My prayers for a map with van stations at victory monument http://christianpfc.blogspot.com/2014/05/vans-at-victory-monument.html have been answered:
http://www.thaivans.com/ (ThaiVans Application Demo)
(ChristianPFC thinks the information would fit onto one page - A4 both sides color - no need for an app, and there is indeed a printed map - see below - but it doesn't have all the information.)
Mapping travel paths - Thai Vans tackle the problem of Victory Monument's zero signage http://www.bangkokpost.com/lifestyle/social-and-lifestyle/592729/mapping-travel-paths
(same article printer friendly)
It's incomplete: no intermediate stops, no line numbers.
Screen shots for the app show prices and time for first and last van (but no frequency), this information is not on the printed map:
Not complete, e.g. vans to Khun Dan Dam and Nang Rong Waterfall in Nakon Nayok province are not listed. I saw line 967 in Nakon Nayok and it's mentioned here:
As far as I can tell from two visits to Victory Monument, there is only one map on display:
from https://goo.gl/j7ms8w which leads to https://www.dropbox.com/s/pzoq3msvz4jjxu0/Victory Monument Van map by ThaiVans.jpg?dl=0
The map is by SmartVC http://www.smartvc.net/vmapvan-bus/ (with map for download as pdf or png, Eng or Thai, but only the van side of the map). I didn't find the bus side as high resolution picture or pdf on the internet, here a photograph:
This company (SmartVC) makes the useful new line maps in buses as well (advertising on the right side not in picture):
There are some other independent maps and websites for buses and vans at Victory Monument:
Vans @ Victory Monument
Minibuses or Vans at Victory Monument
http://www.iamwannee.com/minibuses-or-vans-at-victory-monument/ (in English)
Victory Monument van map (English and Thai)
Thai Language forum about public transport:
While there is still a lot missing, this will be useful as basis once I write a book "Complete guide to land-based public transport in Thailand, Vol. 1 Bangkok, Vol. 2 Provinces, by Dr. ChristianPFC".
(For sake of completeness, I can include boats and airplanes as well.)
Actually Victory Monument is not the only place from where vans leave (but the vast majority do). I know of vans to Suphanburi from near Khao San and vans to Chonburi from Chinatown.
Note on Victory Monument: in Thai it's อนุสาวรีย์ชัยสมรภูมิ Anusawari Chai Samoraphum, most commonly abbreviated to anusawari, but to "sawari" when announcing stop in bus, or "chai samoraphum" on traffic signs.
The obelisk is five-sided, and there are five statues around. There is a fence around and gates are closed, and it would be dangerous to cross the traffic circle. However during political unrest I had chance to get close, and found the inside to be a columbarium.
Picture taken through the Art Deco door in picture above: