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Old December 27th, 2015, 08:02 PM   #501
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Hatyai - Padang besar is quite popular 90% occupation - need more pairs of hayai - Padang besar
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Now, SRT getting serious to add 2 more pairs to hatyai - padang Besar to meet popular demands - 4 pairs a day in early 2016 but need to make a settlement and compromise with KTMB so those in Hatyai will be able to catch the first EMU service departs from Padang besar
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Is it possible to provide an hourly/2-hourly service along the Padang Besar-Hatyai single track?
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Is it possible to provide an hourly/2-hourly service along the Padang Besar-Hatyai single track?
According to the existing track capacity on Hatyai - Padang Besar route,

Hatyai - Padang Besar route - measure at Hatyai - Klong Ngae section (24 km)
Maximum 35 trains a day (24 hours)
Special express 2 trains
regular cargo 4 trains
cargo on demand 6 trains
used 12
left: 23

After 4 trains of Hatyai Padang Besar shuttle have been added, the leftover track capacity is now 19 ... and there will be at least 4 more trains of Hatyai Padang Besar shuttle - the track capacity will be 15 trains left ...

For 2 hourly train from 5 AM to 5 PM, it means 6 pairs of train - 12 trains, this one is possible - any more trains means better wait until electrified double tracking.

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The new rail freight X-ray terminal of the Customs Department at the Laem Chabang port in Si Racha district of Chon Buri province. The opening ceremony was witnessed by chiefs of the department, the State Railway of Thailand, the Laem Chabang port and Si Racha district on Wednesday.

The terminal is intended to speed customs clearance boost efforts to screen for smuggled and undesired cargo, said Customs director-general Kulit Sombatsiri. "The scanning system is modern, efficient and internationally recognised. The World Customs Organization recommended customs agencies worldwide use it," he said.

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Old January 1st, 2016, 03:22 AM   #505
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We suggest whole had synchonous with local transportation in lines of logistics co-ordinate with whole junction places between
Road and Railway Regardless to mapping communication whole onshore and offshore participatedly with any logistic - sites . This is supports the Asian communities so have done for foriegns with rises the new orientation Asian Societies .Hopefully, this effort will have been probably arrangement in this Asian developement. Thank you for acception this comment.
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even without 42 km missing link (36 km from Ban Kao to Phu Namron checkpoint and 6 km from Aranyaprathet to Klong Luek), the experiment with Thai-Japan cargo trains loaded with sugar and rice flour in 12 feet container boxes will be started on Nong Pladuk Junction - Laem Chabang deep sea port on 27 Jan 2016
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More details about the serious dilemma for Thai – China railway vs Thai – Japan railway since the future High speed train since both Thai – China and Thai – Japan are gobbing the space to the point it is not possible to construct Airport Link all the way to Donmueang as both belligerent parties will never want to do track sharing on 81.8 km from Bangsue Central to Ban Phachi Junction using European signal system as the central standard of signal. This has given a big headache for MoT to deal with.

Japanese government and Japanese private sectors have made a clear point that section from Bangsue Central to Ban Phachi must use signals from Shinkansen system as the way to force Chinese firms and European firm to import Shinkansen system to be attached to their electric locomotives and EMUs.

Thai – China railway vs Thai – Japan railway struggle is the ultimate goal of Japanese and Chinese government so they can take a firm root in Thailand and there are 2 Junctions which are the crux - Ban Phachi and Chachoengsao. Initially, MOT wants to use ETCS to prevent monopoly but Japanese want to use their own system.

Another crux is the width of railway land strips - For the 81.8 km Bangsue - Ban Phachi section, the land strip is 60-80 meter wide - could fill up with 8 tracks at the maximum but both Chinese and Japanese government pressing the demands to reach the point that 10 tracks are in need as both refuse to do the track sharing scheme. There are 2 choices to deal with the limited space on the 81.8 km Bangsue - Ban Phachi section including:
1. Cancelling Bangsue - Donmueang extension of Airport link - need to change the trains with red line commuter at Bangsue central
2. track sharing with Thai - China railway

For the southern line from Bangsue to Nong Pladuk, there are 80 meter wide land strip - could add 4 tracks as part of railway land has been gobbled by expressway ... However, the demands are 6 tracks for 3 projects - need a solution for Thai Japan railway with the land exappropriation

For the eastern line to Map Taphut, there are 50 meter land strip for 4 tracks but there are demands for 10 tracks for 5 projects
Solution for this project is to do the land exapropriation for Thai - Japan railway while Thai - China railway, High Speed train and extension of Airport Link to connect with U-Tapao airport will have track sharing while cancelling the existing double tracks

For the solution of the 81.8 km Bangsue - Ban Phachi section and Eastern railway, Thai government is going to negotiate with Chinese government to allow Airport Link to share the tracks and Airport link is going to pay the fee in the ticket as so many parties would never allow the cancelling of Airport Link extension to Donmueang and U-Tapao at all.

