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Finishing of MRT Dark Blue Line to spruce residential or com…

Finishing of MRT Dark Blue Line to spruce residential or com…

The opening of these extensions will make the Dark Blue Line the very first circular line in Bangkok. By the end of 2019, 4 brand-new trains will be included into the system when the very first extension from Hua Lamphong to Lak Song is opened, increasing the capability to more than 400,000 travelers per weekday.Once the 2nd extension from Tao Poon to Tha Phra is functional in 2020, 8 more trains are set up to be included into the system, increasing the capability to 600,000 travelers per weekday.Within the next 5 years, 5 under building lines, linking midtown and rural locations of Bangkok to the MRT Dark Blue Line, will be completed.These 5 under

building lines consist of the BTS Light Green Line(Mo Chit– Khu Khot ), the Yellow Line(Lat Phrao– Samrong ), the Light Red Line( Taling Chan– Bang Sue ), the Dark Red line(Bang Sue– Rangsit ), and the Orange line( Thailand Cultural Centre– Minburi), of which the very first 4 lines are anticipated to be finished in 2021 and the Orange line is anticipated to be finished in 2024. With

an overall of 54 trains,

the MRT Dark Blue Line will be able to manage almost 1 million travelers per weekday, almost tripling the present capacity.Demand from this one million individuals will drive development of crucial locations and brand-new cbds, particularly at interchange stations, which will provide important chances for home advancements in the near future.CBRE thinks that the growth of the mass transit network will alter how Bangkokians live, play and work and Bangkok will end up being a more specified city with each corner of the city linked to another by at least one mass transit line.A post composed by Pakapon Utaobin, an expert at Research and Consulting, CBRE Thailand for Bangkok Post dated 26 June 2019.

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