1 Taipei City Hall Bus Station was honored with a special award at FIABCI – 2012 Taiwan Real Estate Excellence Award in the Management & Maintenance Category.
Community-based parking management was completed in Datong District’s Hanting Changan Mansion. Parking would be managed by the community committee.
8 To-go tissue packets, printed with the messages that “post offices now accepting overdue traffic tickets and adjudication notices” and “refusal to pay overdue fines will be penalized by law accordingly” were distributed.
10 low-floor buses designated under Southeast Bus No. 207, and 21 low-floor buses designated under Zhinan Bus No. 905 began service.
9 A trial run on backlit-type traffic signals was completed on Chenggong Interchange.
15 18 low-floor buses designated under Metropolitan Bus No. 15 began service.
19 2012 Routine Inspection of Maokong Gondola System Maintenance and Safety Review was held.
20 Doorplate number designations on the road displays of 21 intersections on Neihu District's Wende Road were completed.
22 In keeping with the Ministry of Justice's reinterpretation of administrative law enforcement article 7, administrative enforcement period for collateralized loan obligation (CLO) incurred from traffic violation fines was extended from the original 5 years to 10 years.
23 Designated dragon boat shuttle buses began service for the 2012 Dragon Boat Festival.
26 Department stores across the city kicked off their anniversary sales between September and December; store operators were asked to propose a traffic maintenance plan for review one month before the sale event, in keeping with "Large-scale Outdoor Events Traffic Maintenance Operation in Taipei City."
30 Traffic sign consolidations for the stretch between Yanping North Road Section 1 to 4 was conducted
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