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  • Central Cross-Island Highway reopens to heavy trucks

    The Central Cross-Island Highway in Hualien, damaged by the recent earthquake, will reopen to heavy trucks under 17 tons at the 19.7-km mark on April 15 after initial repairs by the Highway Bureau’s Guguan section, with load inspections and reinforcement construction planned to ensure road safety.
    3小時前
  • Drone footage captures aftermath of Hualien earthquake

    Explore the devastating effects of the Hualien earthquake through drone and aerial footage showing severe damage on the Suhua Highway and Taroko National Park, with over 1,000 injured and search operations underway.
    2024/04/05 15:01
  • Hualien quake: landslides, building damage, traffic chaos

    Minister of the Interior Lin Yu-chang said on Wednesday (April 3) that the Hualien railway and highway are currently disrupted, with the earliest expected railway reopening for one-way traffic by early Thursday morning. 
    2024/04/03 18:04
  • Kang Chiao school bus crash: 8 violations in 6 years

    The Kang Chiao International School (KCIS) bus accident in Taipei’s Wenshan Tunnel involved 26 students and one driver. The bus had a history of violations, and the driver had previous infractions. Fifteen individuals were lightly injured, with one remaining under observation at Wanfang Hospital. School officials are investigating the cause and considering actions against the driver and bus company.
    2024/03/12 11:31
  • Mount Fuji to charge climbers NT$426 pass fee

    Starting this summer, Japan’s Yamanashi Prefecture plans to collect a pass fee of approximately NT$426 from climbers visiting Mount Fuji to address the issue of overcrowding. The number of climbers will also be limited, with the daily figure capped at 4,000 individuals. If this limit is exceeded, the toll gate at the Yoshida Trail fifth station will be closed. Climbing will also be prohibited between 4 p.m. and 3 a.m. The funds generated by the toll will be used to construct refuge facilities in case of a volcanic eruption, as the Yoshida Trail had around 140,000 visitors in 2023. As the trail falls under the county road category, about 600 meters of the road near the fifth station is not subject to highway regulations, hence the imposition of climber fees as usage charges.
    2024/02/01 12:23
  • MOTC responds to citizen petition on traffic reform

    Taiwan’s Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) has responded to a citizen-led initiative calling for changes in traffic practices. The ministry announced that the regulation allowing two-stage left turns will not be abolished entirely but should be evaluated based on site-specific characteristics. The initiative also called for the prohibition of motorbikes on inner lanes of general roads and reform of the driver’s license test system. The MOTC stated that local governments should assess and plan motorbike lanes and two-stage left turn control measures according to their specific road traffic conditions. The ministry emphasized that motorbike riders should follow road sign guidance, and universal rules should only be followed in the absence of signs. In terms of the licensing system, the ministry has implemented a motorbike training program since 2019 to enhance driving quality and response capabilities. The program has been successful, resulting in a 56% decrease in traffic violations and a 35% decrease in accidents by 2022. The Highway Bureau of MOTC plans to continue promoting the program and implementing road training measures in 2024, periodically reviewing and adjusting the test content to optimize the training system for motorbike operators.
    2024/01/24 17:01
  • Yunlin County launches NT$199 monthly TPASS

    The Yunlin County Government has announced the sale of its TPASS ticket, priced at NT$199, which will become active next Tuesday. The TPASS integrates various modes of public transportation within the county, including Taiwan Railway, highway buses, local city buses, and public bicycles, providing an economical solution for commuters. The pass allows unlimited use for 30 days, covering 69 highway and city bus routes and five Taiwan railway stations. Pass holders will also enjoy the first 30 minutes of public bicycle use without charge. The Yunlin TPASS is tied with Hualien for the lowest-priced monthly transit pass nationwide and covers the most extensive range of transit routes within a single county or city. To celebrate the launch, pass holders can enjoy an exclusive promotion, including a "buy one, get one free" offer for two people traveling together from Douliu Train Station to Janfusun Theme Park by presenting their TPASS ticket stub.
    2023/12/20 18:12
  • Taipower contractor questioned after deadly Miaoli mishap

    A deadly accident on National Freeway 3 in Miaoli occurred when falling electrical cables resulted in one fatality and five injuries. The Miaoli District Prosecutor Office summoned Taiwan Power Company (Taipower) and the contractor involved to determine the cause. The contractor, Chen, stated that construction was taking place on the hillsides surrounding the tower, where cables were being replaced. Shortly after construction began, one of the cables came loose, showing signs of being severed. The National Highway Police Bureau (HPB) determined that the incident was a work safety issue, not a typical traffic accident, and announced charges of endangering public safety would be pursued. The high-voltage cable fell onto both the southbound and northbound lanes, impacting multiple vehicles. Tsai, the wife of Chang, who was in the passenger seat of a van carrying a family of six, succumbed to her injuries. The other five occupants suffered various injuries. The Freeway Bureau of the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) stated that Taipower and their contractor had not obtained approval for the unauthorized construction work, potentially violating the Highway Act. Taipower’s Distribution and Service Division Director, Shih Chi-liang, apologized for the accident and explained that the cable unexpectedly snapped during replacement work conducted by Double Safe, the company responsible for cable installations. Taipower has halted construction at the site to investigate the cause and prevent future accidents.
    2023/12/03 14:49
  • Bikers rally at MOTC for heavy motorcycle highway access

