By The Nation
The move, which is aimed at softening the financial impact of Covid-19, comes ahead of schools reopening on February 1.
Passengers can ask to have their tickets extended at ticket booths from February 1 to July 31, said Keeree Kanjanapas, president of Bangkok Mass Transit System (BTS).
He also asked passengers to cooperate in preventing the spread of the virus by wearing face masks on the Skytrain and checking in via the Thaichana app, BTS Skytrain app or via Line @btsskytrain.
BTS has boosted its rush-hour service to one train every 2 minutes 25 seconds in order to avoid crowding and lessen the Covid-19 risk.