The cabinet accepted in principle Tuesday a proposal to construct a double-track railway linking Tak and Nakhon Phanom as part of the transport routes under the East-West Economic Corridor.
Speaking after a mobile cabinet meeting in Nakhon Sawan, government spokesman Lt Gen Sansern Kaewkamnerd said the proposed 902km railway development scheme would see Nakhon Sawan as a connecting point.
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