    Scores of heavy motorcycles surrounded the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) in Taipei on Sunday afternoon, demanding the immediate implementation of laws allowing large motorcycles access to highways. The protest, organized by groups such as the Republic of China Motorcycle Industry Promotion Association and the Taiwan Motorcycle Riders Association (TMRA), aimed to voice discontent with current traffic regulations. The bikers’ demands included immediate access to highways, permission to park in designated spaces, and the abolition of Article 99 of the Road Traffic Safety Rules. The movement’s initiators criticized the MOTC for stalling, pointing out that laws permitting heavy motorcycles on national highways were passed over a decade ago. TMRA secretary-general Liu Cheng-chien expressed frustration at the Highways Bureau’s lackluster response, highlighting the discrepancy between government policies and the desires of the biking community. Protest leaders claimed that 70% of the populace is unaware that the regulation allowing motorbikes on highways has already passed the third reading. They argued that the department’s polling does not reflect public opinion and questioned the legitimacy of basing policies on a single survey. Traffic advocacy groups have long emphasized the need for large motorcycles to have the freedom to choose between car or motorcycle parking spots. Despite recent responses from the Highway Bureau considering trials with some local governments, groups argue that central government intervention is necessary for a uniform solution to parking regulations.
    2023/11/29 20:21
  • Taiwan’s first highway autonomous bus hits road for testing

    Taiwan’s first highway autonomous bus conducted its inaugural licensing and passenger-carrying tests. The Ministry of Transportation and Communications’ Highway Bureau commissioned Green Transit Co., Ltd to deploy the self-driving bus, which traveled 16 kilometers autonomously at a set speed of 40 kilometers per hour. The bus, accompanied by an engineering driver during the trial phase, cost NT$30 million to develop. The full route spans 44 kilometers, with over 70% being autonomous. The service is expected to provide free rides to the public starting in March next year, with seven stops and 7 to 8 daily services. The initiative aims to address the shortage of public transportation personnel and reduce traffic incidents. The Highway Bureau plans to enhance highway maintenance and public transport operations using smart technology.
    2023/11/26 14:06
  • MOTC: No decision timetable on motorcycles on highways

    Taiwan’s Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) has stated that there is currently no timetable for a decision on whether heavy motorcycles should be allowed on the highway, due to the lack of consensus on the matter. A local motorcycle organization plans to protest outside the MOTC on November 26, with over 5,000 heavy motorcycles and tens of thousands of people participating. MTOC Minister Wang Kwo-tsai has expressed that the current situation is not yet suitable for heavy motorcycles on highways, as the behavior of riders could cause disturbances. Additionally, a poll shows that around 60% of the population is opposed to the idea, further highlighting the lack of consensus.
    2023/11/13 16:31
  • Investigation underway into tragic tour bus accident

    An investigation is underway into a tragic accident involving a tour bus that overturned on Taipingshan in Ilan, Taiwan. The 48-year-old driver claimed the brakes failed, resulting in the crash that caused one fatality and 38 injuries. The passengers were predominantly environmental volunteers visiting the Taiping Mountain National Forest Recreation Area. Preliminary investigations ruled out drink-driving, and early indications suggest a failure of the brake system. As of Monday morning, 23 people have been discharged from the hospital, while 15 remain under observation and treatment. The Highway Bureau and the Taiwan Transportation Safety Board officials are investigating the cause of the accident.
    2023/11/06 15:53
  • Police rescue injured pig from Formosa Freeway

    In a bizarre incident on the Formosa Freeway near Nantou, drivers were surprised to find an injured pig in the middle of the road. The Highway Police and Freeway Bureau were quickly alerted and worked together to remove the animal from the highway. The handlers of the pig were held accountable for violating traffic laws.
    2023/10/04 18:33
  • Typhoon Khanun triggers landslides on Kaohsiung’s highway

    Typhoon Khanun aftermath: Kaohsiung faces widespread landslides and debris-related road closures. Cleanup is underway while authorities assess the damage and monitor the situation.
    2023/08/08 20:21
  • South African woman fined for riding tiny YouBike on highway

    A South African woman unintentionally entered the northbound section of Taiwan’s National Highway No. 1 while riding a YouBike to reach Linkou District in New Taipei City.
    2023/07/03 13:05
  • Heavy traffic predicted for Dragon Boat Festival holiday

