Future plan of Bangkok Mass Transit

เส้นทางรถไฟฟ้า BTS ในอนาคต

21-07-09, 05:28 PM

Wisarut

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The list of 12 lines alogn with price tags (2009 – 2019 and 2010 – 2029)
http://www.matichon.co.th/prachachat…id=01&catid=00

OTP Map of 2009 can be seen here: (Need A3 size Paper if you want to make a hard copy!)
http://www.bkkmrtmasterplan.com/

1. Dark Red line commuter (Thammasart U (Rangsit campus) – Hua Lamphong – Mahachai) 85.3 km at the price of 147.750 billion Baht forllowing both Northern line (Bangsue – Thammasart U., Bangsue – Hua lamaphong) and Mahachai line (At least Wongwian Yai – Bangbon – Mahachai). The rest from Hua Lamphogn to Wongwian Yai will follow the other route ->

2. Light Red line commuter (Salaya – Bangsue – Hua Mark and Makkasan – Thonburi – Talingchan) 58.5 km at the price of 86.34 billion Baht – since this line will penetrate through Rattanakosin Island to connect Thonburi station with Makkasan – Realizing the porposal of SRT Governor Sommai Tamthai in 1990 (!)

3.Airport Link 28.5 km at the price of 25.920 billion Baht ->nearly done.

4. Dark Green BTS – (Lum Look Ka – Samut Prakarn – Bang Poo) 66.5 km at 102.420 billion Baht

5. Light Green BTS – Yotse – Bang Wah (alogn with Silom line) 15.5 km at 15.130 billion Baht

6. Blue Ring – (Bangsue – Tha Phra, Hua Lamphong – Tha Phra – Bang Khae – Phutthamonthon Sai 4) – 55 km at the price of 93.100 billion Baht

7. Purple line (Bangyai – Ratboorana, Kae Rai – Pakkret) 49.8 km 135.880 billion Baht

8. Orange MRT (Bang Bumru – Minburi) 32 km – 117.600 billion Baht alogn Sukhaphiban 3 road

9. Pink line (Pakkret – Minburi) 29.9km – 31.240 billion Baht – Secondary line alogn chaeng Watthana Road and Ram Indra road (AKA Highway 304)

10. Yellow line (Lad Phrao – Samrong) 30.4 km – 38.120 billion Baht – secondary line for Lad Phrao, Sri Nakharin road

11. Grey line (Watcharaphon [Ram Indra km 5.5] – Rama 9 Bridge) secondary line along the expressway from Ram Indra to Klong Tan and then from klong tan to rama 4 road and Rama 3 road to Rama 9 Bridge -26 km 31.870 billion Baht

12. Black line (Dindaeng – Sathon) 9.5 km 12.880 billion Baht secondary line to feed Dindaeng area, BMA2, Makkasan – likely to be alogn expressway and feed Surasak Skytrain station.

Total: 413.218 Billion Baht for the first phase and both phases at 838.250 Billion Baht and 487 km


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25-07-09, 06:22 PM

Wisarut

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^^^^
In such a case, you better copy down 30 JPEG files and reassemble in MS Word (A3 Size sheet) and make a print on your own as I have done before.

Moe details can be seen here:

http://www.matichon.co.th/prachachat…id=01&catid=00

This 12 lines have been done as 3 phases in 20 years with total length of 487 km, totalof number of stations at 311 station and total price tags of 838.250 Billion Baht anmd OTP guarantee that even PT men or Phoomjaithai men have repalace Dmeocrat as the governemtn, the plan will not be changed.

Phase 1: First 5 Year -> 2010 – 2014 – all to be done and opened in 2014
1. Red line commuters (N-S section Bangsue – Rangsit – Thammasart U.) 36.3 km starting in early 2010 – this will allow intercity DMUs and express trains allowed to run on the elevated tracks when the red line commuters are absent – Heavy cargos would not be allowed to share the tracks

2. Green line (Mochit – Saphan mai – 11.4 km & Bearing – Samut Prakarn 12.8 km) strarting in early 2011

3. Purple line (Bang Yai – Bangsue) 23 km starting in early 2010

4. Blue Ring (Bangsue -Tha Phra – 13 km, Hua Lamphong – Bangkhae – 14 km) starting in mid 2010

Phase 2: First 10 Year -> 2010 – 2019 – all to be done and opened in 2019
1. Red line commuter (N-S Section – Bangsue – Hua Lamphong – Bang Bon) 29 km – need to negotiate with Crown Property Bureau (the landlord around Sheraton and River city) -> Construction stated in early 2012

2. Red line commuter (N-E Section – Bangsue – Phayathai – Makkasan) 9 km, Makkasan – Hua mark (10 km) ONLY passenger trains allowed to used the elecated tracks when red line commuters are absent -> Construction stated in early 2012

3. Red line commuter (Talingchan – Thonburi – Rattanakosin Island – Yommaraj – Makkasan) 10.5 km -> Construction stated in early 2015 since it necessitated the big tunnel in paralell with Rajdamnoen Avenue to Thonburi station

4. Red line commuter (Talingchan – Salaya) 14 km -> Construction stated in early 2014 since it is at grade section

5. Green line (Saphan Mai – Khoo Khot (7 km) -> Construction stated in 2014
and national Stadium – Yotse (1 km) -> Construction stated in early 2013

6. Purple line (Bangsue – Rat Boorana) 19.8 km -> Construction stated in early 2014

7. Orange line (Bang Bumru – Thailand Cultural Center – 12 km) -> Construction stated in early 2014, (Thailand Cultural Center – Bang Kapi – 9 km, Bang Kapi – Minburi – 11 km) -> Construction stated in early 2012

8. Pink line (Pakkret – Laksi 12 km, Laksi – Kanchanaphisek Ring at Fashion Island 10.4 km ) -> Construction stated in early 2012 while Kanchanaphisek Ring at Fashion Island – Minburi (7.5 km) -> Construction stated in early 2015

Phase 3: Last 10 years 2019 – 2029 to be done and opend in 2029

1. Red line commuter (Bang Bon – mahachai 18 km) -> Construction stated in early 2016
2. Blue line (Bang Khae – Phutthamonthon Sai 4 – 8 km) -> Construction stated in early 2018
3. Purple Branch line (Kaerai – pakkret – 7 km) -> Construction stated in mid 2017
4. Yellow line (Lad Phrao – Phatthanakarn – 12.6 km) -> Construction stated in mid 2020 (Phatthanakarn – Samrong) 17.8 km -> Construction stated in early 2022

5. Gray line (Watcharaphon – Lad Phrao – 8 km) -> Construction stated in early 2025, (Lad Phrao – Rama 4 – 12 km, Rama 4 – Rama 9 Bridge – 6 km) -> Construction stated in early 2023

6. Black Line (Dindaeng – Makkasan – Wireless Road – Sathon) 9.5 km -> Construction stated in early 2020

7. Green line (Khoo Khot – Lam Lookkka – 6.5 km) -> Construction stated in early 2024 and Samut Prakarn – Bang Poo (7 km) -> Construction stated in early 2026

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