail routes are planned. If things go according to plan, the first of these should be seen in 2019. By 2022, the total length of the nationwide 1-metre-gauge rail network should be doubled to 8,000 kilometres. Rail will account for 5 per cent of total transport in 2022, up from 2.5 per cent currently, Transport Minister Air Chief Marshal Prajin Juntong has said.

Meanwhile in Greater Bangkok, the mass-transit train network will cover roughly 260km, compared with 90km currently.

In the new year, some of the planned projects will be put out for tender, while others will enter the study stage.

The country will use two rail gauges. Routes using the 1.435-metre "standard" gauge will connect with other Asean countries plus China, while Thailand's existing 1-metre-gauge trains will continue to be used for intercity transport within the Kingdom.

China is to cooperate with Thailand on the construction of two standard-gauge double-track routes worth Bt400 billion, a preliminary agreement on which was signed early this month. The two projects will be the 737km Nong Khai-Korat-Kaeng Khoi-Laem Chang-Map Ta Phut route and the 133km Kaeng Khoi-Bangkok route. The electric trains will be capable of speeds of 180km/h and used primarily for cargo. The construction period will be 2016 to 2021.

Japan has also expressed interest in cooperating with Thailand on three other routes. The first of these will run from Tak to Mukdahan, the second from Punamron in Kanchanaburi to Rayong via Bangkok, and the third from Bangkok to Chiang Khong, Chiang Rai province, via Chiang Mai. Talks between the two governments are to begin soon.

Booming properties

The expansion of the transport network will not only make travel more convenient and save logistics costs, it will stimulate urbanisation and wealth distribution. New business hubs will create more jobs, and affordable housing will be offered.

Land prices in many parts of such provinces as Khon Kaen, Udon Thani and Chon Buri, as well as Hua Hin in Prachuap Khiri Khan province, have ballooned by at least 30 per cent in the past few years on speculation surrounding the new transport network. Residential projects and shopping and building complexes have been mushrooming in those areas.

Khon Kaen is expected to become a new transport hub in the Northeast. The province along with the private sector is planning to raise billions of baht to construct a mass-transit light rail system powered by electricity as a feeder to the intercity railway network to reduce urban congestion.

Meanwhile, many residential projects are popping up in suburban areas in a 20km radius of central Bangkok along the planned electric train lines. Taling Chan will become a sub-centre in the west, Lum Luk Ka (Rangsit) in the north, Lat Krabang in the east, and Bang Khun Thian in the south.

Connected with a light-rail Bang Na-Suvarnabhumi route linked to the Skytrain, Bang Na will become a new commercial centre in the east of Bangkok.

Many more condominium projects in the Bang Na area will be launched, while the Bt20-billion Bangkok Mall shopping complex will be developed on 100 rai (16 hectares). Some existing condo projects could jack up their prices by more than 10 per cent, while land prices within 500 metres of the complex are expected to rise by 30-50 per cent.

Other areas along Ratchaphruek Road, 20km west of Bangkok, which will be served by the Green and Purple lines, have seen new launches of residential properties, community malls, markets and modern shops.

"Urban sprawl with an appropriate expansion of infrastructure development on a transit-oriented development basis will result in effective city expansion and usage of space with value for money," Panit Pujinda, assistant professor at Chulalongkorn University's architecture faculty, suggested to the government previously.



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Old January 5th, 2015, 04:20 PM   #289
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The first 2 out of 20 new 20 ton axle load locomotives has arrived in Thailand. They are to be used for cargo.

