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2014 Major Administrative Plans of Taipei City Department of Rapid Transit System

  1. Mission

    - Construct a safe rapid transit system
    - Pursue user-oriented system features
    - Adhere to high-quality construction

  2. Vision

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

  3. Major Administrative Plans facilitates easy travel in Taipei.

    (1) Songshan Line Construction (Including Common Ducts):
    Continue conducting civil works, utilities and HVAC systems, systemwide integration tests, system stability tests, preliminary and final inspections, and preparations for operation.

    (2) Circular Line Phase I and Tucheng Extension to Dingpu Construction:
    Continue conducting civil works, trackwork, utilities and HVAC systems, E&M systems detailed design, and equipment manufacturing and installation for the Circular line Phase I. Continue conducting E&M systems static and dynamic tests for the Tucheng extension to Dingpu.

    (3) Wanda-Zhonghe-Shulin Line Phase I and Xinyi Eastern Extension Construction:
    Continue conducting civil works tendering and construction as well as E&M systems tendering preparations for the Wanda-Zhonghe-Shulin line Phase I. Continue conducting detailed design, civil works tendering and construction, and additional E&M systems procurement for the Xinyi eastern extension.

    (4) Continue conducting civil works, trackwork, utilities and HVAC systems for Xinzhuang Depot on the Xinzhuang line.

    (5) Taichung MRT Wuri-Wenxin-Beitun Line Construction:
    Continue conducting civil works; E&M systems detailed design, and equipment/facilities procurement and manufacturing.

    (6) Sanchong to Taipei City Section, Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport Line Construction:
    Continue conducting civil works as well as utilities and HVAC systems.

    (7) Commissioned Projects:
    Continue conducting construction management of Taipei Children’s Amusement Park (including ride facilities) and Taipei Performing Arts Center; design and construction management of the Heping Elementary School Basketball Stadium and Taipei City Tennis Sports Center; tendering and construction management of the Taipei Astronomical Museum exhibition hall renovation and special exhibition area expansion.

    (8) Continue conducting feasibility studies, comprehensive plans, financial plans, and environmental impact assessment reports for the Minsheng-Xizhi line, north and south sections of the Circular line, Shezi-Shilin-Beitou light rail transit network, North-South line, Sanying line, and Ankeng line, as well as follow-up of central government reviews.

    (9) Continue implementing MRT land development projects, city-owned land renewal projects entrusted by Taipei City Government, investor solicitation for the land development project on Taipei Main Station District Parcel C1 and the eastern section of Parcel D1, and investor selection for the Circular line Phase I land development project.

    (10) Enhance quality management (including internal control) and implementation of risk management. Strengthen inspections of construction quality and construction management efficiency. Promote management performance of material testing and verification as well as supplier quality assessment. Improve training and inspection of official documents. Promote wide application of electronic and mobile devices. Expedite application of construction management electronic signatures.

  • Hit: 1994
  • Updated: 2014/8/7 16:50
  • Reviewed: 2017/2/10 09:35

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