Pheu Thai’s challenge to reduce electric train fares to 20 baht max

The Department of Rail Transport believes that, if the Pheu Thai party’s policy to reduce the fare for electric train services in Bangkok and its suburbs to 20 baht, to…

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BTS train fares to increase 1-3 baht on January 1st

Commuters using the Bangkok Mass Transit (BTS) train service on the Sukhumvit and Silom routes will be charged an additional 1-3 baht beginning on January 1st, according to the company….

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Can new governor Chadchart bring BTS Skytrain fares down to earth?

Many commuters voted for Chadchart Sittipunt in May’s Bangkok governor election in the hope he would deliver on his vow to cut BTS Skytrain fares sharply. But that is not…

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BTS to begin charging fares on Green Line extensions from August

BTS sky train passengers who use either of the two extensions of the Green Line, between Bearing and Keha in Samut Prakan (13km) and between Mo Chit and Khu Khot…

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PM admits government and BMA cannot delay electric train fares indefinitely

Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-o-cha admitted today (Wednesday) that neither the government nor the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) can shoulder the financial burden of prolonging the freeze on fares on the…

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SRT board considering substantial off-peak fare cut on airport rail link from October to end of December

The SRT Electric Train Company, the operator of the airport rail link service, will propose that the SRT board reduce fares by about 44%, during off-peak hours, from October until…

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