Taipei Metro suspends services on elevated rail sections

Focus Taiwan
Date: 2017/07/29
By: Tou Kai-hsiang and Romulo Huang

Taipei, July 29 (CNA) Taipei Metro announced on Saturday night the suspension of its

(CNA file photo)

services on elevated rail sections beginning from about 11 p.m. until a new adjustment to be announced depending on weather conditions due to strong wind brought by Typhoon Nesat that made landfall at 7:10 p.m. at Su’ao in northeastern county of Yilan.

The metro’s elevated rail sections are the Wenhu Line, the section between Yuanshan and Tamsui stations on the Tamsui-Xinyi Line, Xinbeitou and Xiaobitan.

Meanwhile, the services on the underground sections of the rapid public transit system will continue but its headway of services will be adjusted in accordance with the weather conditions.    [SOURCE]

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