State Enterprise Policy Office, Ministry of Finance, Thailand
Contact project leads
The MRT Orange Line Project (East Section) commences at Thailand Cultural Centre and enters the MRTA headquarters, where maintenance occurs. The route then enters Rama IX Road and Pradit Manutham Road, and then diverts leftwards to Ramkhamhaeng Road. It then passes Lam Sali Intersection and Kanchanaphisek Intersection, and ends at Suwinthawong Station, which is located near the border between Ramkhamhaeng and Suwinthawong roads. The route spans approximately 21.2 kilometres, out of which 12.2 kilometres is underground while the remaining 9 kilometres is an elevated route. There are 17 stations in total, 10 of which are underground and 7 are elevated. It connects with the Chaloem Ratchamongkhon Line at Thailand Cultural Centre Station, and the Yellow Line Project (Lat Phrao – Samrong) at Lam Sali Station.
Form of project announcement
It will improve urban transport system in Bangkok, Thailand for efficient and safe movements of people. It will contribute to the achievement of the government's goal of supporting sustainable and inclusive growth. Aimed at addressing the inefficient and unsustainable urban transport, and improve the urban transport system by promoting modal shift from private vehicles to public transport
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Stage 2: Project Investigation
3,643.6 M USD 113,790 M THB
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