    People across Taiwan will embark on a four-day celebration of the Dragon Boat Festival from June 22 to 25, with many planning to travel around the island. In anticipation of potential transportation disruptions during the holiday, authorities have reminded road users to proactively check highway conditions through relevant mobile applications to preempt heavy congestion.
    2023/06/21 18:34
  • 你敢自駕?特斯拉車禍全美破700例 重傷、死亡人數增

    電動車龍頭特斯拉(Tesla)的自動輔助駕駛系統(Autopilot mode)近年來爭議不斷,美國「公路交通安全管理局」(National Highway Traffic Safety Administration)最新分析發現,全美自2019年以來,涉及特斯拉輔助駕駛系統的車禍案件多達736起,遠高於過去通報的數量,而且過去4年這類事故量增,其中17起為重大死亡車禍。
    2023/06/11 10:18
  • Police riding tiny scooter on a highway won’t face fines

    The National Highway Police Bureau confirmed on Tuesday(June 6) that a policewoman from the Linyuan precinct of the Kaohsiung City Police Department will not face fines or penalties following an incident a day earlier, where she rode a police scooter on the highway during a high-speed pursuit.
    2023/06/06 17:34
  • 車禍時恐爆炸! 美要求召回6700萬顆汽車安全氣囊

    美國汽車安全氣囊製造商「ARC Automotive」的產品遭當局質疑有爆炸、破裂風險,從2009年至今,全美已經發生7起安全氣囊破裂意外、導致人員重傷,其中有1人因此死亡。美國國家公路交通安全管理局(National Highway Traffic Safety Administration)要求,應立刻回收6700萬個安全氣囊。
    2023/05/15 10:24
  • 蟲蟲危機!佛州運蜂車高速公路車禍 100萬隻蜜蜂大逃竄

     美國佛羅里達州(Florida)的301高速公路(U.S. Highway 301)2日發生一起車禍事故,一台聯結車撞上一台載滿大量蜜蜂的運蜂車,導致100萬隻蜜蜂「蜂湧而出」,在高速公路上「大逃竄」;所幸蜜蜂不具攻擊性,事發後當局緊急關閉附近道路,並尋回部分蜜蜂,不過估計業者仍損失4萬美元(約122萬新台幣)。
    2023/05/05 14:18
  • 致敬7系列!BMW i5水箱罩內裝曝光 將於24日發表

    4月底時BMW才剛發布新i5純電房車正在進行夏季動態測試消息,並透露至少將提供eDrive40以及M60 xDrive兩種動力選擇,且將導入新一代VDM車輛動態管理系統之後,BMW再度針對i5發出預告。BMW日前藉由官方Instagram頻道釋出兩支短影音,分別曝光i5的飾光水箱護罩以及內裝設計模樣,展現大步向7 Series與i7靠攏的設計風格,並確認將再5月24日全球首演。
    2023/05/04 15:21
  • Qingjing Farm hosts annual ’sheep run’ after 3-year hiatus

    The annual “sheep run” hosted by Qingjing Farm in Taiwan’s Nantou County kicked off on Friday (Feb. 17) with 112 sheep in attendance. 
    2023/02/17 22:08
  • 特斯拉墜加州76m「魔鬼坡」全毀! 車內4人奇蹟生還

    美國3日發生一起恐怖的轎車墜崖意外,加州一家四口開著白色特斯拉,沿著1號公路(太平洋海岸公路,Pacific Coast Highway))行駛,途經聖馬特奧郡(San Mateo)地勢險峻的岩岸海角「魔鬼坡」(Devils Slide),不慎墜落高76公尺的海岸懸崖,雖車體變形,不過車內人員卻奇蹟似全數生還,兩名孩童甚至毫髮無傷,令外界直呼命超大,也有特斯拉股民驕傲表示「我投資了世界上最安全的車!」
    2023/01/04 10:17
  • 大馬「猛鬼公路」再傳意外!保時捷失控撞成廢鐵 駕駛亡

    馬來西亞的加叻大道 (Karak Highway)有「亡靈公路」之稱,11日再度發生一起嚴重交通事故,一輛保時捷失控撞毀,華裔駕駛當場斃命。
    2022/06/12 12:19
  • 純電版新世代XC90確定明年發表 LiDar光達與AI超級電腦全上身

    Volvo表示,未來新一代的電動版XC90都會配備LiDar光達感測器與Nvidia Drive Orin運算中樞,並且提供Highway Pilot系統給予車主選配。如果配備有Highway Pilot系統,就能夠在高速公路等相對單純的路段,提供自動駕駛輔助,讓長途行駛更為便利。如果,車主所在地道路法規允許使用自動駕駛輔助系統,且地理環境與路況條件都符合Volvo安全認證,Volvo也可以為車主啟用Highway Pilot功能,讓車主提早進入自動駕駛時代。
    2021/06/25 11:13
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