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Construction and Planning
I. Construction and Planning Agency Organization
  The Construction and Planning Agency (CPA) consists of fifteen operational entities, including six major departments, four administrative offices and five units, which we use for temporary purposes. They are the Division of Planning, Urban Planning, National Parks, Public Housing, Building Administration, Public Works and Personnel Office, Civil Service Ethics Office, Accounting Office, Secretariat, and units for specific tasks such as Senior Technician's Office, Information Management Office, Public Relations Office, New Town Construction Division and Urban Regeneration Division. In accordance with government functional adjustments, the CPA merged the Taiwan Provincial Construction and Planning Department in July 1999. There are also eight subordinate agencies under the CPA, which are the Urban and Rural Development Branch, and seven National Park Headquarters for Kenting, Yushan, Yangmingshan, Taroko, Shei-pa, Kinmen, Marine and the Taijiang National Parks, respectively.
II. Comprehensive Planning
1. National Land Use Administration
(1) The CPA drafted the "National Land Use Planning Act" , in order to reinforce the preservation of environmentally sensitive areas and to increase the effectiveness of land use control.
(2) We continued execution of the "National Land Use Monitoring Program" , using remote sensing images to detect changes of land use throughout our coastline. The following analysis showed, in 2010, that the proportion of artificial and natural coastline of Taiwan was 43.92% and 56.08%, and we will survey these results in order to achieve the target of maintaining the proportions of our natural coastline.
2. Enactment of the "Coastal Act"
  The CPA/MOI has drafted the "Coastal Act" ; and submitted it to the Legislative Yuan. Once enacted, this "Coastal Act" will be the fundamental law for coastal zone management. We will build an effective, functional system, with which to integrate our protection, preservation and management affairs among relevant authorities. Further, relying on the new legislation, we will rigorously implement the management of coastal lands of this country, in consideration of the protection, preservation and development of these areas.
3. Management of Construction Produced Soil
(1) Our guide local governments to the enactment of laws governing the processing and reuse of construction produced soil.
(2) Assistance in the establishment of 151 produced soil treatment plants; currently with a total capacity of eighty-eight million cubic meters of construction produced soil.
(3) We also have established a mechanism for exchange and use of construction produced soil among projects to enhance construction produced soil reuse. In addition, the CPA subsidized a total of seven local governments to establish construction produced soil disposal management plans and more surplus soil treatment plants.
4. Review of Non-urban Land Development Projects
  In 2010, thirteen development projects (covering a total land area of 413 hectares) were officially sanctioned while twenty-two projects were still in the approval process. These developments shall provide the bases for the production, research and developmental needs of the photonics, precision machinery, physical distribution, biotechnology, and various related industries, as well as for educational facilities and also for upgrading the quality of tourism and recreation facilities.
III. Urban Planning and Construction
1. Producing the Landscape Law (draft)
  The Landscape Law (draft) aims at the improvement of the living environment and urban landscape, by means of guidelines for local governments, the designation of target landscape areas, landscape plans and environment improvement projects with the purpose of actively reforming our landscape and environmental characteristics. At the same time, we are actively encouraging public participation in order to activate our environmental improvement projects.
2. Addition/Revision of Urban Planning Rules and Regulations
We are currently undergoing:
(1) Regarding urban renewal, the CPA has revised the Article 6, 16 and 17 of "Regulations of Urban Building Capacity Transfer" on 5 November, 2010.
(2) In order to cope with the impact of climate change and energy, reduce carbon emissions and other environmental issues, and to establish the urban planning concept of the current eco-city, energy conservation and carbon reduction, to turn toward a sustainable development city, we have revised the "Regulations for the Periodical overall Review of Urban Planning" on 6 January, 2011.
3. Expediting the Evaluation of Urban Planning Projects
  In 2010, the Urban Planning Commission (UPC) summoned participants to a total of twenty-five meetings and during these conferences, the UPC evaluated and reviewed 327 urban planning projects that had passed the initial approval stage from local city and county governments.
4. Model Plans of Taiwan Urban and Rural Landscape Planning
  Our Model Plans for Taiwan Urban and Rural Landscape Planning establish the key subsidy principles and priorities pertaining to main landscape areas, low-use areas and individual communities, and focus systematically and connectively on the integration of various projects proposed by these areas and the communities involved, thus progressively achieving and promoting the goals of giving these homelands new cultural identities with greenery and fine views. A total subsidy of $1.827 billion in 2009 was distributed to 634 landscape improvement projects among twenty-five local governments.
IV. Urban Regeneration
1. In 2010, our government guided urban regeneration investments into admirable performances -- six projects with modified urban plans and nine published in investment bulletins. On the other hand, the contracting institute, by mainly helping with the integration of privately oriented projects, also achieved some favorable results with eight draft plans being approved and with twelve undergoing review processes.
2. A total of 744 of these privately oriented projects had been submitted to apply for F.A.R. (Floor Area Ratios) incentives by the end of 2010, among which 254 projects were approved, twelve passed necessary reviews, 226 were undergoing application processes, and 252 projects were under ownership integration processing.
3. In 2010, 161 publicly owned buildings among twenty-four local governments were subsidized for facade renovation while fourteen local governments were subsidized to level building arcades with a total estimated length of 10,000 meters.
4. The Executive Yuan approved "The Action Plan for the Urban Regeneration Industry" in 2010, and the central and local governments will invest NT$18.46 billion over the next four years.
V. National Parks Planning and Environmental Conservation
1. National Park Operations and Management
(1) Kenting National Park
  In 2010, Kenting National Park Headquarters discovered and recorded nearly sixty new species and seventeen other living organisms.
  Our measure to protect land crabs by shrinking vehicular carriageways is also very innovative. There are twenty anchorages available to help decrease by at least 2,300 times anchoring on the seabed. To diminish damages to coral reefs, the headquarters has also banned illegal fishing nets for 4,120 meters. Our Park Eco-tour not only attracts more than 2,000 people but also enables the community to earn at least NT $500,000. We have cleaned over 1,215 kilograms of trash from the ocean. In the process of which we cut sixty hectares of White Popinac. The Ministry is encouraging purchases of land for ecological protection and also the designation of seven hectares for special scenic areas thus increasing the domestic ownership proportion to 1/2676. We held our "The Voice of the Ocean-Environmental Friendly Concert" and campaigns, highlighting the protection of migratory raptors against illegal hunting. We issued our publication featuring "Fish Illustrations in Kenting National Park". We have also developed a radar system for tracking raptors. Auto-monitoring machines now exist to forecast coral bleaching. We are sponsoring interpretation and environmental educational programs with Information Communications Technology (ICT). The Ministry has issued extra publications of our Eagle Watching Green Life Map brochures with QR-CODE mobile video interpretations. Community partnership improvement: We are enforcing twenty-two cases of community conservation and environmental improvement plans.