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Finally, the first 2 Loco of 20 ton axle load (Loco Number 5101 - 5102) has arrived to Laem Chabang Deep sea Port on 4 Jan 2015 but it needs a custom clearance and then they will be sent to Sri Racha locomotive depot at Sri Racha Junction for system testing before the press conference on 22 Jan 2015

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Here is the photographs of the unloading of 2 new SRT locos from China at Laem Chabang Deep sea Port on 4 Jan 2015
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Old January 5th, 2015, 08:58 PM   #290
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Northern line track strengthening

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Special express train no.13 (Bangkok-Chiangmai) running on the rehabilitated track of the northern line. Filmed on 10 Nov. 2014 by SUVARNABHUMI58

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Old January 6th, 2015, 06:38 AM   #291
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Yes, but the Chinese carriages mainly run on 1435 mm tracks. How fast are Chinese trains now on their 1000 mm line, Kunming-Hanoi?
120 kph max speed - taking 6 hour from Kunming to Hekoubei (North Hekou) on 400 kph track.
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Old January 9th, 2015, 05:59 PM   #293
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Q & A about CSR Qishuyan Locomotive
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Facts about CSR Diesel electric Locomotive No. 5101 - 5120
Traction AC - DC - AC
Gauge 1,000 mm.
Engine CAT C175-16 ACERT with regular power at 2,380 KW and maximum power at 2,800 KW. (3755 HP)
Axle load 20 ton
max speed 100 km/h
Twin caps with internal pathway inside loco
AC Traction Motors
Controller: Microcomputer Control System
Break: WABTEC 26-LA Air Brake System
Wheel arrangement: co-co
Wheel diameter: 1067 mm solid wheels
Working order wage: 120 tons
Dimension: Length x Width x Height : 20,490 mm. x 2,836 mm. x 4,000 mm.
Diesel Fuel tank capacity: 5,500 Liters
Engine lubrication capacity: 530 Liters
Capacity of water coolant 705 Liters
Anti wheel slip Sand capacity 240 Liters
Height of couple from the rails: 850 +/-10 mm.
minimum curve radius 130 meter.
Force 460 KN./360 KN.
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Old January 11th, 2015, 03:36 AM   #294
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Has anyone try ride a train with the new rail yet?

how is it?

can you still feel bumping or shaking ?

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Old January 13th, 2015, 01:53 AM   #295
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Wonder why Thailand does not consider electrification on metre gauge, as this is what Malaysia is doing.
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Wonder why Thailand does not consider electrification on metre gauge, as this is what Malaysia is doing.
The energy consumption have left little electric power for electrified traction ...
For the massive electrification, the energy surplus is in need ... esp the hydroelectric sources ... In such a case, more power plant and the contracts for energy supplies from neighbors paid in hard currency are in need.
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Beware of Chinese bearing 'gifts'
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The Nation January 13, 2015 1:00 am
The China-backed railway project offers many benefits for Thailand, but there are dangers too

Recent incidents in Myanmar and Vietnam offer lessons for the Thai government under Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha on how to deal with China over development projects.

Thailand and China have signed a memorandum of understanding for joint construction of a rail link from Nong Khai to Bangkok and Map Ta Phut on the eastern seaboard. China will provide financial and technical support for the project.

The Transport Ministry will this month begin work on a feasibility study and the design of the network with its Chinese counterpart.

Asking for China's help in developing infrastructure is not a mistake, but the host country must have a strong strategy for investment and development if any joint project is to succeed.

Countries in this region have much experience in dealing with Chinese project developers, and not all of it has yielded good results.

Last week Vietnam publicly reprimanded a Chinese rail company over accidents on a key elevated railway construction project in the capital, Hanoi. Vietnam's transport minister Dinh La Thang was pictured jabbing his finger and shouting at a representative of the China Railway Sixth Group, during television news report of a meeting.

"Each time an accident happens, you accept responsibility, but things have not changed," he said. "This time, even if you use the excuse that we have loaned the money [for the project from China], I can ask our government to replace you. We cannot trade [Chinese] loans for Vietnamese lives."

Thang's loss of patience came after a scaffolding collapse nearly killed a taxi driver and his passengers, and a month after an incident involving a crane left one person dead.

The project to build Hanoi's first urban railway, with a preferential loan from the Chinese government, has faced repeated delays that have cost Vietnam approximately $300 million in total, according to the Voice of America.

More warning signs flashed in Myanmar last month when a 56-year-old woman was shot dead and others injured during a protest against a Chinese-run copper mine. The dispute between local residents and the Chinese enterprise is a long-running one, and Myanmar authorities seem powerless to resolve it.

