October 2019

41st ARCEOS' Conference

41st ARCEOS' Conference

Posted on 29 October, 2019 by Malaysia Admin

Today, 29th October 2019 is the Opening Ceremony of the 41st ARCEOS' Conference. The conference was held in Centaral Plaza Hotel, Bangkok Thailand starting from 28th October 2019 to 1st November 2019. This conference has been made possible by the efforts of the Organizing Commitee from the State Railway of Thailand. #aseanrailways
Survey starts for major railway project

Survey starts for major railway project

Posted on 21 October, 2019 by Administrator

China Railway Eryuan Engineering Corporation (CREEC) has started a partial survey for the Muse-Mandalay-Kyaukphyu railway line, part of the China –Myanmar Economic Corridor (CMEC) and the larger Belt and Road Initiative (BRI). Myanmar signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for the project, expected to be one of the largest road and railway projects in the country, last October. The project calls for the building of a high-speed railway line from Kunming, China, to Muse on the...
Thailand aims to be hub of Trans-Asean railway network

Thailand aims to be hub of Trans-Asean railway network

Posted on 16 October, 2019 by Thailand Admin

The Thai government is pursuing an ambitious plan to build a rail network linking Thailand to other countries in the region, like Singapore and China, reported Vietnam News Agency. The government has already begun the construction of some routes and will keep calling bids for the project, according to Thai Deputy Minister of Transport Pailin Chuchottaworn  (picture) . Thai people will be able to take high-speed trains from a railway station in Bang Sue, Bangkok, to Beijing, China, and...
Thailand plans 'Trans-Asean' bullet train linking

Thailand plans 'Trans-Asean' bullet train linking

Posted on 16 October, 2019 by Malaysia Admin

Bangkok residents may find it hard to imagine that their next trip to Beijing could begin in Bang Sue. The district, which has garnered less fame than its neighbour, Chatuchak, the city's hub for travel to the North, is set to become part of the "Trans-Asean Line" — the government's ambitious plan to build a rail network linking Thailand to other countries as far away as Singapore and China. "Thais will be able to take high-speed trains to the Chinese capital and Singapore from a...

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