(2) Yushan National Park
collaboration between the YSNP and Adamello Brenta Nature Park in Italy  In 2010, the Yushan National Park (YSNP) Headquarters received several national recognitions, including the Second Government Service Quality Award, National Publication Award, and the Excellent Website Award of the Ministry of the Interior. An epic documentary film of alpine biodiversity "in Taiwan, above the Clouds" was completed and released the same year. The YSNP Headquarters also held a couple of major events. "Composition Competition of Yushan Songs" which resulted in the release of an MV album entitled "The Songs of Yushan" . Many articles have also been entered into the "When nights fall on Yushan" competition.
  In terms of international recognition, the YSNP Headquarters has been actively engaged in the New Seven Wonders of the World Nature campaign. To this end, Yushan entered the last runoff selection in 2011. The signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) of collaboration between the YSNP and Adamello Brenta Nature Park in Italy took conservation diplomacy to a new level, yet another major achievement by the YSNP Headquarters.
  As part of conservation efforts, the YSNP Headquarters researchers discovered six new species of snails in Yushan. There are approximately 560 bird species in Taiwan, among which 189 species accounts for one-third of the birds identified in a park survey.
  The YSNP Headquarters constantly strives to find ways to improve services for its visitors. To furnish convenient and fast facilities, the YSNP Headquarters has streamlined its application process by combining the "Park Entry Permit" and "Mountain Entry Permit" applications into a single form, by establishing an RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) park entry management system, and also by issuing Certificates of Reaching Yushan Summit promptly to those who have accomplished this feat.
(3) Yangmingshan National Park
The implementation of eco-tour guidance plans in Yangmingshan National Park – the rise of tree and pastoral eco-tour  To protect the unique landscape and ecological environment of the Mt. Dutun Volcano Group in Yangmingshan National Park, the park headquarters carried out the "Mt. Dutun Volcano Group Monitoring Plan" and also performed research and conservation regarding endemic species (Taiwanese's Isoetes and butterfly). In addition, to offer more opportunities for public tourism experiences and also to advocate ecology conservation concepts within this national park, headquarters also cooperated with local schools and communities to hold seminars for Ecology Conservation Research, and also hold a series of activities such as Butterfly Festival and Summer Marathon in the park, Ecology Conservation Lectures, Bicycle Tours, and Summer Camps for children. Furthermore, to advance the opportune transformation and promotion of Yangmingshan National Park, headquarters introduced a new information communication technology and built a 3D-Online-Platform, offering information regarding hiking trails, ecological photographs and films so that visitors can view scale models through this platform.
  In order to build and strengthen trust between local residents and the park headquarters through forming a mutually satisfactory partnership, the park headquarters is now organizing the Third Yangmingshan National Park Plan Review, the ultimate objective of which is to develop our vision of conserving the ecological systems of northern Taiwan and establishing the core values of natural and cultural landscapes and habitant ecologies.
(4) Taroko National Park
  In 2010, Taroko National Park continued to pursue our national parks conservation objectives, carried out mountain patrols, repaired trails and facilities and handled various emergencies; to promote environmental conservation education, various ecological, natural landscape maintenance, interpretations and environmental education plans were executed thus helping farmers in the park convert to organic farming. To promote community participation in park management and facility maintenance, the Taroko Tribal Music Festival was held and Su-hua Old Road was repaired; recreation safety in Taroko Gorge was improved, and advance booking of visits to popular tourist spots was introduced to reduce crowding; we also established the National Park Mountaineering School to promote mountaineering education; environmental education activities for children were held to nurture awareness of the natural world at a young age; snow season services were improved and appropriate guidance was also provided; various ecosystem monitoring works were instituted and a metadata database of research data was established to extend the life of research data and increase the scope of applications.
(5) Formosan Landlocked Salmon Shei-pa National Park
  In order to strengthen its management and operational works, Shei-pa National Park will proceed with the Secondary Overall Review of the Shei-pa National Park Plan. This park, moreover, will endeavor to promote ecotourism, conservation research, and nature landscape preservation. In addition, the park will further cement its partnership relationship with the local indigenous people in order to assist them to keep passing down their culture to newer generations. By continuing the habitat restoration projects of the Formosan Landlocked Salmon (Oncorhynchus masou formosanus) and Guanwu Salamander (Hynobius fuca), as well as the improved construction of various environmental education facilities, the park aims to make its future eco-centers to be important platforms for international conservation research and environmental interpretation of these two protected species.
(6) Kinmen National Park
  Kinmen National Park achieved several encouraging outcomes in 2010, which marked recognition of KMNP's continuous efforts in public communications and administrative efficiency. The documentary film "Great Cormorants" and the book "Military Life in Kinmen" both received the Second National Publication Award, while the park headquarters archive management attained the Eighth Archives Management Quality Award. The broadcasting program "Kinmen National Park Environmental Education" was nominated for categories "Best Program" and "Outstanding Host" for Broadcast Golden Bell Awards 2010. In addition, military relics including the L-36 Fortress on Leiyu Island, the Reception Hall, and the Military Brothel Exhibition Hall were reopened to the public after renovation.
(7) Marine National Park
The Minister inaugurated the Dongsha Management Station of Dongsha Atoll National Park  The Minister of the Interior inaugurated the Dongsha Management Station of Dongsha Atoll National Park in July 2010. On the same day, the Marine National Park Headquarters signed a memorandum of understanding with National Sun Yat-sen University, to establish a research partnership with this academic institute so as to enhance the station's in situ research ability. Concerning achievements related to conservation and research, several projects were completed, such as restoration indicators for Dongsha Atoll coral reef ecosystem, restoration of landscapes of Dongsha Island and native vegetation, spatial distribution and community structures of fish in Dongsha Atoll, and the survey on benthic biological resources on the Dongsha reef flat. The National Park Committee approved drafts for feasibility evaluation and proposed boundaries regarding the promotion of prospective marine national parks, including Penghu Southern Four Islands Marine National Park and Northern Three Islands Marine National Park. In addition, the Marine National Park Headquarters is publishing many books for the purpose of environmental education, including Donsha Atoll National Park, Green Island Fish Guide, Dongsha: the Blue Coral Sea, and six other booklets. Furthermore, the headquarters conducted four sessions of marine conservation forums, and organized educational programs on marine conservation for local elementary schools and junior highs schools.
