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First Electric Ferry Launched to Reduce Pollution

BANGKOK (Xinhua) — Thailand's Ministry of Transport on Wednesday announced its launch of the country's first electric ferry, as part of the government's effort to support cleaner energy.

Here We Go Again: Samut Prakan BTS Fails in Rush Hour

SAMUT PRAKAN — In a news that surprised no one, a severe disruption broke out on the BTS service, forcing nine stations along the Sukhumvit line to shut down on Friday morning.
A passenger fills out a questionnaire before boarding a bus at Korat Bus Terminal on June 8, 2020.

Bus Operator Confirms Ban on Foreign Travelers in Pandemic

BANGKOK — A major operator of intercity bus services on Thursday said foreigners are banned from its services due to the coronavirus emergency law.

BTS to Receive Chinese-Built, Unmanned Train

BANGKOK (Xinhua) — A Chinese-built, unmanned monorail train is scheduled for delivery to Thailand's Bangkok next month, confirmed an executive official on Sunday.
Commuters wait for a train at a BTS station.

BTS Rules Out Opening Windows on Trains

BANGKOK — The BTS skytrain operators on Thursday said they scrapped a plan to run trains with their windows open in an attempt to promote better ventilation against the coronavirus.

Social Distancing Derailed by Rush Hour BTS Breakdown

BANGKOK — Dozens of commuters were left stranded on skytrain carriages on Tuesday morning during hours-long system failure.

4 More BTS Green Line Stations to Open on June 3

BANGKOK — Four more BTS stations extending towards the northern suburbs of Bangkok are expected to open in June.
A file photo of a nearly empty BTS carriage.

Public Transport, Food Delivery Adjust Service Hours For Curfew

BANGKOK — Public transport services, as well as food delivery services, announced their new service hours in the wake of an overnight curfew set to begin tonight.
A man gets his temperature checked at a checkpoint in Bangkok on March 26, 2020.

A Mega-List for Travel Disruptions During State of Emergency

BANGKOK — Thailand woke up to the first day of a state of emergency on Thursday, with several travel restrictions in place to make journeys more difficult in an effort to stem further spread of coronavirus in the country.
A file photo of Airport Rail Link trains.

Airport Rail Link To Cut Fares During Off-Peak Hours

BANGKOK — The operator of the rail line linking downtown Bangkok to Suvarnabhumi Airport on Tuesday said it will reduce some of its fares starting this March – with some conditions.

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