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1. news | 20 Apr 2013
» Tracking devices have helped cut the number of accidents involving passenger vans, according to the Department of Land Transport (DLT).
2. business | 17 May 2013
» Airports in Asia-Pacific recorded slower growth in passenger traffic than those in the Middle East in this year's first quarter, reflecting the latter's rising importance as a new air transport hub.
3. 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.
4. 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.
5. opinion | 26 Mar 2013
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» It seems to me that if TAT and the prime minister want to attract upscale tourists, they should make their country an upscale tourist destination for starters. How about solving the problems of rail transportation; Bangk...
6. 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.
7. multimedia | 29 Apr 2013
» Traffic policeman Nithat Si-sard weighs 144kg. The senior sergeant major from Lumpini Police Station is among 57 officers enrolled in the Metropolitan Police Bureau’s two-month “Fit and Firm” programme, designed to help ...
8. business | 18 Apr 2013
» Bangkok Industrial Gas Co (BIG), the country's largest extractor of atmospheric gases, plans to become a pioneer in supplying hydrogen as an alternative fuel in the transport sector.
9. news | 07 May 2013
» Bangkok City Hall will enforce new regulations starting Thursday to try to curb the influx and parking of buses and vans carrying sightseers to tourist destinations around the Grand Palace in Phra Nakhon District.
10. learning | 24 Jul 2012
» Bangkok traffic policemen were ordered yesterday to stop setting up checkpoints at blind spots to hand out "surprise fines."