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Facilities for the Disabled

Facilities Outside the Station

1. Signs for the Disabled

Signs outside stations direct people with disabilities to use wheelchair ramps to access the station.

Signs for the Disabled

2. Tactile Guide Paths for the Visually Impaired

To lead the visually impaired to the station entrance or elevator. However, in line with Taipei City Government’s policy, tactile guide paths for the visually impaired were not installed anymore on the sidewalk outside stations that commenced service after 2008.

Tactile Guide Paths for the Visually Impaired

3. Wheelchair Ramps

Wheelchair ramps are installed for people with disabilities to enter the station safely.

Wheelchair Ramps

4. Parking for the Disabled

Parking for the disabled is offered at all metro station parking lots. The spaces are located near the main entrance to the station.

Parking for the Disabled

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  • Updated: 2015/3/16 16:19
  • Reviewed: 2015/3/16 16:19

  • Source: Taipei Rapid Transit Corporation