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Why does the BTS Skytrain breakdown?


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I normally wait a couple of minutes max at the platform during rush hour, but just had to wait about 10 minutes. I looked down the track and the train was not even at the station before the station I got on at yet.

 

This got me thinking, what are some reasons the BTS Skytrain is delayed and breaks down?

 

Sadly some people fall sick occasionally which is totally natural, but mechanically how can a skytrain that simply runs on electricity break down? (I am genuinely curious here, not trolling).

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If you want a country where everything works, you have chosen the wrong one. To answer your question: an uneducated population that doesn't want to take responsibility for anything, coupled with

BTS is a mess ! Utter shambles  failed outlived it's time 

For the same reasons any complex system fails.   Just how "simple" do you think the BTS (or MRT) really is?  

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7 minutes ago, pixelaoffy said:

BTS is a mess ! Utter shambles  failed outlived it's time 

Spend a few months taking the KL Monorail and you'll come crawling back..

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18 hours ago, allane said:

If you want a country where everything works, you have chosen the wrong one.

To answer your question: an uneducated population

Have you read the OP? 

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8 hours ago, tonray said:

Spend a few months taking the KL Monorail and you'll come crawling back..

Or CityRail in Sydney !

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