We heard the news that the State Railway of Thailand (SRT) was building station platforms which were lower than most of new stations and a public transportation system where everyone has equal access is one of our topics that has been followed closely. “If we can transport, we can develop our lives” is the sentence that I always use. I don’t care if it’s high or low, all I want is that everyone can use it conveniently and safely without extra equipment. Reducing the complexity and difficulty during the use are enough.Read More »
According to the image, I have just received the latest news from our associate group. I am glad that “at least” we have some positive news. Anyway, I told them not to be happy yet. We have to wait until it’s all done, make a full trial and proceed with the follow up work closely. This topic will be presented to the State Railway of Thailand (SRT) and the Transport Minister as information of problem solving and protection for the entire system.Read More »
The 2nd meeting of metro train accessibility verification for Pink Line (Khae Rai – Min Buri) and Yellow Line (Lat Phrao – Samrong)
19 March 2020, we joined a meeting regarding the metro accessibility verification of those ‘under-construction’ train lines in Bangkok by checking the blueprints and the road condition over the map around the station area.Read More »
Report problem of lower platform level of the twin tracks train southern line with former Governor SRT.
After file a complaint about Skywalk and the stairway to the building, the chairman of the commission of Thai Senate introduced us to the former governor of SRT. I got a chance to report the problem of the Southern Line platform construction’s platform high that will lower than the other lines. He promised to ask and talk in detail, I then asked to shake hand as a promise ^^Read More »
T4A’s train station accessibility at Bangkok Purple Line MRT, Nonthaburi 1 Station with the Ministry of Transport’ advisor.
MRT Purple Line is one of the problematic metro train systems and ‘Station access level quite low’ because the station size is very large and with the method of ‘One elevator per side’ and since the road physical is very width also cars runs very fast (6 lanes on each side), people generally cross the road using a overpass only.Read More »
We made a field survey on this site six months ago. We’ve gathered useful information, all possibly available, regarding the Bangkok BTS Green Line South Extension and provided with critical recommendations to the government sectors and civil servants. Despite our huge efforts for the better, today it seems that things get worse, truly worse! AS YOU CAN SEE!, this is a thing you won’t see from the wise man. The Prime Minister once has stated precisely that “We won’t leave a man behind”. The Minister of Transport was also quickly responsive to his policy. But the reality doesn’t reflect what …Read More »
PWDs leaders tagged team, sent out the concerns signal on the basic accessibility policy of the railway as well as the air transportation system to the minister of Ministry of Social Development and Human Security – Police General : Adul Saengsingkaew
Monday 3 August 2015 The disabled leaders had the opportunity to attend the subcommittee. To drive the environment and public transportation. To support independent living of the disabled. Agenda: Pilot sites to adjust environment to support disabled. And rail system on both old (SRT, MRT, BRT) and new system. We had informed Pol. Gen. Adul Sangsingkeo (Minister of the Ministry of Social Development and Human Security – MSDHS) concerning point as below:Read More »