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Old August 14th, 2011, 10:39 PM   #501
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Is the Sin Bundang line running yet? I think it is due to open this month, and I have even seen maps with it marked on as being part of the system - but they also did that with the Gyeongchun Line a few weeks before it opened.
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Is the Sin Bundang line running yet? I think it is due to open this month, and I have even seen maps with it marked on as being part of the system - but they also did that with the Gyeongchun Line a few weeks before it opened.
The openning of Shin Bundang line is postponed to the late of next month, because some of stations was flooded by water during the June's heavy rain and the test of Seoul Metropolitan Integrated Fare system on the line is not completed.
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Is there a date fixed for Shin Bundang yet? And is the Everland Light Rail open? I read it was supposed to opeon on 30th Sept, but it has been delayed so often that I thought it would be delayed again!
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Old October 5th, 2011, 06:47 AM   #505
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If I'm not mistaken, this is an alternative render of the Incheon Subway line 2 vehicle.

If only they would have gone with this model.


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Actually, this is Sao paulo metro line 4.
Probably not, unless its the same train with a different appearance; this is the driverless Hyundai-Rotem trainset actually operating in Sao Paulo's line 4, made in Korea:
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Is there a date fixed for Shin Bundang yet? And is the Everland Light Rail open? I read it was supposed to opeon on 30th Sept, but it has been delayed so often that I thought it would be delayed again!
Sinbundang Line is now officially open.

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source: http://www.chrisinsouthkorea.com/201...ne-opens-seoul

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Life in Korea: the Sinbundang line opens (Seoul)



EDITED 31 October 2011 to include a couple extra details not seen on previous posters

It’s official – the Sin-bundang / Shin-bundang line opens on October 29, 2011 at 3pm.

This is more of a PSA, seeing as how many of you wonderful readers are into travel and life in Korea.

The Sinbundang line (신분당선) is essentially a shortcut from Gangnam station down to the Bundang / Seongnam area. Taking the Bundang line does indeed get you to the same area, but it takes longer. Currently, the Seolleung-to-Jeongja part of the Bundang line takes 36 minutes and goes through 15 stations. While great for connecting the residents in those areas to the greater Seoul system, sometimes you need something a bit faster.

The essential details from the above poster:

The line has six stations. From left to right: Gangnam station (line 2), Yangjae station (line 3), Yangjae Citizen’s Forest station, Cheonggyesan station, Pangyo station, and Jeongja station (Bundang line).
Trains run at the same times as the rest of the subway system – from 5:30am to 1:00am during weekdays and until midnight on weekends and holidays.
During weekday rush hours (7-9am and 6-8pm), trains arrive every 5 minutes; the rest of the day, trains arrive every 8 minutes.
On weekends and holidays, trains arrive every 8 minutes.
The subway’s fare is 1,600 won (using your T-money card), with a 50% discount given to children and 20% discount given to teenagers.

While not on the poster above, the line is also being branded as the DX line. No word on what the DX stands for yet.

EDIT 31 October 2011: A poster at the Yangjae Citizen Forest station gives some details on the pricing. Essentially, it’s 1,600 won to ride it – even one stop – with a maximum of 1,800 won from one end of the line to the other. Transfers are still free, however.


The Sinbundang line will zip you from Gangnam to Jeongja – 17.3 km, or about 10.75 miles – in about 16 minutes.



Since the whole point of this line is to connect with other subway lines and otherwise make commuting faster, some changes are also coming to older stations. At Gangnam and Yangjae station, for example, plenty of posters prominently display how some of the exits will be changed.

In plain English, the changes to expect are the following:

At Gangnam station: 4 exits are added and 6 exit numbers have changed.

Exit 1 (to Yeoksam station) –> remains exit 1.

Exit 2 (to Baeng Baeng Sageori) –> remains exit 2.

OLD Exit 3 (KDB bank) –> turns into exit 7.

OLD Exit 4 (Seocho-1-dong and 2-dong) –> turns into exit 8 (also towards Seoul National University of Education station, or Gyodae station).

OLD Exit 5 (Seocho-4-dong) –> turns into exit 9 (also towards Seoul National University of Education station, or Gyodae station).

OLD Exit 6 (IBK Bank) –> turns into exit 10. If you frequent the Gangnam area, this is the ‘left’ side of the commonly visited street.

OLD Exit 7 (Yeoksam-1-dong) –> turns into exit 11. If you frequent the Gangnam area, this is the ‘right’ side of the commonly visited street – same side as McDonalds and the CGV.

OLD Exit 8 (National Children’s Library) –> turns into exit 12.

The NEW exits (3, 4, 5, and 6) are all entered and exited from the Sinbundang side of the station. Exit 4 and 5 face roughly southward, while exit 3 and 6 face roughly northward.



