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05 Dec 2013 : City Hall will offer one month's worth of free trips between the two new skytrain stations in Thon Buri which open today.
04 Dec 2013 : The Transport Ministry is arranging special trains and buses to transport people to Hua Hin to celebrate His Majesty the King’s birthday in the seaside town.
22 Nov 2013 : The Mass Rapid Transit Authority of Thailand board on Friday approved the construction of a line from Mor Chit to Khu Kot with bids to be called early next year.
22 Nov 2013 : The Thai unit of Japan's Toyota Motor Corp recommends the government focus on dual-track trains for its 2-trillion-baht worth of investments, downgrading costly high-speed train projects from the top priority.
22 Nov 2013 : Airports of Thailand Plc (AoT) has tightened rules for taxis collecting passengers at Suvarnabhumi to boost traveller safety and ease traffic flow.
21 Nov 2013 : Toyota Motor Corp said Thursday it will jointly develop hybrid cars with two Chinese auto giants, as it aims to boost sales of eco cars in the world's biggest automobile market.
21 Nov 2013 : Pattaya will open a new pier next year. According to Ronakit Ekasingh, Pattaya's deputy mayor, the new facility will cost 733 million baht and is currently under construction.
21 Nov 2013 : The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) on Wednesday cancelled all rail services from Songkhla's Hat Yai district to Narathiwat's Sungai Kolok district after a rail bridge subsided.
20 Nov 2013 : A proposed fare increase for express passenger boat services along the Chao Phraya River has been put on hold, Transport Minister Chadchart Sittipunt said Tuesday.
16 Nov 2013 : SRT Electric Train Co plans to expand check-in services for air passengers at Makkasan Airport Rail Link station to relieve crowds at Suvarnabhumi airport.
12 Nov 2013 : A Bangkok-Nong Khai diesel express train derailed at a railway crossing in Udon Thani province early Tuesday, causing injuries and about 70 million baht damage, police said.
11 Nov 2013 : The world's longest non-stop flight will soon be history. Since 2004, Singapore Airlines has connected Singapore and New York without a stopover - a 19-hour flight travelling 16,700 kilometres.