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Old November 2nd, 2007, 04:38 PM   #1
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DAEJEON | Public Transport

Daejeon is situated in the centre of Korea, 160 km south of Seoul. Line 1 runs from Banseok in the northwest through the city center and east to Panam. The line is 22.6 km long with 22 stations.
















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Old November 2nd, 2007, 06:51 PM   #2
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Old November 2nd, 2007, 09:36 PM   #3
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Looks like Korean subway signage is quite standardized, with similar exit signs, numbered stations, and the like across several cities.
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The thing I don't like about the Daejeon subway is that there are no racks above the seats to put your things. (I've ridden it.) Look at the next to last picture. You can put your stuff under the seats, but in the winter the heat comes from there and I don't want to heat my backpack that much.

Seoul's subways have racks, which are very useful when it's crowded. These days Daejeon's subways aren't crowded, but maybe in a few years with more lines, they'll need racks. It doesn't make any sense why they wouldn't put them there.
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Old November 5th, 2007, 09:19 PM   #5
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The platform level is nice, but the train interiors are typical Rotem and the concourse levels are a bit bland for something so new. The red bicycle lane on the first picture is interesting, though.
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Old November 6th, 2007, 01:21 AM   #6
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The platform level is nice, but the train interiors are typical Rotem and the concourse levels are a bit bland for something so new. The red bicycle lane on the first picture is interesting, though.
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Old November 6th, 2007, 07:54 PM   #7
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when I lived there only Seoul and Pusan had subways, the thought of Daejon having a subway was a pie in the sky, Korea has come a long way i'm impressed!
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From Kojects:

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http://kojects.com/2016/07/18/daejeo...ens-this-week/

Daejeon BRT Opens This Week
18th Jul 2016





Daejeon will open a new BRT (bus rapid transit system) on July 20 connecting Daejeon and Osong stations. The 53km route also travels through Sejong using the existing Sejong BRT system and will reduce current travel times from Daejeon to Sejong by more than 20 minutes.

Bus 1001 which travels the route will also begin operating on the 20th, and travel times from Daejeon Station using the Daejeon BRT are:
  • 36 minutes to Sejong Terminal
  • 45 minutes to the Sejong Government Complex
  • 70 minutes to Osong Station
59 services a day will operate every 15-17 minutes on the route, and fares will be between 1700 – 2300 won depending how far you’re travelling. Bus times may change while details are still finalized during a trial period from 20 to 24 July

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