A project by HaoChe Hung

Taipei City, Taiwan

2017-2020 Portfolio Book  

Motor City: Food Delivery 2.0

Food delivery by motorcycle has become prevalent in Taipei. Based on the high usage rate of the motorcycle in Taiwan, the number of motor driver registers quickly rose and enhanced the food delivery business. However, the conflict between food delivery and the urban system also aggravated. From traffic issues to the human rights of the drivers, this phenomenon emphasizes the difficulty that drivers face on the street and the incompetence of the existing urban system to coordinate with the new service process.

MOTOR FOOD DELIVERY 2.0 tries to optimize the delivery process and create space for resting and social activities by implanting new systems into the existing urban context. This project aims to not only improve the quality of food delivery but also create inclusive public space for motor drivers and better dining out experience.