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Progress in Transport Infrastructure Development. a s December 2010. Road Transport. Mae Sai. GMS Road Projects in Thailand. Chiang Khong. Chiang Rai. Pha Yao. Lampang. Uttaradit. North-South. Sukhothai. Phitsanulok. Mae Sot. Kalasin.

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Mae Sai

GMS Road Projects in Thailand

Chiang Khong

Chiang Rai

Pha Yao

Lampang

Uttaradit

North-South

Sukhothai

Phitsanulok

Mae Sot

Kalasin

R3: Chiang Rai - Kunming Road Improvement via Myanmar and Lao PDR

Tak

Mukdaharn

Khon Kaen

Chachaengsao

Sa Kaeo

Aranyaprathet

East-West

Bangkok

Laem Chabang

R2: Myanmar - Thailand - Lao PDR - Viet Nam (East - West Corridor) Project

Rayong

Chanthaburi

Trat

Southern

R1: Bangkok - Phnom Penh - Ho Chi Minh City - Vung Tau Road Improvement Project

R10: Southern Coastal Corridor Project

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1. North – South Economic Corridor (R3)

Mae Sai

Chiang Khong

Chiang Rai

Pha Yao

  • Thailand – Lao PDR – PRC (R3E)
  • Road
  • Bangkok – Chiang Rai (830 km) – 4-lane or more
  • Chiang Rai – Chiang Khong – 2-lane highway, Plan to
  • (115 km) widen to 4-lane
  • in next 5 years
  • In Lao PDR (228 km) – Completed (Co-financing
  • Thailand + ADB + PRC)
  • Bridge
  • Mekong Bridge - TA (by ADB) completed
  • at Chiang Khong - Thailand & PRC share the
  • construction cost
  • - Detailed design (DD) completed
  • in June 2008 with a grant from
  • Thailand.
  • - Construction period2010 – 2012.

Lampang

Uttaradit

Phitsanulok

Bangkok

  • Thailand – Myanmar – PRC (R3W)
  • Road
  • Bangkok – Mae Sai (890km) - 4-lane or more
  • New Mae Sai Bypass (8km) - Completed (April 2007)
  • Bridge
  • Second International Bridge across Sai River – Completed
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R3Chiang Rai - Kunming Road ProjectviaMyanmar and Lao PDR

Kunming

CHINA

1,200 Kms

Jinghong

R3W

R3E

MYANMAR

Luang Namtha

Kengtung

Mae Sai

LAO PDR

Houei Sai

Chiang Rai

THAILAND

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2. The East-West Economic Corridor Project

[Viet Nam - Lao PDR - Thailand – Myanmar]

HAI VAN PASS TUNNEL

Haivan Pass Tunnel

Nakhon Phnom-Khammouane Bridge

Myanmar

Sukothai

Pa-an

Dansavan/

Lao Boa

Tak

Dong Ha

A. Lomsak

Seno

Khon Kaen

Yangon

Phitsanulok

Mywaddy

Mae Sot

Mawalamyine

A. Chumpae

Maung Pin

Danang

Mukdaharn/

Savannaket

Kalasin

Lao PDR

Thailand

Vietnam

Mottama Bridge

2nd Friendship Bridge

Cambodia

  • Danang Port

Thanlwin Bridge

Existing 2-lane Highways Upgraded 2-lane Highways

Upgraded 4-lane Highways (323 km.) Under upgrading to 4-lane Highways (149.373 km.)

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Mae Sot/Myawaddy -Thingannyinaung (Dawna Range) 17.35 km.

Completed in June 2006

Foot of Dawna range

THAILAND

Mae sot

Myawaddy

Thingannyinaung

Myawaddy/Mae Sot

Existing road

New Alignment

Kawkareik

Thingannyinaung – Kawkareik 28 km.

- D/D completed in October 2008

- Construction budget approved, Exchange of Note under preparation between Thailand and Myanmar

3 southern economic corridor r1 bangkok phnom penh ho chi minh city vung tau
3. Southern Economic CorridorR1 : Bangkok - Phnom Penh - Ho Chi Minh City - Vung Tau

Bangkok

Aranyaprathet

Siem Reap

Phnom Penh

Ho Chi Minh City

  • Total Length 1,000 Km.
    • Thailand = 300 Km.
    • Cambodia = 570 Km.
    • Viet Nam = 140 Km.

