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2013

August

1st
Taipei City was the first in Taiwan to adopt pay-by-phone parking.
Press conference was held on “time expiring for drivers to apply for reinstatement of their revoked licenses (due to delayed fine payment) after fine payment is made” and “making fine payment is only a finger away".

2nd
Five additional public bike rental stations were set up at the MRT Ximen Station to provide rental services.

7th
Seven additional public bike rental stations were set up to provide rental services, with Emei Parking Tower being one of the locations

9th
Nine additional public bike rental stations were set up to provide rental services, with the MRT Jingmei Station being one of the locations.

10th
Traffic control and improvement for the Taipei Dadaocheng Fireworks Festival were enforced.

14th
Four additional public bike rental stations were set up to provide rental services, with the MRT Yuanshan Station being one of the locations. The total number of the bike rental stations throughout the city broke 100, which was marked by a milestone. “Fully Convenient Travel throughout Taipei City with a Smile” press conference was held at Taipei Expo Park.

16th
Taipei Metropolitan Intra-city and Highway Bus Route Review Committee convened the 58th committee meeting. New Taipei City Government Intra-city Bus Operation Review Committee convened the 18th committee meeting.
Six buses for Route Red 12 and 23 buses for Route 247 were available, all low-floor buses. The buses were operative under the Taipei Joint Bus System.

17th
Two low-floor buses for Route 251 were available. The buses were operative under the Taipei Joint Bus System.

26th
The fifth Taipei Joint Bus System Driving Safety Seminar of 2013 was held.

30th
A pedestrian scramble was implemented at the intersection of Keelung Road and Guangfu S. Road.

31st
Underground parking lot at Song Shan Elementary School became operative.
Completion of lanes that can be shared by bicycles and pedestrians on sidewalks over four meters wide throughout the city.

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  • Updated: 2014/11/14 17:59
  • Reviewed: 2016/11/11 10:33

  • Source: Department of Transportation