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  • Taiwan boosts railway safety with new measures

    Discover how Taiwan is enhancing railway safety along the Hualien-Taitung line with new measures including stream dredging, a debris warning system, and improved barriers after a recent derailment incident.
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  • 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
  • How Taiwan’s High Speed Rail handled the April 3 earthquake

    Explore how the Taiwan High Speed Rail’s operations control center played a critical role in managing and quickly recovering from a powerful earthquake that struck Hualien, ensuring safety and minimal disruption.
    2024/04/18 17:36
  • Puyuma train resumes two-way traffic after derailment

    Taiwan Railway Puyuma Express train derails at Heping Station due to rockfall, no injuries reported among 146 passengers, two-way traffic resumes next morning.
    2024/04/11 14:24
  • Taiwan commits to safety overhaul on Taroko anniversary

    Secretary-General of the Presidential Office Lin Chia-lung emphasizes the importance of safety reform in Taiwan Railways as the third anniversary of the Taroko train derailment accident approaches. Despite not being able to attend the memorial meeting, Lin’s commitment to ensuring the highest safety standards in Taiwan Railways remains unwavering.
    2024/04/02 15:22
  • Kaohsiung Station to test platform screen doors

    The Taiwan Railway Corporation (TRC) is considering installing platform screen doors at rail stations to enhance passenger safety. The pilot program will start at Kaohsiung Station, with plans to expand to other stations based on performance. TRC aims to complete the initiative by December 2024, with measures such as warning lines, lights, and staff deployment to ensure platform safety. Multimedia systems are also used to educate passengers on safety precautions.
    2024/02/26 14:17
  • ’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
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