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  • LEARNING

    Can it flood in the subway?

    Jon Fernquest, Published on 28/10/2011

    » Nightmarish to even daydream about, subways are protected by 2.7 meters of barriers, but most people are staying home anyway.

  • NEWS

    Seat-stripping gambit draws fans, haters

    News, Om Jotikasthira, Published on 21/11/2017

    » The MRT Blue Line removed 14 seats from one of its service trains on Monday to accommodate more people, sparking mixed reactions from passengers and observers on social media.

  • TRAVEL

    Koh Tao waste reduction

    Life, Karnjana Karnjanatawe, Published on 04/10/2018

    » Local citizens and business operators on Koh Tao have joined hands to reduce the use of plastic products and foam containers to lower the amount of waste on the island.

  • OPINION

    ฿1,000 fine not enough

    News, Postbag, Published on 07/09/2018

    » What? Only a 1000-baht fine for people using the hard shoulder on elevated roads and expressways preventing emergency vehicles like ambulances from reaching their destinations and risking horrific accidents like the one that happened this week?

  • NEWS

    MRTA: Train depot graffiti was three years ago

    Online Reporters, Published on 09/05/2016

    » The reported vandalism by foreign graffiti artists at a subway train depot in Bangkok occurred three years ago, and the site is now heavily guarded to ensure no recurrence, the Metropolitan Rapid Transit Authority (MRTA) said on Monday.

  • TECH

    Making a game of walking

    Life, Arusa Pisuthipan, Published on 06/07/2016

    » Step aside the past hits like Temple Run, Subway Surfers and Despicable Me: Minion Rush! Now gamers have Steppy Pants, new walking-simulator game as their latest favourite, if not addiction, which has become a blast only a month after its launch. It is now ranked the second most popular free application on the App Store as of this week.

  • NEWS

    Terrorist crashes car into London pedestrians

    Associated Press, Published on 15/08/2018

    » LONDON: A car ploughed into pedestrians and cyclists near the Houses of Parliament in London during the morning rush hour Tuesday, injuring three people in what police suspect is the latest in a string of attacks in the British capital that used vehicles as weapons.

  • OPINION

    A new Potemkin village in Moscow

    News, Published on 24/07/2018

    » If Karl Marx could see Russia today, he might revise his view of religion's role in oppressive regimes. In the country's capital, urbanism has become the new opium of the people.

  • BUSINESS

    A better place to work

    Spectrum, Suphin Mechuchep, Published on 29/07/2018

    » The tremendous value that organisations place on their people extends to real estate, as executives realise that a workplace is a strategic asset that can help their organisation to attract, nurture and retain talent.

  • OPINION

    Innovation no fix for urban transport ills

    News, Leonid Bershidsky, Published on 03/07/2018

    » Urban transportation is undergoing a revolution. Offerings such as Uber and Lyft, as well as car- and bike-sharing services are widely believed to reduce congestion and generally make urban dwellers more mobile; driverless cars are expected to provide further benefits. Yet the notion that these innovations always make things better is far from a given: The new services are a net good only if they complement traditional public transportation systems rather than compete with them.

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