- Banqiao Line
- Tamsui Line
- Luzhou Line
- Muzha Line
- Nangang Line
- Neihu Line
- Tucheng Line
- Xiaonanmen Line
- Xindian Line
- Zhonghe Line
- Songshan Line
Banqiao Line台北捷運 — 板橋線
Banqiao MRT Line uses a high-capacity MRT system that travels a total of 5 underground stations with a total distance of 7.2km. It began its services since the 31st of August, 2001.
Stations: The 5 stations of Banqiao Line include Longshan Temple, Jiangzicui, Xinpu, Banqiao,and Fuzhong.
MRT Tamsui Station
Tamsui Line台北捷運 — 淡水線
Tamsui MRT Line is a high-capacity MRT system that travels a total of 22 stations with a total distance of 23.5km. Tamsui MRT Line began its service from Taipei to Tamsui Township from the 25th of December, 1997.
Stations: The names of the 22 stations are Beitou, Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall, Tamsui, Fuxinggang , Guandu,Hongshulin, Jiantan, Minde, Minquan W. Rd., NTU Hospital, Qilian, Qiyan, Shilin, Shipai, Shandao Temple, Shuanglian, Taipei Main Station, Xinbeitou, Yuangshan, Zhishan, Zhongshan, Zhongyi, and Zhuwei.
Attractions: Each station of Tamsui MRT Line is close to various beautiful and notable scenic spots, such as Beitou Hot Spring, Tamsui Old Street, National Palace Museum, Shilin Night Market, and Yangminshan National Park.
Luzhou Line台北捷運 — 蘆洲線
Luzhou MRT Line is a high-capacity MRT system that has a total of 11 stations with a total distance of 10.3 km.
Stations: The 12 stations of Luzhou Line include Daqiaotou, Luzhou, Minquan W. Rd., Sanchong Elementary School, Sanhe Junior High School, Sanmin Senior High School, Songjian Nanjing, St. Ignatius High School, Xingtian Temple, Zhongshan Elementary School, and Zhongxiao Xinsheng.
Attractions: Travel via Luzhou Line would take you to various Taipei attractions including the expo sites of 2010 Taipei International Flora Expo, Xingtian Temple, Zhongshan Commercial District, Shuang-Cheng Night Market, Ching-Kuang Market and many others.
Muzha Line台北捷運 — 木柵線
Being the first Taipei Metro System line opened to the public on the 28th of March, 1996, Muzha Line is a medium-capacity system that includes a total distance of 10.5 km with 12 stations.
Stations: The 12 stations of Muzha Line include Daan, Linguang, Liuzhangli, Muzha, Nanjing E. Rd, Taipei Zoo, Technology Building, Wanfang Community, Wanfang Hospital, Xinhai, Zhongxiao Fuxing, and Zhongshan Junior High School.
Nangang Line台北捷運 — 南港線
Nangang Line uses a high-capacity MRT system that includes a total of 12 underground stations with a total distance of 10.8 km.
Stations: The 12 stations of Nangang Line include Houshanpi, Kunyang, Nangang, Shandao Temple, National Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall, Taipei City Hall, Taipei Main Station, Ximen, Zhongxiao Dunhua, Zhongxiao Fuxing, and Zhongxiao Xingsheng.
Attractions: Traveling by Nangang MRT Line may bring you to various scenic spots such as Breeze Center, Core Pacific City Living Mall, Guanghua Market, NOVA Electronic Center, SOGO Department Store, HSR Taipei Station, Ximending, TWTC, Taipei 101, and Yong Kang Street.
Neihu Line台北捷運 — 內湖線
Neihu Line features 12 stations with a total distance of 14.7 km. Its transport services started from the 4th of July, 2009.
Stations: By taking Neihu Line, passengers may reach to Dahu Park, Dazhi, Donghu, Gangqian, Huzhou, Jiannan Rd., Nangang Software Park, Neihu, Songshan Airport, Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center Station, Wende, and Xihu stations.
Attractions: Through riding Neihu MRT Line, passengers may enjoy convenience in visiting Mirarmar Entertainment Park.
Tucheng Line台北捷運 — 土城線
Tucheng Line uses a high-capacity MRT system that includes a total of 4 underground stations with a total distance of 5.5km. It began its services from the 31st of May, 2006.
Stations: Along Tucheng Line, there are Far Eastern Hospital, Fuzhong, Haishan, Tucheng, and Yonging Stations.
Attractions: Traveling by Banqiao MRT Line may bring you to Lin Family Garden.
Xiaonanmen Line台北捷運 — 小南門線
Xiaonanmen Line provides transportation services from Ximen Station to Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall Station. It has a total distance of 1.6 k. with only 1 underground station in between.
Stations: Passengers are conveniently transported from Ximen Station to Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall Station. The Xiaonanmen MRT Station is in between these two stations.
Xindian Line台北捷運 — 新店線
Xindian MRT Line began its services from the 11th of November, 1999. It has a total distance of 11.3 km, and features 10 stations including Xiaobitan extended line.
Stations: The 10 stations of Xindian MRT Line are Dapinglin, Gongguan, Guting, Jingmei, Qizhang, Taipower Building, Xiaobitan, Xindian City Office, Xidian Station and Wanlong.
Attractions: Along Xindian MRT Line, passengers may visit Bitan Scenic Area, Gongguan Night Market, National Taiwan University, Shida Night Market, and Taipei Water Park; nevertheless, Wulai Hot Spring area is reachable within a short time with the transfer of buses.
Xinzhuang Line 台北捷運-新莊線
Xinzhuang Line is the first Taipei Metro line to cross under Tamsui River, a high-capacity underground extension of the MRT Zhonghe Line. The line runs from Guting through transfer sections of Nangang and Tamsui lines, beneath Tamsui River, through Sanchong, and terminate in Xinzhuang District of New Taipei City. It is about 19.7km (12.2mi) long with a total of 16 underground stations.
Zhonghe Line台北捷運 — 中和線
Zhonghe MRT Line began its services from the 24th of December, 1998. The entire Zhonghe MRT system comprises a total distance of 5.4 km with 5 underground stations and platforms. The names of the stations are Dingxi, Jingan, Nanshijiao, and Yongan Market.
Xinyi Line 信義線
Xinyi MRT Line began its services from the 23th of November, 2013. The entire Xinyi MRT system comprises a total distance of 6.4 km with 7 underground stations and platforms. The names of the stations are Chiang Kai-Shek Memorial Hall, Dongmen, Daan Park, Daan, Xiniyi Anhe, Taipei 101 World Trade Center, and Xiangshan.
Songshan Line 松山線
Songshan MRT Line was open to the public on November 15th, 2014. The Taipei MRT has finally comes to the ending phase after establishing Songshan Line. Connecting the Songshan District with other district by MRT, Taipei MRT has reached its full potential of providing easy access around Taipei. Now connecting Songshan Railway Station all the way to Xindian Line, the station along the new Songshan Line includes Songshan, Nanjing Sanmin, Taipei Arena, Nanjing Fuxing, Songjian Nanjing, Zhongshan, Beimen, and Ximen.
Attractions: Along Songshan MRT Line, passengers may visit Taipei Wufengpu Shopping District, Raohe St. Night Market, Taipei Arena, and Ximending