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Old September 6th, 2016, 05:48 AM   #241
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Train increase on subway line 9

Starting last week, new trains were introduced on Seoul subway line 9. Four new trains of 4 cars each were put in service, in express shuttle train mode. These trains run mostly at rush hour, and on only some of the stations to provide relief for the overly congested morning and evening commute. Before the implementation, the line was running at 233% capacity. With these new trains, the city hopes to decrease the rate to below 200%.

Apparently, so far, it is already having an effect, although it is still too crowded.

Starting in october, 16 additional cars will be put in service, further increasing capacity and creating the first 6-car trainsets (the system was built for 8-car sets but all trains only have 4 cars at the moment). Further additional batches of trains will help further down the road as well, with new trains scheduled for late 2017 and late 2018, when the line will extend further east.





I wrote a post about it a couple of months ago, so there it is again :

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Seoul Subway Line 9 to increase capacity

Seoul Subway Line 9 is a crucial line to Seoul's infrastructure. It's most recent line built truly within Seoul, in 2009 (excluding extensions or lines that mostly go to satellite cities). It is the first privately-run line of the city and also offers a slicks express train service.

The line has been successful (as far as passenger), but management hasn't been adequate. From day 1, the line was saturated, with only 24 trains on the line. That was somewhat alleviated in 2011 with the addition12 train sets. However, the issue became worse than ever in March 2015 with the opening of Phase 2 from Sinnonhyeon to Jamsil Sports Complex. This has created additional traffic, and made the line more attractive to people going to Gangnam (who previously had to take line 2 or 7). So the demand increased. The supply, in relative terms, decreased, because no new trains were introduced and the existing 36 train sets had to cover 30 stations instead of 25. So the line is crowded, and the frequency is low compared to other lines (especially considering that the trains are only 4 cars each, while most other lines have 6, 8 or 10-car sets).

The line has been satirically called Hell's Subway (it's a Korean pun that doesn't translate into english) because it's too crowded.

The city has seemingly a plan that should be much more viable for the coming years.

The Line 9 depot (located at Gaewha) is being extended, with new lines. Construction started today and will finish in August. Once completed, the depot will be able to hold more trains. Starting from August and until the end of the year, 32 additional cars will be brought into service (8 trainsets), bringing the total to 44.

That will still be insufficient to some degree I guess, and by the end of 2017, 38 additional train sets will be put into circulation. Which will translate into one additional trainset (total of 45), but with some trainsets (17 to be precise) having 6 cars instead of 4.

And then, in 2018, Phase 3 of the line will be opened, extending the line Eastwards by 9.4km and 8 stations. And this time around, the city will be prepared as it plans to roll out 80 new cars at the opening of phase 3. The number of trainsets will rise slightly from 45 to 49, but all trains will then have 6 cars, instead of 4.

Here is the recap below (in Korean but I think you can figure it out, it's basically just numbers).



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How many daily passengers currently carries the line 9?
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Old September 7th, 2016, 04:25 AM   #243
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How many daily passengers currently carries the line 9?
According to this article, it's about 500,000 passengers a day, twice what they had expected. In 2012, the numbers I found were only about 250,000 passengers, so the extension to Gangnam (and Sports Complex), made it a much more interesting commute for many workers, resulting in the congestion.

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According to this article, it's about 500,000 passengers a day, twice what they had expected. In 2012, the numbers I found were only about 250,000 passengers, so the extension to Gangnam (and Sports Complex), made it a much more interesting commute for many workers, resulting in the congestion.

http://www.g-enews.com/ko-kr/news/ar...1/article.html
I suppose that it's a nice change that someone underestimated ridership projections, but how could they get it so wrong? As is hit upon in that article tangentially, this and Line 2 are the only lines which really offer service across the entirety of the southern half of the city. It also seems odd that they'd use shorter trainsets; I thought that 8-car sets were sort of the standard.

Well, at least they're doing something about it now.
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Old September 25th, 2016, 03:56 PM   #245
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Opening of the Gyeonggang Line (Pangyo-Yeoju section)

A new 54.8km, 11-station subway line (actually more of a commuter line) has opened on September 24th. It's the Gyeonggang Line. The full completed line should reach all the way from Incheon to Gangneung in the East Sea / Sea of Japan. We'llprobably get some different kind of service on different parts of the line, so it won't all be a subway line in the end.

