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2017 Major Administrative Plans Taipei City Department of Rapid Transit Systems

  1. Mission
    - Construct a world-class rapid transit system.

  2. Vision

    Construct a high-quality and efficient rapid transit system that facilitates easy travel in Taipei.


  3. Major Administrative Plans

    (1)Continue conducting the projects involving civil works, utilities and HVAC systems, and E&M systems tendering for the Wanda-Zhonghe-Shulin line Phase I; conducting civil works, and E&M systems tendering and design review for the Xinyi eastern extension.

    (2)Continue implementing the projects involving civil works, tracks, utilities and HVAC systems, and E&M systems detail design, equipment manufacturing, deliveries, on-site installation and testing for the Circular line Phase I.

    (3)Continue conducting the projects involving civil works, tracks, utilities and HVAC systems, exiting equipment tests and additional equipment purchases of E&M systems for Xinzhuang Depot on the Xinzhuang line; implementing management of additional MRT entrance construction and elevator installation for Jiantan Station on the Tamsui line, additional MRT entrance construction for Beitou Station, elevator installation for Zhongxiao Xinsheng Station, and escalator installation for Guting Station.

    (4)Continue conducting basic design and preliminary construction surveying for the Circular line North Section & South Section, and basic design for the Wanda-Zhonghe-Shulin line Phase II.

    (5)Continue conducting comprehensive planning for the Minsheng-Xizhi line, Circular line North Section & South Section, and revised financial planning for the Wanda-Zhonghe-Shulin line Phase II as well as follow-ups of central government reviews; feasibility studies for the Eastern Taipei North-South rail system, and Shezi, Shilin, Beitou light rail transit network.

    (6)Continue implementing land acquisition for the Wanda-Zhonghe-Shulin line Phase I and Xinyi eastern extension; investor solicitation for the MRT land development projects including Taipei Main Station District Parcel C1 and the eastern part of Parcel D1, and the city-owned land renewal projects (commissioned work).

    (7)Continue conducting the building permit application review and patrol operations along Taipei MRT system in compliance with the regulations of “Building Restriction along MRT Facilities” in order to ensure the safety of MRT facilities.

    (8)Continue conducting the projects involving the civil works, tracks, utilities and HVAC systems, and E&M systems equipment manufacturing, deliveries, on-site installation and tests for the Taichung MRT Wuri-Wenxin-Beitun line.

    (9)Commissioned Projects: Continue conducting the commissioned projects on the construction management of Taipei Performing Arts Center, the 2017 Taipei Universiade Stadium (including the Heping Elementary School Basketball Stadium, and Taipei City Tennis Sports Center), the Taipei Astronomical Museum exhibition hall renovation and special exhibition area expansion; Daan Elderly Service & Day Care Center, and Beitou Qiyang Elderly LOHAS Building.

    (10)Enhance quality management (including an internal control system) and implementation of risk management; strengthen inspections of construction management and construction quality of the contractors; promote management performance of material testing and verification as well as supplier quality assessments; implement the strategic map operation, and strengthen the document aging control; promote the transmission and learning of MRT technology, and cultivate core technology professionals..

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  • Updated: 2017/3/3 10:24
  • Reviewed: 2017/3/3 10:24

  • Source: Department of Rapid Transit Systems, Taipei City Government
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