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April 01, 2020

K7bln Myanmar-Thai border bus station 25% complete

Workers are seen at the construction site of Myanmar-Thailand border highway bus station in Myawady. Photo: Htain Lin Aung

The Myanmar-Thailand border highway bus station in Myawady Town, named the Sein Lei Myaing bus stop, which is being built at a cost of K7 billion, is 25 per cent complete.
The terminal is being constructed near Ayethukha Village at a distance of 3 kilometers from Myawady Town, Kayin State, under the project launched in September, 2018.
“The project has been undertaken with a K7billion budget, with the permission of the Kayin State Hluttaw, and it is expected to be completed in April, 2021. Earlier, there were no bus terminals, and Myawady Town faced traffic problems daily. Therefore, we commenced the K7-billion modern highway bus station project in Myawady Town. Once the highway construction project is completed, we plan to launch an apartment project with an instalment payment system for residents,” said U Myo Win Than, the managing director of the Sein Lei Myaing highway bus station project.
The bus station will include 53 buildings for large vehicles and 50 buildings for small vehicles, and is being developed on 9 acres of land. — Htain Lin Aung (IPRD)
(Translated by La Wonn)

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