Water transport in Bangkok
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- The Chao Phraya Express Boat service is a water bus which carries passengers along the Chao Phraya, regularly serving thirty-four stops from Rat Burana to Nonthaburi.
- Ferries operate at thirty-two crossings of the Chao Phraya within Bangkok, as well as Nonthaburi and Samut Prakan Provinces.
- Long-tail boats serve fifteen regular routes along the Chao Phraya.
- The Khlong Saen Saep boat service travels along Saen Saep Canal, serving twenty-seven stops from Wat Si Bun Rueang to Phan Fa Lilat.
- The Khlong Phra Khanong boat service serves thirteen stops along the Phra Khanong Canal from Iam Sombat to Phra Khanong.
- The Khlong Phasi Charoen boat service travels along Phasi Charoen Canal.
- The Rangsit Canal boat service travels along Rangsit Canal.
- The 5.5 km klong Phadung Krungkasem boat service (old city).
In April 2014, the BMA initiated a trial service of passenger boats along Phasi Charoen Canal. The BMA is also considering developing passenger boat services along twenty-eight other canals following the six-month test run.
- "การเดินทางตามแม่น้ำเจ้าพระยาและลำคลอง (Travel along the Chao Phraya and canals)". Office of Transport and Traffic Policy and Planning website (in Thai). Office of Transport and Traffic Policy and Planning, ministry of Transport. Retrieved 16 January 2012.
- Dolprasit, Kakanan (23 April 2014). เล็งเปิด 28 คลองวิ่งเรือโดยสาร แก้วิกฤตรถติด"เมืองกรุง-ฝั่งธนบุรี" [28 canals eyed for passenger boat service to solve Bangkok-Thonburi congestion crisis] (in Thai) (8547). Khao Sod. Retrieved 25 June 2014.
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