New van terminal for interprovincial routes opens

New van terminal for interprovincial routes opens

The new terminal for interprovincial public passenger vans is located under the Si Rat expressway, opposite Mor Chit bus terminal. (Photo from @fm91trafficpro Twitter account)
The new terminal for interprovincial public passenger vans is located under the Si Rat expressway, opposite Mor Chit bus terminal. (Photo from @fm91trafficpro Twitter account)

The new terminal for public passenger vans operating on interprovincial routes opened in Bangkok on Wednesday.

All van services at Mor Chit bus terminal had been moved to the new facility on Kamphaeng Phet 2 Road under the Si Rat expressway, Land Transport Department director-general Sanit Promwong said. 

The new terminal, built for exclusive use by public vans, is across the road from the Mor Chit bus terminal.

The 30-rai complex can handle up to 2,000 passengers at a time, leaving on all routes.

Transport Co allows public vans to operate to destinations within 300 kilometres. Longer routes are reserved for buses.



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