Thailand’s PM set to evaluate Pink Line urban rail challenge progress

In a move to accelerate city transport development, the Prime Minister of Thailand, Prayut Chan-o-cha, is scheduled to examine the Pink Line city rail project‘s ongoing progress tomorrow before it is set to start its trial operations. This announcement came from Anucha Burapachaisri, the appearing authorities consultant.
This inspection visit is centred on the Pink Line, an enormous elevated monorail prepare initiative spearheaded by the Mass Transit Authority of Thailand (MRTA). The Pink Line, which spans Khae Rai to Min Buri, has been proposed to enhance connectivity within the north of Bangkok and Nonthaburi by intersecting with five main public transit strains. With a whopping length of 34.5 kilometres, the Pink Line will home 30 stations once operational.
In phrases of delegation, the prime minister might be joined by Anupong Paojinda, the Interior Minister, Thanakorn Wangboonkongchana, Prime Minister’s Office Minister, and Athirat Rattanaseth, the Deputy Transport Minister. The entourage will meet at the Min Buri station around 1.30pm to hear to a comprehensive briefing from the MRTA governor, followed by a visit to the convergence point of the Orange Line. Post this, they will engage in a check run, from Min Buri to Lat Pla Khao station, reported Bangkok Post.
A recap of the development updates revealed that by June of this 12 months, the Pink Line’s construct was roughly ninety six.97% completed and the electrical system stood at 97.34% completion, resulting in an general development of 97.15% shared Anucha.
According to Sneak peek from the transport ministry, the Northern Bangkok Monorail Company Limited (NBM) is all set to operate the road after being granted the suitable permission. Initially, the NMB had forecasted that the Pink Line can be commencing trial runs in January, with full companies kicking off by June 2024..

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