Phitsanulok Mass Transit Project

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     Phitsanulok Mass Transit System Project (Red Line: Phisanulok University - Central Phisanulok) is one of the transportation system development projects linking main cities in the provincial areas and solving traffic problems from main cities in the provincial areas to Bangkok metropolitan area. The project objects to provide continuous, convenience and safe travel according to the Strategic development of transport infrastructure of Thailand 2015 to 2022 which assigns Office of Transport and Traffic Policy and Planning to feasibility study and preliminary design of Phitsanulok Transit System. The project is divided into 2 phases. The first phase is consisted of 6 routes of 80.5 km. and the second phase is consisted of 2 extension routes and 2 new routes of 30.1 km. The result of the feasibility study recommends to operate the first phase Red Line: Phisanulok University - Central Phisanulok which is the appropriate routes to operate first and the cabinet resolution has already assigned MRTA to implement the project.


     It starts from Phitsanulok University passing Phitsanulok Bus Terminal 2 heading to the north along Highway 126 to meet Highway 12 at Indochina intersection. Then, it goes to the west along Highway 12 and ends at Central Phisanulok. It passes several landmarks such as Makro Department Store, Tesco Lotus, Chinnalap Village, Phitsanulok Bus Terminal 1, Phitsanulok Technical Commercial School, Topland Department Store, Wat Phra Sri Rattana Mahathat, Phitsanulok Provincial Hall, Wat Khuha Sawan and Phitsanulok Mueang Mai Village.

     The length of this At-grade track alignment is approximately 12.6 kilometers.

     Auto Tram System (Rubber-tire tram)

     The project consists of 15 stations.

     There is 1 depot at Phitsanulok University which is functioned as depot, train park and office.

Park and Ride
     There are 2 park and ride areas; Phitsanulok University Park and Ride and the area opposite Central Phisanulok.

Project Cost

Cost (Million baht)
Land Acquisition
Civil works
M&E Works and Rolling Stocks
Consultant Fee
Other expense (Pre-operated expense)


     Feasibility Study and Preliminary Design of Phitsanulok Transit System (Final Report) by Office of Transport and Traffic Policy and Planning, March 2018

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