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An extensive network of transit services in Taipei is provided by 15 private agencies governed by the Taipei County Traffic Bureau and administered by Taipei Joint Bus Service Management Centre, with over 500 bus routes serving 2 million people everyday. Most of the buses are made by Japanese manufacturers such as Hino and Isuzu, Korean manufacturer Daewoo and Hungarian manufacturer Ikarus. With the improved relationship between Taiwan and China, more and more Chinese buses manufactured by King Long and Yutong have been introduced in Taipei since 2008. Last but not least, it is also interesting to note that Taipei is the only city in Asia that operates MCI 96A3 (and MC9 in the past) imported all the way from North America.

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