Improvements will be made to services operated by the State Railway of Thailand and measures will be introduced to solve the SRT's debt problem as soon as possible, newly appointed SRT governor Prapat Chongsanguan said on Tuesday.
Mr Prapat, whose appointment was endorsed by the cabinet yesterday, said in the next six months improvements will be made to railway station toilets and to provide convenience and security for passengers. The aim was to generate public confidence in the train services.
Train fares would not be increased until services have been improved.
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