Trans-ASEAN bullet train to link Thailand with Singapore and China

Under the Thai government’s plan to make Thailand the logistics hub of ASEAN, the high-speed trains will be at the heart of the country’s new infrastructure system.

Why the recent Bangkok bus fare hike was necessary

The notorious Bangkok traffic gridlock won’t improve unless people leave their cars to use buses and other public transportation systems to commute. But people won’t use buses unless the bus networks, services, and safety improve.

High-speed rail project to link three airport to be signed next month

Contracts to link three airports and the Map Ta Phut industrial port development project expected to be signed between state firms and private concessionaires next month.

New Bangkok Metro Lines get $311 million financing from ADB

The number of private cars in Southeast Asia has more than doubled since 2000, and 30 million more passenger cars are expected to be added by 2040.

Thucydides reality check : Not Improving Bangkok’s bus network

The Thai middle class is in a position to choose whether to use a private car as long as the public transport system does not serve their needs

Thai-Chinese railway project to connect industrial zones to the region

Despite some delays, Thai-Chinese railways is schedules to link Thailand’s industrial hubs to China and restore historical routes to Laos and Vietnam.

Is Thailand ready to be ASEAN’s Logistics Hub ?

Solidiance, has just recently completed a comprehensive market assessment / white paper on the “Thailand’s Logistic Opportunities”.

High Speed Rail Deal Bidding ahead for 2014

International bidding for Thailand ‘s procurement of high-speed trains to carry passengers and cargoes will likely be held in Q-3 of Y 2014, according to Thai Transport Minister Chatchart Sitthipun.