Expert team “must check Yellow Line”

Expert team "must check Yellow Line"

The Golden Line incident investigations that have been taking place since Thursday have been ruled out by the Thailand Consumers Council (TCC).

Dr Anuchar Sethasathien, president of the TCC’s travel and automobile sub- committee, said separate experts, the Rail Transport Department and Consumer Protection Board really been among those examining the incidents.

Dr. Anuchar convened a meeting to discuss payment options for the impacted people. Additionally, he wants any balances to handle both the rail traffic system and steps to stop future incidents.

In the event of road system malfunctions, certain transfer instructions should be put in place for commuters, he said, along with regular drills to ensure prompt responses. He emphasized the importance of including these details in the upcoming rail design contract to stop similar situations from occurring again.

Chalie Charoenlarpnopparut, a part of the sub- commission, said an investigation may determine the cause of the situations.

As the rail operator continued to manage the situations that have affected services, six facilities along the Golden Line were temporarily closed yesterday. According to a notice posted on the MRT Yellow Line Twitter page, teach routines for service between the Lat Phrao and Si Kritha channels and Si Iam to Samrong channels were being changed.

Six channels– Hua Mak, Kalantan, Si Nut, Srinakarin 38, Suan Luang Rama IX and Si Udom– are partially closed, the recognize said. At Lat Phrao place, passengers were advised to shift railways in order to go to Si Kritha.

Following a separate incident on Thursday where components fell from the trail between the Kalantan and Si Udom stations, the rail of the Metropolitan Rapid Transit Authority resumed its restricted solutions on Friday. While many cars were damaged, no wounds were reported.

An initial investigation revealed that a finger plate installed on the rail expansion joint had slipped, causing the plate and other debris to fall, according to Eastern Bangkok Monorail Co Ltd ( EBM ), the Yellow Line’s operator. With changes to the station frequencies, support resumed on Friday. However, the series experienced another difficulty soon after, when a record switch on the program malfunctioned, causing a power outage at the Hua Mak station.