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Old February 27th, 2016, 01:22 AM   #221
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I wonder why the Suin Line is referred to as "commuter rail." Isn't this just a regular subway line?
I think they believe it is a metro-like commuter rail line.
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Old February 27th, 2016, 01:49 PM   #222
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EDIT : Strangely, I didn't get a subscription update from the above posts above the line's extension opening today. So what I just wrote pretty much restates dimlys1994's post, sorry about that.

Opening of the Suin Line West Extension

A 7.3km, 4-station extension to the Suin Line from Songdo Station to Incheon Station opened today. Incheon Station will now become a transfer station with Seoul subway Line 1. On the map below, the previously opened part of the line is drawn in grey (which also includes part of the Seoul Subway Line 4 that has no Suin Line service as of now), and the new extension in blue.

Starting by late 2017, the line will be extended Eastwards, sharing tracks with Seoul Subway Line 4 between Oido and Hanyang University at Ansan, and then continuing onto Suwon Station with the tracks from Hanyang University at Ansan to Suwon. It will then merge with the Bundang line to become one giant subway line from Wangsimni to Incheon station.


http://www.edaily.co.kr/news/NewsRea...G31&DCD=A00703



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Newly revamped Suin Line to reopen Saturday



Railroad tracks that had gone unused over the past four decades came back to life Wednesday morning, when a subway train pulled into the platform at Songdo Station on the Suin Line in Yeonsu District, Incheon, for the first time in 43 years.

The Incheon Metropolitan City Government announced Thursday that a 7.3-kilometer section of the Suin Line, from Songdo Station to Incheon Station, will open on Saturday. Composed of six cars, the subway will run every 15 minutes, except during rush hours, when it will run every 10 minutes.

The Suin Line commenced operations in September 1937, during Japan’s occupation of Korea. Japanese authorities at the time used the line to transport rice from Icheon and Yeoju, Gyeonggi, and salt from the Sorae and Namdong regions of Incheon before shipping them off to Japan.

The tracks were actively used after Korea’s independence and into 1960: A steam locomotive composed of six passenger cars and seven freight cars stopped at 15 stations seven times a day. But with the upturn in public transportation services, including buses, the Suin Line’s traffic slowly dwindled, until its stations closed down one by one from the 1970s.



The steam locomotive at the time was nicknamed the “kiddy train” for its 76.2-centimeter-wide (30-inch-wide) narrow-gauge railway - passengers’ knees touched when they sat across from one another on benches lined parallel to the windows.

“I remember the train was so narrow, I thought it would be derailed when it collided with a small bus in Hwaseong, Gyeonggi, in 1990,” recalled Jo Woo-seong, the curator of the Incheon Metropolitan City Museum.

The opening of the Suin Line’s new section follows the commencement of operations on the 13.2-kilometer section between Oido Station and Songdo Station in June 2012.

Another section of the subway line, from Hanyang University at Ansan Station to Suwon Station, at 19.9 kilometers, is under construction. With its conclusion, expected around late 2017, the original tracks of the kiddy train will be restored in their complete form.

Construction costs for the complete Suin Line amounts to 1.89 trillion won ($1.52 billion). Twice as wide as before, its tracks are all underground. With double tracks, the subway travels at 120 kilometers per hour, and travelers can reach Incheon Station from Songdo Station in 10 minutes. By car, the same distance typically takes about 30 minutes.
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Old March 8th, 2016, 11:15 PM   #223
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I have tweaked my Seoul map to give it more room, slightly better represent the relative positions of Incheon-Ansan-Suwon and accomodate the Suin line+extension.
Now Suin Line will be a straight line from Ansan to Suwon



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Old March 9th, 2016, 04:02 AM   #224
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I have tweaked my Seoul map to give it more room, slightly better represent the relative positions of Incheon-Ansan-Suwon and accomodate the Suin line+extension.
Now Suin Line will be a straight line from Ansan to Suwon



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http://www.inat.fr/metro/seoul/
Awesome. This is easily the best map of the Subway available. Line 2 as a true circle line makes it very easy to figure out the map (Naver Maps does kind of the same thing but they squared the line), it has the river, the West Sea / Yellow Sea depicted accurately. The addition of Namsan, Gyeongbokgung and Yeouido as an island is also a nice touch.

But more importantly, proportions / positions are accurate, all while keeping the map fairly square qnd without empty patches with just a white background.

Great work.

