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Yuanlin Project (Completed)
The Executive Yuan approved the Yuanlin Urban District Elevated Railway Project on February 13, 2006, to remove railway obstacles to urban integration and renewal, while also increasing land-use value in Yuanlin City. The project is being carried out under part of the TRA Rapid Transit Systematization in the Metropolitan Areas Project.

The Yuanlin Project involves the construction of a 3.98-kilometer-long elevated line heading southward from the Beishi Road railway crossing to Yuanlin Dapai, as well as the construction of Yuanlin Station. It will eliminate three railway crossings, five underpasses and one highway bridge, and have a significant effect on reducing congestion, traffic delays and gas consumption. The project is due to be used in November 2014.
Yuanlin Project
link Link: MOTC Minister Yeh Inspects Yuanlin Elevated Railway Engineering (Open New Window)
link Link: Yuanlin Urban District Elevated Railway Project To Be Open to Traffic By the End of 2014 (Open New Window)
link Link: RRB’s 2013 Projects being Recognized in Year-end Assessments (Open New Window)
link Link: First phase of Yuanlin Project Scheduled to Be Open to Traffic by the End of This Year (Open New Window)
link Link: Elevated Tracks Connected to Yuanlin on November 2 (2014) (Open New Window)
link Link: Yayoi Kusama’s Giant High Heel Brightens Up Yuanlin Station (Open New Window)
Yuanlin station(Open New Window)
Yuanlin station
Yuanlin station(Open New Window)
Yuanlin station
Yuanlin station(Open New Window)
Yuanlin station


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