Dr. Cheng-chiou Chang | Committee Member
Department of Rapid Transit Systems

Dr. Cheng-chiou Chang, Committee Member, Department of Rapid Transit Systems

Current Positions Committee Member,   Light Rail System, Dep. of Rapid Transit Systems, New Taipei City Government, Taiwan Bureau of High Speed Rail, Ministry of Transportation and Communications, Taiwan Taichung Metro Fare Rate Review Committee, Taichung City Government, Taiwan CEO, Intelligent Transportation and Railway Systems Research Centre, Chung Hua University, Taiwan
Professor, - Dep. of Transportation and Logistics Management, Chung Hua University, Taiwan - Dep. of Civil Engineering, Chung Yuan Christian University, Taiwan Project Senior Consultant, T.Y. Lin International Company, Taiwan

Project Expert Consultant, Chinese Management Association, Taiwan

Guest Lecturer, the MBA Program, Nanjing University

  Working Experiences Chairman, Kaohsiung Executive Management Association
President & Executive Board Member, Taoyuan Metro Corp.
Operation Vice President & Spokesperson, Kaohsiung Rapid Transit Corp.
Chief Engineer,  System-Wide Electrical and Mechanical Project Office, Dep. of  Rapid Transit System, Taipei City Government Project Senior Consultant, Sinotech Engineering Consultants, Ltd.
Project Consultant, CECI Engineering Consultants, Ltd.


World Metro Rail Congress Day 2 @ 12:00

Global Project Roundtables

At each round table, the project leader will talk for 5 minutes, following the format as below
  • Project introduction, highlighting particular challenges specific to that project
  • Project progress, emphasising supplier and partner relations
  • Project summary – what would we do differently if we tackled this project again?
The table will then move on to discussion for 25 minutes.
There will then be one rotation, giving participants the opportunity to have joined two round tables in total

Maintaining quality and consistency when combining light rail and metro systems

World Metro Rail Congress Day 2 @ 14:20

Typhoons and supercapacitors: adapting decisions on power to local demands

  • Kaohsiung and Taipei: How Taiwan developed a power system to two light rail systems
  • The benefits presented by this process
  • Powering forward: how to apply these lessons to new transit systems

back to speakers