Who owns Bangkok MRT?

There are few ways to buy Bangkok MRT ticket but the most common way is using Ticket Vending Machines. All these machines accept coins and banknotes. These Ticket Vending Machines are easy to use as you can choose between English and Thai language on the touchscreen. Then you just need to choose your destination.

Who owns Bangkok MRT?

Mass Rapid Transit Authority of Thailand
MRT (Bangkok)

Metropolitan Rapid Transit
Siemens Modular Metro on the Blue Line, the first line of the MRT system
Overview
Native name รถไฟฟ้ามหานคร
Owner Mass Rapid Transit Authority of Thailand

How can I pay MRT in Bangkok?

There are few ways to buy Bangkok MRT ticket but the most common way is using Ticket Vending Machines. All these machines accept coins and banknotes. These Ticket Vending Machines are easy to use as you can choose between English and Thai language on the touchscreen. Then you just need to choose your destination.

What time does the MRT stop running?

Train Operation Hours and Frequency 5.30am to around midnight daily. Operating hours are usually extended during festive periods. You may check the SMRT and SBS Transit websites for changes in operating hours, or download the MyTransport app (iOS | Android).

How can I get MRT student card?

Student Concession Card

  1. Passport photo.
  2. Original MyKad/Passport.
  3. Original Student card.
  4. Original student confirmation letter (dated not more than 3 months) are required upon registration and renewal.
  5. Study duration of above 6 months from the date of application and must be stated clearly in the confirmation letter.

Why do Singaporeans take public transport?

SINGAPORE – Almost six out of 10 Singapore residents take public transport to work as new train lines expand the country’s rail network, according to a government survey.

What is the abbreviation for Bangkok MRT?

The Metropolitan Rapid Transit or MRT is a rapid transit system serving the Bangkok Metropolitan Region in Thailand. The first section of the Blue Line between Hua Lamphong and Bang Sue opened in 2004 as Bangkok’s second public transit system, while the MRT Purple Line opened in August 2016.

What is the speed of Bangkok MRT?

80 km/h (50 mph) The Metropolitan Rapid Transit or MRT is a mass rapid transit system serving the Bangkok Metropolitan Region in Thailand. The MRT system comprises two heavy rail lines, with a further three lines (one heavy rail line and two monorail lines) currently under construction and due to open in 2021.

Who is the owner of the Bangkok MRT?

Both the Blue Line and Purple Line are operated by the Bangkok Expressway and Metro Public Company Limited (BEM) under a concession granted by the Mass Rapid Transit Authority of Thailand (MRTA) which is the owner of the MRT lines.

Where to go in Bangkok with MRT Blue Line?

The new MRT Blue Line now offers to places like Chinatown, The Royal Palace and more. Now, you don’t need to worry about the traffic jam to Bangkok Chinatown with this new MRT Station called Wat Mangkon Station. This Wat Mangkon Station is just minutes away from the main road of Bangkok Chinatown.