Wolmi Galaxy Rail (월미은하레일 Wolmi Eunha Reil) is a partly completed but currently non-operational monorail on the island of Wolmido in Incheon, South Korea. The line was scheduled to open in March 2010, but opening has been repeatedly postponed. In 2011, Joongang Daily reported that construction had been indefinitely suspended due to "colossal corruption", and that what had been built was set to be demolished due to "safety issues".
The monorail line was to have 4 stations and cover 5.1 km connecting Wolmido Island to Incheon Station, the west terminus of Seoul Subway Line 1. 1.15 km is double-tracked, but the loop around Wolmido (3.94 km) is single-track. Phase 2, if built, would have added 2 km single track connecting to Dong-Incheon station, also on Metro Line 1, with a potential Phase 3 looping back to Incheon station.
If opened, the system would be the first in the world to use Urbanaut technology, whose selling point is an inverse T-shaped track: large wheels run on the horizontal part of the track, while small wheels press against the rail and keep it in place. Trains will have a capacity of only 70 passengers.
The cost of the entire system, originally estimated at US$60 million, had risen to 110 billion Korean won (approx. US$100 million) before construction was suspended.