3 Important Connecting Points for Users with Mobility Challenges – Yellow Line Bangkok Train


Picture Line graph shows Yellow Line Bangkok train

Currently, Bangkok is considered highly convenient for traveling by mass transit. You go to every corner of the city easily. Yesterday, I visited the area to survey important connecting points for users with mobility challenges on the Yellow Line of Bangkok mass transit system:

[Point A: Yellow Line/Samrong Station – Green Line/Samrong Station] There is a convenient skywalk connecting the two lines.

[Point B: Yellow Line/Hua Mak Station – Red Line/Hua Mak Station – Airport Rail Link/Hua Mak Station] From the Yellow Line, there is a ground-level pedestrian crossing that requires crossing the train tracks (very dangerous).
FYI. I attended a meeting with relevant agencies, and they have plans and preliminary designs for a connecting path to the ARL at Hua Mak Station, No timeline updated.

[Point C: Yellow Line/Lat Phrao Station – Blue Line/Lat Phrao Station] From the Yellow Line, you can take an elevator from the parking building to the underground Blue Line, easy.

For individuals with visual impairments who may lack wayfinding tiles, they need to request assistance from staff.

The new mass transit systems have been implemented quite well, especially in terms of the connecting points. The design team and relevant agencies have given high importance to them. As we can see with the Yellow Line, they are of great significance.

Keep in mind that our bodies are constantly changing, so we must remember to stay cautious and not forget about our physical condition.


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