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19 May 2013 : CHIANG MAI - Thailand has offered to convene a meeting with Laos and China on the high-speed train project linking the three countries, Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said on Sunday.
17 May 2013 : The fare for onward travel to the six BTS stations between On Nut and Bearing has been cut from 15 baht to 10 baht, effective today, Bangkok Governor Sukhumbhand Paribatra said on Friday.
16 May 2013 : The fares for non-air conditioned buses operating in Greater Bangkok during the late hours will remain unchanged, the Bangkok Mass Transit Authority (BMTA) said on Thursday.
15 May 2013 : Night riders of non-air conditioned buses in Greater Bangkok will pay more to travel in the wee hours, starting Thursday.
15 May 2013 : The government's proposed high-speed train network is unlikely to win over passengers from budget airlines if operating costs are the main factor.
14 May 2013 : Lat Phrao intersection is infamous for its almost impenetrable traffic during rush hours, and a Facebook user on Monday uploaded a photo showing just what makes the congestion even worse.
14 May 2013 : A planned 42.9-kilometre expressway linking western Bangkok to the east has been revived but will now be diverted to the city's north.
13 May 2013 : Bidding for the construction of a high-speed train line to Rayong is expected to be held by the first quarter of next year, State Railway of Thailand (SRT) governor Prapat Chongsanguan said on Monday.
11 May 2013 : Thailand and France are expected to sign a memorandum of understanding (MoU) next month on developing high-speed rail here and modernising the State Railway of Thailand's operations and services.
09 May 2013 : The State Railway of Thailand says the northern line in Lampang province has reopened to services after repairs were completed to tracks damaged by a freight train derailment on Thursday morning.
09 May 2013 : A freight train was derailed on Thursday morning near Mae Moh railway station in Lampang province, delaying North-bound train services, reports said.
07 May 2013 : Police might close checkpoints on some roads in Bangkok if they receive too many complaints they are adding to the congestion on the capital's roads, the Traffic Police Division chief said on Tuesday.