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Deputy Director Wang, Ming-Hui of the Council of Indigenous Peoples Attended the Opening Ceremony of Pingjing Bridge, Ren’ai Village, Nantou County to Ensure the Traffic Safety of the Tribe

  • 更新時間:2020/04/21 11:27:33

In order to ensure the traffic safety of Pingjing Tribe, Ren’ai Village, Nantou County, the Council of Indigenous Peoples subsidized Nantou County Government and Ren’ai Village Office to handle the improvement project for Pingjing Village. Deputy Director Wang, Ming-Hui of the Council, Legislator Kung, Wen-Chih, County Magistrate Lin, Ming-Chen of Nantou County, Director General Shi Chiang of Bureau of Indigenous Peoples, Senator Liao, Wen-Hsien of Nantou County Council, Village Head Wu, Wen-Chung of Ren’ai Village, Chairman Kao, Chun-Ming of Representative Council and other local representatives were present at the opening ceremony on December 2nd, 2019.

Deputy Director Wang, Ming-Hui expressed that the Nantou 85 Township Road, a road leading to the outside world for Pingjing and Pinghe Tribe of Duda Township, Ren’ai Village, Nantou County was often interrupted due to slope collapse, which made the tribes vulnerable to be isolated from the outside world. The Council actively assisted in the improvement of the tribal disaster prevention and avoidance functions, and subsidized the construction of the Pingjing Bridge, including the construction of the bridge and the improvement of the approach road and the connecting road. A total of NT $113.83 million was approved. The Pingjing Bridge was completed and opened to traffic today (2).

Deputy Director Wang further said that the opening of the Pingjing Bridge could not only connect the Provincial Highway 14A of Taiwan to play the function of disaster prevention of the alternative roads outside the tribe, the tribal people no longer need to worry about the interruption of Nantou 85 Township Road and they had one more safe road to go home. At the same time, it could also connect the agricultural farming areas, making it easier and safer for the indigenous people to travel back and forth for farming. The Council would always stand on the needs of the tribe and actively assist in public construction.

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