Airports line project in trouble as State Railway of Thailand board resigns

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 Thailand board resigned.

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