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  • Taichung mayor vows to improve metro intercom after attack

    Discover how Taichung’s Mayor Lu Shiow-Yen plans to enhance the metro’s emergency intercom system after a knife attack revealed its limitations. Learn about the commitment to safety improvements.
    2024/05/22 13:59
  • Family of 6 hospitalized after dining at Taipei buffet

    The Taipei City Department of Health investigates a family’s hospitalization after dining at the Island Buffet Restaurant in Grand Hilai Taipei. Inspectors collect samples and find unclean conditions, ordering the restaurant to make improvements by April 8 or face fines up to NT$200 million.
    2024/04/01 17:46
  • Taiwan premier addresses cimbuterol pork concerns

    Taipei Premier Chen Chien-jen addresses concerns over cimbuterol pork contamination and agricultural fund management in Taiwan. Results on the banned additive’s presence in pork expected in two days. Ministry of Health and Welfare to evaluate incident as food safety fears rise. NT$128.3 billion pig farming fund aimed at industry upgrades and environmental improvements. Future plans to sustain industry growth and enhance production efficiency discussed.
    2024/03/05 16:37
  • Hou Yu-ih demands clarity from DPP on death penalty

    Kuomintang candidate Hou Yu-ih confronts Democratic Progressive Party’s Lai Ching-te on his stance regarding the death penalty in Taipei. The debate intensifies following a recent school tragedy, with demands for law amendments and student safety improvements.
    2024/01/04 19:57
  • ’Taroko Tears’ dismayed by TRA’s safety reform stance

    Taroko Tears, a group for family members of those who died in the 2021 Hualien train derailment, is expressing incredulity at the Taiwan Railways Administration’s (TRA) dismissive attitude towards safety reform discussions. The TRA has repeatedly altered or canceled meetings with the Ministry of Transportation and Communications’ external oversight committee, raising concerns. The TRA’s upcoming transformation into a corporation on New Year’s Day has sparked skepticism and worry among Taroko Tears. The group has sought a seat on the TRA’s board to monitor safety reforms but was rejected due to a lack of professional expertise. Taroko Tears questions the ability of TRA board members to lead substantial improvements. The external oversight committee has been pushing for joint discussions on safety reforms since September 2023, but the TRA’s handling of these meetings has been criticized as capricious and disrespectful. The TRA is currently in communication with the external oversight group but has yet to respond to their concerns. As the TRA’s transformation approaches, tensions between Taroko Tears and the railway administration are escalating.
    2023/12/18 21:28
  • Missing signage and safety concerns raised at Taipei Dome

    Taipei Mayor Chiang Wan-an has called on the Farglory Group to address the lack of signage and safety concerns at the Taipei Dome stadium. The Dome is set to undergo a full-capacity test within a year. Democratic Progressive Party City Councilor Chen Yi-chun raised concerns about missing signage and the narrow underground parking lot, which lacks reflective warning signs. In response, Chiang stated that the city government would request immediate improvements from Farglory. Taipei City Councilors Lin Liang-jyun and Chien Shu-pei also questioned the venue’s ability to handle crowd dispersal and overall safety. Lin cited the recent crowd dispersal speed in Kaohsiung after a Coldplay concert and asked how long it would take to evacuate the expected 13,000 attendees at the Taipei Dome test event. Taipei MRT officials assured the council that they have experience with crowd dispersal during New Year’s Eve events and estimated that it could take approximately half an hour for visitors to evacuate.
    2023/11/13 18:57
  • 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
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