MRT (Bangkok)

MRTBangkok MRTBangkok Metro
BTS Skytrain. Sukhumvit Line. Silom Line. Airport Rail Link (Bangkok). SRT Red Lines. Bangkok BRT. List of rapid transit systems. List of rapid transit stations in Bangkok. MRT Blue Line. MRT Brown Line. MRT Grey Line. MRT Light Blue Line. MRT Orange Line. MRT Pink Line. MRT Purple Line. MRT Yellow Line. Mass Rapid Transit Authority of Thailand. Bangkok MRT Master Plan - Office of Transport and Traffic Policy Planning. Bangkok Metro Company Limited. MRT site at Transit Bangkok. Bangkok mass transit. Unofficial technical data.

Sukhumvit Line

SukhumvitBTS Sukhumvit LineBTS Green Line
BTS Skytrain. Airport Rail Link (Bangkok). MRT (Bangkok). MRT Brown Line. MRT Blue Line. MRT Grey Line. MRT Light Blue Line. MRT Orange Line. MRT Pink Line. MRT Purple Line. MRT Yellow Line. SRT Red Lines. Bangkok BRT. "MRTA Greenline website". Airport Rail Link, BTS, MRT & BRT network map.

Silom Line

SilomBTS Silom LineDark Green Line
However, this plan was shelved back in 2009 and much of this route has been replaced by routing changes to the planned MRT Orange line. * Airport Rail Link, BTS, MRT & BRT network map BTS Skytrain. Airport rail link. MRT Brown Line. MRT Blue Line. MRT Orange Line. MRT Pink Line. MRT Purple Line. Bangkok Metro. SRT Red Lines. Bangkok BRT.

MRT Purple Line

Purple LineBangkok Metro Purple Line
BTS Skytrain. Sukhumvit Line. Silom Line. Airport Rail Link (Bangkok). Bangkok Metro. MRT Blue Line. MRT Brown Line. MRT Grey Line. MRT Light Blue Line. MRT Orange Line. MRT Pink Line. MRT Yellow Line. SRT Red Lines. Bangkok BRT. "BEM Purple Line website". "MRTA Purple Line South Extension website". Airport Rail Link, BTS, MRT & BRT network map.

Mass Rapid Transit Master Plan in Bangkok Metropolitan Region

M-MapMass Rapid Transit Master PlanBangkok Metro Yellow Line
The first version of the plan, endorsed by the cabinet on 27 September 1994 and to be implemented from 1995 to 2011, consisted of an extension of 135 km to the three systems already in progress (the MRT Blue Line, the Sukhumvit and Silom lines of the BTS Skytrain and the Bangkok Elevated Road and Train System (BERTS)), which would have had a combined length of 103 km. Following the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis and the cancellation of the BERTS, a system totalling 375 km to begin in 2001 was proposed, to be developed in three stages: 141.9 km during 2001–11, 158.2 km during 2012–21 and 75.3 km from 2022 onwards.

Airport Rail Link (Bangkok)

Airport Rail LinkSuvarnabhumi Airport LinkSuvarnabhumi Airport Rail Link
BTS Skytrain. Sukhumvit Line. Silom Line. Bangkok Metro. MRT Blue Line. MRT Brown Line. MRT Grey Line. MRT Light Blue Line. MRT Orange Line. MRT Pink Line. MRT Purple Line. MRT Yellow Line. Bangkok BRT. Airport Rail Link – official website. Airport Rail Link, BTS, MRT & BRT network map. "2Bangkok Airport Rail thread" Semi-regular updates, articles, pictures and commentary (In English).

MRT Orange Line

Orange LineBangkok Metro Brown LineBangkok Metro Orange Line
MRT Blue Line. MRT Brown Line. MRT Grey Line. MRT Light Blue Line. MRT Pink Line. MRT Purple Line. MRT Yellow Line. BTS Skytrain. Sukhumvit Line. Silom Line. Airport Rail Link (Bangkok). SRT Light Red Line. SRT Dark Red Line. Bangkok BRT. BMA Gold Line. "Orange Line: Bang Kapi-Bang Bamru Section", MRTA Project. "2Bangkok BRT thread" Semi-regular updates, articles, pictures and commentary (In English). Airport Rail Link, BTS, MRT & BRT network map.

