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2014.4

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2013.8

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2013.2

2011.2

Access to BRT station at Sathorn via a connecting walkway from Chong Nonsi
2011.2

Plaza built above a major intersection at Chong Nonsi, with Sathorn BRT station in the background
2011.2

BRT-skytrain connection at Chong Nonsi
2011.2

Sathorn BRT station
2011.2

Sathorn BRT station
2011.2

Sathorn BRT station
2011.2

2011.2

2011.2

Cantilevered roof approaching Sathorn BRT station
2011.2

2011.2

2010.8

Covered walkway connecting Chong Nonsi Skytrain station to Sathorn BRT station
2010.8

Walkway connecting Chong Nonsi Skytrain station to Sathorn BRT station
2010.8

Sathorn BRT station
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2010.8

BRT runway is too narrow at stations, forcing drivers to approach extremely slowly
2010.8

2010.8

Passengers alight through the single central door of the BRT bus
2010.8

The two terminal stations are air-conditioned
2010.8

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2010.8

Ratchapruek BRT terminal
2010.8

2010.8

2010.8

Stopping area is too narrow, with new buses already scratched from contact with the platform
2010.8

2010.8

2010.8

Toilet empties into a heavily polluted klong
2010.8

2010.8

Fare collection takes place on the pedestrian bridge. Turnstiles being installed.
2010.8

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2010.8

Drivers slow to a crawl to squeeze into the narrow lanes at stations
2010.8

Covered walkway over an intersection, accessing Sathorn BRT terminal
2010.8

Bus vehicle & passenger volumes outside the BRT lanes are roughly double those inside the BRT lanes
2010.8

Connection between Chong Nonsi Skytrain station and Sathorn BRT station
2010.8

Connection between Chong Nonsi Skytrain station and Sathorn BRT station
2010.8

2009.5

2009.5

Walkway connecting the Skytrain to the BRT station (under construction)
2009.5

2009.5

2009.5

2009.5

2009.5

Walkway to Chong Nonsi BRT station
2009.5

Chong Nonsi station under construction
2009.5

2009.5

Rendering of the first BRT station, connecting to Chong Nonsi Skytrain station
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2009.5

The pedestrian bridge interior is part of the BRT station, with fare collection on the bridge rather than the platform
2009.5

2008.11

2008.11

Chong Nonsi BRT station under construction
2008.11

2008.11

A toilet being moved into position under the stairs and escalator to the BRT platform. Pipes suggest that the waste will empty into the canal below.
2008.11

2008.11

Escalator access in one direction only
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2008.11

Toilets (under the stairs in the lower right) are provided, unlike in the Skytrain or subway systems in Bangkok
2008.11

Bangkok's BRT features fare collection on the pedestrian bridges, effectively making the bridge part of the station
2008.11

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2008.11

2014.4

Traffic police allow vehicles into BRT lane
2013.9

2011.2

2011.2

2010.8

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2010.8

Unenforced BRT lane
2010.8

2010.8

2010.8

Unenforced BRT lane on the Rama III bridge
2010.8

2010.8

Most buses are caught in congested non-BRT lanes at Ratchapruek
2010.8

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2010.8

NEXT STOP: Thanan Chan
2010.8

With more than 4 minutes on average between buses during peak times (significantly longer in off-peak), the BRT lane is mostly empty. Motorbikes thread between cars.
2010.8