Today Korail launched a new shuttle bus between Seoul’s Sadang Station (Line 2 & 4) and Gwangmyeong Station (KTX). The service provides another way for Seoul residents in the south of the city to access high-speed rail more easily.
Opening of the new 61.1km long Suseo high-speed railway has been delayed until the end of the year while further reinforcement construction is carried out at one of the future stations.
On April 25, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport announced that due to cracks found in the future GTX station at
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
Following the increasing number of light rail lines opening around South Korea, a tram renaissance is also quietly brewing in several of the nation’s cities. One of the first places expected to bring back traditional trams since they disappeared from Korea nearly 5o years ago, is Pangyo Techno
The transport complex at COEX includes a large underground bus facility. I wrote about a similar bus transit terminal in Jamsil. Underground bus stations are planned for Sejong City’s BRT system, too. A preview of such bus transfer facilities gives us the Gwanggyo underground bus station. It also reveals big flaws
The southern Shinbundang Line Extension to Suwon is set to open at the end of this month. The high-speed metro line has been open for over four years now and from January 30, the Shinbundang Line will begin operating services all the way to Gwanggyo(Kyonggi Univ.) Station in Suwon.
Ever wish that you could just grab a KTX from Gangnam?
The Suseo High Speed Railway seems to be on track to open next year which means that getting a high speed train from Gangnam-gu isn’t far away now.
If you’re not familiar with the project, the new 61.1km
KTXs have been operating in the Incheon area via the airport railroad for over 2 years now, but soon it may be even easier for those living in the southern part of the city as well as parts of Gyeonggi-do to take the KTX.
At the beginning