At Yangjae station: 4 exits are added and 2 exits change numbers.

Exit 1 (Seocho-dong) –> remains exit 1.

Exit 2 (Gangnam-dae-ro) –> remains exit 2.

Exit 3 (Gangnam-dae-ro) –> remains exit 3.

Exit 4 (Dogok-dong) –> remains exit 4.

Exit 5 (Yangjae Welfare Center, or 양재종합사회복지관) –> remains exit 5.

Exit 6 (Yangjae-dong) –> remains exit 6.

OLD Exit 7 (to Bundang / Seongnam) –> turns into exit 11. Note if you catch any red buses towards southern Gyeonggi-do, you’ll want to start using new exits 8 or 9 – they’re closer to the island bus stop.

OLD Exit 8 (Seocho-gu office) –> turns into exit 12.

The NEW exits (7, 8, 9, and 10) are all entered and exited from the Sinbundang side of the station. Exit 8 and 9 face roughly southward, while exit 7 and 10 face roughly northward.

But wait! There’s more:



Source: http://shinbundang.co.kr/information/information04.asp

The red line is the one that’s open as of October 2011. The other two lines are of the ‘planned, talked about, and possible’ lines. I’m not privy to the official chatter, so I’ll simply say the line may well extend to Yongsan in the heart of central Seoul.

Overall, the line looks to further connect the suburb to a fair portion of the capital city. Having seen the traffic tie-ups in the Gangnam-to-Yangjae section, I hope the construction aboveground fades away and traffic can resume its usual craziness.

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source: http://www.chrisinsouthkorea.com/201...ne-opens-seoul ("Chris in South Korea" blog)

Apparently, each station has a different color:


source: http://ko.wikipedia.org/wiki/%ED%8C%...D07Gangnam.jpg


source: http://ko.wikipedia.org/wiki/%ED%8C%...111029_025.jpg


source: http://ko.wikipedia.org/wiki/%ED%8C%...%27sForest.jpg


source: http://ko.wikipedia.org/wiki/%ED%8C%...eonggyesan.jpg


source: http://ko.wikipedia.org/wiki/%ED%8C%...:D11Pangyo.jpg


source: http://ko.wikipedia.org/wiki/%ED%8C%...D12Jeongja.jpg


source: http://blog.naver.com/PostView.nhn?b...e=1&listtype=0


source: http://blog.naver.com/PostView.nhn?b...No=70122569104


source: http://blog.naver.com/PostView.nhn?b...No=70122569104


source: http://blog.naver.com/PostView.nhn?b...No=70122569104


source: http://blog.naver.com/PostView.nhn?b...No=70122569104


source: http://blog.naver.com/PostView.nhn?b...No=70122569104
(the red line at the bottom of the map is the Sinbundang Line)

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Does anybody have any news regarding the Gyeonggi Province GTX (Great Train Express) commuter rail project? I tried to do some searches online and found the following information:

http://kintex-korea.blogspot.com/201...struction.html

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TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 2011

Metropolitan GTX to start construction as early as next year KINTEX ~ Dongtan (77.6km)

2018 planned opening.

GTX, station locations * 10 trillion won project cost ‘challenges’

Opens a way closer to KINTEX

GTX is an express railway 40 meters underground with average speed over 100km/h.

Dongtan to Gangnam will take 18 minutes by GTX, truly a dream come true transportation service.

(standard speed refers to the rate including all the stops through stations)
GTX which runs from Metropolitan area to Seoul with its speed around 250km is on its way.

Route

<Ilsan KINTEX – Dongtan(77.6km)>
<Seoul Chunglyangli – Incheon Songdo (49.9km)>
<Uijeongbu – Gunpo (49.3km)>
total 3 routes.



Department of Land confirmed ‘GTX detailed construction plan’ and will appoint private corporations and start constructions on those 3 routes as early as beginning of next year.

GTX is expected to shorten the commute time by one third and is a ‘dream public transportation’ but expect to be controversial over determination of routes and history. In addition, biggest issue of construction cost is expected to be over 10trillion won.



Route & location of station, swayed by politics and complaints.

Pros of GTX is that seoul to metropolitan commuters’ commute time will be shortened to 30 minutes whereas 1 hour right now with not GTX.

When you take transfers in consideration, where the route goes through and where the station is located will have effect on real estate.

It is unavoidable that it will lead to route and station bidding by the politics, local government, and citizen’s complains.

Actually, few local governments and its people had held demonstration for GTX station location. We can’t eliminate the possibility that numbers of stations might be increased if there are ongoing demonstrations.

The problem is that if the number of stations increase, the original purpose of GTX is gone.

GTX has a goal to reach KTX class speed. The maximum speed will be over 250km/h and average speed will be around 200km/h.