Even though Big Jin want to starting point for Thai - China railway at Chiang Rak noy near Pratoo Nam Phra In (the signal station) to allow Thai - Japan railway to Chiang Mai to be constructed, Deputy Minister Omsin said he will do the best to make a starting point for both Thai - China railway and Thai- Japan railway to be at Bangsue Central to maximize the benefit of people.

For the issue of constrained land strip, MoT now asking SRT for the best solution in details to be done in March 2016.

http://www.prachachat.net/news_detai...sid=1452491558

the serious dilemma for Thai – China vs Thai – Japan railway since the future High speed train since both Thai – China and Thai – Japan are gobbing the space to the point it is not possible to construct Airport Link all the way to Donmueang as both belligerent parties will never want to do track sharing – The only way to realize Airport link extension with through service to Donmueang is to share the track with Thai – China railway as the separated service of Donmueang – Bangsue by red line commuter and Airport link extension fron Bangsue Central to Suvannabhum …
Note: if SRTET decided to purchase CNR Changchun EMU for Airport link both expressway and Airport city line, the scheme of track sharing on Thai – China railway is possible

Similar dilemma also happened to Eastern railway to pataya and map taphut
http://www.prachachat.net/news_detai...sid=1452182796
http://manager.co.th/iBizChannel/Vie...=9590000001729
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Japanese government and Japanese private sectors have made a clear point that section from Bangsue Central to Ban Phachi must use signals from Shinkansen system as the way to force Chinese firms and European firm to import Shinkansen system to be attached to their electric locomotives and EMUs.

Thai – China railway vs Thai – Japan railway struggle is the ultimate goal of Japanese and Chinese government so they can take a firm root in Thailand and there are 2 Junctions which are the crux - Ban Phachi and Chachoengsao. Initially, MOT wants to use ETCS to prevent monopoly but Japanese want to use their own system.

Another crux is the width of railway land strips - For the 81.8 km Bangsue - Ban Phachi section, the land strip is 60-80 meter wide - could fill up with 8 tracks at the maximum but both Chinese and Japanese government pressing the demands to reach the point that 10 tracks are in need as both refuse to do the track sharing scheme. There are 2 choices to deal with the limited space on the 81.8 km Bangsue - Ban Phachi section including:
1. Cancelling Bangsue - Donmueang extension of Airport link - need to change the trains with red line commuter at Bangsue central
2. track sharing with Thai - China railway
No parties should have monopoly over the railway. Tracking sharing is critical and they will also need more options of vendors in the future. I happen to believe signaling system with international UIC standard, which is largely European. They should ask for signaling system compatible with UIC standard, and that is what Taiwan HSR has done
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Cabinet approval for the construction of Airport link extension from Phayathai to Bangsue central along with the construction of red line commuter from
Bangsue Central to Hua Mark and from Bangsue to Hua Lamphong in Feb 2016 - while Airport Link will run as Joint venture with Private section - the final divorce from SRT
http://www.innnews.co.th/shownews/show?newscode=671741

MoT is going to let SRT running red line commuter as SRTET now making a final divorce from SRT - to get the new sets of rolling stocks of EMUs
http://www.bangkokbiznews.com/news/detail/682542

Finally, Chinese agree with Thai government to cut down the loan interest to 2% per year
However, the issue on Airport link track sharing scheme remain - either sharing track with Thai - Japan railway or Thai - Chian Chinese will be the one who allow Airport Link extension to Donmuang via track sharing scheme.

Note: Yah, What a Quixotic approach MoT is doing! MoT and OTP have UNDERESTIMATED the animosity of China vs Japan. So, they have to negotiate with either chinese or Japanese to allow the extension from Bangsue central to Donmueang to go through due to the space constrain
http://www.innnews.co.th/shownews/show?newscode=671707
http://manager.co.th/iBizChannel/Vie...=9590000004754

MoT going to solve the issue of the ones who are going to run red line commuter by letting SRT run the system since it will take another 9 months to get private sectors to run the red line commuter
http://www.bangkokbiznews.com/news/detail/682542


