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6th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting (TPTMM6) 27-29 April 2009, Manila, Philippines. Transportation Investment Program for Economic Revitalization Minister Mao, Chi-Kuo Ministry of Transportation and Communications Chinese Taipei. Introduction .

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6th APEC Transportation Ministerial Meeting (TPTMM6)

27-29 April 2009, Manila, Philippines

Transportation Investment Program for Economic Revitalization

Minister Mao, Chi-Kuo

Ministry of Transportation and Communications

Chinese Taipei

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Introduction

  • In 2008, the financial crisis extended to the rest of the world, causing global recessions and unemployment.
  • To revive the economy, the priorities include seeking ways to soften the negative impacts of the financial crisis in the transport sector, paving the way for future prosperity through institutional reform, and building sustainable infrastructure that will improve our people’s quality of life.

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Current(2009-2012) Economic Revitalization Measures and Contributions

Remarks: 1.the data is a forecast released by CEPD on Feb 27, 2009

2.Figures in the parenthesis are private investment scales

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Building

Comprehensive

Sea & Air port

cities

Constructing

a Safe &

Disaster-Free

Environment

Completing

a Fast &

Convenient

Transportation

network

Goal & Strategies of Transportation Investment

  • TARGET
  • Save energy, reduce Carbon emissions
  • Transportation Safety
  • Efficiency & Equity

Enhancing the

Cultural & Living

Environment

Improving

offshore Island

Transportation

Developing

a Sustainable, Seamless

Green Transportation

System

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Building Comprehensive

Sea and Air Port Cities

  • Promoting international transportation and

enhancing connections to the world

    • Firmly establish international positions in sea and air freight and strengthen the services provided to operators
    • Use cross-strait traffic opportunities to take full advantage of Chinese Taipei’s geographic location
  • Strengthening sea/air port functions and

integrating transportation

    • Prioritize developments of transportation and related logistic services
    • Improve the integration of transportation networks serving air/sea ports
    • Collaborate with local governments to develop “air cities”, port hinterlands, and land areas around High Speed Rail stations.
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Round-Island Railway System Safety Promotion Plan

MANILA, THE PHILIPPINES 2009

Constructing a Safe & Disaster-Free Environment

  • Safety Improvement Plan for Round-Island Rail System
    • Renewal of railway tracks, bridges, and tunnels
    • Strengthen the railway structure
    • Improve reliability of the communication and signaling system
    • Upgrade power system and rolling-stock
  • Advancing Highway Safety
    • Reconstruct aging/damaged bridges
    • Reinforce bridges for earthquake resistance
    • Conduct bridge engineering reviews in line with flood control plans
    • Improve hazardous road sections, especially in scenic/tourism areas

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Enhancing the Cultural and Living Environment

  • Public facility improvements in scenic areas and tourism spots
  • Road system construction in major urban communities
    • Assist local administration in constructing a complete road network
    • Promote bikeway networks

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Improving offshore Island Transportation

Sea terminal construction in Matsu

  • Port terminal construction projects for Penghu, Kinmen and Matsu islands

Port construction in Kinmen

Domestic commercial port construction in Penghu

Fisherman’s Dock, Tamsui

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Green Island

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Completing a Fast & Convenient Transportation Network

  • Developing a railway-based intercity transportation system
    • Develop an integrated transportation system that is connected by the High Speed Rail system and related intercity public transportation service
    • Conventional railways grade-separations in northern, central and southern parts of Chinese Taipei.
    • Continue to construct MRTs in 3 major Metropolitan areas
  • Building a complete and highly functional highway

transportation network

    • Continue to construct a comprehensive expressway network
    • Maximize the highway network’s efficiency through Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) deployments
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Developing a Sustainable, Seamless

Green Transportation System

Railway

Highway

Shuttle bus

or bike

  • construction of public transportation and a environmentally friendly transportation system according to area needs
  • Encourage cooperation among the regional centers and promote balanced development of different areas.
  • Establish a local monitoring indicator for public transportation usage rate to guide future developments.
  • Integrate, construct, and develop sustainable public transportation systems in accordance to each area’s condition and urban functions.
  • Provide an integrated “seamless” public transportation system that is user friendly.
  • Extend user friendly transportation services to local scenic spots
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Developing a Sustainable, Seamless

Green Transportation System

  • Taking advantage of information and communication capability to improve the future quality of life
  • Reinforce information infrastructure in remote areas and reduce communication disadvantages
  • Construct an overall Intelligent Transportation System (ITS)
  • Execute a comprehensive ITS plan
  • Establish advanced traffic management and traveler information systems
  • Establish advanced traffic management system

for the expressway network

  • Establish advanced public transportation

system

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Conclusions

  • An efficient, convenient and sustainable transportation system is a key element to any plans for future economic prosperity.
  • As part of our program for economic revitalization, we have embarked on a comprehensive transportation investment plan for Chinese Taipei, that covers both urban and intercity transportation.
  • We have budget a further NT$500 billion in the next 4 years to expand and speed up the promotion of public construction( 50% in the transportation sector), and we expect to create 180,000 more job opportunities through such expenditures.
  • Furthermore, the comprehensive transportation investment plan will contribute an 0.68% increase in GDP in 2009, with continued positive effects well into the future.
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Features to Chinese Taipei’s Tourism Resource

Varied tourism/scenic resources

Fish ponds in Southwestern coastal lines

Snows in Yushan

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Features to Chinese Taipei’s Tourism Resource

Unique geology

Green Island -

A Sleeping Beauty

Stone Columns in Penghu

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Rail Service

Taroko Tilting Train for the East

High Speed Rail for the West

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Thank you for your Attention

We welcome your investment and visitation interest

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