Taipei Bus Station
Taipei Bus Station, situated in the transportation hub of downtown Taipei, is the first compound transit center in Taiwan that brings the Highway Bus, Taiwan Railways, Taiwan High Speed Rail, Taipei Metro, and Taoyuan Airport MRT together, providing direct transfer services for different transportation types.
Currently, the second to the fourth floor of the Taipei Bus Station are platforms, and the first floor is the lobby for ticketing. B1 is the underground tunnel connected to the MRT street, and B2 is connected to Taipei City Mall, which makes it convenient for passengers transferring to the Red Line, the Green Line, the Blue Line, the Taiwan High Speed Rail, and the Taiwan Railways.
Taipei City Hall Bus Station
Taipei City Hall Bus Station is located at the intersection of Zhongxiao East Road and Keelung Road. The station primarily hosts highway buses, which can get on and off National Highway No. 1 from Keelung Road and MacArthur Thruway through Nangang Interchange, or get on and off National Highway No. 3 and connect to National Highway No. 5 from Xinyi Expressway through Wanfang Interchange.
After getting on the bus, passengers can go on to the freeways without passing through too much of the downtown area, which significantly shortens the travel time. That’s why Taipei City Hall Bus Station has also become an important intercity transportation hub in the Eastern District of Taipei City.
It provides not only intercity transportation services for citizens, but also a convenient way for travelers to visit cities in northern Taiwan, including Yilan, Keelung, Taoyuan, Hsinchu and Miaoli etc.
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