The confirmed GTX plan was proposed by Gyeonggi-do. Gyeonggi-do presented a plan for procurement of construction cost. The total cost will be 12 trillion dollars: 60% which is 7.2trillion dollars will be procured by private capital and the rest of 40% will be covered by the federal finances.

Department of land taking over as the project director, finance and local government budget ratio expects to be 75 to 25. The problem is that due to the financial crisis and IFRS enforcements, paying out the guarantees of construction companies’ are getting worse. Therefore, procurement of over 7 trillion won by the private sectors will not be easy. As a solution, department of land is looking into ways to increase private sectors who participate in the consortium of construction and at the same time decrease the construction cost to near 10 trillion won.



To reduce the construction period, Department of land has advanced the start date to end of next year from which was initially planned to take place beginning of year 2013.

To advance the construction date, private business selection needs to be done immediately.

The private businesses selection system is either through the state examination or 3rd party nomination notice.

Currently, 3rd party nomination notice is more influential.

3rd party nomination notice is when one of the private business nominates a business plan, Public Investment Management Center (PIMC) promotes a business plan by reviewing its adequacy through eligibility survey. Key advantage of 3rd party nomination is that the adequacy survey process takes shorter time compared to the state examination.
I don't know if I believe some of the information in this blog post: 40m underground? Speed up to 250km/h? 12 trillion dollar cost? lol I think the poster meant 12 trillion won...
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Old November 19th, 2011, 05:18 PM   #511
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Another article; looks like all 3 proposed lines of this project are gonna happen!

http://eng.gg.go.kr/entry/GTX-Design...tional-Project

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GTX Designated as National Project!

All three lines of GTX to be included in the national railroad plan made official by the Ministry of Land, Transportation, and Maritime Affairs on April 4th, 2011.

The Ministry of Land, Transportation and Maritime Affairs announced its second national railroad plan (2011 to 2020) on April 4th. All three lines of GTX (high-speed rail system in the greater Seoul area) were selected as part of the first half of the plan. Two years have passed since Gyeonggi Province first presented GTX to the central government in April 2009 as a solution to heavy traffic and pollution in the capital region. ⓒ G News+

Residents who live in the capital region will now be able to heave a sigh of relief!

The Ministry of Land, Transportation and Maritime Affairs announced its second national railroad plan (2011 to 2020) on April 4th. All three lines of GTX (high-speed rail system in the greater Seoul area) were selected as part of the first half of the plan. Two years have passed since Gyeonggi Province first presented GTX to the central government in April 2009 as a solution to heavy traffic and pollution in the capital region.

The GTX project consists of three lines spanning 140.7㎞: 46.2㎞ between Ilsan and Suseo (Dongtan); 48.7㎞ between Songdo and Cheongryangri; and 45.8㎞ between Uijeongbu and Geumjeong. The section between Suseo and Dongtan on the Ilsan-Suseo line is to be shared with the KTX.

The Ministry of Land, Transportation, and Maritime Affairs has estimated construction costs at KRW 4.531 trillion for the Ilsan-Suseo (Dongtan) line, KRW 4.6337 trillion for the Songdo-Cheongryangri line, and KRW 3.827 trillion for the Uijeongbu-Geumjeong line, amounting to KRW 13.638 trillion in total. The national railroad agenda is divided into ten-year units. The GTX project will be part of the first ten-year plan. Construction will begin in 2015.

Since GTX has been proposed as a private sector investment project, the construction work will begin next year after the reviewal of private investments and selection of collaborators. The Ministry has already proposed the commencement of construction in 2012. According to Gyeonggi Province's estimate, all three lines of GTX will be running by 2017.

Governor Kim Moon-soo issued a statement on the same day that the construction project became official. He said, "The twelve million Gyeonggi Province residents are extremely happy about this decision. The GTX is an advanced, people-friendly and eco-friendly solution to traffic conditions around the capital. We will ensure that they proceed with the three construction projects simultaneously so that the work is completed as soon as possible.

The GTX (short for Great Train eXpress) lines will connect important junctions throughout the metropolitan area. The railway lines will be built between 40 and 60 meters underground and the trains will run at speeds of up to 200㎞ per hour, though the planned speed is 100㎞ per hour. Once GTX is fully operational, it will take 19 minutes to travel from Dongtan to Samseong Station, 22 minutes to Ilsan, and 12 minutes from Cheongryangri to Uijeongbu, slashing commuting time dramatically.

Once completed and fully operational, Gyeonggi Province expects 760,000 people to commute on GTX daily, which could result in the removal of 380,000 thousand cars from the roads, savings of KRD 700 billion per annum, a production increase worth KRW 27 trillion, the hiring of 260,000 employees, savings of KRW 80 billion in electricity consumption, and a reduction of carbon emissions by one million tons.

