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Fares for Bangkok’s Red Line electric commuter train will start at 12 baht and go up to a maximum fare of 42 baht. The Ministry of Transport announced that they will start issuing tickets on November 29 for the Red Line and the starting fare will be set for the first three years from 2022 to 2025. The new line, which is part of the city’s Mass Rapid Transit Master Plan, was launched in August with free rides as a soft opening. In Thailand, the number of commuters using the suburban train system is increasing, with an average of 8,817 […]

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