Taiwan High Speed

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Bannan Line (TRTS) - Stations
... Nangang Taipei ● ● BL17 Nangang 南港 TRA Western Line Nangang Taiwan High Speed Rail Nangang ● ● BL16 Kunyang 昆陽 ● ● BL15 Houshanpi ...
High-speed Rail In Taiwan
... Taiwan High Speed Rail Traditional Chinese 台灣高速鐵路 or 臺灣高速鐵路 Transcriptions Hakka - Romanization Thòi-vàn Kaû-suk Thiet-lu ... With construction managed by a private company, Taiwan High Speed Rail Corporation (THSRC), which also operates the line, the total cost of the project was US$18 billion ... The line opened for service on January 5, 2007, using trains with a top speed of 300 km/h (186 mph), which offer journey times from Taipei to Zuoyingin as short as 96 minutes, cover almost 90% of population and ...
THSR Tainan Station - Overview - Platform Layout
... 4 2A ■ Taiwan High Speed Rail (Southbound) Toward Zuoying 2 ... ■ Taiwan High Speed Rail (Passing tracks) 1 1A ■ Taiwan High Speed Rail (Northbound) Toward Chiayi, Taichung, Taoyuan, Taipei ...
THSR 700T
... The THSR 700T (台灣高鐵700T型電聯車) is high-speed electric multiple unit trainset derived from the Japanese Shinkansen family for Taiwan High Speed ... Series Shinkansen, with the "T" referring to Taiwan. 30 trains were delivered to THSR operator Taiwan High Speed Rail Corporation (THSRC), and are in regular service with a top speed of 300 kilometres per hour (186 mph) since the ...
Blue Line (Taipei Metro) - Stations
... Line Nangang Taipei ● ● BL17 Nangang 南港 TRA Western Line Nangang Taiwan High Speed Rail Nangang ● ● BL16 Kunyang 昆陽 ● ● BL15 Houshanpi ...

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