The rail distribution patterns of TIAA MRT vibration-sensitive S7 section (A6~A7) consists of intersecting crossovers (including 4 sets of turnouts and 1 set of diamond crossing). Comparing to normal track styles, the road bed style of this section is a construction with turnouts and diamond crossing combinations which forms an integrated mass of concrete slabs. Concerning the installation regulations and the convenience of maintenance and replacement after official operation, the single rubber bearing and steel sleeve combination was adopted for the vibration control mechanism of this floating slab track (the single rubber bearing can be replaced via the sleeve's interior mechanism). The integral testing of vibration reduction design and functionality was consigned to the Service Center of Construction Technology and Materials of National Yunlin University of Science and Technology which began on Oct. 23 2012. They started with the regulated 2 millioncycle fatigue test from minimum load 10kN to maximum load 104kN setting frequency at 2.5Hz, and followed with a 220kN ultimate load test. Upon passing both of the tests, the single rubber bearing and steel sleeve combination design for S7 section vibration control was then acknowledged to conform to regulation. First, the single rubber bearing showed 3.47 mm displacement upon 104kN pre-test static load. Then, during the 10-day fatigue test, there were numerous check points respectively at 400 thousand, 800 thousand, 1.2 million, 1.45 million, 1.7 million, 1.9 million and 2 million cycles during continuous load increase. The purpose of setting numerous check points is to thoroughly test the performance of each and every part of the design in which the test results showed the objective fulfilling the standards. Lastly, the ultimate load test took place in which the load was added up to 475kN. Upon completion of the series of test, components of the objective showed no signs of damage which indicated that the vibration reduction design performance not only met the regulated standards but exceeded greatly.