Incheon Subway

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The Incheon Subway is a single subway line serving the South Korean city of Incheon. It connects to the Seoul Metropolitan Subway system at Bupyeong station.

The line has 22 stations on 24.6 km of track. The Incheon subway is operated by the Incheon Metro. Two more lines are planned.


Line 1

Trial runs on Line 1, a 23 km north-south route, started in March 1999. After six years of construction it opened for regular service on 6 October 1999 as the fourth subway system in South Korea after Seoul, Busan and Daegu. A trip along the line from Gyeyang in the north to Dongmak in the south takes approximately 45 minutes. Bupyeong station is a transfer point to Korail, a route which is actually integrated into Seoul's subway network as an extension of Seoul's Line 1. Incheon's subway is totally underground except north of Bakcheon.

A one-station extension to Gyeyang, for connections with AREX, opened in March 2007. A six-station south extension opened in June 2009.


Line 2

The future Line 2 is planned to have 27 stations from Oryu dong in Seo-gu to Incheon Grand Park, and its line length will be 29.3km. intersect Line 1 at Incheon City Hall Station, Korail Line 1 at Juan Station, and AREX at Geomam Station.

Line 3

The future Line 3 is planned to be a circular line of the Incheon Subway. It will intersect Korail Line 1 at Dowon Station, Incheon Subway Line 1 at Dongmak Station.


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