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1. property | 05 Jan 2015
» Locations along mass transit lines under construction are expected to remain popular with condo buyers and developers in 2015, led by Nonthaburi and Thon Buri, where the Purple Line and Blue Line will be up and running w...
2. learning | 05 Jan 2012
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» For starters, the Transport Minister wants commuters to be able to use a single ticket for all Bangkok mass transit services by 2015, services which will be greatly extended by 2019.
3. property | 29 Dec 2014
» Chinese investors are eyeing condominium development in Bangkok, with at least three groups planning to launch three sites next year worth a combined 5 billion baht near mass transit and in eastern Bangkok.
4. learning | 29 Jan 2015
About transportation safety
» 'Why the hell is she dancing?' other passengers asked, as she swung from the subway hand straps & slid down the subway pole, upside down. Mass transit authorities are considering legal action.
5. business | 29 Jan 2015
» The Finance Ministry has moved to assist the state-owned bus operator Bangkok Mass Transit Authority (BMTA) by making its 90-billion-baht-plus debt a public debt on condition that the state enterprise improves its effici...
6. news | 24 Jan 2015
» The labour union of the Bangkok Mass Transit Authority (BMTA) yesterday urged City Hall to clear up ambiguity about its plan to transfer the BMTA from the Transport Ministry's jurisdiction to its own.
7. news | 11 Jan 2015
Newspaper section: Spectrum
» The property market in Bangkok began to bounce back in the third quarter of 2014 as the new government settled in following the May 22 military coup and mass-transit development projects were restarted. Business and cons...
8. learning | 14 Nov 2014
» Public displays of affection (PDAs) declared inappropriate by Bangkok mass transit head. Couples engaging in "intensive PDA" will be asked to leave train by security guards. Hotline to report kissing now available.
9. learning | 01 Feb 2013
» The abandoned Hopewell mass transit project, known as Bangkok's "Stonehenge," will be demolished to make way for the Red Line electric railway.
10. learning | 20 Apr 2011
» The number of people leaving the car at home and taking BTS, Bangkok's light rail system, has hit all time highs with rising oil prices. Trains have been added.