There are 5 parts to this future "Gyeonggang Line":
- Incheon-Wolgot : Already built, but as part of the Suin Line. This part is not always considerd part of the Gyonggang Line
- Wolgot-Pangyo Line : Subway line reaching from Wolgot on the Suin Line to Pangyo on the Shinbundang line. The line would begin construction in 2019, and share some tracks with the New Ansan (or Shinansan), also in its planning stage
- Pangyo-Yeoju Line : Which opened yesterday. Also, in a semi related project, the Center Inland Line (no subway service line) is currently being built form Bubal station (on the Pangyo-Yoeju Line) to Chungju and then Mungyeong. So in the future, the Pangyo-Yeoju line will be part of the Center Inland Line as passengers from Chungju (2019) and Mungyeong (2021 I believe) will be able to go straight to Pangyo without having to change trains.
- Yeoju-Wonju : A small segment that is still fairly early in its planning with a 2024 completion target.
- Wonju-Gangneung Line : This line will see KTX service at up the 250kph. The line is set to open in late 2017 ahead of the 2018 winter Olympics

Here is a map with the different part of the project:


https://namu.wiki/w/%ED%8C%8C%EC%9D%BC:4X14xy0.jpg


As for the line that opened yesterday, the Pangyo-Yeoju line, it is considered a subway line at the moment with subway service.

It brings subway service for the first time to the cities of Gwangju, Icheon and Yeoju, and in addition to the Pangyo Station (Shinbundang Line), has an extra transfer station at Imae Station (Bundang Line)



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official basic investment plan will be announced by Ministry of transfer korea
My home town Shinanasansun of Seoul
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Anticipation
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official basic investment plan will be announced by Ministry of transfer korea
My home town Shinanasansun of Seoul

As I said
Today Shinanasansun New subway official announced by Ministry of transfer korea
http://www.ikld.kr/news/articleView.html?idxno=62456

My home town first subway

Most subway built by government money
But this subway mix with civil money.
Hugest cost $3 billions USD
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Old October 1st, 2016, 11:42 PM   #248
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Nice!

1st phase is expected to enter in service by 2023.



43.6km in total, 39.6km Yeouido~Jungang + 4km Siheung Branch Line.

KTX Gwangmyeong Station will receive more traffic!

The Siheung Branch Line (Gwangmyeong~Siheung City Hall) will provide through running with the Daegok-Sosa-Wonsi Line and Seohae Line.

The main line, from Jungang, I suppose will run through the Suin Line to Incheon.

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Old October 2nd, 2016, 03:44 PM   #249
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So, is this the final route plan? Considering how well it connects the future and presently surrounding rail lines, it seems ideal. Good to see that it's hooking up with the Seohae line, too; I've been wondering on the progress of the high-speed Seohae for a long time.

I should really learn more Korean .
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Shinansansun subway
Official public announced by Ministry of korea transfer&land at 13 Oct 2016

project way : BTO-rs : Build Transfer Operate risk sharing
estimate 33,895억원($ 3 billions)
project detail presentation is going to held at KOREA CITY RAIL CENTER AT 28 OCTOBER

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MOLIT: Issue No. 2016 - 665

Notice:

On the basis of Article 2 of Provision 8 of the Act on Private Participation in Infrastructure ("PPI Act") and the Government of Republic of Korea (the “Government”) designates the Railway Doubling-tracking and Electrification Project of the Sinansan Line as a public-private partnership investment (BTO-rs) project. Provision 10 of the PPI Act and Article 10 of the Enforcement Ordinance allow the authority to announce a Request For Proposals for the facilities construction and operation as follows.

1. Outline

○ Project Title: Railway Doubling-tracking and Electrification Project of the Sinansan Line
○ Railway Alignment: Ansan ~ Gwangmyeong ~ Yeouido (30.6 km),
Songsan Car Depot ~ Siheung City Hall ~ Gwangmyeong (13.0 km)
○ Scope: Double track and electrification (43.6 km) of the Sinansan Line
○ Estimated Budget: KRW 3,389.5 billion (constant price at the end of 2013)
○ Construction Period: 60 months from construction commencement date

2. Request For Proposals Primary Contents

○ Project Type
- On the basis of Provision 4 of the PPI Act and Provision 33 of Public-Private Partnerships in Infrastructure Preliminary Plan, the Government shall share a portion of risk of the private investment (build-transfer-operate risk sharing (BTO-rs)). The detailed risk sharing method will be determined on the concession agreement to be entered into between the Government and the concessionaire.

○ Project Applicant
- A corporate entity which either presently exists or will be established.
- In case a project applicant consist of five (5) shareholders or more , the aggregate share ratio of the top three (3) major shareholders shall be equal to or greater than 50% and the share ratio of the one (1) largest shareholder shall be equal to or greater than 25%.

○ Concession Term
- The concessionaire shall retain the right of operation and maintenance for 40 years following the commencement date of the operation.

○ Proposal Evaluation
- A two phase selection procedure will be conducted. Phase 2 evaluation (technical and financial) will performed only for the project applicants who have passed Phase 1 evaluation (pre-qualification).
- Phase 1: Evaluation will be conducted for eligibility of project applicants concerning design capability (D), building construction capability (B), finance capability (F) and operation capability (O). Phase 1 evaluation only determines whether a project applicant has passed or not passed its pre-qualification. The result of Phase 1 evaluation shall not reflect on the Phase 2 evaluation score.
- Phase 2: Technical (480 points) and financial (520 points) evaluations will be conducted (1,000 points in total).

