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編輯者: Hsiao-Shih Huang/BOTHSR

Groundbreaking Ceremony of public works in the expropriated zone within special area of HSR Taichung Station NOV. 23, 2001

There are five expropriated zones for construction of the HSR stations respectively in Taoyuan, Hsinchu, Chiayi and Tainan. Among which, groundbreaking ceremony for land-requisition project for the Taichung Station was held in Wujih Township, Taichung County, at 10 a.m., Nov. 23th, 2001. Delegates attending this ceremony included Mr. Fu-shan Wu – deputy chief of the Bureau of Taiwan High Speed Rail, MOTC, and Mr. Yung-lai Liao – magistrate of Taichung County. Besides, the head of Wujih Township and representatives from Taiwan High Speed Rail Corporation and from the contractor, De-Chang Construction Co. also joined the rite.

Mr. Yi-yang Li, who is vice interior minister, MOI, and the host of the ceremony, expressed during his address that among all the five stations, Taichung Stations has the most complicated connection road system and construction interface, and is the last station to start the construction work. He also mentioned that the overall construction of the five stations demonstrates determination of our government to promote national construction as well as to increase job opportunities. It is expected that the expropriated zone of Taichung Station will be a brand new metropolitan area and the place to meet the traffic arteries. With its supreme business and cultural functions, it is also a model for developing neighboring areas, attracting new business as well as promoting industrial upgrading in the central Taiwan areas.

Mr. Ruei-hwan Lio, director of the Land Rezoning Engineering Bureau, MOI, explained in the briefing that the expropriated area for the HSR Taichung station locates within the range of “the expropriated-zone for Wan-tien Bypass of the Freeway” belonging to the administrative area of San-ho Village and Ron-chiuan village, Wujih Township, Taichung County. The land-requisition project for the Taichung station is planned by the MOI, and the Land Rezoning Engineering Bureau is responsible for bidding and construction work. Due to concern for the duration of the construction and its scale, it is divided into 4 tenders and the total development area measure is up to 200 hectares. The groundbreaking ceremony held today is for the 2nd and 3rd tenders, with construction area measure respectively 52 ha. and 83 ha.. Construction components include land surfacing, road works, drainage works, tap-water works, sewage works, public illumination, embedding works of the conventional/civil-use pipes and lines (including electricity, telecommunications, gas, IT cable, etc) and so on. De-chang Construction Co. is the contractor. Estimated construction duration is 750 calendar days. Estimated completion date will be by Dec.12th, 2003. Tendering for the 1st and 4th construction has been finished, the following work of bidding will be proceeded in the future.



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