Creating a new economic miracle with 12 priority public construction projects
Investment of NT$3.99 trillion over eight years
Provision of 120,000 jobs per year
Island-wide Transportation Network
MRT networks in northern, central, and southern metropolitan areas
Northern metropolitan MRT network: Linking of Taipei MRT with Tucheng, Sanxia, Yingge, Wanhua, Zhonghe, Shulin, Ankeng, Xizhi, and Danhai; Keelung-Taoyuan-Taipei rail links; regional light rail transit network linking Shezi, Shilin, and Beitou.
Central metropolitan MRT network: Linking Taichung, Wuri, Changhua, Fengyuan, Wuqi, Dali, Wufeng, Caotun, and Nantou.
Southern metropolitan MRT network: Chiayi High Speed Rail Station to the urban area; Tainan MRT; extension of Kaohsiung MRT to Gangshan, Luzhu, and Pingtung, and continued construction of latter-stage network.
Elimination of level railway crossings, and transformation of rail lines into rapid transit systems, in northern, central, and southern metropolitan areas
Electrification and double-tracking of the eastern railway.
Purchase of passenger cars for the Neiwan Branch Line of the Taiwan Railway in Hsinchu, the Shalun Branch Line in Tainan, and the East Coast Line
Strengthening of education in language and information, elimination of the urban-rural gap and the digital divide, and encouragement of lifetime learning Investment of NT$10 billion per year, or NT$80 billion over the eight-year period, in the implementation of tuition-free high and vocational school, and the improvement of teachers, facilities, and curricula in technical and vocational schools Implementation of the eight-year, NT$80 billion Advance Toward Elite Universities and Educational Excellence plans with the goal of bringing research results up to world standards
Cultural and Creative Industries
Promotion of the Cultural and Creative Industries Development Act; establishment of cultural, creative, and digital industrial parks; allocation of NT$10 billion from the National Development Fund for start-up investment in enterprises related to cultural and creative industries; earmarking of a budget to provide incentives for operators in the cultural, creative, and digital content industries to engage in international marketing and participate in international exhibitions
Development of a World No. 1 Wireless Broadband Country
Extension of Taipei’s "Wireless City" experience to all major metropolitan areas throughout the country, with the installation of city-wide wireless Internet connectivity; building of a "wireless freeway" that allows remote areas to enjoy the same wireless services as the cities.
Development of an Intelligent Transportation System and Intelligent Living Environment
Development of intelligent transportation management; development of intelligent integrated land, sea, and air transportation; development of intelligent logistics and intelligent customs clearance; development of integrated and intelligent ticketing; and development of intelligent medical care, intelligent safety, intelligent funds-flow, and intelligent e-trading
Taipei-Keelung-Yilan Industrial Innovation Corridor: In addition to the existing Neihu Technology Park and Nangang Software Park, construction of a new Beitou-Shilin Technology Park, Keelung Taipei Consolidated Technology Park, Taipei County Game Industry and Cultural Industrial Park, and Yilan Science Park
Taoyuan-Hsinchu-Miaoli Industrial Innovation Corridor: Accelerated development of the Taoyuan Aviation Technology Park, Longtan base of the Hsinchu Science Park, fourth-stage expansion of the Zhunan base, and Tonglo Defense Technology Park; establishment of "international villages" to attract high-level professionals from overseas
Taichung-Changhua-Nantou Industrial Innovation Corridor: Establishment of a Changhua base of the Central Taiwan Science Park, and of a Central Taiwan branch of the Industrial Technology Research Institute
Yunlin-Chiayi-Tainan Industrial Innovation Corridor: Development of agricultural biotechnology industries southward from the central part of the west coast
Kaohsiung-Pingtung-Penghu Industrial Innovation Corridor: Expansion of the Kaohsiung Software Park into an innovative technology R&D park with residents such as branches of major central government research institutions including the Industrial Technology Research Institute and the Institute for Information Industry
Hualien-Taitung Industrial Innovation Corridor: Provision of assistance to Hualien County in the establishment of a Stone Art Innovation Park, assistance for the development of the deep ocean water industry on the East Coast, and help for Taitung County in the establishment of a deep ocean water industrial park
Northern Taiwan: Implementation of the Capital Center Historical Preservation and Redevelopment Plan and revitalization of the positioning function, and op the Keelung Railway Station and Harbor Shore Renewal Plan
Central Taiwan: Renewal of Zhongxing New Village as a cultural, creative, and high-level R&D Park, and redevelopment of the old site of Shuinan Airport
Southern Taiwan: Harbor Shore Redevelopment Plan at the Mouth of the Love River in Kaohsiung City
Renewal and development of old industrial zones in northern, central, and southern Taiwan
Development of new High Speed Rail stations (Nangang, Miaoli, Changhua, Yunlin) and special station zones
Promotion of enactment of the Agricultural Village Revival Act; allocation of NT$150 billion over 10 years (NT$120 billion over eight years) for implementation of the Agricultural Village Revival Plan, providing care for 600,000 farm families in 4,000 rural communities; establishment of a retirement mechanism for farmers (with the government providing NT$30 billion in interest subsidies); implementation of the Small Landlord, Large Tenant system; encouragement of professional farmers to expand and industrialize their farming operations; and large-scale release of unsuitable farmland under a graded and area management and rational payback mechanism so as to enhance the efficiency of utilization of national land
Cleaning out of sediment from fishing harbors throughout Taiwan on a regular basis, re-engineering of traditional fishing harbors into modern dual-purpose fishing and tourist harbors, and relaxation of restrictions on coastal yachting activities.
Promotion of international investment in the development of coastal scenic spots, and building of coastal living and travel areas; development of cruise-ship tourism and promotion of Kaohsiung, Keelung, and Hualien harbors as ports of call on international cruise routes; and review of protection forests and release of those that present no national security or ecological concerns, so as to enliven the use of coastal land
Afforestion on 60,000 hectares of flatland within eight years, with the provision of a subsidy of NT$120,000 per hectare per year; and development of three 1,000-hectare flatland forest recreation areas in central and southern Taiwan
Overall review of the eight-year. NT$116 billion flood control plan, strengthening of implementation and evaluation, and increase of budget when necessary
Implementation of the Special Act for Gaoping River Rectification, and use of a special fund to control flooding and pollution of the river
Strengthened injection of groundwater to improve the land subsidence situation, implementation of a general forest-fire prevention plan, delineation of areas of mudflow danger and environmental sensitivity, and establishment of a mud-flow monitoring and early-warning system
Allocation of a four-year budget of NT$50 billion for the rebuilding of aboriginal homelands and the promotion of land conservation
Investment of NT$30 billion per year in the construction of sewer lines so as to raise the sewage connection ratio by 3% per year, and strengthened construction of small-scale sewage systems in remote and mountain areas so as to assure the quality of water sources
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