Just a few tiny thing you could maybe rework :
- Noryangjin now is a regular transfer station without the weird going-out-and-coming-back-in system where you had to pay again if you didn't have T-Money. So you don't have to stretch the transfer station like that and can just draw it like a regular subway station.
- The Gyeonggui-Jungang line stays North of the Han River for all of its course. Actually the river splits into two, and from Yangsu Station eastwards, the line is between the North Hangang and South Hangang. But anything west of that is without a doubt North of the river.
- The way the map is drawn as of today, it might not be so easy to fit in the Yeoju line, going from Pangyo to Imae, crossing the Bundang line and then avoiding any other line going east. It might work, but it make the line all crooked while the actual line will pretty much just go straight East from Pangyo.
- The Suin Line only goes from Incheon Station to Oido Station, there is no Suin Line service from Oido Station to Hanyang University at Ansan Station yet (there will be service from Oido all the way to Suwon starting in late 2017

So, that was some hardcore nitpicking... and I'm by no means an expert in the Seoul Subway System (and even less so in cartography).

So once again : truly awesome map. Thanks a lot.

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Old March 9th, 2016, 04:49 PM   #225
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Thanks @kimahrikku1

After working on Seoul, and in Seoul, I felt that the map needed to be topologically accurate in order to represent the layout of the metropolis and how its components relate to each other now that they are all interconnected.
The sea is very important, few people realize that Seoul has actually become a coastal city.

I updated the map based on your feed-back, Noryangjin is now a simpler shape, a bend was added to Han river and over optimistic Suin line was shortened.

PS I actually advises Naver on the building of their new map, you will notice a credit to my contribution in the bottom right corner
http://map.naver.com/?menu=subway&ma...n=1000&enc=b64

Some more about that project here:
http://www.inat.fr/works/naver-map-redesign/
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Yeongjong station on AREX line is about to be opened tommorow:
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Such an epic map!
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From Kojects:

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http://kojects.com/2016/04/15/guil-s...-another-exit/

Guil Station Finally Gets Another Exit
15th Apr 2016

There aren’t too many stations in Seoul with only one exit and now there is one less, with the addition of another exit at Guil Station (구일역) on Line 1.

While simply adding another exit to a minor station might not seem like news, Guil Station is home to the new Gocheok Sky Dome — Korea’s first dome baseball stadium completed in September last year and the lack of another exit was one of the issues surrounding the opening of the project

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Old April 27th, 2016, 05:26 PM   #229
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From Kojects:

http://kojects.com/2016/04/27/constr...gin-in-august/

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Construction on Northern Sinbundang Line Extension to begin in August

Andy Tebay 27th Apr 2016

Yesterday the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport announced that construction on the long-awaited northern Sinbundang Line extension would get underway this year.

Once the project is given the green light at the end of the planning stage in June, construction will begin in August on the first section from Gangnam (강남역) to Sinsa Station (신사역). This is expected to take just under six years, with a completion date of early 2022.

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Here is the full article from Kojects with the map. But the map goes all the way from Gangnam to Yongsan, while the first phase will only go to Sinsa along Gangnam-daero. I actually heard a couple of weeks ago that the first phase would probably only go to Sinsa from someone working at Hyundai Rotem. At the time what that person told me was that since it would take time to figure out how the Sinbundang and GTX lines connect and share tracks, it would take more time to finish up planning for the part of the line North of the River. But I guess the US Garrison is also a big reason.

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Construction on Northern Sinbundang Line Extension to begin in August

Yesterday the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport announced that construction on the long-awaited northern Sinbundang Line extension would get underway this year.

Once the project is given the green light at the end of the planning stage in June, construction will begin in August on the first section from Gangnam (강남역) to Sinsa Station (신사역). This is expected to take just under six years, with a completion date of early 2022.

Earlier this year we mentioned that the northern extension was still quite a way off, despite being outlined on subway map apps for several years, giving a false impression that it would be coming soon.

All three stations on the 2.5km extension will be transfer points — Sinnonhyeon (Line 9), Nonhyeon (Line 7) and Sinsa (Line 3), making travelling to these areas even easier for commuters from Seongnam, Yongin and Suwon. Once open, it’s expected that a trip from Gwanggyo to Sinsa will take 40 minutes.



The real bonus will be for those that already work or live in the Seoul area willing to pay a little bit extra to quickly jump between these popular areas. While there are several lines that stretch across the Gangnam district, if travelling “vertically” you usually have to catch a bus or go out of the way to transfer via subway. The introduction of the northern Bundang Line Extension in 2012 helped with this and the new Sinbundang Line extension will make it even easier to travel between such locations.

Nearly six years may seem like a long time for such a short extension, but one mustn’t forget that it will involve digging deep under Gangnam-daero, one of the busiest streets in Gangnam-gu. There will be a spiderweb of current infrastructure to work around as well as constructing three new transfer stations.

