Yala Train Station still largely lifeless – public not sure local train services are operating

Yala Train Station still largely lifeless - public not sure local train services are operating - translated and summarized from Phujatkan, November 1, 2007
Few people made use of trains at Yala Train Station today, as most were not yet sure whether the local rail service had recommenced. State Railways of Thailand (SRT) staff mounted industrial action yesterday, which succeeded in halting train movements in many locations nationwide. The industrial action came to an end after SRT’s labor union accepted all nine SRT board proposals to resolve the situation. Suspended rail operations created a great deal of trouble for people living in the three southernmost provinces, as many people in the region travel by train.
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