MRTA Yellow Line

MRT Yellow LineYellow LineBangkok Yellow Line
A future extension from Samrong across the Chao Phraya River to link with the MRT Purple Line at Rat Burana has been canvassed by OTP. * * Airport Rail Link, BTS, MRT & BRT network map Mass Rapid Transit Master Plan in Bangkok Metropolitan Region. Bangkok Metro. MRT Brown Line. MRT Blue Line. MRT Grey Line. MRT Light Blue Line. MRT Orange Line. MRT Pink Line. MRT Purple Line. BTS Skytrain. Sukhumvit Line. Silom Line. Airport Rail Link (Bangkok). SRT Light Red Line. SRT Dark Red Line. Bangkok BRT. BMA Gold Line.

Siemens Inspiro

InspiroInspiro Metro
New 22 metro train (4-cars) for BTS (Sukhumvit Line extension, East), in service 2018 and 35 metro trains (3-cars) for MRT Blue Line, first lot in service 2019 and available for full service in 2020. Class C for Munich U-Bahn U3 & U6 in service 6-car trainsets configuration.

Bangkok

Bangkok, ThailandKrung ThepKrung Thep Maha Nakhon
Bangkok is served by three rapid transit systems: the BTS Skytrain, the underground MRT, and the elevated Airport Rail Link. Although proposals for the development of rapid transit in Bangkok had been made since 1975, it was only in 1999 that the BTS finally began operation. The BTS consists of two lines, Sukhumvit and Silom, with 43 stations along 51.69 km. The MRT opened for use in July 2004, and currently consists of two lines, the Blue Line and Purple Line. The Airport Rail Link, opened in August 2010, connects the city center to Suvarnabhumi Airport to the east. Its eight stations span a distance of 28 km.

Grey Line (Bangkok)

MRT Grey LineGrey LineBMA Grey Line
Transfers to BTS Sukhumvit Line at Thong Lo Station. Mass Rapid Transit Master Plan in Bangkok Metropolitan Region. Bangkok Metro. MRT Blue Line. MRT Brown Line. MRT Light Blue Line. MRT Orange Line. MRT Pink Line. MRT Purple Line. MRT Yellow Line. BTS Skytrain. Sukhumvit Line. Silom Line. Airport Rail Link (Bangkok). SRT Light Red Line. SRT Dark Red Line. Bangkok BRT. BMA Gold Line.

SRT Light Red Line

Light Red LineBang Sue–Taling Chan Red LineLight Red
BTS Skytrain. Sukhumvit Line. Silom Line. Bangkok Metro. MRT Blue Line. MRT Brown Line. MRT Grey Line. MRT Light Blue Line. MRT Orange Line. MRT Pink Line. MRT Purple Line. MRT Yellow Line. Bangkok BRT.

Light Blue Line (Bangkok)

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Given the delays in 2013 and 2014 with tendering other priority mass transit lines related to the political crisis in Thailand, it is highly unlikely that the Light Blue line will be considered by either the BMA or the MRTA for many years. The route has a total of 9 planned stations. BTS Skytrain. Sukhumvit Line. Silom Line. Airport Rail Link (Bangkok). Bangkok Metro. MRT Blue Line. MRT Brown Line. MRT Grey Line. MRT Orange Line. MRT Pink Line. MRT Purple Line. MRT Yellow Line. SRT Red Lines. Bangkok BRT.

SRT Dark Red Line

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BTS Skytrain. Sukhumvit Line. Silom Line. Bangkok Metro. MRT Blue Line. MRT Brown Line. MRT Grey Line. MRT Light Blue Line. MRT Orange Line. MRT Pink Line. MRT Purple Line. MRT Yellow Line. Bangkok BRT. "SRT Red Line website". Airport Rail Link, BTS, MRT & BRT network map.

MRTA Pink Line

MRT Pink LinePink LineBangkok Metro Pink Line
MRT Blue Line. MRT Brown Line. MRT Grey Line. MRT Light Blue Line. MRT Orange Line. MRT Purple Line. MRT Yellow Line. BTS Skytrain. Sukhumvit Line. Silom Line. Airport Rail Link (Bangkok). SRT Light Red Line. SRT Dark Red Line. Bangkok BRT. BMA Gold Line. "MRTA Pink Line website". "2Bangkok Pink Line thread" Semi-regular updates, articles, pictures and commentary (In English). Airport Rail Link, BTS, MRT & BRT network map.

Bangkok BRT

BRT(BRT)BRT (Bangkok)
Airport Rail Link, BTS, MRT & BRT network map.

