- published: 06 Jun 2017
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To celebrate being the host city of the upcoming Universiade 2017 -- the Olympics for international university athletes -- the Taiwanese capital has transformed a six-car train into six different sports venues -- a running track, a soccer pitch, a baseball field, a basketball pitch, a field for throwing sports and a swimming pool. And the eye-popping 3D artworks have inspired a few commuters to dive in. "Many people are still unfamiliar with -- and have never stepped inside -- some of the sports venues, we hope to bring sport closer to their daily life," a spokesperson for the city's Department of Information and Tourism said. "By choosing to revamp a train -- an everyday means of commuting, the public will have the opportunity to participate." The swimming pool car, with a floor that rese...
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Taipei''s push to create a more eco-friendly transportation environment began with the hugely popular Youbike. Now the city wants to broaden the program by offering electric motorbikes and CARS for rent. Taipei Deputy Mayor Charles Lin said all that''s needed for the U-Car program to get started is support from potential partner companies. The contactless payment technology used to rent bicycles in Taipei may soon be applied to a forthcoming car-rental scheme. Taipei is planning a 3-U program to electronically rent bicycles, motorbikes and electric cars. The cars will range from more conventional models to special single-person models, three of which can fit in one parking space. The program’s goal is to promote an energy-efficient city.As part of the plan, the city wants to set up chargi...
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Note the waiting area for scooters in front of the vehicle traffic. Then see how the scooters position themselves for a safe turn to the left instead of crossing oncoming traffic or fighting with cars.
Seen here is a patrol unit of Tamsui precinct leaving Tamsui police station in New Taipei City for an unknown call. A police scooter had also left in the same direction a few minutes earlier. New Taipei City, Republic of China (Taiwan)
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This is a three part video in English showing how to take the road test for a car or motorcycle driver's license in Taipei, Taiwan. This first part covers general rules and then shows the motorcycle road test procedure. Practice the written test here: http://188.8.131.52:8080/driver-sim-test-1.0/test/index.do Road Test Video Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2X3tRH1UFls Road Test Video Part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--ZYkTKyVDM More detail on getting a license: http://www.forumosa.com/taiwan/viewtopic.php?t=11830
Taipei, Taiwan. Reaching the Maokong station at the top of a mountain by using the scenic cable car Maokong Gondola. Amazing view and if you're lucky with the weather you can see the skyscraper Taipei 101: the tallest building in Taiwan. The Maokong Gondola has four passenger stations: - Taipei Zoo - Taipei Zoo South - Zhinan Temple - Maokong MUSIC: Tobu - Rollercoaster http://www.youtube.com/tobuofficial
This is a three part video in English showing how to take the road test for a car or motorcycle driver's license in Taipei, Taiwan. This second part covers the car road test procedure. Practice the written test here: http://184.108.40.206:8080/driver-sim-test-1.0/test/index.do Road Test Video Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jKKDh2LrNI0 Road Test Video Part 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--ZYkTKyVDM More detail on getting a license: http://www.forumosa.com/taiwan/viewtopic.php?t=11830
The Taiwan International Electric Vehicle Show, or EV Taiwan, opened at the World Trade Center today, with brands from around the world putting their latest models on display. Nineteen electric-powered race cars were among the major draws. Everything about this race car, from its design to assembly, is done in Taiwan, with 60 percent of its components sourced in-country. The carmaker says it can go from 0 to 200 kilometers per hour in just 2 seconds. As for electric motorbikes, one vendor is pushing what they call the "Internet of Vehicles," which means a dashboard that can show GPS information as well as the driver''s latest messages.
Taipei has delayed the launch of its public car-rental program, known as U-Car, after city officials decided to make the rental fleet all-electric in response to environmental concerns. The program is now slated to begin testing in the middle of next year, with planners targeting a ultimate goal of 80 rental and return stations across greater Taipei. This local self-service car rental program has already been around for more than two years. It’s accessible for commuters, who can use a smartphone app and an EasyCard to take advantage of it. CommuterI think it’s very convenient. I might come here to rent a car and then return it at another location. Taipei is also hoping to launch its own U-Car car rental program. The original plan was to first roll out U-Car with gas-powered cars by the end...