(8) Taijiang National Park
  Taijiang National Park Headquarters has spent the past year devoting to the following efforts: Actively promoting a Homestead Guarding Circle Project with neighboring communities; conducting "Entertainment Fishing-rafts Design Competition" at Qigu Lagoon in Taijiang National Park; conducting two research programs for historical investigation and preservation for Taijiang National Park and its border areas a systematic development research planning for resource integration; holding "Black-faced Spoonbills Lottery" to calculate their arriving data; holding "Ancient Maps of Taijiang" exhibition and seven speeches related to historical conservation; visiting elementary schools to foster environmental education; recruiting and training two batches of volunteers interpreters and holding charting ceremonies for the first batch; conducting "Engagement with the National Park" environmental education activities; cleaning and fostering forestation of WanZaiLiao sandbank; making the first 3D introduction film of Taijiang National Park; the refurbishing of the black-faced spoonbill bird-watching pavilion; holding the first anniversary celebration ceremony of Taijiang National Park Headquarters and the opening of Liukong Station and Tourist Center, providing visitors general services and a chance to interact with staffs.
(9) Taichung Metropolitan Park
  In order to provide tourists a quality recreational area, the public restrooms in the park were improved, facilities in the audio room were replaced, and population counters were added at the entrances of the park. In addition, we repaired the ecological pond to strengthen its preservation and the functions of environmental education. "Dance of Flowers and Butterflies" , the park introductory video, was published to help expound park services. We also organized "Public Shows for Holidays 2010" to upgrade the artistic atmosphere within this park. In 2010, forty-eight philanthropic events, twelve of which were attended by over 1,000 participants, used the park for free to host their activities while guided tours attracted 7,341 people-times among 298 academic groups in the same year.
(10) Kaohsiung Metropolitan Park
  Kaohsiung Metropolitan Park is the first large metropolitan park in Taiwan, spanning the boundaries between the Nanzih District and Ciaotou District of Kaohsiung City. The Second Stage of the Forest and Botanical Area, originally used by the Chingpu Waste Landfill site for burying refuse, has now been transformed into a beautiful forest environment. It officially opened on 19 April, 2009 and combined with the First Stage of the Sports Activity Area, covers an area of about ninety-five hectares. It provides residents of the Kaohsiung metropolitan area a place for outdoor leisure and recreation, enriches the city landscape, and improves the quality of the local environment. The park's design incorporates ideals of urban woodlands and ecological planning, making it the first park in Taiwan to combine fully both environmental protection and recreation. Significant achievements in 2010: The KMP attracts about 1,200,000 person-times a year who enjoy its recreational activities, in order to promote the concepts of lifelong learning, we hold the lecture course and inhabitation per month, which generates positive feedback among our visitors. Furthermore, the park administrators are gradually reconstructing park facilities, as well as continuing to strive for a higher quality park service and environment.
VI. Public Housing
1. We are implementing the "Integrating Housing Relevant Funds Program"
(1) In 2010, the "Integrating Housing Subsidy Resource Enforcement Program" approved 4,713 households with subsidized interest loans for homebuyers, 46,920 households with subsidized rents, and 1,401 households with subsidized restoration loans. In 2011, the program is providing 10,000 households with subsidized loans for homebuyers, 24,000 households with subsidized rents, and 5,000 households with subsidized restoration loans.
(2) We are now drafting the "Housing Act" .
(3) The MOI is persistently engaging in ongoing efforts in the establishment of our Housing Information System, e-house website and real prices website, and we are also periodically releasing information relevant to the project.
2. In 2010, the "Housing Subsidies for Youth Program" approved 19,475 households with subsidized loans at zero interest for first two years for homebuyers and 9,086 households with subsidized rents. In 2011, the program will present 20,000 household subsidized loans at zero interest for first two years for homebuyers and 15,000 households with subsidized rents.
3. Since 1999 three low-interest subsidized loans programs of amounts of 150 billion NTD, 1800 billion NTD and 400 billion NTD were conducted, and specified amounts loans of these programs were used out. The MOI is continuously engaging in making available low-interest subsidized loans to homebuyers, in which over 1,090,000 households actually received these benefits up to December of 2010.
4. We are currently addressing our previous unfinished public housing programs, promoting the sale of unsalable public housing, and strengthening the collection and checking of public housing loans. A total of 679 households public housing were sold in 2010.
5. To promote social housing policy, we published the first-stage segment of our "Social Housing Implementing Program" on 15 November, 2010. It includes five places which are: Wanhua District Qingnian Section, Songshan District Baoqing Section, Sanchong District Datongnan Section, Sanchong District Tongancuo Section, and Jhonghe District Xiufeng Section. For the sake of integrated policy and meeting the needs of users, we held North, Central, and Southern forums during December 2010.
6. "Action plan to improve common peoples lives-The plan of recruiting companies to invest in the construction of affordable housing at the airport MRT A7 Station Area" was approved by the Executive Yuan on 7 July, 2010. In August, we also determined the bidding content of contract drafts, bidding instructions, operating norms and so on. Next, we will act in concert with recruiting companies after finishing decompiling slopeland and zone expropriation operations.

Table 8-1 Public Housing

Unit: Household


Integrating Housing Relevant Funds Program Housing Subsidies for the Youth Program No. of Sale
Public House
Interest Loans
Interest Loans
for Two Years
2007 3 201 2 338 12 000 1 452
2008 6 506 2 353 23 108 1 018
2009 4 998 1 695 23 119 14 585 7 073 1 430
2010 4 713 1 401 46 920 19 475 9 086 679
Note: The "Youth Housing Subsidies Program" was started in 2009.
VII. Building Management
1. Study and Amendment of Building Management Laws
(1) Amendment of thirteen articles regarding parking spaces, factory buildings, and green construction criteria in the Construction Design and Engineering Section of the Building Technical Regulations.
