Tags : Track

Technology

Google Facing $5bn Lawsuit Claiming it is Tracking Users in

On Friday, a federal judge denied a request by Google’s parent company Alphabet Inc. to drop the case against it – this means it now faces a class-action suit seeking $5 billion, with users claiming that even when they turn off data collection in the Chrome web browser, other Google tools used by websites still […]Read More

News

Londoner Pushes Ex-Eurotunnel Boss Onto Train Tracks

In what a London transport official described as an “extremely rare” incident, a 46-year-old man pushed Sir Robert Malpas, 91, onto tracks shortly after an unsuccessful attempt on another tube passenger. The British Transport Police has released a clip purportedly showing two murder attempts on the London Underground. In the first incident, CCTV footage shows […]Read More

Isan

Korat: Man sleeping by tracks hit in head by train

NAKHON RATCHASIMA – A man sleeping near railroad tracks suffered a serious head injury when he was struck by a train in Chakkarat district on Monday morning. Adul Thong-oon was napping beside the tracks when he was hit by metal framing in front of Ubon Ratchathani-bound train No. 425 as it neared a platform at […]Read More

Bangkok

Bangkok: Women falls on to Skytrain track

A woman fainted and fell on to the track at BTS Skytrain’s Mor Chit station on Tuesday morning, injuring her right leg. Chairman of the BTS management committee Anat Arbhabhirama said security staff at the station were able to switch off the electricity and suspend the service. Read more: The NationRead More

News

Five dual-track railway lines proposed for quick construction

BANGKOK, June 5 – State Railway of Thailand (SRT) governor Prapas Chongsanguan has called on the National Council for Peace and Order (NCPO) to help speed up the environmental impact assessment for five dual-track railway lines so the projects can be undertaken more quickly. Mr Prapas said he met with the NCPO which inquired about […]Read More

South

Rail lines in South undergo repair work next month

BANGKOK, April 27 – Railway lines will be temporarily closed for repair work next month after some rail tracks were found broken following extensive wear, said the State Railways of Thailand (SRT) governor on Sunday. ‎ SRT governor Prapat Jongsanguan said the southern lines was the next target for track repairs after such work for […]Read More