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1. news | 21 Feb 2015
» The driver of a trailer truck was killed and a woman seriously injured when a passenger train slammed into the 18-wheel vehicle at a railway crossing in Pak Tho district of Ratchaburi on Saturday morning.
2. news | 03 Jan 2015
» Another collision of a train and a vehicle occurred at a railway crossing in Muang district of Udon Thani province, killing a man and a woman on Friday night, police said.
3. learning | 13 Mar 2014
» Six people were killed and two others injured in a road accident involving three vehicles and three wild elephants in Rayong province yesterday.
4. news | 22 Feb 2015
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» Ratchaburi: A truck driver was killed and a woman seriously injured when a train slammed into their 18-wheel vehicle at a railway crossing in Ratchaburi’s Pak Tho district yesterday morning.
5. news | 19 Feb 2015
» More passengers opted for trains crossing the border between Nong Khai and Vientiane last year, a Lao railway official says.
6. learning | 01 Dec 2014
» Deadly train-car collisions at railway crossings, many constructed illegally, have become so common that drastic action is clearly needed. But safety won't come cheap.
7. news | 17 Feb 2015
» The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) has been urged to speed up installation of barriers and warning signal systems at more than 1,300 crossings nationwide for safety reasons.
8. news | 09 Feb 2015
» The government will turn to borrowing from domestic sources if China won't lower the interest rate it has offered for a Thai railway venture it will help build, says Transport Minister Prajin Juntong.
9. learning | 28 Jan 2015
» Thai-Japan railway through Kanchanaburi tried once before in 1940s but this time to feature Japanese high-speed rail & go all the way to Cambodia.
10. multimedia | 19 Jan 2015
» Officers patrol the Berlin railway after authorities received warnings of militant attacks, just one week after attacks in France left 17 dead. Gavino Garay reports. - REUTERS