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Old December 7th, 2016, 12:15 PM   #221
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Taipei metro extension breaks ground
18 Nov 2016



TAIWAN: Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je attended a groundbreaking ceremony for the Xinyi Line East extension on November 7.

The 1·4 km eastern extension from Xiangshan is being built by BES Engineering Corp and Daiho Corp and is expected to cost NT$9bn
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Old December 14th, 2016, 12:25 PM   #222
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Premier wants airport MRT line operational before Spring Festival
12 December 2016
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(CNA) Premier Lin Chuan (林全) has instructed that if possible, he wants to see the new airport mass rapid transit (MRT) line begin commercial operations before the Spring Festival in late January next year.

Lin hopes the airport MRT line will help raise Taiwan Taoyan International Airport -- Taiwan's largest international gateway -- to a higher category in global airport reviews and ratings, Cabinet spokesman Hsu Kuo-yung (徐國勇) said Monday.

Hsu said Lin expects the cumulative number of arrivals and departures at the airport this year to reach 40 million by Christmas this year, a new high that will allow the airport to enter the category of handling over 40 million passengers in global airport ratings.

The premier expects that the long-anticipated airport MRT line becoming operational will help boost passenger traffic at the airport, thanks to its service feature that will allow travelers to check in for flights in advance at Taipei Main Station, according to Hsu.

With this in mind, Lin instructed that the new line should become operational by the Spring Festival, which is the Lunar New Year holiday from Jan. 27 to Feb. 1, Hsu said.
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2016/12/27



Taipei, Dec. 27 (CNA) The first domestically built tram for a light rail transport system has been delivered to Tamsui District and is ready to undergo static and dynamic vehicle tests, the New Taipei Department of Rapid Transit Systems said Tuesday.

Designed and built in Taiwan through a partnership between Hsinchu-based Taiwan Rolling Stock Co. (TRSC) and Germany's Voith Engineering Services, the tram was set onto tracks for the first time near Danhai New Township on Tuesday morning

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INTERVIEW: Taoyuan mayor touts benefits of MRT line

Taoyuan Mayor Cheng Wen-tsan spoke with ‘Liberty Times’ (sister paper of the ‘Taipei Times’) reporter Wen Chun-hua about the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport MRT system and the effect it is likely to have on the three cities it connects. Cheng said the system will spur the development of real estate and industry, as well as ‘bringing the nearly 9 million people of Taipei, New Taipei City and Taoyuan within an hour of each other’ when it starts operations

Liberty Times (LT): About NT$113.8 billion (US$3.53 billion) has been spent on the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) system, which has been marred by controversy, including six missed deadlines. Where do you think the crux of the problem lies?

Cheng Wen-tsan (鄭文燦): Work on the planning stage of the airport MRT began as early as 1996 when it was decided that it would be built as a build-operate-transfer (BOT) project, with Ever Transit International Co (長生國際開發) winning the contract bid. Financing problems resulted in constant delays, and in 2002, the Bureau of High Speed Rail ended its relationship with Ever Transit, turning the system into a publicly funded project.

The Legislative Yuan then contracted work out to the bidder with the lowest cost proposal, with Japan’s Marubeni Corp and Kawasaki Heavy Industries winning a joint bid for the project.

After construction began in 2006, the section of track between Sanchong Station and Taipei Main Station was changed to an underground track, pushing back the estimated time of completion. Adding to this, the cost of materials and property increased and initial cost estimates caused incessant disputes between Marubeni and its subcontractors.

There were problems with the quality of the signaling system and this delayed progress on network testing. This, combined with substandard construction materials, resulted in the six delays.

Marubeni’s contract with the bureau was found to be illegal and a fine of NT$2.5 billion was imposed.

After I took office I learned of all the problems marring the project and realized we were not able to immediately solve them. The greatest responsibility lies with Marubeni, who won the contract with the lowest-cost bid, but along with its subcontractors produced a sub-par system. The bureau, which was supposed to be supervising the project, as well as Sinotech Engineering consultants, who were supposed to be overlooking construction, are also responsible for the delays.

LT: Have appropriate solutions to these disputes been found?

Cheng: The bureau since 2013 has known that operations would be delayed, as the overall network tests, pre-revenue service running tests and stability tests together produced 4,822 anomalies since that time. By November 2015, the system was still only running at 70 percent operational readiness, which in practical terms means six hours of delays out of a day’s 19 hours of operation.

Then-premier Mao Chi-kuo (毛治國) suggested to the Ministry of Transportation and Communications that the system be put into operation with a reduced number of trains running at lower speed, but to do so would have meant lowering standards and helping contractors cover up their errors. The city government’s hands were tied, all I could do was criticize the ministry for helping the contractors hide their mess and handing a crippled network to the city — this is very irresponsible.

