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20 Dec 2013 : The Bangkok skytrain will run until 2am on Jan 1 in order to accommodate thousands of New Year celebrants in the capital, according to Surapong Laoha-Unya, chief operating officer of Bangkok Mass Transit System Plc.
20 Dec 2013 : A freight carriage on a north-bound passenger train from Malaysia derailed near Khao Tamone station in Phetchaburi province on Friday morning, blocking the track, but no one was injured.
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.
11 Nov 2013 : The Transport Ministry plans to increase the number of buses and cargo lorries operating between Thailand and Cambodia to 150 vehicles each and will promote overland transportation between Thailand, Laos and China.
09 Nov 2013 : PHUKET – A double-decker bus overturned on a curve on the way up Patong hill in Phuket, injuring 38 exchange students from the Asian Institute of Technology.
08 Nov 2013 : The government hopes immediately to kick-start its infrastructure investment spree in dual-track rail lines, four-lane roads and customs checkpoints after the 2-trillion-baht borrowing bill is passed into law.
06 Nov 2013 : TOKYO - Three Japanese companies said Wednesday they had won a project to install a new passenger railway line in Bangkok, and maintain it for 10 years.
06 Nov 2013 : TRANG – The proposal to expand Trang airport did not get the approval from the government but the province will continue pushing the project.
06 Nov 2013 : The Public Health Ministry has revised its target to reduce the death toll from road accidents after the original target proved too ambitious.