Bang Wa BTS station

Bang WaBang Wa StationBang Wa BTS
Bang Wa station is a BTS skytrain station, on the Silom Line in Phasi Charoen District, Bangkok, Thailand. The station is located on an intersection between Ratchaphruek Road and Phet Kasem Road. It is surrounded by residences, small shops and office towers. It is a terminus of the Silom Line. It provides an interchange with Bang Wa MRT station. The station opened on 5 December 2013, the same day as the opening of Wutthakat station. * Bangkok Skytrain

Siemens Modular Metro

Modular MetroMo.MoSiemens Mobility
. * Bangkok MRT Blue Line: each train consists of two motor cars and a centre trailer car. * Metro Trains Melbourne Northern Group and Caufield Group Lines: designated 'Siemens' trains, 72 three car sets from 2003. * Shanghai Metro: 28 six-car modular trains for Line 4, 10 trains for an extension of Line 1. First two trains in Vienna, remainder built in China. The bodies of the trains evolved from the 1993 DT2 Series used in the Nuremberg U-Bahn whose design in turn came from production of the A Series built for the nearby Munich U-Bahn, but now also used in Nuremberg.

Ha Yaek Lat Phrao BTS station

Ha Yaek Lat PhraoHa Yaek Lat Phrao station
Ha Yaek Lat Phrao station (สถานีห้าแยกลาดพร้าว, ; formerly known as Ladphrao Intersection station) is a BTS Skytrain station, on the Sukhumvit Line in Bangkok, Thailand. It is the northern terminus of the line, until the opening of the other stations of the Sukhumvit Line Extension (North) planned in 2020. It connects to the MRT Blue Line. It is one of only three BTS stations to have island platforms, with the other being Siam and Samrong. * Bangkok Skytrain

Chatuchak Park MRT station

Chatuchak Park
Chatuchak Park station is a Bangkok MRT station on the Blue Line. It is located under the southern part of Chatuchak Park. It is an important interchange station of northern Bangkok because passengers can connect to BTS Sukhumvit Line at Mo Chit station and inter-city buses at Bangkok bus station. The symbol color, which is decorated on the pillars, is blue.

Bang Wa MRT station

Bang WaBang Wa MRT
Bang Wa station (บางหว้า is a Bangkok MRT rapid transit station on the Blue Line, in Bangkok, Thailand. Passengers can transfer to the BTS Skytrain at Bang Wa BTS station. It opened on August 24 2019. .

Mangmoom Card

In April 2017 it was announced that the MRTA would act as a central clearing house for the ticketing system, with the Airport Rail Link and some electric rail services joining by mid-2017, buses and the MRT Purple line joining by October 2017, and the BTS Skytrain and MRT Blue Line later. In October 2017 it was announced that the card was again delayed to mid-2018 and will only work with buses and the Airport Rail Link at launch. In June 2018 it was announced the card would finally launch on the 23rd of that month, with 200,000 cards issued to the public, and would only work on the MRT Blue Line and MRT Purple Line at launch, with the Airport Rail Link to be added by October.

Mass Rapid Transit Authority of Thailand

MRTAMass Rapid Transit Authority
The MRTA oversees the operation of the BTS outside Bangkok areas and MRT, which consists of the operational Blue Line and Purple Line. Other systems, including the Airport Rail Link, are owned and operated by other agencies. * Mass Rapid Transit Master Plan in Bangkok Metropolitan Region

Chao Phraya Express Boat

Chao Phraya Express Boat Blue Flag LineChao Phraya Express Boat Local LineChao Phraya Express Boat Orange Flag Line
Map of Chao Phraya Express, Khlong boats, BTS, and MRT. The Mass Transport Boats of Bangkok (Chao Phraya Express) (Photos). MarineLink.com review. Chaopraya express boat Guide.

List of rapid transit stations in Bangkok

43Rapid transit stations in Bangkok
Many more are currently in various stages of planning and construction as shown in the latest Mass Rapid Transit Master Plan. 44 BTS Skytrain stations (32 on the Sukhumvit Line and 13 on the Silom Line, with Siam being an interchange station between the two). 45 MRT stations (30 on the Blue Line and 16 on the Purple Line, with Tao Poon being an interchange between the two). 8 Airport Rail Link stations. BTS Skytrain. Mass Rapid Transit (Bangkok). Airport Rail Link (Bangkok). MRT Brown Line. MRT Grey Line. MRT Light Blue Line. MRT Orange Line. MRT Pink Line. MRT Purple Line. MRT Yellow Line. SRT Red Lines. Bangkok BRT. Rabbit Card.