Vung Tau

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Thailand Section: Bangkok - Aranyaprathet

Nakhon Nayok

33

Kabin Buri

Prachin Buri

305

Rangsit

Sa Keaw

304

33

304

359

PhanomSarakham

Bangkok

Aranyaprathet

Remark:

4 - lane Highways

2 - lane Highways

Upgraded 4 - lane Highways

New 2 – lane Highways (Completed)

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R10: Bangkok – Trat – Koh Kong – Sre Amble – Ca Mau

  • Thailand
  • Bangkok – Trat (290 km) - 4-lane highways
  • Trat – Hat Lek (89 km) - Next 5-year widening plan
  • - Under widening to 4 lanes
  • (32.725km.)
  • Cambodia
  • Koh Kong – Sre Amble (151 km) - Thailand’s assistance
  • + 4 major bridges
  • (Construction of the road and the bridges completed
  • and officially opened on 14 May 2008)

Bangkok

Laem Chabang

Rayong

Trat

Chanthaburi

Hat Lek

4 lanes or more

Under widening to 4 - lane

Plan to widen to 4 lanes

2 lanes

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Northern Linkage

Nakhon Sawan

Uthai Thani

Eastern Linkage

Bangkok

Chai Nat

Chon Buri

Sing Buri

ESB

Southern Linkage

Ang Thong

Pattaya

Rayong

Ban Pong

Chanta Buri

Bangkok

Bang Pa-In

Samut Songkhram

Samut Sakhon

Trat

Chon Buri

Pak Tho

Phetchaburi

Bangkok

Cha-am

Road Development in Thailand Supporting to GMS Program

Remark:

4 - lane Highways

Upgraded 8 - lane Highways

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Rail Transport

Route Alternatives for SKRL Project

1. Singapore – Malaysia – Bangkok – Aranyaprathet – Cambodia – Vietnam – China

7

4

2. Singapore – Malaysia – Bangkok – Three Pagodas Pass – Myanmar – China

3

5

3. Singapore – Malaysia – Bangkok – Nong Khai – Lao PDR – Vietnam – China

6

2

1

4. Singapore – Malaysia – Bangkok – Nong Khai – Lao PDR – China

5. Singapore – Malaysia – Bangkok – Ubon Ratchathani – Lao PDR – Vietnam – China

6. Singapore – Malaysia – Bangkok – Bua Yai – Mukdaharn – Lao PDR – Vietnam - China

7. Singapore – Malaysia – Bangkok – Chiang Rai – Chiang Khong/Houy Sai – Lao PDR – China

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3. Singapore – Malaysia – Bangkok – NongKhai – Lao PDR – Vietnam – China

Thailand – Lao PDR Railway link ::

1. Thanaleng –Nongkhai 3.5 km. ( Funded by Thai Government : 30% grant and 70% soft loan) is completed and the opening ceremony was held on 5 March 2009.

Thanaleng

Nongkhai

2. Thanaleng-Vientiane Railway Extension : the detailed design work was completed in May 2010 (9 million baht granted by Government of Thailand). The estimated investment costs is 1,650 million baht approximately and now under consideration for assistance contract between NEDA of Thailand and LRA of Lao PDR.

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WaterTransport

Chiang Saen Port

SOUTH ASIA

Dawei

MIDDLE EAST,

EUROPE,…

JAPAN,

CHINA

PACIFIC,

USA,…

On-going Improvement/Development Project

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Completed construction in 2003 by Marine Department

Accommodate 8 vessels of 25-meter long simultaneously

Managed by the Port Authority of Thailand

Chiang Sean I Port

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Location of Chiang Sean II Port

Myanmar

Golden Triangle

Lao PDR

Chiang Sean Port

Chiang Khong

R3A

Chiang Saen II Port

development plan of chiang saen ii port

Mekong River

Development plan of Chiang Saen II Port

Flood Plain

Birth with Ramp (N)

Birth with Ramp (S)

Flood way

Quay Wall

Port Office

Kok River

laem chabang port
LaemChabang Port

Operation Programme for Phase 2 Development (Phase II)

the development of dawei deep seaport
Thai company and Myanmar Port Authority signed contract to develop the Dawei Deep Sea Port Project, PDA has been approved.The Development of Dawei Deep Seaport
  • MOU between Thailand and Myanmar on the Development of Dawei Deep Seaport and Road link to Bangkok (signed on 19 May 2008 at Singapore).
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Commercial Navigation Agreement signed on 20 April

2000 in Myanmar

Official inauguration on 6 June

2001 in PRC

The 9th JCCCN meeting during 10-11 August 2010 discussed possible alternatives to conduct survey on the need for improvement and maintenance of Lancang-Mekong River and all parties will report the outcomes of the domestic consultation on the proposed alternatives at the next JCCCN meeting.

The Emergency Plan to Handle and Coordinate the Navigation-related Unexpected Accidents on the Lancang-Mekong River among China, Laos, Myanmar and Thailand has been signed during the Sixteenth ASEAN Transport Ministers Meeting on November 2010 in Brunei.

Jinghong

Improvement and Maintenance of Navigation Channel along the Lancang-Mekong River

PRC

Myanmar

Vietnam

ChaingTung

LaoPDR

ChiangSaen

MaeSai

ChiangKhong

ChiangRai

Thailand

LuangPhabang

HuayKhon

(Nan)

ChiangMai

promoting the gms cbta
Completed:

1 Training the Trainer workshop.

1 Seminar to distribute GMS CBTA details to relevant officials and Transport Operators .

Promoting the GMS CBTA
  • Ongoing:
  • Training local authorities that have duties relevant to cross-border activities at border province.