Bangkok’s BTS, MRT services back to normal from June 15

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BTS and MRT will resume their full normal services from Monday (June 15) , as the night curfew has been lifted.

Surapong Laoha-Unya, Bangkok Mass Transit System (BTS) chief executive officer, informed that the Sukhumvit line will run from 5.15am to midnight and the Silom line from 5.30am to midnight from Monday. Also, the BRT train will resume its normal running hours from 6am to midnight.

On Friday, the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration approved ending the night curfew from June 15.

Meanwhile, the Mass Rapid Transit Authority (MRTA) announced on Friday that the MRT Blue Line (Chaloem Ratchamongkhon Line) and the MRT Purple Line (Chalong Ratchadham Line) will resume normal operations from June 15.

The MRT Purple Line will operate from 5.30am to midnight and the MRT Blue Line from 6am to midnight. The last train’s schedule can be checked on the Facebook page “MRT Bangkok Metro” or through the mobile application “Bangkok MRT”.

The MRTA parking lots will be open from 5am to 1am. Presently, the Blue Line has 13 parking lots.

Source: The Nation

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