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The Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) project is divided into four stages: immediate (2021-2022), short-term (2023-2027), medium-term (2028-2032) and long-term (2033-2037).
The first phase will involve adding a second track to the existing line and building a high-speed station at Ayutthaya, while the second will add a commercial zone, including shopping centres, offices, hotels, convention centres and housing.
The third phase is aimed at realising the region’s tourist potential with hotels and rental apartments, while the final stage will expand the area’s residential base.
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