Integration of SRT Red Line and ARL
So I'm a bit confused by the SRT Red Line plans for Bang Sue-Hualamphong/Makkasan: is the plan to connect the new line to the current ARL corridor, or build an entirely separate set of tracks duplicating Phayathai-Makkasan?
The later. All rather confusing and silly but it will be a duplicate narrow gauge line with its own stations running adjacent to the airport line. There are a couple of renders in one of the threads.
Originally Posted by jpatokal
Not quite since Airpoirt Link has omitted some station out of the list which Red line commuter (Eastern line) would cover ... with intention to head into Chacheongsao to (almost) replace the existing BKK - Chacheognsao commuter, suitable for those who don't want to head into Suvannabhum
Originally Posted by Yappofloyd
Since it will be run by SRT Electric Train Co.Ltd., the free interchange will be implement alogn with the new ticket rates to facilitate the movement.
Here is the table for the new ticket rates (both single trip token and stored value cards) vor airport Link - effective on 4 Jan 2011.
Makkasan to Suvannabhum 150 Baht (5 US$)
Airport City Line:
Phyathai to Rajprarob = 15 Baht (0.50 US$)
Phyathai to Makkasan = 20 Baht (0.67 US$)
Phyathai to Ram Khamhaeng = 25 Baht (0.83 US$)
Phyathai to Hua Mark = 30 Baht (1.00 US$)
Phyathai to Ban Thub Chang = 35 Baht (1.16 US$)
Phyathai to Lad Krabang = 40 Baht (1.33 US$)
Phyathai to Suvannabhum = 45 Baht (1.50 US$)
Last edited by Wisarut; 01-01-11 at 05:03 PM.