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By on Nov 15, 2012 in Property News

The Mass Rapid Transit Authority (MRTA) is shifting a section of the planned Orange Line electric rail service to Rama IX Road from its previous route along Thiam Ruam Mit Road.

Amending the route will mean that the railway will start at the Thailand Cultural Centre on Thiam Ruam Mit Road and run along part of Rama IX Road to Ramkhamhaeng Road, Ramkhamhaeng University and Bang Kapi.

The Thailand Cultural Centre-Bang Kapi route, which is scheduled for construction in 2014, following calling of tenders, is part of the Orange Line linking Taling Chan and Min Buri via Bang Kapi.

The MRTA is confident this route will generate the highest revenue, with an expected half a million commuters on average each day, bringing in revenue of about three billion baht a year.

For the full article, please visit http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/local/321192/orange-line-rail-route-gets-change

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Source : Bangkok Post 14 November 2012

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