Transport launches investment plan in 2023, spending over 311 billion baht, moving forward in many projects

Transport is launching an investment plan in 2023, spending more than 311 billion baht, moving forward in many projects Many new projects are in the process of being submitted to the Cabinet.

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On 5 October 2022 Saksiam Chidchob, Minister of Transport He revealed that the Ministry of Transport’s action plan in 2023 will develop infrastructure projects which are ongoing projects. and new projects with an investment amount of 311,483.56 million baht, using a source of money that includes The national budget was 201,510.96 million baht, representing 64.96%, followed by the amount of the loan 44,087.01 million baht, accounting for 14.15%.

Investments from revenue collection from various agencies totaling 42,433.25 million baht, or 13.62%, money from the Thailand Future Fund (TFF) 8,598.26 million baht, or 2.76%, and money from joint investment projects between the state and the private sector, about 5,701.71 million baht, or 1.83%, etc.

Sak Siam Mr He continued that for projects currently under development. and will use the budget in 2023 to operate continuously, such as the freeway (Freeway), Bang Pa-in – Nakhon Ratchasima (M6), Bang Yai – Kanchanaburi Freeway (M81), Bang Khun Thian – Ban Phaeo Freeway ( M82), Rama 3-Dao Khanong – Ring Road Expressway Outer Ring Road – Barrier Free Toll Collection System (M-Flow), including the development of a freight photography center in Chiang Khong, Chiang Rai Province

Border Transport Center Project in Nakhon Phanom Province, the 4-way electric train project (pink, yellow, orange and purple lines), the double track project, phase 1, including 5 lines, and 2 new railways, the Thai- Railway project Chinese express Laem Chabang Port Phase 3 and the establishment of the National Shipping Line

Sak Siam Mr He said there are new projects to accelerate investment in 2023 such as intercity highways. Uttaraphimuk upgrade extension (Don Mueang Tollway) (M5) M9 Motorway Bang Khun Thian – Bang Bua Thong Western Ring Road Nakhon Pathom-Cha-am Motorway Extension connecting U-Tapao Airport (M7), Muang Mai-Koh Kaew Expressway- Kathu-Patong Bridge over Songkhla Lake Krasaesin District Chaison Songkhla-Khao District, Phatthalung Province

Sak Siam Mr He further said that there is also a project to develop a special highway network between the city and the railway system (MR Map), a bridge connecting Koh Lanta. Krabi Chumphon-Ranong Landbridge Project, Don Mueang Airport Potential Improvement Project Phase 3 and Phuket Airport Development Project Phase 2, etc. Currently, many new projects are in the process of being submitted to the Cabinet (Cabinet ) to be approved.

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