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  • Taiwnan’s road safety not improving despite efforts

    Explore how Taiwan’s government is tackling pedestrian safety through new regulations and the challenges it faces as accident rates remain high. Learn about innovative traffic solutions and the importance of continual law evaluation.
    2024/05/14 16:09
  • Taiwan’s road safety crisis: A minister’s regret

    Taiwan’s Minister of Transportation, Wang Kwo-tsai, expresses regret over not prioritizing road safety, amidst rising traffic accidents and injuries. Despite efforts to reduce fatalities, Taiwan lags behind Japan in traffic safety. Legislative discussions reveal concerns over the "Road Traffic Management and Penalty Amendment Act" and its impact on police workload, despite advancements in digital reporting of traffic violations.
    2024/04/18 16:54
  • Vision Zero calls for pedestrian safety law in Taiwan

    The Vision Zero pedestrian safety advocacy group calls on Taiwan’s new congress to support a draft pedestrian traffic safety facilities law. The group recommends comprehensive implementation of sidewalks, removal of sidewalk obstacles, standardization of temporary sidewalks during construction, and explicit arcade project guidelines. The draft law must be proposed by the National Land Management Agency and approved by the executive branch before being reviewed by the Legislative Yuan. Despite the passing of a basic road traffic safety law in 2023, Vision Zero notes that the projected death toll may still exceed 3,000. The chairman of Vision Zero, Chen Kai-ning, proposes four amendments to the law, including the provision of physical sidewalks on wider roads, marking sidewalk designations on narrower roads, establishing basic sidewalk standards and non-permissible uses, and installing physical sidewalks beside arcades. Between January and November 2023, there were 2,759 road fatalities and 367,311 recorded severe accidents in Taiwan, representing an increase compared to the same period in 2022.
    2024/02/05 13:31
  • Pedestrian refuge islands raise safety concerns in Taiwan

    Explore Taiwan’s latest efforts to combat traffic accidents with pedestrian refuge islands. Despite their safety intent, these measures have sparked a debate between enhancing safety and increasing convenience, reflecting Taiwan’s ongoing struggle to improve road safety.
    2023/11/16 17:34
  • MOTC to target uncontrolled intersections in traffic safety

    Taiwan’s government is ramping up traffic safety measures. With increased fines and a focus on uncontrolled intersections, they aim for zero fatalities.
    2023/11/07 18:24
  • Tainan reports decrease in traffic fatalities

    Tainan’s traffic fatalities have decreased by 4% from January to August, according to Tainan Mayor Huang Wei-che. The city has seen a decrease in motorbike accidents and incidents involving the elderly, down by 7.9% and 6% respectively. The Ministry of Transportation and Communications has identified 26 traffic junctions in Tainan that need improvement out of a total of 1,000 nationwide. Additionally, eight locations in the city have been targeted for improvement. Tainan has also made progress in pedestrian safety, with the highest increase nationwide in the "exclusive pedestrian phase and early start phase" indicator, with improvements made to 111 spots.
    2023/11/02 20:46
  • Taiwan unveils list of 1,000 pedestrian accident hotspots

    Taiwan’s Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) reveals 1,000 pedestrian accident hotspots, prompting local governments to submit safety plans. With declining pedestrian fatalities in 2023, MOTC aims to enhance safety in key areas. Learn more.
    2023/09/15 22:00
  • Vehicle-pedestrian yielding rules tightened again for safety

    New Taipei City witnessed a surge in reports of vehicles failing to yield to pedestrians, prompting authorities to tighten regulations for pedestrian safety. Learn about the increased fines and improved driver awareness.
    2023/08/09 19:50
  • Taiwan implements new rules to improve road safety

    To reduce traffic accidents and improve pedestrian safety, the Taiwanese government passed an amendment to the "Road Traffic Management and Penalty Act" on April 14.
    2023/04/26 17:02
  • Taiwan’s traffic accidents surged 4% in 2022: MOTC data

    The Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) in Taiwan released data on Friday (March 24) revealing that over 375,000 traffic accidents occurred in 2022. 
    2023/03/26 22:41
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