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1. news | 25 Jan 2015
» The planned 68-kilometre, 50-billion-baht Buraphavithi-Pattaya Expressway project will likely be scrapped after facing strong resistance from people living along the route, according to a project adviser.
2. news | 22 Jan 2015
» Board members of the operators of Bangkok's subway and expressway have endorsed the merger of the two companies to bolster their business positions.
3. learning | 22 Nov 2014
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» A Facebook user likely did more harm than good to a small mobile coffee operator when he posted a video praising the operation which happens to be based at the side of a Bangkok expressway, probably illegally.
4. learning | 10 Nov 2014
» With more vehicles on Bangkok roads than ever, reviving the long-delayed third-stage expressway might seem like a good idea, but can planners overcome the strong opposition the project faced in the past?
5. learning | 22 Aug 2013
» Expressway Easy Pass display errors, meetings & convention tourism up 12% & new Bangkok train line approved.
6. learning | 30 Jan 2013
» Fugitive Somchai Khunploem, alias Kamnan Poh, was arrested on the expressway in Bangkok on Wednesday. Criminal Court chief justice Tawee Prachuaplarp says he will not receive bail.
7. news | 12 Jan 2015
» A construction plan of N1-N3 expressways would be concluded in the next two weeks, the Office of Transport and Traffic Policy and Planning says.
8. business | 18 Dec 2014
» Visa International (Asia-Pacific) plans to increase contactless transactions or wave cards in this country and is cooperating with the Expressway Authority of Thailand (Exat) to introduce the payment system at tollbooths...
9. learning | 25 Apr 2013
» The Expressway Authority of Thailand (EXAT) proposed on Wednesday to cut a pair of traffic tunnels through the Nark Kerb mountain to link Kathu and Patong beaches.
10. learning | 14 Nov 2010
» Until recently there was a big billboard on the side of the expressway going to Bang Na. ''Make your life better,'' it shouted out to motorists in stark Thai lettering. ''Buy our stainless s