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    Title: 日本植民地期の台北における都市発展と私鉄経営 : 台北鉄道を事例に
    Other Titles: Relations of the urban development and railway opening in the period of Japanese occupation : case study of the area along the Taipei railway
    日本殖民地時期臺北的都市發展與私鐵經營 : 以臺北鐵道為例
    Authors: 廣野聰子;HIRONO, Satoko
    Contributors: 淡江大學日本語文學系碩士班
    馬耀輝;Ma, Yaw-Huei
    Keywords: 鐵道;鐵路;台灣;台北鐵道;都市發展;殖民地時代;railway;Taiwan;Taipei Railway;Urban development;Colonial period;鉄道;台湾;台北鉄道;都市発展;植民地時代
    Date: 2013
    Issue Date: 2013-04-13 10:29:48 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究以殖民地時期台灣唯一與官營鐵道同一規格所建設的私鐵-台北鐵道為事例,考察因鐵道開通所造成的都市空間的變化與企業行為間的關係。
    In colonial Taiwan, a lot of railroads ware constructed by the government-general or private capital. The government-general railroad was a truck line connected with North to south. private railways had a lot of freight transportation, but Passenger transport ratio was relatively small.
    Taihoku Railway connected with Taipei to Xindian, was the only railway company that had same track gauge as government-general railroad and that professional railway company in colonial Taiwan. Taihoku Railway Company was established in 1919 and railway operation began in 1921. In the first half of company’s history, it suffered economic crisis so railway operation was severely hovered. Around in 1930, company’s Financial information became hopeless situation and considered government-general purchase or continued to business. It formed no conclusion in that time, but from 1935 onward, the performance suddenly began recovering and growing. Because it made remarkable progress that Taipei City development and industry development on an extensive scale in Taiwan.
    Along Taihoku Railway line, it located in outskirts of Taipei City and that area had high ratio of Japanese residents. Most of Japanese got white-collar jobs so increasing Japanese residents mean increasing commuter. These commuter transportation differed from general private railway traits in colonial Taiwan. Reflecting Taipei urban development , Taihoku railway had a property of commuter rail load and that was most markable feature. however, there is some doubt as Taihoku railway was truly “public transport”. Taihoku railway located the area of high ratio of Japanese residents. Considering occupational differentiation between Japanese and Taiwanese, it must took on the character of “the governing classes’ rail load”.
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