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1. opinion | 08 Nov 2013
GURU EDITOR'S NOTE
» However, in this baffling instance, the demonstrators consisted of over 200 operators of illegal passenger vans, also known as the so-called “black plate” vans that are unlicensed and unregulated. The owners shut down th...
2. news | 30 Oct 2013
» AYUTTHAYA ― Operators of illegal passenger vans, who closed Phahon Yothin Road with their vehicles in Wang Noi district to demand police delay a crackdown on them, agreed to reopen the road after a senior official promis...
3. news | 30 Oct 2013
» AYUTTHAYA ― More than 200 operators of illegal passenger vans on Wednesday closed the inbound express lanes of Phahon Yothin Road at kilometre marker 55 with their vehicles in Wang Noi district, demanding police delay th...
4. opinion | 08 Nov 2013
Newspaper section: News
» The future of Asia-Pacific aviation is bright. By 2016, traffic within the Asia-Pacific region will represent 33% of global passengers, up from 29% in 2011. This makes the region the largest regional market in the world...
5. learning | 26 Apr 2012
» Witnessing a traffic accident caused Bangkok Post feature writer Napamon Roongwitoo to start thinking seriously about Bangkok traffic and those who are supposed to keep it safe.
6. learning | 16 Mar 2012
» All of a sudden, Bangkok’s second airport is taking on greater importance as Suvarnabhumi struggles to cope with increased passenger traffic.
7. learning | 08 Oct 2013
» Bangkok's deputy police chief has a set of proposals to make Bangkok traffic flow smoothly and quickly. (updated)
8. news | 06 Oct 2013
» A passenger engaged in a verbal confrontation with a driver and a conductor of Bangkok's notorious No.8 bus on Sunday morning. The quarrel was caught on camera and was posted on a social media site by another passeng...
9. learning | 17 Sep 2010
» BEIJING: Bangkok has bad traffic jams, but nothing like a gigantic traffic jam in China that has been going on for the past two weeks.
10. news | 17 Oct 2013
» A new law forcing passengers on inter-provincial buses and public vans to buckle up could be in place by the end of the year, the Transport Ministry says.