Yellow Line service suspended after parts fall onto street

Yellow Line service suspended after parts fall onto street

Next incident involving a monorail program following a wheel fall in January

Yellow Line service suspended after parts fall onto street
On its record above Srinagarindra Road on Thursday night, a Golden Line station is stalled. ( Photo: @vissnup X account )

After some parts of the track collided in an accident that damaged several vehicles, with no injuries reported, the Metropolitan Rapid Transit ( MRT ) Yellow Line’s service was suspended from Thursday morning until midnight.

Operator of the autonomous coach, Eastern Bangkok Monorail Co Ltd, reported that portions of the wire rail had been removed from the monitor between the Kalantan and Si Udom channels.

Nine vehicles and three motorcycles, or at least 12 vehicles, were discovered damaged by the falling road parts.

The Golden Line’s social media channels just announced that the company had to be suspended at all channels because the business is “attempting to handle a problem.” Eventually, the Ministry of Transportation ordered the company to be suspended until evening, according to local media reports.

The suspension was in effect before 9 a.m. because riders were using the range during rush hour to get to function. Team members were seen assisting individuals as they walked along the trail as a train was ordered to stop between the channels.

During the strange knowledge of walking along the track, some people took the chance to take photos and videos.

On social media, photographs of some of the fallen pieces were also shared.

Between Lat Phrao and Samrong, the Golden Series rail travels. The company was launched in July of last year.

Thursday’s event was the next mishap&nbsp, on the rail structure, from which a vehicle tumbled on Jan 2 and struck a vehicle on the road below. &nbsp,

In response, a replacement of the ball-bearings on all Golden Series trains was ordered in order to ensure public safety.

A portion of wire bridge on the Pink Line rail broke free from its frame and fell onto a street in January, causing damage to some parked cars along Tiwanon Road in Nonthaburi.

North Bangkok Monorail Co. is the Pink Line’s operator. The organization and Eastern Bangkok Monorail are subsidiaries of BSR JV Consortium, a cooperative venture between three large SET- listed companies: BTS Group Holdings, with a 75 % shareholding, Sino- Thai Engineering and Construction, and Ratch Group, a main power producer.

A man holds a piece of track technology that was thrown from the Golden Collection on Thursday, causing service to be halted. ( Photo: @vissnup X account )