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2009

November

01
Real-time traffic information has been expanded to include updates from 8 counties and cities in northern Taiwan. The information service is linked to the Fire Department’s “119 real-time case report” system. Other information including those related themed tourism are also displayed. The email message reporting feature is launched.
02
Multimedia kiosks set up at Family Marts begin providing agency collection service for compulsory automobile fuel charges and real-time case closure services. The Taipei Bus Information and Transit System Installation at Songshan Airport is completed; 1,600 sets and 145 intelligent bus stops have been established.
03
The Ministry of Transportation and Communication and agencies at the central government inspects the progress of implementing the 2008 “Roadway Traffic Order and Traffic Safety Improvement Program.” “Safety Management Program for Gravel Trucks” is awarded the second place.
04
The Ministry of Transportation and Communication conducts a yearend inspection and review on the 2008 “Roadway Traffic Order and Traffic Safety Improvement Program.” The Department of Transportation wins second place for its “Safety Management Program for Gravel Trucks.” Motor Vehicles Office is awarded the first place for “Road Supervision and Management.” The Office is also honored with the 2009 “Golden Safety Trophy” for road supervision and management excellence. The Taipei Bus Information and Transit System Installation at Songshan Airport has been completed; 2 solar power systems, community bus stops, surveillance facilities and other hard-/software installations have been set up.
12
“Transparent Road Test Procedures” by the Motor Vehicles Office is honored with an award of outstanding achievement in “the 2009 Administrative Transparency Implementation Program.”
17
Underground parking at Taipei Municipal Yucheng Elementary School is open to public use.
18
Low-floor buses for No. 206 New Yanping Main Line (from Tianmu to Zhonghua Road) under the Taipei Joint Bus System begin service.
27
Improvement on the Taipei City Walking-to-School Commute Program is completed.

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  • Reviewed: 2016/11/11 10:33

  • Source: Department of Transportation