Marine Traffic Restored at Nanfangao Bridge|南方澳斷橋橋拱吊離 航道現已恢復通行
Now back to Taiwan, due to heavy rain on Oct. 9, the arch removal of the Nanfangao Bridge had to be postponed until the evening, but Marine traffic was soon restored at 10 a.m. on Oct. 10. Meanwhile, The Ministry of Transportation and Communications also announced that there are still 39 bridges across Taiwan that need repairs. But many municipal officials rebutted and said that the information was outdated and that many of the bridges on the repair list were repaired already.
Construction workers remove the arch of Nanfangao Bridge. Fishing boat traffic was supposed to have been restored at 8 a.m., but the removal had to be postponed due to torrential rain. Traffic was restored at 10 a.m. after the arch was successfully removed.
With regards to the restoration of marine traffic: after this is moved, we will confirm clearance with the buoys and other relevant markers as well as under water. This temporary channel is still safe, and we will let fishing boats use it.
Following the bridge's collapse, the Ministry of Transportation and Communications launched an islandwide bridge inspection. It also met with municipal officials and then released a list of 126 "U4" bridges requiring immediate repairs. The ministry says repairs have not yet been completed on 39 of the 126. Many municipal officials say the central government is using outdated data and many of the controlled bridges on the list have been repaired already. Taitung County's Songfeng Bridge, for example, was included on the government's list but was repaired over two years ago. Nantou County, which had seven bridges on the list, says only five bridges in the county are awaiting repairs.
The bridges that need to be taken care of immediately are slipping through the cracks, so we used select data from 2016, 2017 and 2018. Our goal for intentionally doing this was for the central and local governments to work together and confirm everything one more time. I think making everything public is a more responsible way of doing things.
In response, the ministry says it intentionally used data from 2016 to 2018 during the meeting to encourage local officials to double-check their information and make them aware of any changes that have taken place. It says local governments can submit relevant data back to the Institute of Transportation to get bridges removed from the list.
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