3. Proposal Submission

○ Phase 1 (Pre-Qualification) Submission:
Proposals shall be hand-delivered between the hours of 10:00~18:00 on the 45th day from the following day of this public notice (in case of a national holiday or weekend, between the hours of 10:00~18:00 on the next business day).
○ Phase 2 (Business Plan) Submission:
Proposals shall be hand-delivered between the hours of 10:00~18:00 on the 120th day from the following day of this public notice (in case of a national holiday or weekend, between the hours of 10:00~18:00 on the next business day).
○ Submission Location
Conference Room 1 (4th floor), Seoul Metropolitan Regional Office, Korea Rail Network Authority (378, Cheongpa-ro, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, Korea, Tel: +82-42-607-3973, +82-42-607-3975).
※ Submission by mail or delivery service will not be accepted.

4. Project Information

○ Request For Proposal details and design drawings will be available to project applicants at the Intercity & PPP Projects Division (19th floor), Korea Rail Network Authority (Tel: +82-42-607-3973, +82-42-607-3975) for twenty (20) days from the following day of this public notice.

○ There will be a field briefing for project applicants at 14:00 on October 28, 2016 (Fri.) at the Auditorium (3rd floor) of Seoul Metropolitan Regional Office, Korea Rail Network Authority. Any changes in schedule and location will be posted at the MOLIT website.

5. Others

○ Question Regarding Proposal Preparation
- Questions regarding proposal preparation shall be submitted in writing by mail to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (Private Invested Railway Team, Tel: +82-44-201-3986). Questions must be received in writing within twenty (20) days after this public notice.
- Questions and Answers Summary will be posted at on the 30th day from the following day of the question submission.

○ Detailed information of this notice on the infrastructure project framework plan will be posted atand Korea Development Institute's Public and Private Infrastructure Investment Management Center (PIMAC) website. If you have any questions regarding this notice, please contact the Private Invested Railway Team, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (Tel: +82-44-201-3983, +82-44-201-3986)
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I heard that shinansansun is trouble due to most company skeptical economic feasibility
But Shinbundang extension line will soon U/C
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Will Han River water taxis take off?

Three days before the Han River water taxi service resumed last month, a group of reporters boarded one at the dock located inside Banpo Han River Park in Seoul.

Eight water taxis were anchored at the water taxi stand, while workers were busy putting the finishing touches to the boulevard that led to the dock.

“We will get to your destination as soon as possible in the safest way,” said Kim In-geun, a water taxi driver with 30 years of experience at sea, welcoming passengers with a friendly smile.



The interior of the boat was luxurious and the seats were soft. Apart from a few bumps, the ride was surprisingly comfortable.

It took about eight minutes for the water taxi to depart “Seoraenaru” ferry dock at Banpo Han River Park and arrive at Yeouido.

“Unless Han River freezes during winter, water taxis will be able to provide a quick and safe ride for commuters,” Kim proudly said.



Akin to a chauffeur-driven limousine on the road, the water taxis were first introduced in Seoul in 2007. After years of slow business, with an average number of seven daily passengers, the service came to halt in April 2014, when it was revealed that the service’s operator was Cheonghaejin Marine Co., a shipping company linked to the sinking of the Sewol ferry.

Resuming the operation after a 2 1/2 year hiatus with a new operator, the Seoul Metropolitan Government has also changed the target customer group.

Of the eight water taxes in service, five will be mainly used by tourists for sightseeing, offering onboard programs such as feeding migratory birds and watching the sunset.

The rest -- three taxis that can fit up to seven passengers -- will shuttle commuters.

Traveling at a speed of 60 kilometers per hour, a water taxi can get from Jamsil to Yeouido in 40 minutes. A single trip costs 5,000 won ($4.35) -- 20 minutes faster and 13,000 won cheaper than a road taxi.

“We are going to provide season tickets or T-money service for commuters in order to provide convenience to passengers and actively promote the water taxi as a form of transportation,” said Kim Jung-ho, the manager of Han River water taxi operation in Seoul City.

Despite the ambitious plans, hurdles seem to remain for the business to take off.

“Water taxis may be faster on the water, but it takes at least 15 minutes to walk from the water taxi stand to my office located at Jamsil Station. I think I would rather take the subway, despite it being super packed in the morning, since I would not have to walk so much,” a 34-year-old office worker who commutes to Jamsil every morning told The Korea Herald.

An American lawyer who frequently visits Seoul said she does not see the difference between a water taxi and the ferry cruise that started running on the Han River in July.

“When I visit the Han River, I normally opt for (the) sightseeing ferry because it is cheaper for a longer ride. I think maybe I could try a water taxi once, although the price is twice as much, for private use such as partying,” she said.

