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Grab a Seat / Public Transportation

Grab a Seat

"Grab a Seat if You're in Need."
The conceptual system "Grab a Seat" is a seats-sharing interface designed for Taipei MRT.
The system redefined the concept of existing priority seats, aiming to resolve numerous
problems such as ignored invisible needs or misunderstood seat-occupying. As simple as it
sounds, through the system, a provider willingly shows an offer of his available seat, and
the offer could be identified and "grabbed" by a person in need.

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Chang Gung University

Chang Gung University
Guishan, Taoyuan County, Taiwan