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Bangkok Says More BTS Lifts Coming, Maybe by Next Year

BANGKOK — City Hall said Monday it expects to find a contractor by the end of next month to build 19 additional, court-ordered elevators for the BTS Skytrain.
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DMK Warns of Flight Delays Due to Runway Repairs

BANGKOK — Several flights could be delayed as Don Mueang Airport closes portions of a runway next week for maintenance.
A file photo of stairs and escalators at BTS Siam. Photo: Nopphan Bunnag / Flickr

BTS Fails to Keep Accessibility Promises for 4th Year

BANGKOK — The BTS Skytrain remains inaccessible to all commuters four years after a historic legal victory for disability activists.

Starting Tomorrow, Smartphones Become Thai Driver’s Licenses

BANGKOK — Forgetting one’s driver’s license at home won’t be a problem starting tomorrow when they go digital.

Trams Could be Humming Across Phuket in 4 Years: Official

PHUKET — Work on a tram line connecting Phuket’s airport to the city is expected to begin next year and could be complete by 2023.
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Chao Phraya and Saen Saep Canal to Get Air-Con Boat Taxis

The operators of tourist boats on the Chao Phraya River announced they will launch air-conditioned commuter boats there and on the Khlong Saen Saep by early 2020.
Photo: Nattachai Noogure / Flickr

How to Travel Cheap or Free for New Year’s

Whether by BTS, MRT, car, airport train or public bus, here are some tips to get you through the bustling crowd of New Year...

Bangkok Bus Runs Over, Kills Passenger

BANGKOK — Police on Tuesday were looking for the driver of a bus that ran over and killed an elderly female passenger last night...
Photos: Ahmel Al-Sharif / Facebook

Transit Authority to Look Into BTS Wheelchair Ramp to Nowhere

SAMUT PRAKAN — Less than two weeks after a slew of new BTS stations opened in southeast metro Bangkok, netizens pointed a glaring oversight...

First Bangkok Bus Fare Hike in Years Coming 2019

BANGKOK — Transport authorities have approved a hike in bus fares of at least 1 baht starting next month.

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