(2) Establishment of the "Directions for Demolition of Buildings" , "Guidelines for Enhancement of Hillside Residence Safety" , and "Principles Governing Access to Information on Hillside Residences Listed as Requiring Particular Supervision of Special Municipality and County/City Governments" ; establishment and promulgation of the "Criteria for Exemption of Miscellaneous License Applications for Reusable Energy Facilities" in conjunction with the Ministry of Economic Affairs; and establishment and promulgation of the "Regulations for Recognition of Business Expenses or Losses Resultant from Donations to Cultural and Creative Activities" in conjunction with the Council for Cultural Affairs, Ministry of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, and Government Information office.
(3) Amendment of twenty-three sets of regulations or guidelines including the "Areas in Buildings Allowed for Public Use" , "Regulations on Division of Statutory Vacant Land in Building Site(s)" , "Regulations Governing Management of Building Interior Renovation" , "Building Permit Application Evaluation Forms" , "Categories and Management of Reusable Construction Waste", "Post-Disaster Risky Building Alert Form, Post-Disaster Risky Building Assessment Detail List, and Post-Disaster Risky Building Condition Assessment Table" , and "Regulations for Confirmation and Filing of Building Public Safety Inspections" .
2. Promotion and Guidance Regarding Green Buildings
(1) We subsidized eighteen county/city governments and the competent authorities of various buildings in the promotion of green buildings and the establishment of a green-building random inspection system.
(2) We also funded and provided for thirteen civic organizations to conduct green building improvements and demonstrative works in assisting fifteen civic organizations to perform green building improvement diagnoses and reconstruction evaluations.
(3) The Ministry hosted four sessions pertaining to representations on the green building electronic assessment system respectively in Northern, Central, Southern, and Eastern Taiwan, which attracted a total of 708 attendants.
3. Architect Management
(1) Amendment of the Draft of the Architects Act, currently under deliberation at the Legislative Yuan.
(2) Processing of 430 applications and approval of 617 sessions of workshops on "Regulations for Architect Business License Applications and Renewal and Workshop Attendance Certifications" by organizers certified to conduct such activities.
(3) Issuance of architectural licenses to 183 architects in 2010. The total number of such licenses issued up to the end of 2010 was 5,824 persons.
4. Condominium Management
(1) We managed and guided the condominium management industry, while issuing and changing 8,748 condominium management service person certificates; the Ministry also issued and changed 381 condominium management company registration certificates, and held 239 training sessions for a total of 8,017 condominium management service persons.
(2) The Ministry evaluated condominium management service person training units, in which twenty-three units met standards, and fourteen training units for certificate change met standards.
(3) The Ministry implemented the 2010 "Condominium Management Organization Report and Related Affairs Assessment Project" .
5. Building Interior Renovation Management
(1) Held thirty-three interior designer training sessions where 1,000 people participated and 983 graduated.
(2) Processed 897 registration applications from interior designing companies.
(3) Processed 903 registration applications from interior designers.
6. Implementing the Improvement of Building a Barrier-free Environment
(1) We held eight training sessions on the inspection of barrier-free facilities in public buildings, in which a total of 867 people acquired qualifying certificates.
(2) The Ministry also supervised twenty-five units, including special municipalities, county/city governments, regarding matters related to barrier-free environments in public buildings, and randomly inspected seventy-five such public buildings.
7. Maintaining Public Safety in Buildings
(1) Audited thirty-seven locations around the country and inspected 279 mechanical amusement facilities.
(2) Supervised public safety inspections of special municipalities and county/city governments for construction of department stores, wholesale stores, supermarkets and hotels, and enhanced inspections on locations frequently visited by teenagers during summer vacation; roughly 7,768 locations were inspected.
(3) Examined building fire safety and evacuation plans, in which thirteen plans were approved, and issued 379 building fire protection material approval notifications.
(4) Completed eighteen professional building public safety inspection service certificate applications, changes and renewals, and 370 inspector certificate applications, changes, and renewals.
8. Building Disaster Prevention and Mitigation
(1) We practiced an emergency mobilization for post-disaster evaluation of dangerous buildings in which 2,227 people participated in this drill.
(2) This Ministry held a lecture on post-disaster emergency evaluations of dangerous buildings, in which 180 people attended.
(3) We delegated special municipality and county/city governments to establish lists of heavy construction machines and utilization plans, making 5,815 heavy construction machines and 4,469 operators available in case of emergencies.
(4) We also maintained and managed the "Building Seismic Capicity Evaluation and Retrofitting Information Management System" .
9. Installation, Inspection and Management of Building Lifting Equipment and Mechanical Parking Equipment
(1) Processed 48 applications for registration and change of registration from building lifting equipment manufacturers, 815 applications for registration and change of registration from technicians, and 783 applications for equipment inspector certificates and change of registration.
(2) Processed 18 applications for registration and change of registration from mechanical parking equipment manufacturers, 226 applications for registration and change of registration from technicians, and 139 applications for equipment inspector certificates and change of registration.
10. Implementing Arcade Leveling Activities
“”Execution of the "Plan for Expansion of Investment in Public Construction to Revitalize the Economy-Demonstrative Project for Building Appearance and Environment Reconstruction (Leveling of Arcade Walkways)" and subsidization of NT$100 million to fourteen special municipalities and counties/cities to complete engineering functions for approximately 10,000 meters in total length.
VIII. Public Engineering
1. Sewerage Construction and Management
(1) Sewerage-related regulation issues
The Legislative Yuan completed its first reading of the "Sewerage Law" revision proposal draft, which was reviewed by the Internal Administration Committee on 25 March, 2010. This Sewerage Law revision proposed draft exactly specifies the construction and management mechanism of special purpose sewers for newly developed communities or industrial areas, and also completes the management for sewerage users' drainage facility installation contractors.
Thirty-six review meetings were held to complete "The Standards for Sewerage Construction" full draft revision articles responding to the improvement of sewerage construction techniques and equipment.
(2) Education, dissemination and training
Completed the "Dissemination of Sewerage Basic Functions and Benefits" for 548 elementary school teachers who are expected to instruct pupils in sewer-related knowledge.
Held fifteen "Sewerage User's Drainage Facility Installation Training" courses for 1,185 technicians to improve professional techniques separately in northern, middle and southern areas. These technicians should be qualified as water pipe installation technicians or sewerage user's drainage facility installation technicians in advance.
Distributed 15,593 educational VCDs of "water, life and sewers" to elementary school fourth or fifth graders as supplementary material for water resources in social science classes.
Printed 3,550 pamphlets of "Please support the construction of public sewer systems" for distribution throughout our government to increase the public's knowledge concerning this project.
