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Tainan Project
The Tainan Urban District Railway Underground Project was approved by the Executive Yuan in June 2004 as part of the TRA Rapid Transit Systematization in the Metropolitan Areas Project. The project is designed to meet urban renewal needs in the Tainan Station area, integrate city transportation systems, and provide a more convenient and modern transportation system.

The Tainan Project involves the construction of an 8.23-kilometer-long underground rail line from the south end of the Zhonghua Land Bridge (Yongkang Bridge) to the south end of Shengchan Road. The old Tainan Station building was preserved as a historic site. The new Tainan Station was established along with two new commuter stations—Linsen and South Tainan. The project eliminates nine railway crossings and four underpasses.
Tainan Project
link Link: Government Hopes to Increase the Tempo of Underground Railway Engineering for the Tainan Area (Open New Window)
link Link: Tainan Project,Work Officially Got Underway on March 15th of This Year (2017) (Open New Window)
link Link: Minister Hochen Tan presided over the opening ceremony on March 15, 2017 (Open New Window)
Baoan Station 1(Open New Window)
Baoan Station 1
Baoan Station 2 (2012/4/13 updated)(Open New Window)
Baoan Station 2 (2012/4/13 updated)
Tainan station recent picture(Open New Window)
Tainan station recent picture
Tainan station concept plan 1(Open New Window)
Tainan station concept plan 1
Tainan station concept plan 2(Open New Window)
Tainan station concept plan 2

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