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Comprehensive Planning and Second-Phase Environmental Assessment Operations Now Being Carried Out for Hualien-Taitung Railway's Full-Line Double Track Electrification Project
Railway Five Newly-Added Commuter Stations of Taichung Metropolitan Area Elevated Railway to Open for Use in October 2018
Railway Reconstruction Bureau Commissioned for Nanping to Wanrong Double Track Project, Construction already in full swing on September 20th, 2017
The Kaohsiung Project's Sankuaicuo Station Design Concept
Keelung Railway Station's Southern Station Square,Ever More Beautiful as Night Deepens A Romantic New Look
Completion of New Tzechiang Tunnel on Hualien - Taitung Line
Forward-looking infrastructure: railways for the future
Gold Grade ’Green Building’ Station About to Make its Appearance
Forward-looking Infrastructure Development Program - Track Construction, Taoyuan Circuit Briefing
Minister of The South Link Project's Chaofang Section, Reconstruction Implementation Circumstances of Niupo River Bridge
'Tainan Urban District Railway Underground Project' Gets Underway,Minister Hochen Tan presided over the opening ceremony on March 15th of this year (2017)
Chiayi Urban District Elevated Railway Project,Incorporated into the 'Forward-looking Infrastructure Development Program'
Tainan Urban District Railway Underground Project,Work Officially Got Underway on March 15th of This Year (2017)
Approved by the National Development Council,Feasibility Study on Converting Hualien–Taitung Line to Double Track
The South Link Railway Electrification Project, The Last Mile of Railway Construction

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