Public-Private Partnership Model Used in the Taipei Central Station Project Research

Mou-Chung Tseng, Chien-Wen Peng
2018 Journal of Psychology Research  
In view of the lack of financial aid and the migration of industries, the role of local governments shifted from social reproduction to development and production, which made the development of the local economy their main responsibility. The local governments hence have to face challenges in their management in regards to the arising changes and needs. This Taipei Central Bus Station Build Operate Transfer (BOT) project of urban formation and development is not only a trend in countries around
more » ... the globe; it is also an area the Taiwanese governments are actively involved in. With the impact of urbanization, the size of highly functional cities has surpassed core city administrative regions; therefore, this has generated various planning, administrative and policy issues. This study examines the public-private partnership (PPP) views on urban development; the research methodology will be designed to focus on qualitative research, the following conclusions were made: (1) The basic goal of global city competitiveness of Taipei was promoted by implementing "qlubarnization", a spatial development strategy dependent on intercalary abilities. (2) Taipei is located in the hub of Asia, linking mainland China and Taiwan, facing the world, peaceful and stable, rich and diverse in culture, such that adopting the "hybrid or mixed-use development model" will allow "the national gate of the country program-Central Station, Central Park" to become an international city brand. (3) Taking the "Taipei Main Station PPPs model development of the Taipei Central Bus Station BOT project of nine precincts specific land development projects" as a key success indicator, the government took privatization or PPP into consideration, loosened the monopoly on urban infrastructure, created infrastructure services and a maintenance market, positioned the city as a "supranational" entity in terms of capital flow, and sought a coherent land policy.
doi:10.17265/2159-5542/2018.07.005 fatcat:lccqtlyzxfdr5fgluvqzgqig4a