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Green Line Extension

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List of Stations and Their Location

No. LocationStation TypeTransfer Route
GE01Bade District's "Jiande Road to Kanding Road" opens up a new road (originally the living areas of Road No.6)Elevated
GE02Zhongshan East Road Section 4, Zhongli District (vicinity of Cian 10th Village)Underground
GE03Zhongshan East Road Section 3, Zhongli District (vicinity of Fu Tai Elementary School)Underground
GE04Zhongshan East Road Section 2, Zhongli District and Zhongli's Carrefour's vicinityUnderground
GE05Vicinity of Zhongli's Huanzhong East Road and Xingfu Street (Zhongli Sports Park)Underground
GE06Vicinity of Zhongli's Huanzhong East Road and Longgang Road intersectionUnderground
GE07Vicinity of Zhongli's Zhongbei Road and Jianxing Road intersectionUndergroundTransfer to MRT Airport Line A23 Station and Taiwan Railways Zhongli Station

(Currently, the location of the stations have not been finalized and are for reference only. It is still subject to the results approved by the Central Government)

MRT Green Line - G01 Station Extension to Zhongli

(The following planning information has not been finalized and is for reference only. It is still subject to the comprehensive plan approved by the Central Government)

  1. Brief route description and introduction
    (1) The Project's Origin:
    Taking into account the future urban development of Taoyuan and the improvement of the usage rate of the mass transit transport, this project can be used to link the Taoyuan Airport MRT and the Taoyuan MRT Green Line that would combine the benefits of urban renewal and land development along the line to improve the accessibility of the overall traffic network in Taoyuan City, to improve the entirety transportation road network accessibility and to improve the public transportation benefits so to achieve the vision of sustainable transport development.

    (2) Project Contents:
    The starting point of this project's planned route is MRT Green Line G01 Station in Bade District extending westwards towards Zhongli, all along Jiande Road to Kanding Road, a newly-opened road (originally the living areas around Road No.6) and using elevated MRT construction techniques to connect Xiaolipo before going underground to connect Zhongshan East Road, Zhongli District. From Zhongshan East Road and Huanzhong East Road intersection, then turns left onto Huanzhong East Road Section 2 until Huangzhong East Road and Longgang Road intersection before turning right to connect Longgang Road Section 2. And finally, it goes on a straight line through Jianxing Road to the terminal point, GE07 Station. In future, this route will be linked to Airport MRT A23 Station and Taiwan Railways Zhongli Station. The total length of the planned line is around 7.2 kilometers, with 7 MRT stations (6 underground stations, 1 elevated station). The total requested budget was NT$35.048 billion, with a self-liquidating ratio of 26.01%, a central government subsidy of NT$12.599 billion, a total of NT$22.449 billion (including land use fees) from the Taoyuan City Government and NT$9.165 billion of self-financing.

    (The planning information has not been finalized and is for reference only. It is still subject to the results approved by the Central Government)
  2. Project Management Status
    (1) This Government presented the project's Feasibility Analysis Report, for the first time, to the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) on April 18th, 2017 for deliberation and based on the MOTC's couple of written documentary review feedbacks dated 20 June 2017 and 30 October 2017 and the revised Preliminary Opinions of 7 February 2018, the MOTC was requested to re-examine on 5 July 2018. The Ministry of Transportation and Communications held a Committee Meeting on 5 December 2018. This Government is, right now, revising the design contents of the project in accordance with the opinions of the relevant units of the Committee.

    (2) This Government endeavored to have the project assessed by the Central Government in 2019. It is expected that the comprehensive plan will be approved 2 years after the feasibility study is assessed and will be fully completed and opened to traffic 8 years after the approval of the comprehensive plan report.

MRT Green Line - G01 Station Extension to Daxi

(The following planning information has not been finalized and is for reference only. It is still subject to the comprehensive plan approved by the Central Government)

  1. Brief route description and introduction
    (1) The Project's Origin:
    Daxi District is one of the most important tourist and recreational areas in Taoyuan, it is also a node connecting the North-Cross Island Highway in Fuxing District. Whenever there are rush hours and the incoming traffic is full of holiday passengers, traffic congestion occurs. The project links the MRT Green Line and the City's Metro route map to fully make use of its benefits, create quality public transportation services and the environment conducive to tourism to bring about the development of the City.

    (2) Project Contents:
    The Project feasibility study plans to extend from MRT Green Line G01 Station to Daxi Puding Transfer Station (presently the Puding Barracks area) with a corridor length of 4.0km. The critical analysis will examine the transportation needs from Bade to Daxi and consider the overall urban development, the Daxi District's public transport and transportation planning along the topographic line, engineering feasibility, cost of construction, financial benefits and local people's opinion and so on. Propose a suitable route and a feasible scheme for the station.

    MRT Green LIne G01 Station / Puding Transfer Station
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  2. Project Management Status

    (1) Since August 2017, the Government has handled the feasibility study of the MRT Green Line Extension to Daxi, it has been reviewed and has being completed revisions , Now is in the final processing period.

    (2) It is expected that the feasibility study report will be completed in 2019 and sent to the Central Government for deliberation and approval in 2020 while the comprehensive plan will be approved 2 years after the feasibility study is assessed and will be fully completed and opened to traffic 7 years after the approval of the comprehensive plan report.