Taiwan's Infrastructure well-planned and had efficient transport network. As an export-oriented economy, its many businesses are heavily dependent on shipping, by air and sea, for the transport of their goods to overseas markets. Taiwan has total of 21,687 miles of roads, 90 percent of which are paved. Taiwan has a modern railway system that provides frequent and convenient passenger service between major cities on the island. In addition, Taiwan's railway network 1,542 miles. Taiwan high-speed railway planned HSR route, 212 miles long, will pass through the west corridor of the island. Ten stations will be located from Taipei to Kaohsiung to serve about 22 million residents in the region. Taiwan's shipping industry had a fleet of 255 vessels weighing over 100 gross tons. Taiwan claims to have one of the largest fleets of cargo container ships in the world. Taiwan has 6 international harbors: Chilung, Suao, Taichung, Hualien, Anping, and Kaohsiung. Taiwan has 2 international airports e.i. Chiang Kai-shek International Airport at Taoyuan in northern Taiwan and Kaohsiung International Airport in the south. In addition, there are several domestic airports. 51 Airlines have been providing flight services to destinations in Taiwan. There are 34 foreign carriers, and 5 domestic-based airlines: EVA Airways, Mandarin Airlines, China Airlines, Transasia Airways, and Far Eastern Air Transport Corporation.
Taiwan Government recently allocated NT$420 billion under “Forward-Looking Infrastructure Program” Infrastructure Investment Budget for the next 3 years. Since local suppliers are not yet able to independently complete all aspects of the projects (such as mass transit, energy and water), there are opportunities for foreign contractors to take roles during the upcoming implementation of the Program.