Previous systems tests revealed three core problems with the airport MRT.

The first was that the signaling system would randomly go offline leaving the control room with no way to determine a train’s location — the train would become a ‘ghost train.’ When that happens an emergency braking system is engaged to prevent the possibility of collisions.

The second core problem was that from 2011 until last year the steel wheels have not been regularly grinding against tracks as you would see with operational trains, so the wheels are misshapen. The trains have also accumulated residue from lack of use and high levels of humidity, meaning that trains are unable to stop when entering stations.

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Old January 11th, 2017, 05:46 PM   #225
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Jan. 11, 2017
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No holiday travel on airport line
BAD IDEA: Hochen Tan said that letting people traveling abroad ride on the new line during the Lunar New Year holiday would expose them to uncertain service quality

The MRT line between Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport and Taipei Main Station is unlikely to be used during its trial run to transport Lunar New Year holiday travelers, as both the metropolitan railway’s operator and passengers would be exposed to too much uncertainty, the Ministry of Transportation and Communications said yesterday.

Taoyuan Metro Corp, the operator of the airport MRT line, has been addressing 41 minor issues that were identified after it completed a final inspection last month required by the Mass Rapid Transit Act (大眾捷運法), the ministry said, adding that the company would submit a plan to the ministry this week to launch a trial run after correcting the issues.

When asked if the system could be used to transport people traveling abroad during the Lunar New Year holiday, which could coincide with the trial run, Minister of Transportation and Communications Hochen Tan (賀陳旦) said he did not think that would be a good idea.

“I would not expect the airport MRT line to be used to transport Lunar New Year holiday travelers to the airport. The operators would face tremendous pressure if given such a task, while users could be exposed to uncertain service quality,” Hochen said.

He said that he agreed with Taoyuan Metro’s proposed plan to only accept group reservations and not activate a baggage check-in system at Taipei Main Station during the system’s trial run.
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Old January 19th, 2017, 02:49 PM   #226
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Jan. 19, 2017
Double-decker bus service for tourists debuts
Taipei Times with CNA Excerpt



A “hop-on, hop-off” double-decker bus service, the first of its kind in Taiwan, hit the road in Taipei yesterday, allowing tourists to visit major attractions in the capital in four hours for NT$300.

The bus, painted red, is equipped with mobile phone chargers, free Wi-Fi and audio tour guide services in Mandarin, English, Japanese and Korean, available via an app, the Taipei City Government said.

There are 47 seats on the upper deck — 10 sheltered and 37 open — and nine other seats, as well as one for passengers with disabilities on the lower level, it said.

During a launch ceremony, Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) said that he hopes the service would give tourists a different perspective on Taipei.

There are six types of tickets: A four-hour ticket costs NT$300, a ticket valid during the daytime costs NT$500, a nighttime ticket costs NT$400, a full-day ticket costs NT$700 and a two-day ticket costs NT$1,200.

Passengers with disabilities, seniors (Taiwanese) and young children are entitled to a 50 percent discount on the fares.

Two circular routes, a “blue” one traveling north--south and a “red” one traveling east-west, starting from Taipei Railway Station and covering about 20km will be available, the city government said.

It takes about 1 hour and 50 minutes to complete either route, but passengers can get on and get off on either route an unlimited number of times as long as their tickets remain valid. The eight buses that ply the two routes run every 30 to 40 minutes.

The blue route, which operates between 9:10am and 4:20pm, takes passengers to sites such as Ximending (西門町), the Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, the Shilin Official Residence and the National Palace Museum.

The red route, which runs from 9am to 10pm, mainly travels through downtown with stops including Daan Forest Park (大安森林公園), Taipei 101 and nearby shopping areas, and Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall.
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I really hope this is successful. Ke P gets a lot of stick for things that are out of his control or for being perceived to not be spending money on big projects (because he's trying to clean up a mess that was left for him). I saw three of these buses at Taipei main yesterday evening and they were mostly empty. I'm hoping that's just because it'd January and it was 18:30 at night, it's not exactly peak tourist time.
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Airport MRT to start trial run on Feb. 2: Cheng
Thu, Jan 26, 2017



GRACE PERIOD:Tickets for the airport line will be half price for one month after its official launch in March. Normal rates will apply starting on April 2

The trial operation of the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) line is to begin on Thursday next week, with the official launch scheduled for March 2, Taoyuan Mayor Cheng Wen-tsan (鄭文燦) said yesterday

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Feb. 03, 2017
Airport MRT line begins test run, offers free rides
Taipei Times with CNA Excerpt

The Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) line began trial runs yesterday, with free rides being offered to the public in two phases over the course of one month before commercial operations begin on March 2, Taoyuan Metro Corp said.

