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Here's what Suvarnabhumi Airport's Sky Lane will look like when it reopens

Seven months in the making. 

By Bonnie Sananvatananont | May 08, 2017

  • Here's what Suvarnabhumi Airport's Sky Lane will look like when it reopens
    Sky Lane. Credit: Airports of Thailand

It's been almost a month now since Suvhanabhumi Airport's 23.5km bike lane, Sky Lane, closed down for another phase of renovations.

Set to reopen again in mid-November, the lane will boast improvements including additional bike lanes to welcome more cyclists and reduce risk of accidents, a bigger carpark that can hold 3,500 cars along with a direct path from the carpark to the bike lanes, more rest stops along the lane and improved quality of the jogging tracks.

There also promises to be more medical stops, as well as a health clinic from Samitivej Hospital, an indoor "Bike Center," complete with a food court, bike equipment and repair stores, convenience stores and several commercial shops.

Check out the photos below for a glimpse of what's in store: 

Credit: Airports of Thailand

Credit: Airports of Thailand

Credit: Airports of Thailand

Credit: Airports of Thailand

Credit: Airports of Thailand
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