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MRTA land for retirees

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The Mass Rapid Transit Authority of Thailand (MRTA) plans to team up with the National Housing Authority (NHA) to develop mixed-use projects for retirees on its land near Bang Ping station in Samut Prakan. 

Somprasong Suttayamully, acting director of the MRTA's Land Development and Management Department, said the transit authority would present the development plan during a meeting this week.

The partnership will involve residential development projects with a medical centre, hospital or clinic, and other facilities for senior citizens near a mass transit station.

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