In the first phase, which is to run through Feb. 15, group passengers who apply in advance are to be allowed to travel for free between 8am and 4pm, the company said

During this phase, passengers are to be restricted to boarding and disembarking at only six of the 21 stations, which do not include the two stations serving Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, it added.

The six stations are Taipei Main Station (A1), New Taipei Industrial Park Station (A3), Linkou Chang Gung Memorial Hospital Station (A8), Shanbi Station (A10), Taoyuan High Speed Rail Station (A18) and Huanbei Station (A21), or north link, the company said.

In the second phase, which is to start on Feb. 15 and run through March 1, a daily maximum of 40,000 free rides between 8am and 4pm will be offered to individual passengers who obtain numbered tags at the stations at 7:40am, 9:40am, 11:40am and 1:40pm, the company said, adding that passengers will have access to all 21 stations during this phase.

Although luggage check-in services for airport passengers will be available at Taipei Main Station during the second phase, outbound passengers are advised not to use it until the line’s commercial operations begin on March 2.

The first trial run traveled from Huanbei Station to Taipei Main Station, with Taoyuan Mayor Cheng Wen-tsan (鄭文燦) and Taoyuan City Council Speaker Chiu Yi-sheng (邱奕勝) leading about 160 local officials and residents aboard the new train.
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Double-decker bus service for tourists debuts
Taipei Times with CNA Excerpt



A “hop-on, hop-off” double-decker bus service, the first of its kind in Taiwan, hit the road in Taipei yesterday, allowing tourists to visit major attractions in the capital in four hours for NT$300.

The bus, painted red, is equipped with mobile phone chargers, free Wi-Fi and audio tour guide services in Mandarin, English, Japanese and Korean, available via an app, the Taipei City Government said.

There are 47 seats on the upper deck — 10 sheltered and 37 open — and nine other seats, as well as one for passengers with disabilities on the lower level, it said.

During a launch ceremony, Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) said that he hopes the service would give tourists a different perspective on Taipei.

There are six types of tickets: A four-hour ticket costs NT$300, a ticket valid during the daytime costs NT$500, a nighttime ticket costs NT$400, a full-day ticket costs NT$700 and a two-day ticket costs NT$1,200.

Passengers with disabilities, seniors (Taiwanese) and young children are entitled to a 50 percent discount on the fares.

Two circular routes, a “blue” one traveling north--south and a “red” one traveling east-west, starting from Taipei Railway Station and covering about 20km will be available, the city government said.

It takes about 1 hour and 50 minutes to complete either route, but passengers can get on and get off on either route an unlimited number of times as long as their tickets remain valid. The eight buses that ply the two routes run every 30 to 40 minutes.

The blue route, which operates between 9:10am and 4:20pm, takes passengers to sites such as Ximending (西門町), the Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall, the Shilin Official Residence and the National Palace Museum.

The red route, which runs from 9am to 10pm, mainly travels through downtown with stops including Daan Forest Park (大安森林公園), Taipei 101 and nearby shopping areas, and Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall.
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Mar. 05, 2017
Foundation slams airport MRT
UP TO STANDARD : The Bureau of High Speed Rail has dismissed claims the airport line needs improvements, saying that it meets fire and platform safety regulations
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The Consumers’ Foundation on Friday listed five items that need improvement on the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) line, after it began commercial operations on Thursday.

Foundation inspectors used the MRT line during its trial period and recommended that changes be made to ticket prices, signage, station and carriage safety, baggage check-in services and fire safety, it said.

Consumers’ Foundation chairman Yu Kai-hsiung (游開雄) said ticket prices for direct and local train services are NT$160, but local train ticket prices should be reduced to between NT$100 and NT$120.

The foundation said that passengers transferring to the Taipei MRT should be given a discount so that the new line not only serves airport traffic, but encourages people who live nearby to use the MRT to commute.

Signs in Taipei Main Station to the new line are not clear enough, the foundation said, adding that electronic signs like those used in Taipei MRT stations could be installed to improve clarity.

The gap between the carriage and the platform at Airport Terminal 1 station was up to 7cm and could be dangerous, it said.

Baggage check-in services are limited to Taipei Main Station, but should be offered at more stations, the foundation said.
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Tram-train system to span 19 kilometers and have 9 stations: MOTC
2017/03/17 22:33:56



Taipei, March 17 (CNA) A new tram-train system that will be constructed to link Keelung City and Taipei's Nangang District will likely span 19 kilometers and have nine stations, the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) said Friday.

The system will use the Taiwan Railway Administration's (TRA) existing tracks and stations, MOTC Railway Reconstruction Bureau Secretary-General Wen Tai-hsin (溫代欣) said during his briefing with President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) on the proposed tram project

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