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2013

October

1st
A progressive pricing rate and renewal limits for renting public bikes in Taipei City were implemented.

10th
Six additional public bike rental stations were set up to provide rental services, with the MRT Xinbeitou Station being one of the locations and service covered Beitou District and Neihu District. YouBike are now available in all 12 districts of the city.

13th
Preliminary inspections of the MRT Xinyi Line (from Chiang Kai-shek Memorial Hall Station to Xiangshan Station) were performed.

15th
The paper “Application of ATIS-Development and Prospect of Taipei City ATIS Web" was published during the 2013 ITS World Congress in Tokyo, Japan.

16th
Surface markings were made at locations such as Songshou Road, Yixian Road, Sec. 2 of Keelung Road, Songgao Road and Yanping Temple near the Huanhe Expressway.
A new public bike rental station was set up at the MRT Beitou Station to provide rental services.

18th
Golden Wheel Award and Commendation Ceremony was held for excellent taxi fleets.
2013 Blue Highway Anti-Disaster Drill was held.
The paper “Easy-traffic Information Smart Phone App-Fun Travel in Taipei” was published during the 2013 ITS World Congress in Tokyo, Japan.
The queue-up system for renting YouBike was implemented in Taipei City.

24th
2013 Bus Courtesy Campaign was organized. Passengers completed feedback cards to express their gratitude toward bus drivers. The campaign ended on December 25.

25th
AEDs were set up at off-road public parking facilities at the square in front of the City Hall, Songshan Station, Emei Parking Tower, Bai Ling Senior High School and Daan Forest Park to build a safe parking environment.
Bimonthly passes for off-road public parking facilities in Taipei City were implemented as a trial.
Five public bike rental stations were set up to provide rental services, with the Taipei Bus Station being one of the locations.

28th
Buses for Route 30 operated by Southeast Bus began service.

30th
Penalty criteria by which the Taipei City Government handles violations of Articles 50 and 50-1 of the Mass Rapid Transit Act were amended.

31st
Additional 53 sidewalks were marked. Accumulatively, 198 marked sidewalks were completed, totaling 18 km in length.
Taipei City Traffic Adjudication Office processed 120 applications for the mail-back of drivers’ licenses upon termination of the suspension period.

  • Hit: 516
  • Updated: 2014/11/14 17:57
  • Reviewed: 2016/11/11 10:33

  • Source: Department of Transportation