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Designated (land) area near Taoyuan, Hsinchu, Taichung, and Tainan Station of the Taiwan High Speed Rail, that has been successfully marked.09/07
Contract Signing of Automatic Fare Collection System Works for Taoyuan International Airport Access MRT with Contractor10/22
The Groundbreaking Ceremony of Power Supply System for Taoyuan International Airport Access MRT System Construction Project 10/01
“Development and Operation Project of Special Industrial Zone of HSR Taoyuan Station District” Requests for Opinions from Vendors09/30
Two Lots in HSR Hsinchu Station Designated Zone Successfully Sold by Tender09/29
“Tendering Lease of Commercial Zone Land No. 28 and 31 of HSR Taichung Station Area” is won by Nanrenhu Group09/16
Tendering Lease of Commercial Zone Land No. 51 and 57 of HSR Taichung Station Area09/14
Taiwan High Speed Rail Annual Inspection09/10
Construction of main line demonstration track on TIAA MRT Project was
commenced
09/10
Successful sale by tender of six parcels of land in the HSR Taoyuan Station Designated Zone by BOHSR, MOTC08/25
BOHSR Announces Sale by Tender of Land in the HSR Hsinchu Station District08/19
HSR switch malfunction 08/10
BOHSR Responds to Report "The TIAA MRT Project Vast Excavation Leaves Public at Risk"08/05
Explanation of the signal abnormality occurring at HSR turnout 1072 in Taipei on July 29, 2010 07/30
Express trains on the TIAA MRT will still stop at the Wugu Industrial Park Station and Chang Gung Memorial Hospital Station. 07/25
Cross passage of Shield Tunnel of Airport MRT & Bamboo-Cutting foundation Are to Be Completed with Great Expeditiousness07/23
Operation status after THSR Issued Multi-ride and Periodic Tickets in July.07/23
HSR Maintenance Vehicle Derailing Accident07/14
BOHSR to sell land in the HSR Taoyuan Station District by tender07/02
The Salaries of THSRC High Kevel Managers06/24
While maintaining operating safety and passenger comfort, in response to the President's wishes, the Bureau of Taiwan High Speed Rail, MOTC will review the possibility of shortening the travel time of express trains on the TIAA MRT.06/07
The v-shape bridge used for airport MRT system crossing over the Chung-Shan expressway is constructing rashly with all strength. It is anticipated to be completed before August, 2011 06/04
THSRC’s Equity Capital05/18
The President tours Linkou Station to dispel concerns about the TIAA MRT's implementation progress05/16
BOHSR's clarification concerning a media report that HSR track to the south of Changhua has been affected by ground settlement. 05/13
The status of BOHSR’s handling of HSR driver’s sleep disorder05/11
The safety device of THSR train acted successfully.05/10
All road users are requested to obey guide signals and the directions of volunteer traffic police to take detours or change lanes when steel viaduct sections and pre-cast beams are installed for the TIAA MRT Project at night in the Xinzhuang area before the end of this year (2010) 04/16
OHSR's special clarification concerning Next Magazine's report in which unauthorized disclosure of Neihu Line documents is used to accuse the Bureau of throwing the tender to a Japanese vendor. 04/07
Addressing a media report concerning continued ground settlement in the Yunlin area and settlement of HSR track piers, BOHSR states that safety is currently uncompromised. 04/01


 

 

 

 

 

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“Development and Operation Project of Special Industrial Zone of HSR Taoyuan Station District” Requests for Opinions from Vendors:::
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To pave the way for the coming 10 years after the signing of ECFA, the Executive Yuan has listed “Development and Operation Project of Special Industrial Zone of HSR Taoyuan Station District” as one of the flagship projects to invite international companies for investment. In the aim to organize investment projects that meet the investment requirements of the market and at the same time possess high competitiveness, the Bureau of High Speed Railway, MOTC is now requesting the ideas from vendors. The Bureau has also planned to hold a “Symposium on Hearing Ideas from Vendors” on October 7, 2010 10:00am.
The Special Industrial Zone of HSR Taoyuan Station District is located at the joint of HSR and Airport MRT. Through the connection with Taoyuan International Airport, the district shares the dual-axis advantages of an aerospace city. With cross-strait transportation, signing of ECFA, and other policies that eventually bring Taiwanese companies back to Taiwan, multi-national enterprises can base them in Taiwan as the general operation center to develop their potential commercial opportunities. In the long run, the project can transfer the district into a new location for enterprises to seize the markets in China and East Asia. The area of the project is complete and extends as large as 22 hectares. The infrastructure is well equipped and the local government is willing to provide the maximum flexibility of land usage, incentives on development process and plot ratio, and many other incentives and promise private enterprises the best investment environment.
Currently, in order to request the opinions from potential investors, comprehend and learn the requirements on the market, the Bureau announces notification to officially “request the opinions from vendor” as the references in stipulating criteria for investors. Relating announcements are made on the website of the Bureau of High Speed Railway (http://www.hsr.gov.tw). Further, the Symposium on Hearing Ideas from Vendors will be held at October 7, 2010 10:00am at the 2nd Meeting Room on the 10th Floor of Bureau of HSR Building, MOTC (No. 7, Sec. 2, Xian Min Boulevard, Banqiao City, Taipei County). The Bureau welcomes the wide participation of all vendors to submit their suggestions.
For more information on the project, please contact Mr. of Bureau of HSR at 02-8072-3333 ext. 5638 or recruitment advisor, Jones Lang LaSalle at 02-8758-9898.

 

 

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