The Ministry of Land, Transportation, and Maritime Affairs introduced GTX to last January's national mainstay transportation plan. A government official stated, "The plan encompasses ports, railroads, and highways throughout the nation. The national railroad agenda was the government's detailed plan on that division. Now that the GTX has become part of the nation's plan, we will give it our continuous support."

ⓒ G News+ News | Nam Gyeong-wu [email protected]

http://gnews.gg.go.kr/news/news_deta...52&s_code=C052
I also found a pdf in English dating back to 2010 regarding Gyeonggi Province planning and development; from pg. 18 it deals with GTX. The rest of the pdf is also interesting if you're into planning:

http://www.metropolis-server.com/arx...eon-Yu-sin.pdf

This pdf confirms that the GTX lines will indeed be at a depth of 40-50m with speeds up to 250km/h. Wow! No wonder it'll be so expensive...

Among interesting facts in the presentation: rail accounts for 13.5% of transportation in the Seoul metropolitan area, a surprisingly low number...I wonder if that includes the subway system?

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The New Bundang line opened on October 28th.

Wikipedia information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sin_Bundang_Line

Article (also mentions GTX): http://eng.gg.go.kr/2240

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New Bundang Line Opens
(Published October 27, 2011)

– A 16-minute run from Gangnam Station to Jeongja Station using an unmanned operation system
- Private funds minimize financial burden on government and offer a brighter outlook for GTX



◇ The double-track New Bundang Line (Gangnam–Jeongja) opened on October 28, offering a brighter outlook for the construction of GTX. The New Bundang Line is an express subway system. As the new subway line is a privately funded project, it suggests many positive things for the construction of the GTX. A artist’s rendering of GTX ⓒ GNEWS PLUS

The double-track New Bundang Line (Gangnam – Jeongja) has opened, offering a brighter outlook for the construction of GTX. Gyeonggi Province and the Ministry of Land, Transpiration, and Maritime Affairs held a ceremony to open the New Bundang Line in which approximately 1,000 people, including Gyeonggi Province Governor Kim Moon-soo, Land, Transportation, and Maritime Affairs Minister Kwon Do-youp, Korea Rail Network Authority President Kim Gwang-jae, and local lawmakers participated. The 18.5-kilometer-long Gangnam-Jeongja section is the first to be completed among the four sections of the New Bundang Line (Yongsan to Homaesil); it connects Gangnam Station of Seoul and Jeongja Station of Seongnam.

The project started as a privately funded initiative in 2002, and ground was broken in 2005. The section in Gyeonggi Province is 9.7 kilometers long and has two stations – Pangyo and Jeongja Stations. The remaining four stations – Gangnam, Yangjae, Yangjae Citizens Forests, and the Entrance to Cheonggyesan Mountain – are in Seoul. Trains on the Bundang Line will be remotely controlled from a central control room through an unmanned operation system, representing a first for a subway line in a metropolitan area. The fare is KRW 1,600 for 10㎞ and increases by KRW 100 every 5km thereafter.

Thanks to the opening of the New Bundang Line, residents in the southeastern area of the Seoul Metropolitan area are now able to use a fast and convenient, new-concept metropolitan railroad service. In particular, the New Bundang Line offers an express service and was built with private funds. So the project is seen as a model for GTX.

The speed of the New Bundang Line is 62㎞/h, which is double the speed of the Seoul Subway System (30-35㎞/h). This means that a train on the new line will be able to run the 18.5㎞ section between Jeongja Station to Gangnam Station in 16 minutes. In addition, the new line is a metropolitan railroad that was built with private funds. This project has been successful because the private funds bought land for the project and minimized the financial burden on the government.

Most of the total investment of KRW 1.58 trillion was covered by private investment (KRW 840.7 billion) and the Pangyo development charge (KRW 485 billion). The central government and the Gyeonggi Provincial Government built an advanced express railroad by only investing KRW 191.3 billion (12.1%) and KRW 27.2 billion (1.7%), respectively.

In light of this, Gyeonggi Province forecasts that the province can build the environmentally friendly GTX by paying only 3.1% (KRW 413.5 billion) of the total expected cost of KRW 13,063.8 billion. In the meantime, the GTX project will commence in 2015 as three routes (140.7㎞) were included among the new projects for the first half of the year under the Ministry of Land, Transportation, and Maritime Affairs' National Railroad Network Plan (2011-2020). The three routes are Ilsan-Suseo (Dongtan, 46.2㎞), Songdo-Cheongryangri (48.7㎞) and Euijeongbu-Geumjeong (45.8㎞).

ⓒGNEWS PLUS News | Nam Gyeong-u [email protected]
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Here's a link to an interesting English powerpoint I found regarding the history, current status and future of the Seoul Metro rail system:

http://www.google.co.jp/url?sa=t&rct...AGNf9TXMKecsAw
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