The remainder of the extension will be a 5.22km section from Sinsa that passes through Dongbingo(동빙고), National Museum of Korea(국립박물관) and ends at Yongsan(용산). MOLIT says that work on the second phase of the extension will begin as soon as the army base at Yongsan is moved. This extension will also take six years to build, so don’t get too excited just yet.
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Today, Hyochang Park station on Gyeongui–Jungang Line was opened:
http://www.newsis.com/ar_detail/view...0807&pID=10800

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I assume he/she used open source data, but I've just come across a video showing the 'Live times' of any train in the central district(s) during the average weekday.

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Old May 18th, 2016, 02:05 PM   #233
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One of the largest subway networks exists in Seoul. The metro network is nowadays increasing a bit slowly than before, but suburban rail system is increasing faster.

The most interesting thing is both metro line 7 and hybrid line 1 is connecting the satellite township Incheon, which has a separate metro system. Inchon’s suburban rail line is also connecting Seoul’s hybrid line 4.

Metro line 9 will be extended to west Seoul up to Veterans Hospital.
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Massive Changes to Incheon’s Bus System from Saturday
29th Jul 2016



This Saturday, a large number of Incheon’s bus routes will undergo major changes and some routes will disappear completely. The changes coincide with the opening of Incheon’s Line 2 and is the first major reform of the city’s bus system since the opening of Gyeongin commuter rail (Line 1) in 1974.

41% of Incheon’s bus routes (86 in total) will be changed, 15 new bus routes will be introduced and 27 existing routes will be scrapped. In order to prepare for the changes, Incheon’s BIS (bus information system) has been turned off for all of Friday (29 July) which means bus arrival times will not be displayed at bus stops or via apps. The system will go back online from midnight Saturday

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Opening of Incheon Subway Line 2

Today, at 5:30, the new Incheon Subway Line 2, a fully-automatic line, opened to the public.

It has 27 stations, and runs over 29.2km from Unyeon Station to Geomdan Oryu Station. It features 3 transfer stations:
- Geomam Station (AREX Line)
- Juan Station (Seoul Subway Line 1)
- Incheon City Hall (Incheon Subway Line 1)

Also, by 2020, an extension of Line 7 should bring an extra transfer station at Seongnam Station (which is not spelled like the city of Seongnam)

Video about the opening:



https://namu.wiki/w/%EC%9D%B8%EC%B2%...98%B8%EC%84%A0

News: http://www.gukjenews.com/news/articl...l?idxno=527309

Also, as part of the opening of the new line, the Incheon bus system was completely modified with about 50% of the lines changing (new lines, cancelled line, different routes)

Also, this morning, the subway was hit by quite a few problems and had to be suspended for a bit. So that was a far from perfect first day so far.

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Construction of the Magok Station on AREX Line

The AREX line (from Seoul Station to Incheon Int'l Airport), will have a new station named Magok Station, starting from 2017.

This station was planned all along, but wasn't developed until the Magok area became more dynamic.

Actually, the station will be a transfer station with the existing Magongnaru Station on Line 9.

Here is what the new station will look like:



http://www.sedaily.com/NewsView/1KZZHW9KJU

And the location of the new station on the line (in red) :



http://www.ajunews.com/view/20160511110446518

The construction is starting right now and should be completed by the end of next year. By 2025, 39,000 passengers are expected to use the station daily
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Why this new station shouldn't be called Magongnaru to avoid confusion?
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Why this new station shouldn't be called Magongnaru to avoid confusion?
I can't really say for sure. i think that both the AREX Line and Line 9 both have fairly complex planning, ownership, management structure, so they probably each came up with a different name during the planning phase. The article does say that transfer will be available between line 9 and AREX, but since AREX has a different pricing system (basically costs at least 5000 KRW no matter what), maybe they didn't bother considering it as only one station.

For information, Magongnaru (which is actually Magok-naru, but is spelled out differently in English because of the pronounciation). Naru meaning "harbor". And the Magok station is slightly more inland (away from the river), by about 100 meters or so.

There is another station nearby already named Magok (line 5), so in the end, I think the Magok Station on AREX will be renamed Magongnaru, with a "normal" transfer station will line 9. But I'm not sure.

So long story short : it will probably just be renamed Magongnaru in the end.
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English language reports on two lines just completed or about to be completed

Incheon Subway Line 2

From Kojects : http://kojects.com/2016/08/08/incheo...s-updated-map/

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Incheon Line 2 Teething Problems and Updated Map

Incheon’s Line 2 has been open for just over a week now but not everything has gone smoothly. While any new line is bound to have hiccups, the media isn’t pulling any punches after at least 9 incidents over the past 8 days. This included trains stopping due to problems with sensors and faulty signal equipment causing doors not to open, resulting in passengers using emergency switches to exit the train manually.

