Bangkok Transport impressions 111

Mochit

Bangkok Northern Bus Terminal, also known as Mo Chit Bus Station, Mo Chit Mai, New Mo Chit, Mo Chit 2 and Chatuchak Bus Terminal, is a bus station located in the north of the city center, close to Chatuchak Weekend Market on Kamphaeng Phet 2 Road in Chatuchak District, Bangkok.

It’s the terminal for the city busroutes A1, 3, 16, 49, 77, 96, 104, 134, 138, 145, 157, 70, 509, 517 and 536. Along the Phahonyothin Road near the Chatuchak Market entrance not less than 37 bus routes has their stop.

6791 Phahonyothin Road, bus stop Mochit. Bus on route 77, Mochit 2 bus depot – Sathu Pradit bus depot. Duration for this route is approximately 60 minutes. On the left Skytrain station Mochit. 27 February 2020.

6792 Bus 1-70354 on route 59, Sanam Luang – Rangsit bus depot. Phahonyothin Road, bus stop Mochit. Route 59 (24-hours service) has 76 stops and the total trip duration for this route is approximately 93 minutes. 27 February 2020.

6795 Bus 5-70050 on route 136, Mochit 2 – Klong Toey bus depot. Pahonyothin Road, bus stop Mochit. February 2020.

6796 Bus driver bus 5-70050 on route 136, Mochit 2 – Klong Toey bus depot. Phahonyothin Road, bus stop Mochit. February 2020.

6797 Bus 7-3044 on route 134, Bua Tong Keha Village – Mochit 2. Partly following the route of one of the old Bangkok interurbans, the ban Buathong Railway (the name Ban Buathong still in use, see the front window!)

Route134 has 56 stops and the total trip duration for this route is approximately 78 minutes. A nice trip through the quite new western suburbs of Bangkok.

Phahonyothin Road, bus stop Mochit. February 2020.

6798 Sai 134 (=route 134. Phahonyothin Road, bus stop Mochit. February 2020.

6799 Bus 7-55075 on route 63. Victory Monument – Nakhon In bus depot. Phahonyothin Road, bus stop Mochit. February 2020.

6801 Bus on route 8, No.8 buses run on a 30-kilometre route from Happy Land (or Keha Rom Klao) in Bang Kapi district to the Memorial Bridge (Saphan Phut Bus Terminal). A dangerous line to travel with. (Newspaper: The BMTA has warned operators of “scary” No. 8 buses to improve services and ensure passengers’ safety or lose their licences after a series of complaints of speeding and crashes).

Phahonyothin Road, bus stop Mochit. February 2020.

6803 Sai (Busroute) 8. Phahonyothin Road, bus stop Mochit. February 2020.

6804 The staff from the ‘ famous’ route 8. Phahonyothin Road, bus stop Mochit. February 2020.

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