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May 8th, 2007
The TRA has invested almost US$85 million into the new trains. They employ nanotechnology to help sterilize restrooms and clean the glass windows on the trains. According to TRA officials, a special coating on the windows prevents dust from accumulating.
The Taroko Express will run three times a day from Taipei to Hualien, and will make an extra run on holidays. A one-way ticket costs a little more than US$13.
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