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  • Hou inspects Sanying Line, calls for better quake resistance

    The latest on the Sanying Line in New Taipei City: Mayor Hou Yu-ih emphasizes earthquake safety enhancements, aiming for a stronger design than the current capability to withstand a magnitude 6 quake. With 76% of construction complete, the line is set to open in the first half of 2026, connecting Sanxia and Yingge to Taipei, reducing commute times by 20 minutes.
    2024/07/15 20:00
  • Taipei Metro suspends staff after drug find

    Taipei Metro response to a drug-related incident at Nanshijiao station, including employee suspensions and ongoing investigations for passenger safety.
    2024/07/15 10:53
  • Taichung man indicted for metro attack in bid for attention

    Discover the details of the shocking Taichung Metro attack: A 20-year-old man, surnamed Hong, has been indicted for attempted murder after his premeditated attack injured two. Learn about the investigation, Hong’s motives, and the societal impact.
    2024/06/26 16:07
  • Social media buzzes over couple’s metro seating solution

    Discover the story of an elderly couple who brought wooden chairs to ride the Taipei Metro, sparking a lively debate among 60,000 social media users. Learn about the regulations and the metro’s response.
    2024/06/24 15:28
  • MOHW minister backs priority seating on public transit

    Discover how Taiwan’s Health Minister supports the retention and improvement of priority seating on public transport amid recent debates, aiming for more inclusive policies.
    2024/06/20 15:34
  • Incidents reignite debate over MRT’s priority seating policy

    Discover the latest on Taiwan’s priority seating policy in public transportation: A proposal to expand the scope under the People with Disabilities Rights Protection Act is back to square one. Learn about the ongoing debate, recent incidents, and what’s next.
    2024/06/19 10:52
  • Premier Cho addresses electricity pricing concerns in Taiwan

    Discover how Taipei and New Taipei mayors address concerns over rising electricity costs and the impact on Metro Taipei and SMEs, advocating for subsidies and support in a meeting with national officials.
    2024/05/23 17:34
  • Kaohsiung police boost MRT security after metro attack

    Discover how Kaohsiung police are enhancing MRT security with over 100 officers deployed daily following a violent incident, aiming to ensure commuter safety and restore confidence.
    2024/05/22 17:20
  • Taipei mayor boosts metro security after stabbing incident

    Discover how Taipei is enhancing metro security following a stabbing incident on the Taichung Metro Green Line. Mayor Chiang Wan-an vows increased vigilance and swift action to ensure passenger safety.
    2024/05/22 17:02
  • Official addresses public transport safety after TMRT attack

    Explore the latest on Taiwan’s public transportation safety concerns following a stabbing on the Taichung Metro. Officials address security measures and the call for increased police presence.
    2024/05/22 14:03
  • Passengers subdue attacker on Taichung City Hall MRT

    Discover the details of a sudden knife attack on a Taichung MRT train that left two passengers injured and prompted a temporary service suspension. Learn about the rapid response from passengers and the aftermath.
    2024/05/21 17:57
  • Challenges remain for New Taipei metro post-earthquake

    Explore how New Taipei’s expansive new metro lines aim to transform the cityscape, support urban renewal, and enhance local tourism, despite facing reconstruction challenges post-earthquake.
    2024/05/09 16:40
  • Circular Line recovery efforts surge past NT$400M

    Discover the efforts to restore New Taipei’s Circular Line after an earthquake: Over NT$400 million allocated for repairs, innovative engineering solutions in progress, and interim shuttle bus services ensuring commuter welfare.
    2024/05/06 17:45
  • Taipei mayor urges citizens to report disaster incidents

    Two buildings collapsed in Hualien after earthquakes shook Taiwan. Taipei Mayor Chiang Wan-an urged reporting incidents via 119 or 1999. Taipei Metro slowed trains to inspect tracks before resuming normal operations. District offices are checking buildings for damage. Citizens advised to avoid mountains and water due to incoming weather front.
    2024/04/23 10:50
  • "Let’s Duck" brand closure at 2 locations in Taipei

    Wowprime Corp. announces the closure of "Let’s Duck" restaurants in Taipei’s Beixing and Nanshijiao metro station, as part of a strategic adjustment to adapt to changing consumer patterns post-COVID-19. Employees’ rights and benefits remain intact as they transition to other brands within the group.
    2024/02/29 16:50
  • Commuter chaos: unexpected train halt on Taipei’s Wenhu line

    A transfer bridge on the Wenhu Line at Zhongxiao Fuxing Station of the Taipei Metro experienced a swarm of commuters due to a delayed automated train. The train failed to depart as scheduled, prompting officials to ask the approximately 300 passengers to disembark and board subsequent trains. Regular operations resumed shortly after. The train was moved to a siding, and initial investigations suggest a communication disruption with the vehicle control unit triggered the train’s self-protection mode and caused it to stop. The incident’s cause will be further analyzed after the day’s operations. Social media users reported having to wait for multiple trains at Daan Station and a brief stoppage at Technology Building metro station.
    2024/01/30 13:03
  • Lucky 150 millionth rider of Taoyuan MRT to win free TPass

