Cities and Urbanization

On the right track: How Bangkok turned an old unused train line into a park

Currently, Bangkok has about 6 square metres of green space per person, but they plan to increase this to 9 square metres. Image: REUTERS/Sukree Sukplang

Rina Chandran

Correspondent, Reuters

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