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Taiwan March 20, 2017

Keelung light railway is a waste of funds, critics say

Railway industry experts and Keelung residents criticized President Tsai Ing-wen’s (蔡英文) pledge to build a light railway between Taipei and Keelung by 2021, saying that the project is unnecessary and...

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Taiwan March 17, 2017

Taiwan president announces Keelung-Taipei tram-train link

The government will invest NT$8.1 billion (US$264 million) to build a tram-train link between Keelung and the Taipei City District of Nangang which should be ready in 2022, President Tsai Ing-wen...

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Taiwan March 02, 2017

Taipei’s airport rail link finally opens

Long-awaited line runs from downtown Taipei to Taoyuan Airport in 35 minutes

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Taiwan February 16, 2017

Airport MRT test riders urged to use electronic payment cards

People who plan to test-ride the new mass rapid transit (MRT) line between Taipei and Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport, the country's main gateway, have been urged to use electronic stored value...

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Taiwan February 16, 2017

20 percent of power to come from renewables by 2025, says Tsai

President Tsai Ing-wen on Tuesday announced ambitious plans to generate 20 percent of the nation's energy from renewables and phase out nuclear power by 2025.

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Taiwan February 10, 2017

Uber hopes for negotiations with government

Uber, which has succumbed to government pressure and decided to suspend its operations in Taiwan, is keen to negotiate with the government to find a solution that can keep its ride-sharing service...

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Taiwan February 08, 2017

First Taichung MRT trains arrive

The first trains of the future Taichung MRT will arrive at the city's port on Sunday, according to city officials.

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