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Mail-back of Drivers’ Licenses upon termination of the suspension period was provided. People can apply in advance for the service in written forms.
Sign up for the traffic safety promotion campaign “coming-of-age ceremony for 18-year-old citizens” began.
Dragon boat shuttle buses were available on June 8, 9 and 12.
Trial configuration of solar energy bus waiting booths in partnership with Rotary Club of Taipei Longmen and rehab buses donation press conference was held.
Priority buses operated by the Metropolitan Bus stopped services.
2013 Routine Inspections of Maokong Gondola System Maintenance and Safety was held.
Trial rental services of CCTVs began at 30 places. The cameras became operative on the same date.
The third Taipei Joint Bus System Driving Safety Seminar of 2013 was held.
Two additional public bike rental stations were set up at the intersection of Jiuquan Street and Yanping N. Road, with services covered Datong District.
Three buses for Route 612 were available, two for Route 552, two for Route Brown 10 and four for Route 32, all low-floor buses. The buses were operative under the Taipei Joint Bus System.
In coordination with the new penalty system for drunk driving that came into force on June 13, 20 taxi service providers throughout the city were available to provide the designated driving service at 0800-055850.
Solar flashing traffic warning lights were set up. The nighttime alerts help maintain driving safety in lanes and alleys. As of the end of June 30, 2013, a total of 115 of these lights had been installed.
Installation of signs for the Neihu Living Perimeter was completed.