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Taoyuan Metro

Taoyuan Metro
Overview
Locale Taoyuan and New Taipei, Taiwan
Transit type Rapid transit
Number of lines 1 under construction,
5 planned
Website .Taoyuan Metro Corp (Chinese)
Operation
Operation will start December 2015
Operator(s) Taoyuan Metro Corporation
Technical
System length 186.1 km (115.6 mi) (planned total, except Taolin Line and Taipei Metro Sanying Line)
Track gauge 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in) (all lines except Red Line)
1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in) (Red Line only)
Plan Map

Taoyuan Metro
Traditional Chinese 桃園捷運
Taoyuan Mass Rapid Transit System
Traditional Chinese 桃園都會區大眾捷運系統

Taoyuan Metro (formerly Taoyuan Rail Transit and officially Taoyuan Mass Rapid Transit System) is a proposed rapid transit system for the Taoyuan area in Taiwan.[1] The proposed network will consist of five lines. A section of Blue Line has merged into the Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport Access MRT System and is under construction, while the surplus is still in the planning phase.

Contents

  • Lines and stations 1
  • Blue Line 2
    • Construction 2.1
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Lines and stations

All lines will use standard gauge track, with the exception of the Red Line which will use 3 ft 6 in (1,067 mm) track as it will use the right-of-way of a part of the TRA Western Line. The Taolin Line segment of the Brown Line from Taoyuan to Shanbi is intended to be built as a bus rapid transit route.
Line Termini Length (km) Total
Length (km)
Status
Taoyuan Airport MRT Taipei Sanchong 4.1 53.5 Under construction
Sanchong Huanbei 47.4 Under construction
Huanbei Zhongli 2.04 Planning
Blue Airport Terminal 2 Huanbei 17 25.4 Under construction
Huanbei Zhongli 2.04 Planning
Zhongli Bade 6.36 Planning
Red Fengming Zhongli 15.95 29.3 Under construction
Zhongli Beihu 13.35 Planning
Green Main Line Danan/Bade Kengkou/Hengshan 27.2 37.2 Planning
Daxi Line Bade Daxi 10 Planning
Orange Main Line Shanzaiding Huiji Jr High 22.7 28.7 Planning
Longtan Line Shanzaiding Longtan 6 Planning
Brown Taolin Line Taoyuan Shanbi 12.5 24.5 Planning
Huilong Line Taoyuan Huilong 12 Planning
Taipei Metro:
Sanying Line
Dingpu Fengming Jr High 13.2 18.6 Planning
Fengming Jr High Danan 5.4 Planning
Route map

Blue Line

Linghang Station under construction (as of July 2010).
Code Station Name Connection Location
Taoyuan MRT Blue Line
Stage 1 - Under construction
A14 Airport Terminal 3 機場第三航廈 Dayuan Taoyuan County
A14a Airport Hotel 機場旅館
A15 Dayuan 大園 Green Line
A16 Hengshan 橫山
A17 Linghang 領航
A18 THSR Taoyuan Station 高鐵桃園站 Taiwan High Speed Rail Zhongli
A19 Taoyuan Sports Park 桃園體育園區
A20 Xingnan 興南
A21 Huanbei 環北
Stage 2 - Taoyuan MRT Blue Line (planned extension)
A22 Yongxing Park 永興公園 Zhongli Taoyuan County
A23 Zhongli 中壢 TRA Western Line

Construction

In March 2011, the Bureau of High Speed Rail, which oversees construction of the project, announced that the 11.4 km (7.1 mi)-long elevated structure from Dayuan Station (A15) to Xingnan Station (A20) had been completed.[2] The rest of the Taoyuan Line passed an environmental impact assessment in July 2014. Construction is expected to last from June 2015 to 2019.[3]

See also

References

  1. ^ "桃園都會區大眾捷運系統". Department of Rapid Transit Systems. 2008-07-01. Retrieved 2010-06-19. 
  2. ^ 《交通》機場捷運大園至中壢路段高架橋全部合龍 (in Chinese). 中時電子報. 2011-03-07. Retrieved 2011-03-07. 
  3. ^ Chiu, Chun-chin; Holzer, Wesley; Kao, Evelyn (17 July 2014). "Taoyuan MRT green line passes evaluation, could be finished by 2019". Central News Agency. Retrieved 17 July 2014. 

External links

  • Taoyuan Metro Corp. – official website (Chinese)
  • Taoyuan MRT by the Transportation Department, Taoyuan County Government


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