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1. news | 23 Apr 2013
» The Senate committee on corruption investigation will lobby the Supreme Administrative Court to suspend the government's purchase of 3,183 natural gas for vehicles (NGV) buses.
2. lifestyle | 26 Apr 2013
» Earlier this month, the cabinet approved a plan for the Bangkok Mass Transit Authority to purchase 3,183 NGV buses. PM Yingluck Shinawatra has also reportedly tasked the bus authority to come up with measures to encourag...
3. news | 16 Apr 2013
» The Transport Ministry has insisted the purchase of more than 3,000 natural gas-fuelled buses will be transparent.
4. news | 09 Apr 2013
» The cabinet meeting on Tuesday approved the plan to purchase a new fleet of 3,183 buses fuelled by compressed natural gas (CNG) for Bangkok, at a cost of 13.16 billion baht, Deputy Transport Minister Plin Suwanatat said.
5. learning | 06 Aug 2012
» Bus breaks down, passengers leave bus, then discovery of military weapon cache of a mystery passenger with military-style haircut in the bus.
6. learning | 09 Jul 2012
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» 11 people dead in most recent bus crash, passengers told driver to slow down, couple minutes later bus hit pole, driver dead, bus in pieces, even more injured.
7. news | 11 Apr 2013
» The Thailand Development Research Institute (TDRI) on Thursday urged the government to increase compensation to passengers injured in public bus accidents.
8. learning | 19 Nov 2010
» Middle men with political influence profit from bus concessions without doing much, leaving consumers with inferior service and bus operators with bills higher than they should be.
9. news | 31 Mar 2013
» CHACHOENGSAO - The cabinet has approved a proposal to extend for another six months limited free bus and train rides to help alleviate the growing cost of living, government spokesman Tossaporn Serirak said.
10. news | 03 May 2013
» A group of 58 senators has called on Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra to apologise to the public over her controversial speech in Mongolia.