Played a 32 video of "water, life and sewers" in all theaters.
Completed seven sewerage professional training courses, inclusive of sewerage related regulations, policies and professional techniques, for 733 person-times of all governments, engineering consultant related staff and related professional engineers.
Set platform-gate advertisements in the Kaohsiung MRT Zuoying station and lamp boxes in the Kaohsiung MRT Formosa Boulevard, Central Park, Sanduo Shopping District stations and in the Taiwan Railway Banciao, Taichung, Tainan and Kaohsiung stations for public viewing.
(3) Promoting the construction of our sanitary sewer systems
  According to "Fourth Stage of the Sewer construction Plan (2009-2014)" as checked and ratified by the Executive Yuan, the Ministry is continuing to promote the construction of our whole country's sewer systems. Up to 2010, the percentage of the population served by wastewater treatment plants was 53.02%, and the houses connected to public sanitary sewer system served rate was 25.70%; Taipei City equaled 100.00%, Kaohsiung City 60.89%, the figure for Taiwan Province is 12.17%, and Fuchien Province is 31.58%. In 2010, we achieved our goal of "Promotion the public sewer system served rate equal to 3%".

Table 8-2 The Public Sewer System Served Rate

Construction Plan The 3rd Stage The 4th Stage
Year (End) 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010
Public Sewer System Served Rate (%) 10.87 12.40 14.00 15.58 17.47 19.50 22.58 25.70

Source: Construction and Planning Agency, MOI.

2. Implementation of Road Construction and Maintenance Work
(1) Construction of a regional-based road system
  The plan is an item of the "I-Taiwan Twelve Construction Plan" . We are expect to invest 61.9 billion budget to conduct update for urban and industrial areas, science parks, major economic and trade areas to the outside road system from 2009 to 2014, in order to achieve the ten to fifteen minutes within which the regional centers or industrial centers to reach the goal of highway and expressway. In 2010, the MOI had approved its pertinent construction budget of NT$12.567 billion.
(2) We are building an expressway along the Taipei County riverside area and this project starts from Longmen Road of Sanchong and ends in Anhe Road of Sindian, having a length of over seventeen kilometers. Total budget allotted for this construction is around NT$36.343 billion; we are continuing to allocate NT$0.57 billion and construction work of this entire expressway system is projected to be finished in June 2012. Once this new fast-speed highway is open to traffic, it will provide Taipei City with a two-way corridor of expressways running along its side.
(3) The East-West Expressway and the Sequential Plan
  This plan includes the following main projects. 1. The first priority of the Bali-Sindian Expressway from Wugu to Banciao section. 2. The ramps at Guangfu South Road, Sanchong City of Bali-Sindian Expressway. 3. The ramps at Cidu area of Wanli-Rueibin Expressway. 4. The ramps at Shenaokeng area of Wanli-Rueibin Expressway. The whole plan have completed on 3 March, 2011.
(4) The Existing Urban Road Landscape and Sidewalk Improvement Program
  In order to improve our traffic environment especially for pedestrians, we have since 2006 allocated a budget of NT$4.44 billion for our existing urban road landscape and sidewalk improvement program. In 2011, we will continue to allocate NT$1.107 billion for 168 projects.
(5) Morakot Post-disaster Reconstuction-city Road and Bridges Reconstruction Plan
  Typhoon Morakot devastated Southern Taiwan on 7 August through 10 August in 2009,leaving nearly 700 dead and a number of villages and bridges buried under mudslides. In order to reconstruct damaged and destroyed roads and bridges, the MOI allocated NT$1.992 billion in 2009, NT$2.505 billion in 2010 and NT$0.589 billion in 2011. The total reconstruction budget reached NT$5.086 billion and 98 percent of 727 reconstruction projects have been completed.
3. Implementing Various Technology Development Projects
  The MOI is improving our urban living environment and enhancing construction quality through the research and development of urban roads and auxiliary facility technologies, and implementing construction technology applications and promotions all in order to create a high quality, convenient, and safe living environment in which we can achieve sustainable development.
4. Construction of Broadband Ducts
  integrating mobile and wireless browsing to establish a nationwide dual-network wireless environment; we are exerting all possible efforts in order to enhance national competitiveness, boost development of the communications industry, reduce uncovered cables hanging along utility poles, beautify urban landscapes, and integrate underground ducts to avoid repeated road digging.
  From 2005 to 2009, the government allocated NT$24.05 billion dollars for constructing 5,800 kilometers of broadband ducts. Until the end of 2010, we implemented nationwide broadband cable duct deployment for a total length of 6,245.3 kilometers; as a result, this project is expected to provide an annual rental income of approximately NT$106.95 million dollars.
5. Promotion of Common Duct Construction
(1) Drafting the "Design Specifications of Common Ducts" , as a common reference for the design of common duct construction. Set up Common Duct Construction
(2) Announcing the "MOI supervisory method toward special municipalities, counties and cities for accelerating the development of common ducts" to institute a mechanism of supervision, rewards and penalties.
(3) Completing supervision toward municipalities, counties and cities for the development of common ducts.
  Completion of supervision of common duct issues: In 2010, there were nine cities/counties completing the planning of common ducts, including Keelung City, Taipei City, Hsinchu City, Chiayi City, Ex-Kaohsiung City, New Taipei City, Ex-Taichung City, Ex-Taichung County and Ex-Tainan City. Five Cites/Counties followed Common Duct Act Article Eleven to construct their common ducts as a precedence setting significant project. To date, Main Duct 50.0 kilometers and Supplier Duct 332.5 kilometers including Branch Duct 57.3 kilometers, CAB 47.1 kilometers and C.C. Box 228.1 kilometers have been built.
6. Efforts to Acquire Reserved Lands for Public Facilities and Non-levied Roads
(1) The Ministry drafted our "Project for Central Government Subsidizing Municipalities and Counties (Cities) Governments to Acquire Reserved Lands for Public Facilities" and the Executive Yuan promulgated this draft on January 29th 2010. According to the suggestions of the Council for Economic Planning and Development, we are currently reconsidering the range of these subsidies.
(2) We have amended our "Processing Plan for the Issue of Reserved Lands for Public Facilities" , which was promulgated by the Executive Yuan on 12 April, 2010.
