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Taipei councilors push for district flowers to be added to street signs (2020/10/16)
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    Taipei councilors push for district flowers to be added to street signs (2020/10/16)

    Taipei residents, what's your district flower? If you're not sure, you're in good company. In 2010, district flowers were named across the city to celebrate the International Flora Expo. Officials promised to have the flowers added to street signs as a memento. But now a decade later, those signs are still not on the streets. Some city councilors want that to change.

    We stopped Taipei residents on the street to ask about district flowers. All we got were puzzled looks. Nobody knew their own flower. The flower street signs were promised back in 2010, but a decade later, only 290,000 of 1.12 million signs have changed. One city councilor has taken the government to task.

    Hsu Chia-pei
    Taipei City councilor
    You started promoting these new street signs in 2010. We only have 290,000 new signs. That means after 10 years, only a quarter of the signs in Taipei are new. Don't you think, sir, that's really a bit too few?

    Lan Shih-tsung
    Taipei Civil Affairs head
    Absolutely, yes. Many of us hoped to change the signs. It is rather few.

    Regulations state signs can only be changed for free if a street changes its name or administrative boundaries are altered. Otherwise a new sign costs NT$64 - not much, but not free either. In New Taipei City, free sign replacements were offered last year, and almost 100,000 are already on the street.

    Hsu Chia-pei
    Taipei City councilor
    New Taipei has got that far in less than a year, already a third of what we've done.

    Lan Shih-tsung
    Taipei Civil Affairs head
    If New Taipei is changing all theirs, and if the councilors are willing, perhaps we should also have a complete replacement.

    Urban aesthetics has been a motto of Mayor Ko Wen-je since his election. The Civil Affairs Bureau promises the signs will be upgraded before 2023 if the funds are available.

    中文 Chinese  
    台北市門牌有"區花"?議員批僅29萬面有印

    2010年台北市辦花博,當時也為12個行政區,各選出一種「區花
    ,還設計了區花版門牌。只是,十年過去,多數市民根本不清楚自己的行政區有區花;北市總共近112萬面門牌,也只有29萬面更新,比例不到3成,議員質詢痛批成效比不上新北市。民政局長藍世聰當場保證,只要預算通過,2022年就達成全面汰換目標。

    隨機抽問問台北市民,大家一臉困惑,問半天沒人知道,區花是什麼。2010年北市推出這種區花門牌,但上路超過10年,北市112萬面門牌,只有29萬面換成區花版,議員痛批北市府政策效率不彰。

    [[台北市議員許家蓓]]
    “你們從99年開始推出這個新門牌,只有29萬面的新門牌,也就是你們推廣了10年,整個台北市只有4分之1的門牌是新的,局長你覺得這數字會不會太少?”
    [[台北市府民政局長藍世聰]]
    “的確對很多希望能更換區花門牌的,的確是少了一點。”

    依規定,除非是改路名或行政區調整、得換門牌,才能免費換,否則得花64元,雖然不貴,但大家意願低。反觀隔壁新北市,去年才推新型門牌免費更新,已經換了將近10萬面了。

    [[台北市議員許家蓓]]
    “新北市府花不到一年已經進度,追到我們的3分之1。”

    [[台北市府民政局長藍世聰]]
    “如果新北市都在換,如果議員你也支持的話,我們是不是也來全面更新。”

    柯文哲上任後,推城市美學,民政局長保證只要有經費,2022年也要全面汰換。
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