Public hearing for Surat Thani - Hatyai - Songkla double tracking - with partially elevated stations and tracks on Hatyai - Songkla line due to the space constrain - all to be done in 5 years
http://talung.gimyong.com/index.php/topic,420405.0.html
http://manager.co.th/Local/ViewNews....=9590000004654

Finally Thai - Japan railway (Cargo section) starting to take shape with 12 feet cargo boxes from Japan to encourage more SME to use cargo services -
https://www.facebook.com/permalink.p...37987836264001

More details on Surat Thani - Hatyai double tracking
https://www.facebook.com/marut28/pos...07352838591982

More details on Hatyai - Songkla double tracking
https://www.facebook.com/marut28/pos...07352831471804
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Now, Chinese Embassy going to explain those Thai nettizens as well as Thai Journalists who claimed that Thai - China railway is very expensive due to the cost overrun from 400 billion Baht to 560 billion Baht along with the issue of interest rates for Chinese loan in US Dollar denomination which has been finally cut down to 2%
http://prachatai.org/journal/2016/01/63497

SRT is going to run Red line commuter for 5 years - if it does not work, the private concession will be handled as SRTET will be dissolved to make the way for JV to run Airport link
http://www.thairath.co.th/content/563029
http://www.khaosod.co.th/view_newson...sid=1452782391
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http://www.prachachat.net/news_detai...sid=1452838369

Let's Superboard decide who is going to run red line commuter - as now it is 54.61% done to be opened in 2018 along with the track sharing issue to allow the through service between Thai China railway vs Thai Japan railways
http://m.posttoday.com/biz/gov/410310

Tough job to make more money for Railway line to pay 100 billion Baht of debts
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Surat Thani - Hatyai - Songkla double tracking
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=diFr7eik8F8
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-T4zvB9iXSg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qVvHcsU-qvE
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qZcfKHxJXcM
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fi_pcleRztg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mn-eC9jIU8E
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JUpNPNxA8_w

the design of Songkla terminus without ruining the restored the historical Songkla railway terminus
https://www.facebook.com/ThaiRailNew...455109/?type=3

the design of Klong Hae station, Ban Koh Mee station, Nam noy station and Khao Roob Chang station on Hatyai - Sonbgkla line
https://www.facebook.com/ThaiRailNew...type=3&theater

the desing of station at grade on Hatyai - Songhkla line - Nam Noy and Ban Koh Mee
https://www.facebook.com/ThaiRailNew...type=3&theater

station desing along Surat Thani - Hatyai double tracking
https://www.facebook.com/ThaiRailNew...39602309455095
https://www.facebook.com/ThaiRailNew...39601856121807

According to the latest news - Hatyai city Monorail has been shorten to 12.54 km with 20 Baht flat rate ticket rate with the list of the following station

- Klong Wah station
- Hatyai Bus terminal 1 station
- Klong Rian station
- Prince Mahidol Songkla University
- Kho Hong station before turning left to Phetkasem road at Koh Hong intersection to
- Rat Yindee station
- hatyai Witthaya station
- Fountain Circle station
- Kimyong market station
- Hatyai railway station
- Hatyai nai station
- Talad Kaset van station
http://news.gimyong.com/article/257
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Bidding for 50 Diesel Electric Locomotives with axle load of 16 tons will now begin in March 14.

These locomotives will be used for passenger service and replace the old locomotives.

Note: the locomotive on the picture is just a placeholder image of CNR Dalian locomotive.


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Anyone could suggest me textbooks about railway or tramway in Thailand or its neighboring countries. Thank you.
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Rails of the Kingdom The History of Thai Railways
Ichiro Kalizaki • 2012 • White Lotus Press • Bangkok, Thailand

The Locomotives of Thailand
R. Ramaer • 1984 • Schmidts Boktryckeri, AB • Helsingborg, Sweden

The Railway Atlas of Thailand, Laos and Cambodia
B. R. Whyte • 2010 • White Lotus Press • Bangkok, Thailand

The Railways of Thailand
R. Ramaer • 1994 • White Lotus Press • Bangkok, Thailand

The Railways of Thailand (Second Edition)
R. Ramaer • 2009 • White Lotus Press • Bangkok, Thailand

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Thailand Plans New Train Lines Where ‘Death Railway’ Stood

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HELLFIRE PASS, Thailand—Seventy years after the end of World War II, plans are again being laid to build a railway through the thick jungle separating Thailand from what was then Burma.

More than 100,000 laborers and Allied prisoners of war died building the original line from Bangkok to Yangon to supply Japan’s imperial army. It became known as the Death Railway. Descendants of those who died still make their way to visit the graves of prisoners who succumbed to starvation, beatings and disease at sites such as Hellfire Pass near the border with modern-day Myanmar. Only remnants of the line exist after it fell into disuse after the war.

