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Bus Shelter Construction and Improvement

Update:110-12-20
1.Construction of Bus Shelters and Passenger Information Systems
a.To provide a quality bus shelter environment and passenger information service and enhance the popularity of public transport, in 2019 the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) subsidized the construction of 40 bus shelters, 50 passenger information systems (PIS), and 70 benches. All were completed in October 2020.
In 2020, MOTC subsidized the construction of 40 ordinary bus shelters, 50 PISes and 30 benches. The contracting of all items was completed in December 2020, and construction was initiated in March 2021. All will be completed by the end of 2021.
b.To improve the transit service of public transport in Kaohsiung, a large south-bound bus shelter was planned at Liugui Station (Liugui Senior High School) together with the “Heart of Liugui” township renaissance project in 2019. The shelter started service in September 2020 to provide more a comfortable waiting space and thereby improve the quality of the rural bus waiting environment. In 2020, large bus shelters were planned at the KMRT Houyi Station (dual). The contracting was completed in December 2020, construction was initiated in March 2021. All will be completed by the end of 2021.
2.Bus Shelter Improvement
To improve the environment of bus shelters and shelter service quality, improvement was made to six shelters of three stations in 2019: Minzu 1st Road Wanzinei, Longfeng Temple and Minzu Road-Dashun Road Intersection stations. Improvement was completed in June 2020 and service also began. Shelter improvement is under progress at the “Siaoyuanhuan” (south-bound) stop on Jhonghua 3rd Road, “Tuku 2nd Road Intersection” (north-bound) stop on Tuku 2nd Road, and “TRA Neiwei Station” (dual) stop on Jhonghua 1st Road. These projects will be completed by the end of November 2021.
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Updated:2022-05-28