Unlike Incheon’s Line 1 which is a standard subway line, Line 2 is a driverless light rail system that travels both above and below ground. The new line travels from northern Incheon to the south and southwestern areas of the city. For more information on the line, check out our post from a year ago.

Incheon Transit Corporation says that it has replaced faulty equipment, is carrying out checks on screen doors every four hours, and will be carrying out a special safety audit with third-party experts from 8-11 August.

Over the past week the line has served an average of 95,000 passengers, not far off the city’s estimate of 108,000. This should have also quelled fears of overloading which was a concern prior to opening – although some might argue that passengers are avoiding the line until it’s more reliable.

Updated map:

In our previous post we included a tentative map of all the stops on the line and mentioned that the station names weren’t finalized yet. It turns out that many have changed – see the names of the stations on the map and list below.

Ui LRT Line

The Korea Economic Daily : http://english.hankyung.com/news/app...01608051325471

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Ui-Shinseoldong Light Rail Project Suddenly Stopped Right Before Opening



The construction of the Ui-Shinseol line, the first light rail for the Seoul metropolitan city, which connects Ui-dong in Gangbuk-gu with Shinseol-dong in Dongdaemun-gu, suddenly stopped in four months before official opening.

After conflicts between the Seoul metropolitan city government and the private operator over how to improve the profitability of the light rail and how to share the construction losses, the private operator decided to stop the construction tentatively from August 5.

Accordingly, the opening of the Ui-Shinseol line, originally scheduled on November 30, is expected to be delayed for a substantial period of time.

The Ui-Shinseol line was expected to accommodate up to 130,000 citizens per day, with its construction delay likely to deal a blow against the related housing markets and commercial communities.

According to sources close to the situation on August 4, the Seoul metropolitan city government and the private operator Uitrans declared a breakdown of their negotiation over how to share the burden arising from the construction losses and how to re-establish the operational profit structure.
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Groundbreaking of the Gangnam-Sinsa extension of the Shinbundang line

I mentioned back in April that the northern extension of the Shinbundang line from Gangnam to Yongsan would begin in August. The construction officially started today. For the first phase, the construction will only go up to Sinsa station because for the Yongsan station, they're waiting for the US Army to vacate the base before starting.

So the first phase of the extension will be rather short (2.5). It will run below Gangnam Avenue, and create new transfer stations at Sinnonhyeon Station (Line 9), Nonhyeon Station (Line 7) and Sinsa Station (Line 3).

I'm quite curious to see how affected the traffic will be while they build this new subway line right underneath one of the country's busiest and most famous main roads...



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Article from Kojects : http://kojects.com/2016/04/27/constr...gin-in-august/

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Construction on Northern Sinbundang Line Extension to begin in August

Yesterday the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport announced that construction on the long-awaited northern Sinbundang Line extension would get underway this year.

Once the project is given the green light at the end of the planning stage in June, construction will begin in August on the first section from Gangnam (강남역) to Sinsa Station (신사역). This is expected to take just under six years, with a completion date of early 2022.

Earlier this year we mentioned that the northern extension was still quite a way off, despite being outlined on subway map apps for several years, giving a false impression that it would be coming soon.

All three stations on the 2.5km extension will be transfer points — Sinnonhyeon (Line 9), Nonhyeon (Line 7) and Sinsa (Line 3), making travelling to these areas even easier for commuters from Seongnam, Yongin and Suwon. Once open, it’s expected that a trip from Gwanggyo to Sinsa will take 40 minutes.



The real bonus will be for those that already work or live in the Seoul area willing to pay a little bit extra to quickly jump between these popular areas. While there are several lines that stretch across the Gangnam district, if travelling “vertically” you usually have to catch a bus or go out of the way to transfer via subway. The introduction of the northern Bundang Line Extension in 2012 helped with this and the new Sinbundang Line extension will make it even easier to travel between such locations.

Nearly six years may seem like a long time for such a short extension, but one mustn’t forget that it will involve digging deep under Gangnam-daero, one of the busiest streets in Gangnam-gu. There will be a spiderweb of current infrastructure to work around as well as constructing three new transfer stations.

The remainder of the extension will be a 5.22km section from Sinsa that passes through Dongbingo(동빙고), National Museum of Korea(국립박물관) and ends at Yongsan(용산). MOLIT says that work on the second phase of the extension will begin as soon as the army base at Yongsan is moved. This extension will also take six years to build, so don’t get too excited just yet.
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