The Department of Land Transport has launched a development project which aims to increase the efficiency of goods transportation using trucks, with the project functioning as a hub, creating connectivity between road networks for transporting goods. The project will also function as an institution that would collect and disperse goods. In 2015, a feasibility study was conducted and the project is allocated to manage 17 goods transporting stations located across the country, including 8 major cities: Chiang Mai, Phitsanulok, Nakhon Sawan, Ubon Ratchathani, Khon Kaen, Nakhon Ratchasima,Prachin Buri, and Surat Thani, and 9 border towns: Chiang Rai, Tak, Nong Khai, Mukdahan, Sa Kaeo, Trat, Kanchanaburi, Songkhla, and Narathiwat. The project is expected to contribute significantly impacts to the country’s economy.
Form of project announcement
This project increase the efficiency of goods transportation using trucks, with the project functioning as a connection hub between road networks for transporting goods.The networks connect across the country, including 8 major cities.
Indicative timetable of project development
PROJECT DEVELOPMENT: 8 main provinces
PROJECT DEVELOPMENT: 9 border provinces in 2022
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Project looking for additional PPF assistance
Project looking for additional MDB assistance
Is project multi jurisdictional?
Stage 2: Project Investigation
587.9 M USD 18,361 M THB
Indicative Funding Source
Not Yet Known
Have any external advisors been appointed yet
Is the project contained in national/sub national infrastructure plan or strategy