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  • Smart City
    2019-05-01

    Smart City


    The Transportation Bureau of Kaohsiung City Government has launched the first-of-its-kind Shuttle Taxi Real-time Information System in Taiwan. The service received 2019 Smart City Innovative Application Award which was handed out by Vice President Chen Chien-Jen at the opening ceremony of 2019 Smart City Expo. The award was then presented to Mayor Han Kuo-Yu by Director-general of the Transportation Bureau, Cheng Yung-Hsiang, at the Municipal Administrative Meeting.
  • Accomplishmen
    2019-04-18

    Accomplishmen


    The Transportation Bureau of Kaohsiung City Government collaborated with Kaohsiung City Motor Vehicles Office of Directorate General of Highways, MOTC to promote service for marginal villages. Their aim is to implement the vision of taking care of senior residents by introducing shuttle taxi service to remote villages throughout Taiwan, where the proportion of older people exceeds 25% and external transport services are inconvenient (without any bus stop within 500 meters). On April 15, the shuttle service was first provided to Jhongliao Village, Cishan District to implement social welfare policies, where there was no bus service in more than 20 years.
  • Taxi Drivers
    2019-03-27

    Taxi Drivers


    Kaohsiung Mayor Han Kuo-Yu held a discussion with a number of taxi drivers on March 5 to get conversant with them. He listened to each driver’s demands and promised to improve the taxi business environment. As the business is booming, the taxi drivers expressed their appreciation for a 60% growth in the ridership after Mayor Han Kuo-Yu took office.
  • Kaohsiung MRT
    2019-03-22

    Kaohsiung MRT


    Ridership on Kaohsiung’s MRT reached record highs on the third day of Chinese New Year at 374,000 passengers and in February at 5,840,000 passengers. The company has also achieved financial stability. Kaohsiung MRT’s employees received a pay rise of 2.7% in 2019, following an increase of 2.5% in 2018.
  • Long-term Car
    2019-03-22

    Long-term Car


    To satisfy disabled people’s needs for transportation services of going to hospitals and rehabilitation, the Bureau signed Long-term Care 2.0 transportation service contracts with 8 taxi operators, in which 115 vehicles are expected to join the service. Currently, 36 vehicles from three operators: Crown Taxi, Lunyong Taxi, and Hello Car are in service to enable disabled seniors and people to get around freely.
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