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Old Posted Nov 6, 2008, 5:29 PM
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Construction of the Gate of Taipei can only begin after the bus station has been relocated to itaipei. My best guess would be sometime in early 2010.
Is iTaipei that building, the one that looks like four?
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桃園國際機場聯外捷運線ca450b標

臺北車站特定區c1/d1大樓與臺北站共構土木結構及電梯、電扶梯工程順利決標(2008.11.28)



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桃園國際機場聯外捷運線ca450b標臺北車站特定區 C1/d1大樓與臺北站共構土木結構及電梯、電扶梯工程順利決標



桃園國際機場聯外捷運線「ca450b標臺北車站特定區c1/d1大樓與臺北站共構土木結構及電梯、電扶梯工程」第二次招標,



於11月21日正式公告發售標案,在今(28)日開標,共有3家廠商參與投標,



由互助營造股份有限公司以新臺幣玖拾參億伍仟捌佰萬元整得標。



機場線ca450b標為臺北站(a1車站)及聯開大樓地面主體工程,位於臺北站特定專用區c1及d1東半街廓基地上,



為地下四層之建築,地下第四層為停車場,地下第三層為桃園機場捷運a1車站之月台層,地下二層、一層為車站大廳層,



其基地上方為兩棟商業聯開大樓,c1街廓大樓為地上56層大樓, D1東半街廓基地大樓為地上76層大樓,

The underground construction which contain Taipei main station and Gate of Taipei is going to start.

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have they even started laying out foundations?
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thanks for the new post. are they going to build this sucker already??
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Still waiting for MRT A1 station complete , the reason is it is part of Gate of Taipei foundation and basement and also the removal of bus interchange in
D1 site which will be relocated in I-Taipie.
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Still waiting for MRT A1 station complete , the reason is it is part of Gate of Taipei foundation and basement and also the removal of bus interchange in
D1 site which will be relocated in I-Taipie.
but isnt gate of taipei right across the street from taipei main station? why do they need another mrt station under gate of taipei?
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but isnt gate of taipei right across the street from taipei main station? why do they need another mrt station under gate of taipei?
A1 refers specifically to the Airport Access MRT stop, which is accessible via underground passage from Taipei Main Station, but will be directly under these towers. I'm assuming they probably ran out of space at TMS, or maybe having a separate area for the Airport Link is better logistically as TMS is already congested and overburdened. Moving the bus hub away from TMS will also do well to remove congestion in that area.
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but isnt gate of taipei right across the street from taipei main station? why do they need another mrt station under gate of taipei?
It will be just like Hong Kong. In Hong Kong you can take the Express train from the Airport to Central Station on Hong Kong Island. But once you get to Central Station you have to walk under a long tunnel to access the MTR.
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Beimen - Taipei Aiport MRT Terminal -Taipei Main Station
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Does anyone know when the bus terminal will be moved to iTaipei? Honestly, the current one is horrible.

No air conditioning? You kidding me, feels like walking into a furnace.
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Does anyone know when the bus terminal will be moved to iTaipei? Honestly, the current one is horrible.

No air conditioning? You kidding me, feels like walking into a furnace.
Sadly, the bus companies find there is problem for circulation of ITaipei. They also find the bus driver is hard to drive the bus inside ITaipei.
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I was told by a Ho-Hsin Staff member that they should be moving over there in July.
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cool!!! finally some construction!!

you know something i noticed about construction projects in taiwan: they dont seem to build big holes in the ground but build right on the surface. is that right? dont they need to build foundations below ground and space for a parking garage?

if you check out construction projects in this forum like in new york city, they tend to build huge holes tens of feet below the surface.
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They excavate the site first and dig a couple of holes on it. One of these holes is use to remove underground water. And then they put the continous retaining wall in remain two hole and pour concrete into. I think underground foundation is in process and we can not see from the surface.

(Continous retaining wall is about 50m deep....)

For information, I think we need to ask engineer....
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