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|Owner||City of Daegu|
|Locale||Daegu, South Korea|
|Transit type||Rapid transit and Monorail|
|Number of lines||2 rapid transit
|Number of stations||59 (rapid transit only)
89 (incl. monorail)
|Began operation||26 November 1997|
|Operator(s)||Daegu Metropolitan Transit Corporation|
|System length||57.3 km (35.6 mi)
(rapid transit only)
81.2 km (50.5 mi)
|Revised Romanization||Daegu dosicheoldo|
|Starting Station(s)||Ending Station(s)||Stations||Total Length|
|‹See TfD›||1호선||Daegok||Ansim||30||25.9 km|
|‹See TfD›||2호선||Munyang||Yeungnam Univ.||29||31.4 km|
|‹See TfD›||3호선||KNU Medical Center||Yongji||30||23.9 km|
Line 1 was the site of the Daegu subway fire of 2003, when an arsonist set fire to a train in rush hour and killed nearly 200 people.
Line 2 was completed in October 2005.
Line 3, which is a monorail (unlike Lines 1 and 2), was completed and opened in April 2015.
Lines under construction
The transport department has approved plans to build an Automated Guideway Transit line.
- Transportation in South Korea
- List of Korea-related topics
- List of metro systems
- List of monorail systems
- "Overview > Company Information > Operation System". Daegu Metropolitan Transit Corporation. Retrieved 2015-04-22.
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