Angry locals say thousands of acres their land has been confiscated to make way for the Letpadaung mine in Monywa, about 100 kilometres west of Mandalay. In November 2012, more than 100 protesters, including at least 67 monks, were injured in a violent crackdown by riot police at the mine.

Chinese enterprises - both state-run and private - have been involved in large foreign development projects for many years, but their social and environmental practices are not internationally accepted.

Often complicating things further are the host country's bilateral relations with China. In the case of Vietnam, ties between Hanoi and Beijing are currently strained by a territorial conflict in the South China Sea. Anti-Chinese sentiment came to the boil last year amid a stand-off over a Chinese oil rig in disputed waters. Vietnamese protesters rioted and damaged Chinese-owned businesses across Vietnam.

In this climate of tension, the Vietnamese government and public have little patience for "irregularities" in domestic projects backed by the Chinese.

The case of Myanmar is a little different, as leaders in Nay Pyi Taw remain politically and economically reliant on Beijing. The so-called reform era ushered in by Thein Sein's government has not yet steered Myanmar far away from Chinese influence. Though President Thein Sein suspended the $3.6-billion, Chinese-backed Myitsone Dam project in 2011, similar projects are going ahead, and several face protests from local residents that the authorities are as yet unable to resolve.

The Thai government can avoid the pitfalls of China-backed projects, but only if it learns from the experience of its regional neighbours and finds ways solve the obstacles posed by Chinese investment .
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Investment plan for Thai - China railway to be concluded on 1 March 2015 after the meeting on 25-27 February 2015

The construction will be 2 phases
1. BKK (Bangsue Central) - kaen Khoi - 133 km and Kaeng Khoi - Maptaphut (246.5 km) - construction started on 1 September 2015 and opened in December 2017 - preferably 5 Dec 2017 for a good reason
2. Kaeng Khoi - Nakhon Ratchasima (138.5 km) and Nakhon Ratchasima - Nong Khai (355 km) - construction started on 1 December 2015 and opened in March 2018

Thai contractors need to make a contract with Chinese contractors who have technology to speed up the construction to be done at such a high speed - at least 15 Chinese companies are qualified according to Thai contractors while Chinese section has 5 railway companies and subsidiary to handle contraction - signal and EMUs

There are many choice of investment - 100% loan in Yuan denomination, Joint venture or Chinese investment first and Thai government paying back - which section Thai government can invest and the relating budgets and loan + mutual funds to finance the project will be discussed later even though it is a big must to use Chinese signals and EMUs but it has to deal with Dong Phraya Yen section [Kaeng Khoi - Pakchong - 55 km] when they are going to construct the line to Khorat while the traffic has to be handled by Thai Railway men of SRT

However, TDRI raising a concern that there is no proper bidding and the way to construct the line within short period of time is quite expensive - to measure to handle the cost overrun issue - need to reveal all investment plans including the loan and string attached - no bidding means no bargaining
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Even Chinese correspondents starting to pay attention to such a sudden plan of Junta by Big Jin:
Thailand to build railway project with China in September (泰交通部长预计中泰铁路9月动工 计划两年半内完工)
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BANGKOK -- Thailand has tentatively decided to begin building its first standard-gauge railways in cooperation with China in September, Transport Minister Prajin Juntong said on Thursday.
Two dual-track rail lines, with a total length of more than 800 km, will be built to connect northeast Thailand's Nong Khai province, Bangkok and eastern Rayong province.
The entire project is divided into four sections, and work on the first two sections, which span 133 km and 246 km respectively, will start in September and conclude in December 2017, Prajin was quoted by Bangkok Post as saying.
The third and fourth sections, totaling 493 km, are expected to commence in December this year and ends in March 2018, he added.
Thai and Chinese officials will meet to talk about details of the plan and other issues, according to the minister.
The first round of meetings between the two sides will take place next week and center on plans to survey the route and related studies.
The second round, scheduled for early February, will focus on financial and investment issues, while the third in late February will discuss the partnership between Thai and Chinese companies, Prajin said.
http://www.guancha.cn/Industry/2015_01_16_306475.shtml
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