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Old July 10th, 2011, 06:41 AM   #81
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Old July 10th, 2011, 08:57 AM   #82
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Tnanks for your reply.

What is the total length of line 1, 2 3 & 4?
This might help: http://tinyurl.com/69po99v
(Others on the forum may find this useful too.)
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Old July 10th, 2011, 02:12 PM   #83
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Tnanks for your reply.

What is the total length of line 1, 2 3 & 4?
Line 1 --- 7.8km (Seoul Metro) / 190.6km (Korail) --- 198.4km total
Line 2 --- 60.2km total (Seoul Metro)
Line 3 --- 38.2km (Seoul Metro) / 19.2km (Korail) --- 57.4km total
Line 4 --- 31.1km (Seoul Metro) / 39.4km (Korail) --- 70.5km total

urban transit total (Seoul Metro) --- 137.3km
commuter transit total (Korail) --- 249.2km
grand total --- 386.5km
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Old July 26th, 2011, 11:24 PM   #84
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Old July 27th, 2011, 04:01 AM   #85
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Can u get back the deposit for the T-money card like the single ticket card or not?
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Old July 30th, 2011, 03:57 PM   #87
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Can u get back the deposit for the T-money card like the single ticket card or not?
As far as i know, deposit can refundable
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Old July 30th, 2011, 08:09 PM   #88
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Are there plans for light rail or tramway in Seoul?
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Old July 31st, 2011, 01:26 AM   #89
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Are there plans for light rail or tramway in Seoul?
Light rails yes but not trams

under construction
Ui LRT
EverLine LRT
Uijeongbu LRT

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Dongbuk LRT
Sinrim LRT
Gwangmyeong LRT
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Old August 2nd, 2011, 07:30 PM   #90
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IMHO, there is no point in doing trams if it would dramatically affect (in a negative way) on the automobile traffic congestion in a given road-way. In fact, as much as possible, you would want to build it over the ground or under it..........but never at-grade.

It might be okay if you have big land area or space like in America (they can do this in LA because even if you use two lanes for MCTA or Metrolink trains, you still have tons of lanes for vehicles so no worries).

But in the case of small area like Seoul, I don't think at-grade rail is a good option.......unless you can deal with it.

So yeah, light rail (metro-style) would be a better option IMHO
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Old February 12th, 2012, 06:52 PM   #91
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Old March 3rd, 2012, 09:57 PM   #92
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Sin Bundang line is a suburban rail line - correct?

Currently there is no extension of Seoul's metro since 1 year, so is line 9 the final extension?
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Old March 7th, 2012, 02:33 PM   #93
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Seoul’s subway system was growing satisfactorily year by year form their first run, to build a very large network. Currently it is 316 Km. long, (excluding suburban train lines like Jungang, Bundang, Gyeongchun, Gyeongui, AREX & Sin Bundang lines). The progress was very satisfactory, but in the last two years, it was almost come to halt.

Since 2010, the only extensions are going on to suburban train lines. At first Jungang, Bundang, Gyeongchun & Gyeongui lines, and then recently AREX & Sin Bundang line.

Even in the future project, Everline, Suin, Sin Ansan etc. lines are planned. All these will be suburban train lines. Seoul is now planning many light-rail lines.

I think due to high cost, and already a very dense network of metro lines, extension of the metro system has almost halt, and if I’m not false, line 9 was the final extension of Seoul Metro. In future there will be more train & light-rail lines, but not metro.
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Old March 11th, 2012, 10:33 AM   #94
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Sin Bundang line is a suburban rail line - correct?

Currently there is no extension of Seoul's metro since 1 year, so is line 9 the final extension?
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I think due to high cost, and already a very dense network of metro lines, extension of the metro system has almost halt, and if I’m not false, line 9 was the final extension of Seoul Metro. In future there will be more train & light-rail lines, but not metro.
The original suwbay plan in the 3rd stage was to construct Line 9, 10, 11, 12, but Line 10, 11, 12 was cancelled and replaced by several LRT plans.

Seoul LRT Plans ( 7 lines, 73.6 km in total )
  • Sillim Line 신림선
    - Yeouido 여의도 ~ Seoul University 서울대학교
    - 7.82 km
    - Cost (plan) : 742.2 billion won
    - Preferred bidder selected and in negotiation with the bidder
  • Dongbuk Line 동북선
    - Wangsipni 왕십리 ~ Junggyedong 중계동
    - 12.3 km
    - Cost (plan) : 1144.7 billion won
    - Preferred bidder selected and in negotiation with the bidder
  • Myeonmok Line 면목선
    - Cheongnyangni 청량리 ~ Sinnaedong 신내동
    - 9.1 km
    - Cost (plan) : 859.9 billion won
    - In a stage to invite third party private investors
  • Seobu Line 서부선
    - Sejeol Station 새절역 ~ Jangseungbaegi 장승배기
    - 12.1 km
    - Cost (plan) : 1077.4 billion won
    - In a stage to write 'Request for Proposal to Construct and Operate'
  • Ui ~ Sinseol Line 우이~신설선
    - Ui 우이 ~ Sinseol 신설
    - 11.4 km
    - Cost(plan) : 755.4 billion won
    - Under Construction
  • Ui ~ Sinseol Extension 우이~신설 연장선
    - Ui 우이 ~ Banghak 방학
    - 3.5 km
    - Cost(plan) : 302.9 billion won
    - Government is doing Preliminary Feasibility Study
  • Mokdong Line 목동선
    - Sinweoldong 신월동 ~ Dangsan Station 당산역
    - 10.9 km
    - Cost(plan) : 903.4 billion won
    - No proposals from the third-party private investors
  • DMC LRT
    - DMC Ring LRT
    - 6.5 km
    - Cost(plan) : 197.6 billion won
    - Government is reviewing it
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Old March 11th, 2012, 02:44 PM   #95
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But I think, for a city like Seoul, metro will be the best choice, not light-rail.
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Old April 12th, 2013, 10:53 PM   #96
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Seoul is introducing overnight local bus service later this month.

There is a post at Kojects blog about it, along with a map:

http://kojects.com/2013/04/11/seoul-...-bus-services/
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Old April 13th, 2013, 01:48 PM   #97
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Hi! i'm new in this 3d. I've seen that there are two types of bus in Seoul: green and blue, and I like to know the difference.
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Old April 13th, 2013, 04:41 PM   #98
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Disagree there are lots of places in seoul where modern light rail would be of use, particulalry connections between metro lines, plenty of wide roads where you could put dedicated light rail lines. Seoul alredy has good metro system. Need both light and heavy rail to really have great public transport system.
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You can do at grade as there are many wide roads in seoul where taking out a couple of lanes of traffic will actually increase people moving capacity and also increase the amenity of the places. Last thing seoul needs is lots of ugly elevated light rail lines in road corridors. Thought they knocked down such a structure to make the place better
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Old April 13th, 2013, 05:05 PM   #100
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Hi! i'm new in this 3d. I've seen that there are two types of bus in Seoul: green and blue, and I like to know the difference.
Blue bus: trunk route (i.e. main boulevards) buses, through services crossing numerous districts within the city

Green buses: connecting services to blue buses, also serving as feeders to subway lines, tend to have shorter route lengths than blue buses, service area connecting neighboring districts

"Mauru bus" (not sure of spelling): also green, routes even shorter than regular green buses, reduced fare

Yellow bus: service that circulates in downtown Seoul and subcenters

Red bus: regional express bus that connects the city center with the metropolitan area (suburbs), different fare structure than above buses
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