(3) The Ministry drafted our "Pilot Project for Central Government Subsidizing County (City) Governments to Acquire Lands of already Built but Non-Levied Roads Phase II" , and reported to the Executive Yuan on 18 May, 2010. According to the suggestions of the Council for Economic Planning and Development, we will achieve successful amending of this project through mutual cooperation by inviting relevant departments and local governments to meet together, and then subsequently reporting on these meetings to the Executive Yuan.
(4) We also amended the "Processing Plan for Judicial Interpretation Number 400 of Acquiring Lands of Constructed but Non-Levied Roads" , and promulgated by the Executive Yuan on 10 September, 2010.
7. Promotion of the "Public Facilities Pipeline Database of the National Geographic Information System"
  The public facility pipeline database of the national geographic information system includes three major tasks: overall planning, standard system and model system set-up. In this regard, the concrete results are:
(1) The "Group Division Overall Planning of the Public Facilities Pipeline Database" has been completed.
(2) The "Group Division Standard System of the Public Facilities Pipeline Database" has also been completed.
(3) The "Model System of the Public Facilities Pipeline Information" has been established.
(4) The "Public Facilities Pipeline Search System" and "Management System of Public Facilities Pipeline Digging Applications" have both been developed.
(5) The "Public Facilities Pipeline Information Promotion Workshops" have been held.
IX. Development of New Towns
1. Danhai New Town
Danhai new town by the aerial view  This first-phase development district, an area of 446.02 hectares, has been developed, and we have finished sorting land titles and the distribution of lands. Raw lands of 131.19 hectares and 647 units of relocated housing were sold. We will continue to promote the sale of remaining lands. Regarding public works, we have completed the construction of Park 8 and playground and the construction of sidewalk pavements in the second developed area of the first-phase development district and transfered to New Taipei City Government.
2. Kaohsiung New Town
Kaohsiung new town by the aerial view  The first-phase development district, an area of 337.70 hectares, has been developed, and we have finished sorting out land titles and the distribution of lands, with total raw areas of 44.27 hectares having been successfully sold. We will continue promoting the sale of remaining lands. Regarding public works, we are now carrying into excution of the first-phase development district, the construction of garbage removed and grading.
X. Urban and Rural Development Works
1. National Spatial Planning and Regional Plan Review
(1) Assisting the Council for Economic Planning and Development to promote the four cooperative platforms "Northern-Taiwan, Middle-Taiwan, South West-Taiwan and Southern-Taiwan" to encourage cross-domain construction affairs establishing communications among each region. In 2010, concerning the establishment of regional platform systems, the South West-Taiwan platform applied to the Ministry of the Interior to set up a "Southwest Regional Construction Promotion Committee" according to the Regional Planning Law sections eighteen and nineteen to legalize these regional platforms.
(2) Coordinating restructure opportunities of cities and counties particularly involving Regional Planning goals toward the balanced development of "Taipei, Keelung, Yilan" , "Taoyuan, Hsinchu, Miaoli" , "Taichung, Changhua, Nantou" , "Yunlin, Chiayi, Tainan" , "Kaohsiung, Pingtung" , "Hualien, Taitung" , "Penghu, Kinmen and Matsu" : We are taking these actions in response to the National Land Planning Law which will be approved by the Legislative in the future. Our efforts in this case also involve the contents of the Regional Planning Law for future smooth transformation and connection. In particular, this law will reference the England PPS and RSS for planning construction; this law will then will be adjusted regarding "general" and "sub-chapter" sections which involve commonality issues of the whole country and department plans in the "general" part which mainly explains the characteristics of the seven regional spaces and focuses on the development of appropriate strategies in the "sub-chapter" area.
2. The MOI is also implementing the establishment of a National Land Planning Database.
(1) For example: The Ministry is initiating a nation-wide land-use planning database and is also integrating land-use planning information to promote the sharing of information accessibility.
(2) We will also popularize the "Land Use Zoning Data Standard" and in addition we shall render accessible outcomes of the nation-wide land-use planning database in order to enhance the utilization.
3. The Master Plan for Sustainable Development of Eastern Taiwan
(1) Under the Master Plan for Sustainable Development of Eastern Taiwan that was promulgated in March 2007 by the Executive Yuan, the Ministry of the Interior will continue to promote the following projects: The Health and Medical Leisure Park Plan; the Plan for New Immigrants; the Redevelopment of the Hualien Urban Area; the Renewal of the Taitung Downtown Area and Bikeway System; the Tourism Development of Yuli Township and Chenggong Township.
(2) As an effective medium of information exchange, we constructed the website (http://www. in 2009 in order to assist in marketing health and leisure industries located in Eastern Taiwan, and also to share life experiences of new immigrants among interested people. Nearly ten different kinds of information about Eastern Taiwan can be found on this website, including health food, spring therapy, sports, organic industries, rural life, art and literature, medical treatment, gardening therapy, spiritual therapy and ecological tourism.
(3) To strengthen the development of Hualien County and Taitung County, the Ministry of the Interior provided NT$174 million in 2009, among which 92% was successfully disbursed to implement programs such as the Redevelopment of the Hualien Urban Area; the Renewal of the Taitung Downtown Area and Bikeway System; the Tourism Development of Yuli Township and Chenggong Township. In 2010, we successfully disbursed NT$170 million dollars in subsidies to assist local governments to do related projects continually; the implementation rate in this case was 95%.
4. First Alteration of Taiwan Coastal Natural Environment Conservation Program (Draft)
First alteration of Taiwan Coastal Natural Environment Conservation Program (Draft) protected areas  The draft "First alteration of Taiwan Coastal Natural Environment Conservation Program" extended our promulgated coastal protected areas from twelve to twenty-three, adding parts of the Taiwan coastline and off shore islands. These twenty-one protected areas include sixty-seven natural and twenty-three general preserves, extending the area involved from 240 to 1330 thousand hectares. In November 2010, we conducted two consultations focusing on the rationality of the alteration of border coastal land-use principles and division of tasks. Next, under this program we will update the original protected areas and then submit the revision to the Executive Yuan to be promulgated.
5. We have officially started the "Taiwan National Wetland Conservation Program (2011-2016)" .
  Commencing in 2008, the CPA drafted our "Taiwan National Wetland Conservation Program (2011-2016)" and after several cross-departmental consultations and reformations, the Executive Yuan promulgated this program by the code Yuan-Tai-Jen 0990034700 on 1 July, 2010. By 2011, this program had officially commenced.
