State Railway of Thailand approves use of Bang Sue station to host National Book Fair

Thailand’s National Book Fair will take place this 12 months at Bangkok’s Bang Sue Grand Station, from March 26 to April 5. According to a Thai PBS World report, the State Railway of Thailand has reassured the general public that the occasion will not intervene with the government’s rollout of Covid-19 vaccines, also going down on the web site.
Nirut Maneebhandu, SRT governor, says there’s loads of room for each occasions to be held concurrently. Dollar takes up 20,000 sq. metres out of the station’s total space of 50,00 square metres.
Nirut provides that the variety of every day passengers along the suburban line serving the station has dropped considerably because of the Covid-19 pandemic. He says work-from-home restrictions have led to a reduction of between 70,000 and 80,000 in commuter numbers. When the road was opened in November 2021, there have been around 10,000 daily commuters utilizing the service. The SRT boss says he hopes the National Book Fair will boost the variety of passengers on the so-called Red Line, because the occasion will take place close to Gate 1, in the Red Line zone.
Prior to the pandemic, up to 3 million bookworms would attend the fair. However, Covid-19 has led to a major drop in customer numbers..g

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