THAILAND: Proposals to develop a fast passenger line between three airports in the south of the country under a PPP model were approved by the government on May 28.
THAILAND: The project to built a 220 km fast rail line connecting Bangkok and its three main airports has been delayed for financial reasons. ‘The budget to demolish infrastructure to make way for the new high speed system has not been approved’, said State Railway of ...
THAILAND: The public-private partnership agreement for the construction of a 220 km/h fast rail link between three airports around Bangkok was signed by State Railway of Thailand and the Eastern High-Speed Rail Link Three Airports Co Ltd consortium on October 24. The consortium is led by ...
The proposed 250 km/h rail link would incorporate the existing standard gauge route serving Suvarnabhumi airport. THAILAND: The government’s plans to build a 220 km fast passenger railway linking three airport in the Greater Bangkok area have been thrown into disarray after the State Railway of ...
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