This time, Thailand is trying to entice China and Japan to compete to build a railroad on a different route to Myanmar’s coast, in one of the most vivid examples yet of how Asia’s mania for railroads could open up the continent, much as trains transformed the economy and landscape of North America in the 19th century.

“It would save a lot of time in moving goods across Southeast Asia,” Thailand’s economic planning chief, Somkid Jatusripitak, said from his office in Bangkok.

For emphasis, he sketched out a line linking Myanmar’s deep-sea port project at Dawei on the Indian Ocean all the way across Thailand and Cambodia to the industrial hub of Da Nang, on Vietnam’s coast on the South China Sea—a distance of some 750 miles.

“We can build up industry all around our country instead of just around Bangkok,” he said.

This might seem at first glance to be a case of fanciful, back-of-the-envelope economics. But north of here, companies such as HP and Foxconn have for several years shipped laptops and smartphones from factories in China across Kazakhstan and Central Asia to Europe on recently upgraded railways, replicating old Silk Road trade routes that connected China to Europe before the Middle Kingdom turned inward and colonial powers like Britain focused trade on its eastern seaboard.

Now the idea is taking off in Southeast Asia and South Asia. China and Japan are vying to build a new network of train lines from Laos and Thailand all the way down to Malaysia and Singapore.

Some academics say that extending China’s railways deep into Southeast Asia would support Beijing’s diplomatic and economic ties to the bulk of peninsula, offsetting some of the animosity it faces in Vietnam and the Philippines over competing territorial claims in the South China Sea.



“The world is likely to see a new but somewhat different surge of Chinese influence in the region,” said Yun Sun, a senior associate with the Stimson Center think tank.

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang recently offered the countries of Southeast Asia $10 billion in infrastructure financing, after spending billions on its own rail network in recent years.

Japan also senses the commercial opportunities in Asia’s rail boom. Senior Japanese diplomats say their government is smarting over China’s coup in securing a long-discussed high-speed train line in Indonesia, over a rival bid from Japan in September.

The two countries are now competing for a contract to build a proposed high-speed rail link between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore that would cut ground travel time between the two cities to 90 minutes, from four hours at present.

Cai Zemin, head of the Malaysian unit of China Railways, recently told a press briefing that the company would do whatever it takes to secure the contract. Japan’s government, meanwhile, has said it would provide as much support as it can to help Japanese companies bag the deal. Industry experts say Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s personal intervention recently helped Japanese companies land a $15 billion train project in India, running from Mumbai to Ahmedabad, the capital of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s home state of Gujarat.



Thailand is shaping up as another battleground. Mr. Somkid, who was recently appointed by Thailand’s ruling military junta to coax some life into its flagging economy, said a network of new railways would be a potential turning point for the country.

Its generals are negotiating a deal with China to build a new $14 billion north-south train line linking Bangkok’s industrial sprawl to Thailand’s northern border with Laos, where work already has begun on a railroad stretching northward to Kunming in southern China.

The proposed west-to-east railroad for the peninsula—cutting across Thailand from Dawei in Myanmar to Vietnam’s Pacific coast—is at the early planning stage, and Mr. Somkid said he would like to draw both Japan and China into the equation.

There are some early flutterings of interest; Tokyo last month agreed to invest in the Dawei port and industrial project, along with Myanmar and Thailand. Before that decision, Japan said a detailed development plan for the project needed to be settled before considering plans for a train link.

Local businesses say they are looking forward to the outcome. Teerachai Chutimant, president of the chamber of commerce in Kanchanaburi, the Thai province bordering Myanmar, says a new train link would help farmers and manufacturers ship their products faster and diversify an economy that largely revolves around hosting visitors to the Death Railway.

“Things are really going to change if the train comes,” he said.

—Wilawan Watcharasakwet in Bangkok and Mitsuru Obe in Tokyo contributed to this article.
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It's this line here: Thai-Japanese Electrified Double Track Meter Gauge (574 km) with speed of 160 km/h.

Works will begin on January 27.



Clip of the project released today (in thai)

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It's this line here: Thai-Japanese Electrified Double Track Meter Gauge (574 km) with speed of 160 km/h.

Works will begin on January 27.



Clip of the project released today (in thai)

Jan 22, 2016
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if it's going to connect to Danang then it would have to turn north into Laos before heading east?
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Bidding submission for 50 Diesel Electric Locomotives with axle load of 16 tons to replace old locomotives begins today.



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