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Bangkok - Rayong High-Speed Rail

Thailand
Stage 2: Project Investigation
Stage 2: Project Investigation
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State Railway of Thailand - Ministry of Transport
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SECTOR
Transport  >  Rail  >  Passenger
TYPE
Brownfield
VALUE
4,881.5 M USD
PROJECT LOCATION (E.G. MAJOR GEOGRAPHIC REFERENCE)
Bangkok Krung Thep (Bangkok) Thailand 
OPPORTUNITY FOR PRIVATE SECTOR INVOLVEMENT
Equity Debt - Private Sector Construction Operations
LAST UPDATED
Q1 2019
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Project Description
The Bangkok – Rayong High-Speed Rail features a 1.435-metre standard gauge track with capacity to serve a maximum speed of 250 kilometres per hour. It travels on an elevated route with a 300-metre tunnel portion near Buddha Mountain (Khao Chi Chan) spanning 193.5 kilometres. the rail connects with Suvarnabhumi Airport, the Bang Sue – Rangsit Red Line, and the Bangkok – Hua Hin High-speed Rail, easing traveling between Bangkok and the eastern region of Thailand. The project involves installation of the track, system work and equipment in order to meet the standards of a high-speed railway.
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Project stage info
Stage 1: Initial Government Announcement
Completed
Stage 2: Project Investigation
Completed
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