  The goals of this program are: maintaining wetlands' stabilization and biodiversity, wise use of wetland resources and rebuilding the cultural relationship between wetlands and nearby communities. In addition, this program also established the National Council for Sustainable Development as the platform to coordinate separate functions germane to the CPA of the Ministry of the Interior, the Water Resource Agency of the Ministry of Economic Affairs, the Forestry Bureau of the Council of Agriculture, EPA, the Tourism Bureau of the Transportation and Communications Ministry and the Ministry of Education. Our guiding purpose in this case is to execute long term research, planning and information integration, and to build up sustainable management mechanisms for wetland conservation and restoration.
6. We fulfilled the requirements of the 2010 Ecological Environmental Investigation and Restoration Program of Important Taiwan National Wetlands.
  We cooperated with local governments to subsidize communities and NGOs in conducting wetlands landscape reformations and restorations. In 2010, this program subsidized twenty-four projects among seventeen counties that covered twenty-six important National Wetlands; these projects included ecological investigation, landscape restoration and related facility planning and designing, monitoring, ecological patrols and education. In the meantime, the CPA evaluated the achievements and booted the activities for mutual advancement of knowledge.
7. Promoting International Communications Regarding Wetland Conservation
  The CPA maintains communications and interactions with the Society of Wetland Scientists (SWS). In 2010, the deputy Director of the Urban and Rural Development Branch Mr. Alex Shea lead our delegation to participate in the SWS annual conference. At this meeting Director Shea announced wetland conservation achievements in Taiwan. By October after the conclusion of this annual conference, the CPA continued its communication efforts to invite renowned wetland scientist Keita Furukawa of Japan and the president of SWS Mr. Glenn Guntenspergen to hold workshops in Taiwan to share their experience and knowledge with government staff, scholars, NGOs and students. The exchange program successfully interfaced with foreign wetland conservation resources.
8. Increasing the Perceived Public Estimation of Importance Wetlands
Map of Taiwan Importance Wetland  We commenced this estimation process by acceptance of recommendations that emanated from the public commencing at the beginning of September to the end of October 2009. All forty-three wetland sites were recommended by thirty-five organizations, which included government departments, schools and environmentally related NGOs. By 27 December, 2010, the Estimation Task Force of the Ministry of Interior held the last consultation during which there developed a strong consensus regarding agreement to pass fifteen wetland sites, including the new member Danshuei River Basin Wetland System and so on. The total amount involved equaled eighty-two sites increasing approximately 12,487 hectares.
9. The Overall Conception-planning Project of Building Suitable Housing in the Taipei Metropolis (Draft)
  The purpose of this plan is to develop suitable housing at the right amount and to reserve land for adjusting the supply and demand of market. We are activating this proposal to resolve some questions related to control of excessively high house prices in Taipei metropolis related to unbalanced supply and demand in the housing market; reducing the disparities between urban and rural area is also the goal that we want to achieve. The MOI formulated this plan according to the principles of "Improving Housing Market Plan", which will be vetted and approved by the Executive Yuan. There are four principles which are "suiting this project to local and personal conditions", "developing temperate and effective methods of execution", "perfect and stable plan activation", and "promoting social justice".
10. Comprehensive Development Plan of Danhai New Town
  The Danhai New Town planning that made by the Construction and Planning Agency of the Ministry of the Interior is to operate in coordination with the construction stipulations of the mid or low-income housing plan that promulgated by the Executive Yuan in 1988. Because the changes of population in local community, industrial develepment, physical environment, and the LRT project of Danhai New Town are interation. At the same time, the Ministry is trying to introduce the planning concepts of ecological city to Danhai New Town. So the development orientation and vision in the future of Danhai New Town will be the key point that decides the later period of Danhai New Town is going well or not. Therefore, we were commissioned to delineate the development of Danhai New Town in later period. (The third area of first phase, second phase, third phase, and the stations of G2, G4, and G7 in the green line of LRT.) This comprehensive development plan is necessary and urgent to handle by us.
11. Urban Planning
(1) We are meeting to the action program of improving the public life of the Executive Yuan, along the A7 Station area for airport development projects and the northeast corner of the land around the scenic area land use planning issues to change the case of urban planning.
(2) According to Article 26 of the Urban Planning Law, we assist various local governments to handle their urban planning projects. There are on average twenty urban planning comprehensive reviews and several renewal reviews in various locations every year.
(3) The Ministry is constructing our specific budget regarding Typhoon Morakot to subsidize disaster areas located among county governments. Our functions in this case are concentrated on topographical re-measuring, reproducing urban planning and urban planning comprehensive reviews.
XI. Architectural and Building Research
  Under the supervision of the Ministry of the Interior, the Architecture and Building Research Institute (ABRI) is the driving force behind our national building research and development programs.
  The primary aims of the ABRI are to promote building safety, to improve the quality of our living environment, to advance construction technology levels, as well as excelling at urban development.
1. Building Fire Safety
(1) The ABRI completed sixteen research projects in 2010 covering the following topics: techniques for fire prevention, control of the spread of fires, structural fire resistance, evacuation design and smoke control, and fire performance experiments and operational management.
(2) The ABRI has been conducting building and fire researches focused on improving the regulatory system, and assisting in developing amended proposals regarding five regulatory items and thirteen national standards for fire safety procedures among buildings.
(3) In order to enhance building and engineering techniques, the ABRI supports R&D on fire performance evaluation and verification technologies, and also conducts thermal resistance studies pertaining to combinations of water film and rolling shutter systems, and smoke control performances and applications of elevator doors.
(4) The Fire Safety Labeling Scheme for public buildings was promoted through civic professional organizations, in order to raise the fire safety level of public places. In 2010, there were seven new building cases and fourteen ongoing instances, and thirty follow-up auditing cases of label management. Also, there were nine hotel-related situations related to fire safety labels and these hotels applied for guidance and subsidies from the Tourism Bureau of the MOTC.
(5) In concert with our research projects and technical services, more than 1,200 tests were conducted for materials, assembly, fire simulation, and smoke control. There were 136 technical service cases in 2010, which were beneficial to the building material industry.
(6) The ABRI conducted four activity projects on promoting fire safety, including an international conference, in which more than 850 professional personnel participated.
2. Urban and Building Disaster Mitigation
(1) The ABRI completed eleven research projects in 2010 covering the following topics: technical support of urban disaster prevention, regulatory schemes and planning, demonstrations of spatial system planning for urban disaster prevention, urban flood management, disaster risk assessment of hillside communities, and prevention of construction disasters.
