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  • Bus
    2021-03-31

    Bus


    To boost the promotion of low-carbon, green bus in pursuit of the City’s sustainable development, the Bureau has actively assisted bus operators in getting the central government’s subsidies for replacing old buses with electric buses after launching the first electric bus fleet in Taiwan for the Cishan-Meinong Express Bus service in 2013. By the end of February 2021, the number of the City’s electric buses has reached 111, which accounts for 11.4% of all buses in the City. Expectedly, the percentage of electric buses in the City will go up to 60% in 2025, which is in line with Executive Yuan’s policy goal of full implementation of electric buses by 2030.
  • Marketing
    2021-03-31

    Marketing


    For the purpose of encouraging citizens’ support for bus service and fostering their habit of taking the bus, promotion was stepped up for various bus taking incentives targeting different groups. For example, innovative marketing activities such as “Weekly Cash Rebate for Traveling with Public Transport Daily”, “Model Bus Driver Selection and Commendation”, “World’s Cafe on the Bus” “Chinese New Year Goods Bus” were held to elevate the overall image and people’s favorable impression of public buses.
  • iBus APP
    2021-03-31

    iBus APP


    Smartphone APP “Kaohsiung iBus APP” for real-time bus information, which includes “i-Bus” routes information, “Trip Planner”, “Public Service” information, “Bus Arrival Reminder”, “My Favorite”, “Taxi-type Bus Service”. There is also a “LRT Status” section for inquiries about location of LRT stations, LRT route map, train schedule, and instant updates.
  • Accessible
    2021-03-31

    Accessible


    Expanded Accessible Transport Service Content A. To upgrade the quality of bus service and create an accessible and friendly transportation environment, the Bureau has introduced 533 large and medium low-floor and barrier-free buses running routes that pass by hospitals and special education schools for the disabled. B. Having acquired rehabilitation buses actively and with donations from all sectors, the City’s rehab bus fleet has grown to 160 vehicles, providing flexible and convenient transportation for people with disabilities. In addition, the City’s rehab bus operation has been undertaken by Kaohsiung Bus Company since July 1, 2019, with bus terminals increasing from 9 to 25, ensuring a more convenient shuttle service for the public. The service also started accepting Line Pay and iPass payment in December 2019. In 2020, the rehab bus provided 316,226 rides to 580,951 passengers; by the end of February 2021, the rehab bus has provided 50,008 rides to 91,445 passengers. C. First in Taiwan!” – The Bureau has cooperated with Kaohsiung Medical University Chung-Ho Memorial Hospital on May 22, 2020 and E-Da Hospital on September 21, 2020 to launch the “medical fast track” service; Yuan’s General Hospital joined the rank of “medical fast track” service in January 2021 and Ta-Tung Hospital, Min-Sheng Hospital, Siaogang Hospital, and Cijin Hospital in February 2021. The service has shown distinguished results by saving 30 minutes of outpatient consultation time on average for citizens who take the rehab bus to the hospitals.
  • Smart
    2021-03-31

    Smart


    Kaohsiung is the first city in Taiwan to launch the trial run of QR code for bus service. Pioneering mobile payment through QR code was introduced for taking city bus routes Orange 12, Orange 20, and all G-Bus routes. Citizens may ride on the bus by swiping their mobile phone installed with Line Pay Money (getting iPass ticket QR code). This mobile payment service is expected to be available on all city buses by the end of this year, providing a more convenient service for bus commuters.
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