January 18th, local time, Thai Minister of Transport Sasayan said that the Bangsi Station (Bangkok New Railway Station) in the northern part of Bangkok, the capital of Thailand, will open in November this year, and the South China Pong Station (Old Bangkok Railway Station) with a history of more than 100 years in the center of Bangkok will be closed.
South China Peng Station and Railway Network cause the separation of roads in Bangkok, which is one of the reasons for the unreasonable and congested road network in Bangkok.
The opening of Bangsi Station and the closure of the old railway station will improve the planning and traffic congestion of Bangkok’s urban road network.
South China Peng Station is currently the largest passenger station in Thailand’s narrow-gauge railway system, witnessing the development history of Thailand’s century-old monorail railway.
Bangsi Station is the largest passenger station in Southeast Asia and the passenger hub of the China-Thailand Railway in the future.
The opening of the new railway station will usher in a new era of Thailand’s dual-track and high-speed railway.
Four airports in Thailand were temporarily closed until the 31st due to the epidemic.
January 18th, local time, Thailand’s Ministry of Transport revealed to the media that four airports in Thailand, Huaxin, Lalang, Pafu and Taogongfu, were temporarily closed until 31st of this month due to the impact of the coronavirus epidemic.
Affected by the second wave of COVID-19, domestic flights have plummeted, especially the normal operation of the airports affected by the epidemic and the cancellation of flights.