The multipurpose cruise ship Araho, a city-run sightseeing ferry cruise on the Han River, has been gaining popularity among citizens and foreigners for its onboard activities such as watching a traditional Samulnori show and buffet dining. Seoul City said the cruise attracted at least a thousand visitors over the summer this year.

Kim, the manager of Han River water taxi operations at Seoul City said that water taxis can cater to a small group of passengers’ needs as it operates eight different sightseeing courses.

According to him, water taxis used for sightseeing will cost 25,000 won per person for the first 30 minutes of each ride, with 8,000 won charged for every additional 10 minutes.

The price is far lower than the previous price of 70,000 won for a 30-minute trip.

On the accessibility issue, Seoul Metropolitan Government said it would install more bicycle stands and run a public bicycle rental service around the water taxi stands so passengers can easily travel to nearby destinations or bus and subway stations.

Environmentalists also take issue with water taxies.

According to the Korean Federation for Environmental Movement, programs on the water taxis could negatively influence the ecosystem of animals that live at the Han River.

“Migratory birds are very sensitive when they visit (floating islets in the Han River) to rest. Programs such as feeding migratory birds on water taxis is an absolutely ridiculous idea,” said Shin Jae-un from the KFEM.

Bamseom, one of the uninhabited islets on the part of the Han River near Yeouido, is frequently visited by migratory birds such as mallards, great egrets, mandarins, common kestrels and spotbills throughout the year.

While it offers no access to humans, Bamseom was officially designated as a habitat for migratory birds in 2012. It has been left as a natural sanctuary for its characteristic Ramsar wetlands. Some experts visit it for bird watching or observation of the unique ecosystem located in the heart of the city.

Environmental activists also argued that the sound or waves that water taxis make could have an impact on animals such as migratory birds.

“Some civic groups are trying to reserve part of the Han River as a habitat for endangered animals such as porpoises,” said an official from the KFEM.

“If Seoul City decides to run water taxis without noticing the effects it has on the ecosystem of the Han River as well as its low economic benefits, it is making the same mistake as a previous mayor did a decade ago,” an official added.

By Kim Da-sol ([email protected])
http://www.koreaherald.com/view.php?ud=20161102000711
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Breaking News
-Weraeshinsa Light rail transit ongoing by GS company instead of SAMSUNG C&T
-Shinansan Subway official project presentation by Ministry of Transfer&land korea
In there Most famous construction company participated on that PT and heard information from government
about 3 billions huge subway project.
Now considering by government for selecting ONE COMPANY for U/C
We can know which company will be U/C at December 2016

p.s If there is no proper U/C company then government again public offering. in short no delay ground breaking of shinansan line.
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Seoul invites bids for metro trains
Monday, November 14, 2016



SEOUL Metropolitan Infrastructure invites bids by November 23 for a fleet of 32 trains for operation on Line 9 of the Korean’s capital’s metro network

The cost of the trains is estimated at Won 46 billion ($US 39.2m). Each four-car train will have two trailer and two motorised cars. Delivery must be completed by the end of 2018

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Korea industrial bank success $800 millions PF for shinbundang line(Youngsan~gangnam)7.8km

If U/C completed then shinbundangline is total 42km length and $5billions subway in seoul

P.S this PF fund participated korea national fund(world 3th hugest fund)
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Seoul metro operators to merge
Thursday, November 24, 2016



SEOUL Metropolitan Council announced on November 23 that Seoul Metro and Seoul Metropolitan Rapid Transit Corporation (SMRT) will be merged following a majority vote from the unions of both corporations

Seoul Metro operates the majority of lines 1-4, and SMRT is responsible for lines 5-8. The merger is intended to improve services and safety by standardising equipment and facilities across all lines, as well as combining the skills of staff from both operators

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BREAKING NEWS!
Today 2 company suggest public offering of Shinansan line subway!!!
"eco rail inc&shinansan rial inc!!!!!

So one of them will be selected as major company of NEW SEOUL SUBWAY
$ 3 BILLIONS MEGA PROJECT!
MY HOME TOWN WILL BE TO BUILT FIRST SUBWAY
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Official - Sincheon station on Line 2 officially renamed into Jamsilsaenae station:
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Seoul orders Hyundai Rotem metro trains
Tuesday, December 20, 2016



SEOUL Metropolitan Government’s Urban Infrastructure division has awarded a Won 44bn ($US 36.8m) contract to Hyundai Rotem for 32 metro cars for operation on Line 9

The cars are needed to relieve overcrowding on Line 9 which is particularly acute during the morning peak where the number of passengers can exceed capacity by 200% and to provide additional trains in time for the opening of an 8km extension from the Jamsil Sports Complex east to the Veterans Hospital in 2018

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Have they ever gone international with the train set order?
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