• Mass Rapid Transit
  • Transportation & Civil Engineering
  • First Phase Detailed Design DF113 Lot :
    Planning and design of civil engineering
    Detailed design
    Engineering services during construction

The purpose of the Taipei MRT Circular Line is to connect the populated districts of Taipei County, which will enhance commercial activities and easier travel of residents and business activities to and from Taipei City. The line stretches across Wenshan, Xindian, Zhonghe, Banqiao, Xinzhuang, Wugu, Luzhou, Sanchong, Shilin, and Neihu districts.  It will also connect with 11 MRT lines which will further complete the planned MRT network for Taipei City and Taipei County.  Specifically, the first phase of the Taipei MRT Circular Line travels through Xindian, Zhonghe, Banqiao and Xinzhuang districts, connecting with existing MRT lines Xindian Line, Zhonghe Line, Banqiao Line, Xinzhuang Line, planned Airport Line, Wandashulin Line, and Ankeng Line. Phase 1 Lot DF113 starts at the end of Y14 station, runs along Pan-Hsin Road, Hsiang-Ming Avenue, New-Station Road, Wen-Hwa Road, crosses over the Par-Li expressway viaduct, Ming-Sheng Road, Tar-Hang River, Si-Yuan Road, and ends at Wu-Kon Road. The total length is about 6.4 km of elevated viaducts with five elevated stations and three land development area.  MAA Taiwan was engaged by the Department of Rapid Transit System at the end of 2008 to provide planning and design of the viaduct, stations, joint development buildings, land development, civil works, landscaping as well as the detailed design of 5 handicap facilities improvement in the existing Taipei Main Station.


Scope of Services
  • Planning and design track viaduct, elevated stations, temporary bus station and joint development building
  • Planning and design of land development
  • Planning and design of civil engineering
  • Cost estimation and the preparation of tender documents
  • Detailed design of 5 handicap facilities in Taipei main station
  • Engineering services during construction


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