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Taipei City Government Achievement Exhibition and i-Voting Results

Taipei City Government Achievement Exhibition and i-Voting Results
Mayor Wenje Ko have been pushing for many reforms since he took office. Keeping the mission of serving people and constant innovation in mind, he was committed to make Taipei a sustainable and livable city, and believes “change” is the key to reach the goal. In the past year, all city departments strove to break conventional thinking and challenge the old decision-making pattern. As a result, several innovative policies have been formulated and implemented one by one. They gradually achieved preliminary success, demonstrating the new administration’s policy direction of being close to people.
In order to understand what people think about the new administration’s policies and performance, the Research, Development, and Evaluation Commission (hereinafter referred to as “the RDEC”) conducted a survey using i-Voting. Every city department chose an impressive achievement that is believed to meet people’s needs for the pubic to vote online from January 20 through February 3, 2016. In addition, an achievement exhibition, organized by the RDEC, was held from January 13 to February 3, 2016 at the Taipei City Hall. Both of the voting and exhibition have been closed, but people are continuously encouraged to monitor and advise the city government.
The top 5 policies voted and their responsible city departments are as follows:
1.Police Department: Toughening up Drug and Crime Control
2.Taipei Rapid Transit Corporation: Sweet Services Taking you Home on Time Every Day
3.Department of Transportation: The Project of Charging On-street Parking Citywide Returns Parking Spaces to People.
4.Department of Environmental Protection: Taipei Mosquito Control Clinic
5.Department of Information Tourism: Making Taipei the Must Visit Destination in Asia