What are the regulations on carry-on objects and size of luggage?
Source:Taipei Rapid Transit Corporation
Luggage and carry-ons should comply with the following regulations: (1) Passengers must not obstruct other passengers with their carry-on luggage, and must stay by its side at all times; (2) The size of any carry-on object may not exceed 165cm on its longest side, and the sum of its length, width and height may not exceed 220cm. however, this regulation does not apply to wheelchairs, electric wheelchairs, strollers, bicycles, surfboards, and other carry-on objects approved by the TRTC; (3) The maximum number of balloons allowed onto the trains is 5 per person. The longest side of any balloon may not exceed 50cm. (4) Vehicles, electric wheelchairs, electric scooters or other similar motorized tools are not allowed within Taipei Metro premises. However, passengers holding disability ID or with prior permission from the TRTC may use assisted devices such as regular or electric wheelchairs, to travel at speeds below 5kmph within the stations; (5) Bicycles are not allowed in stations or trains unless they are foldable and properly packaged (including traditional bicycles and power-assisted bicycles, which must be switched off. The size of the bicycle may not exceed 165cm on the longest side, and the sum of the length, width and height may not exceed 220cm), or conform to the “Stipulations for Passengers with Bicycles”; (6) Carts and other similar tools are not permitted on the Taipei Metro; (7) Carry-on surfboards may not exceed 180cm on the longest side. Tail rudders, foot ropes, and other protruding items must be removed and stowed away during the journey. Surfboards between 165 and 180cm long are only admitted on the Taipei Metro during public holidays. Passengers with surfboards should travel on the first and last carriages only, and should not use the escalators.