    The Taoyuan Airport MRT has reached a significant milestone, with the announcement that the 150 millionth passenger will receive a free yearlong TPass, valued at NT$14,400. Since its launch over five months ago, the 1200 TPass has been widely used in the Greater Taipei Area and Taoyuan, with a record daily ridership of 106,000 passengers in November. The lucky 150 millionth rider and five accompanying passengers will enjoy unlimited travel in northern Taiwan. To accommodate the increasing number of passengers, Taoyuan Metro Co. has upgraded turnstile equipment and will introduce additional commuter and express trains. These improvements demonstrate Taoyuan Metro Co.’s commitment to enhancing the travel experience for its users.
    2023/12/20 20:05
  • Taoyuan Metro adds 4 new peak-hour trains amid rider surge

    Taoyuan Metro (TYMETRO) will add four extra train services during peak hours on workdays, aiming to reduce commuting time for passengers. The additional trains include two express services and two regular services, bringing the total number of peak-hour trains on workdays to eleven. This is the sixth round of increased services introduced by TYMETRO in 2023. Since April 17, 2023, TYMETRO has been expanding the number of trips to better meet commuter needs, with a focus on providing more frequent services during the morning peak period heading northbound. The express trains have been increased by six additional services, bringing the total to 18 express trips, benefiting Taoyuan commuters traveling southbound toward Taipei.
    2023/12/19 16:08
  • Taipei Metro to refund teen’s NT$1,000 EasyCard fine

    Taipei Metro agrees to refund a fine imposed on a teenage girl who mistakenly used her brother’s EasyCard. The 14-year-old student used a child’s EasyCard instead of a student card, resulting in a fine of NT$1,000. The girl’s father argued that the punishment was excessive, and after reviewing the situation, Taipei Metro decided to refund the penalty as a gesture of goodwill. The incident occurred at Ximen MRT Station, and Taipei Metro emphasized the importance of using the correct card type to avoid fare differences.
    2023/12/09 15:06
  • Taipei Dome to boost parking, MRT exits for 40K Fans

    The Taipei City Government Transportation Department plans to open additional parking lots and exits at Taipei Metro stations to ease congestion at the Taipei Dome, which is expecting a full-capacity crowd of 40,000 people in future games. The department aims to address the increasing audience numbers for the Asian Baseball Championship by unlocking exit 5 of the Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall Station on the Bannan Line, which connects directly to the underground passageways of Taipei Dome. Despite the availability of parking facilities, more than 90 percent of attendees prefer to take public transportation. The department encourages the public to continue using mass transit systems and envisions that the additional metro station exits will promote smoother traffic dispersion as seating capacity increases.
    2023/12/07 19:44
  • Taipei Dome’s first Asian Baseball Game ends in swift exit

    The Taipei Dome hosted the opening game of the Asian Baseball Championship, with a crowd of 16,647 fans witnessing the inaugural international event. Taipei Metro efficiently evacuated spectators within 25 minutes after the game. The "Taiwan vs. Korea" showdown resulted in a 4-0 victory for Taiwan, generating excitement from the stands. Taipei Metro increased train frequency to every 2.5 minutes at Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall Station to accommodate the large audience. KMT Taipei City Councilor Wang Hsin-i praised the smooth evacuation process. Taipei Mayor Chiang Wan-an inspected traffic conditions after the game. This successful event at the Taipei Dome and the efficient collaboration of transportation services set a positive precedent for future large-scale international sporting events in the city.
    2023/12/04 19:50
  • Taipei Metro celebrates 13 billionth passenger milestone

    Taipei Metro celebrates a major milestone as it records its 13 billionth passenger. The lucky rider embarked from Zhongxiao Fuxing station on the Bannan Line and alighted at Xindian station on the Songshan-Xindian Line. In recognition of this achievement, Taipei Metro gifted annual metro passes to the lucky recipient, as well as the five commuters preceding and following them. Additionally, the 13 billionth passenger received a voucher for a presidential suite at a vacation resort worth NT$88,000 and free metro travel for one year. The metro authority tracks ridership by counting entrance times of ticket cards and selects the winner from registered metro card members’ data. Passengers are encouraged to stay updated by following the official Taipei Metro fan page, "Fun with the Metro." Fans can participate in predictive activities on Facebook for a chance to win a voucher for a presidential suite at the Crystal Resort in Sun Moon Lake or a metro card. Taipei Metro is committed to promoting Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) concepts, aiming to convey the ideals of sustainable development and zero emissions to its riders as part of the city’s green transformation.
    2023/11/04 12:36
  • Magnitude 6.2 earthquake shakes eastern Taiwan

    An earthquake with a magnitude of 6.2 struck off the coast of Taiwan, causing tremors felt in various parts of the country. The quake originated east of the Hualien County Government Office and had a shallow depth of 5.7 kilometers. Some areas reported a seismic intensity of level 3, while others experienced a level 2 intensity. The Taipei Metro Company alerted riders of reduced speeds, but operations continue as usual. So far, there have been no reports of casualties or significant structural damage. Authorities are closely monitoring the situation and will provide updates as necessary.
    2023/10/24 08:13
  • Transport minister mulls priority seat changes

    Taiwan’s Transportation Minister considers changes to priority seat rules following a public transit etiquette debate sparked by author Li Ang’s recent experience on the Taipei Metro. The Ministry of Transportation and Communications reviews the existing system amid questions about its effectiveness. Explore the ongoing discussion on priority seating and its impact.
    2023/09/22 20:21
  • TPASS commuter monthly pass sees 420K card sold

    The TPASS Commuter Monthly Pass has hit a milestone as it reaches its one-month mark on the market, with an impressive 419,000 cards sold in the Greater Taipei and Taoyuan metropolitan area. 
    2023/07/20 19:05
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