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  • Rocket 'recycling' goes awry

    10 Jan 2015 : CAPE CANAVERAL, FLORIDA — The SpaceX company has successfully launched more supplies to the International Space Station. But its revolutionary attempt to land the leftover booster rocket on an ocean barge did not fare as well.

  • State bus firm sets Asean hub goal

    10 Jan 2015 : The Transport Co Ltd, the state-owned passenger bus company, will upgrade its repair and maintenance centre to serve as an Asean service hub.

  • AirAsia jet's tail recovered

    10 Jan 2015 : PANGKALAN BUN, INDONESIA — Investigators searching for black boxes in the crashed AirAsia plane lifted the tail portion out of the Java Sea on Saturday, two weeks ago after it went down, killing all 162 people on board.

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    Police tout plan to snag ticket fines

    10 Jan 2015 : The city's traffic police plan to introduce "e-ticketing", an electronic database of traffic offenders, and link it with the Land Transport Department to make sure violators pay their fines.

  • There and back on a single, narrow line

    10 Jan 2015 : Traffic congestion has long been a challenge for City Hall. Year-in, year-out, the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) searches for new ways to ease congestion.

  • Standard-gauge rails due by 2017

    09 Jan 2015 : Thai and Chinese authorities will discuss the construction of the country's first standard-gauge railway from Jan 20-22 and the two routes from Nong Khai to Rayong and Bangkok should be completed by 2017, Transport Minister Prajin Juntong said on Friday.

  • Pings, but no black box

    09 Jan 2015 : JAKARTA — Indonesian divers sent to locate the flight recorders of the AirAsia plane that crashed on Dec 28 returned empty-handed on Friday, the armed forces chief said.

  • New road eases west traffic

    09 Jan 2015 : The Transport Ministry on Friday opened a new road linking Ratchaphruek Road and Bangkok's western ring road to improve traffic flow on the western side of the Chao Phraya River.

  • UK keen on infrastructure projects

    08 Jan 2015 : The United Kingdom has showed interest in infrastructure investment projects in Thailand, Transport Minister Prajin Juntong said on Thursday.

  • Sky lanterns, rockets face new controls

    08 Jan 2015 : Spurred by an increasing threat to aviation safety, 10 government agencies have joined forces to halt the irresponsible launching of traditional khom loy sky lanterns and bang fai rockets.

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