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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.
29 Oct 2013 : Airports of Thailand Plc (AoT) must explain details of its operating costs if it wants to raise passenger service charges by 100 baht per person, Transport Minister Chatchart Sitthipan has warned.
29 Oct 2013 : After almost two decades of waiting for Vietnamese consumers to become rich enough to afford cars, manufacturers including Toyota Motor Corp and Ford Motor Co will have to contend with cheaper imports.
29 Oct 2013 : Bangkok traffic police will extend their towing of illegally parked vehicles to 60 roads at 6am on Friday to relieve traffic congestion in the capital.
28 Oct 2013 : A protest march against plans to build two deep-sea ports in the South is just the beginning of local action against the schemes, a rally leader said on Monday.
28 Oct 2013 : PRACHUAP KHIRI KHAN – Large numbers of motorists are being forced into a traffic bottlneck on the two-lane Bang Saphan–Nong Hat Thai road used as a detour around the main highway, Phetkasem Road, which has been closed by rubber protestors since Sunday.
28 Oct 2013 : Airline passengers will possibly be able to check in at Makkasan station of the Airport Rail Link (ARL) starting next year, as part of government plans to ease traffic congestion at the country's main airport.
26 Oct 2013 : RT Electrified Train Co, the operator of Bangkok's Airport Rail Link (ARL), is ready to manage Thailand's high-speed trains if the government approves the project.
25 Oct 2013 : The State Railway of Thailand has postponed the reopening of the northern line to Chiang Mai until Dec 1 as rains and a manpower shortage mean the Nov 1 deadline to complete repairs will be missed.
25 Oct 2013 : The board of Airports of Thailand Plc (AoT) plans to raise its passenger service charge from 100 baht to 200 baht for passengers on domestic flights and from 700 to 800 baht for passengers on international flights to cut its losses.
25 Oct 2013 : The SET-listed BTS Group Holdings will pay out at least 6 billion baht in dividends for the fiscal year ending next March 31, with dividend payments to rise by 1 billion baht annually over the next two years on fast-growing revenue.