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Jul 1st, 1979
Economic Affairs Bureau of Kaohsiung City Government was established to take charge of the highway engineering, transportation and motor vehicles administration of Kaohsiung City, which were originally governed by Taiwan Provincial Expressway Bureau, since the city became a municipality directly under the central government
Jul 1st, 1980
The Motor Vehicle Office, Economic Affairs Bureau of Kaohsiung City Government was instituted to oversee highway transportation and motor vehicles administration of Kaohsiung City.
Jul 1st, 1985
The Motor Vehicle Office Southern Branch was established in Lingya District to share the workload of the main office and for convenience of southern Kaohsiung citizens to apply related services.
Jan 1st, 2003
In consideration of vehicle number had been increasing drastically every year, major transportation projects such as metro rail and High Speed Rail had commenced one after the other, the Transportation Bureau of Kaohsiung City was officially established on January 1st, 2003. At the same time, the Motor Vehicle Office began to be administered by Transportation Bureau of Kaohsiung City.
Dec 25, 2010
As Kaohsiung County merged with Kaohsiung City on December 25, 2010, the business of highways supervision which were authorized to Taipei City and Kaohsiung City were countermanded and coordinated by the central government.
Jan 1, 2012
Due to the reorganization, the Motor Vehicle Office was renamed as the Kaohsiung City Motor Vehicles Office, Directorate General of Highways, MOTC and subordinated to the Directorate General of Highways, MOTC. The Southern Branch was also renamed as Lingya Station.
Jan 15, 2018
Because of the change in the personnel system of the Directorate General of Highways, the Organization Rules of Each Motor Vehicles Office of Directorate General of Highways, MOTC were implemented on January 15, 2018. Cishan Station, originally subordinated to Kaohsiung Motor Vehicle Office, has been affiliated with our office.
Visitors: 344 Update Date: 107-09-07 Maintenance Unit: Secretariat, Kaohsiung City Motor Vehicles Office
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