(2) The ABRI completed its spatial system planning for urban disaster prevention in Tucheng District, Luodong Township, and Hsinchu Science Park, in order to assist relevant authorities on matters regarding review of urban planning, initiation of district disaster mitigation plans and mid/long-term administration plans.
(3) In response to the increasing frequency and magnifying scale of extreme climatic events, the ABRI conducted the following research projects: "The assessment of extreme rainfall induced hazards in hillside residential communities" , "Integrated flood management of community and site development" , and "Vulnerability analysis and risk mapping of urban flood's" as reference bases for further policy initiation and regulatory amendments with respect to urban development and building management.
(4) In order to increase our disaster prevention capacities among hillside communities and also to assist their residents to proceed with self-inspection processes, the ABRI developed plans for related consultation services and workshops, in which more than 210 local residents participated for the purpose of increasing public awareness of disaster preparedness in hillside residential communities.
(5) A total of four seminars and training activities were held and approximately 500 professional personnel participated in these activities. Through these events, the ABRI provided related governmental authorities, academia and the building industry its research results regarding disaster mitigation technology.
3. Researches and Promotion of Eco-city and Green Buildings
(1) The Ministry implemented its Green Building Promotion Program with significant achievements related to the following projects in 2010:
We conferred a total of 331 Green Building Labels and Green Building Candidate Certificates.
A total of 120 Green Building Material Labels were awarded, covering 1,097 green products for diverse choices among consumers.
The Ministry completed the green remodeling program for existing buildings, including twenty-three governmental remodeling projects and thirty-one building energy efficiency upgrade projects.
A total of nine seminars and training activities were held among 996 attendees-times. The topics covered eco-city and green building, green building material, eco-community evaluation systems and case studies, diagnoses and advisories regarding healthy indoor environments, as well as excellent green building technical tours.
A total of six cases of green building awards for educational sites have been selected and relevant site viewings for our green building education program have been held with 1,769 attendees-times.
We developed the molds and processes for making green building material from recycled aggregate materials.
(2) According to the Green Building and Sustainable Environment Technology Plan, the Ministry conducted relevant research projects in 2010, which included building energy saving, indoor environmental quality, building waste reduction, site ecological environment, as well as industrial development, promotion, and applications. In 2010, twenty-eight such research projects were completed, providing a sound reference for relevant authorities in policy promotion.
4. Development of Building Industry and Technology
  In order to promote the building industry and to improve construction technology and quality, in 2010, the MOI conducted three programs regarding seismic hazard prevention, wind engineering and innovative construction materials. In addition, we also held seminars and various activities. The related achievements are shown as follows:
(1) Seismic hazard prevention
  The MOI released ten research reports, which were concerned with various experimental studies on seismic performance of building frames with SRC and RC structures, etc.
(2) Wind engineering
  The MOI released nine research reports, which were concerned with wind tunnel experiments and wind load design standards and suggestions, etc.
(3) Innovative construction materials
  The MOI released seven research reports, which were concerned with construction materials properties, the strength and durability of concrete, etc.
(4) Related promotional activities
The MOI sponsored both the Fourteenth Symposium on Construction Engineering and Management and the Forth Asian Concrete Federation International Conference, and promoted label certification systems within structurally accredited buildings.
5. Application of Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) on the Building Industry
  In 2010, the MOI achieved its goal pertaining to this project in that we completed our researches for application and promotion of RFID in EAG (Electronic Automatic Green) buildings, traceability of buildings, and spoil produced by construction. This project also attracted participation among twenty-four related companies, professors and students from five colleges. By linking different domains of professionals, this project helped to develop and promote further RFID applications. Our achieved goal in this case was to upgrade the level of the national building industry.
6. Researches and Promotion Regarding Historical Building Preservation, Plans for Restoration and Renovation of Science and Technology
  In 2010, we focused on promotion and completed three research projects on structural restoration. These researches particularly dealt with proposed feasible appraisal factors, technologies and also strategies necessary in academic and conservation work. To promote this issue on management and disaster prevention for historical buildings, we held a "Conference on Conservation Science" with 200 participants.
7. Researches and Promotion of Holistic Life Care Building Technology Plans
  In order to enhance humanitarian concerns, integrate related technology industries, and support welfare policies, a thoughtful building and urban environment should be established so that all people can enjoy a safe, secure and friendly living environment in spite of age, sex, physical or mental abilities. In 2010, our research on a comprehensive barrier-free living environment was conducted. The related achievements were:
(1) According to the Plan, the Ministry conducted relevant research projects in 2009, whose fields included barrier-free environment, technology manuals, experiments and tests about equipment and material, as well as ergonomics. Based on our current building codes and technologies, this research aims to integrate practical issues of barrier-free urban environment consistent with facility and material accreditation to upgrade technical levels. In 2010, nine research projects related to barrier-free facility improvement and ergonomics of disabled persons were accomplished.
(2) We awarded a total of fifty-two Friendly Building prizes.
(3) A total of thirty-eight seminars and training activities were held with 5,200 attendees-times. The topics covered barrier-free codes and barrier-free welfare institution.
(4) A total of 2,030 technical consultations were provided to architects and building owners. In addition, the Ministry built a website to promote barrier-free codes and designs, which was very popular with over 230,000 person-times surfing this site in 2010.
8. Development of our Intelligent Living Space (ILS) Program
  In order to promote the development of our ILS industry, the MOI completed nine research reports in 2010, such as the promotion and innovative application of ILS, the ILS demonstration project, the ILS education programs, the ILS among existing buildings projects, and so on. The related achievements were:
(1) Nine ILS related technology reports were completed.
(2) ILS technology activities:
Two ILS related symposiums took place.
We held the 2010 Intelligent Living Space Scenario Design Competition.
The Ministry conducted ILS demonstration activities.
We proceeded to assessment reviews and consulting services germane to the Intelligent Building Logo and candidate certificates.
The MOI hosted two training courses of integrated cabling, in order to cultivate ILS professionals.
We conducted a "Green, Smart Window Material & Application Workshop" and
We also hosted training programs to demonstrate ILS application results.
(3) ILS information services
We accelerated related output values by involving the ILS SIG. (Special Interest Groups)
We are promoting ILS by running an ILS exhibition center.
We are also conducting demonstrations among civilian ILS zones.
We also developed an ILS website to provide news and articles and
Established a database of 2,722 ILS related organizations (150 new data in 2010 included).
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