SRT – Bangkok to Chiang Mai High Speed Railway Line – Thailand - Project Profile
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The State Railway of Thailand (SRT) is undertaking the High Speed Rail Link project between Bangkok and Chiang Mai in Thailand.
The project involves the construction of a 672km railway line connecting Bangkok with Chiang Mai. It includes the construction of railway stations, double track section, supportive tracks, maintenance buildings, and other infrastructural related facilities, and the installation of locomotives and equipments, signals.
The construction of the project is divided into two parts. The first part will be from Bangkok to Phitsanulok while the second part will be from Phitsanulok to Chiang Mai.
As of May 2015, Thai-Japanese governments to sign Memorandum of understanding (MoU) for the construction of the project.
In May 2015, the project secured planning approvals from Thailand government.
In June 2016, Japan government suggested SRT to split the railway line into two sections and give priority to first section as it covers major locations. First section includes 380 km from Bangkok to Phitsanulok and second section of 292km from Phitsanulok to Chiang Mai.
On July 7, Project secured EIA for the first phase of the Bangkok-Chiang Mai high-speed route.
Study activities are underway.
The project involves the construction of a 672km railway line between Bangkok and Chiang Mai in Thailand.
The US$14,200 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a railway stations
2. Construction of a double track section
3. Construction of supportive tracks
4. Construction of maintenance buildings
5. Construction of other infrastructural related facilities
6. Installation of signals
7. Installation of locomotives and equipmentReasons To Buy