Suvarnabhumi cycling lanes to open every day

Suvarnabhumi cycling lanes to open every day

Cyclists take to the Sky Lane, in the northeast corner of Suvarnabhumi airport, when the cycling lanes were reopened after improvements on Dec 23, 2017. (Post Today photo)
Cyclists take to the Sky Lane, in the northeast corner of Suvarnabhumi airport, when the cycling lanes were reopened after improvements on Dec 23, 2017. (Post Today photo)

The Sky Lane for cyclists at Suvarnabhumi airport will open every day starting on Monday.

The two tracks of the Happy and Healthy Bike Lane at the airport have been closed on Thursday and Friday since it was opened on Dec 23 last year.

It was announced on its Facebook page on Thursday that the tracks will open daily from this coming Monday.

The main track, 23.5 kilometres circling the airport, will open from 6am-7pm on weekdays and 6am-8pm on weekends.

The small track and jogging track, 1.6km, will open everyday from 6am-9pm.

The Happy and Healthy Bike Lane was named by His Majesty the King. It is jointly operated by Airports of Thailand Plc and Siam Commercial Bank Plc, with the aim to make it one of the world's best cycling tracks.

It is widely called by its former name, the Sky Lane, by bicycle enthusiasts.

The entire project, including facilities, is not yet fully completed.

Video from Happy and Healthy Bike Lane Facebook account


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