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Bids called on Cambodia rail link

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The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) will call an e-auction on April 10 on work to renovate damaged tracks connecting Thailand with Cambodia at the Aranyaprathet-Poipet crossing, Transport Minister Chadchat Suttipan said on Tuesday. 

A file photo in 1992 shows the last stop of the Thai tracks at Klong Luek in Aranyaprathet district, Sa Kaeo. The damaged tracks will be rehabilitated to reconnect Thailand with Cambodia by train. (Bangkok Post Photo)

The railway agency estimated the project will cost 2.8 billion baht. It will include rehabilitation of the six kilometres of  tracks from Aranyaprathet station to Klong Luek, opposite Poipet district in Cambodia, and improvement of the existing tracks from Klong Sip Kao station to Aranyaprathet.

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