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|Owner||Incheon City Government|
|Locale||Incheon, South Korea|
|Transit type||Rapid transit|
|Number of lines||2|
|Number of stations||56|
|Operator(s)||Incheon Transit Corporation|
|System length||58.5 km (36.4 mi)|
|Track gauge||1,435 mm (4 ft 8 1⁄2 in)|
|Revised Romanization||Incheon Jihacheol|
||1호선||Gyeyang||International Business District||29||29.4 km|
||2호선||Geomdan Oryu||Unyeon||27||29.1 km|
Line 1 is a 29.4-kilometer (18.3 mi) north-south subway line,. After six years of construction, the line opened for regular service on October 6, 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 International Business District in the south takes approximately 57 minutes.
A one-station extension to Gyeyang opened in March 2007, providing transfers to AREX. A six-station south extension opened in June 2009.
The line uses 34 8-car trains. The first 25 trains were built between 1998 and 1999 by Daewoo Heavy Industries and Rotem, while the last 9 trains were built between 2007 and 2008 by Hyundai Rotem to provide trains following the extension of the line.
Line 2 is a 29.1-kilometer (18.1 mi) north-south light metro subway line. After seven years of construction, the line opened for regular service on July 30, 2016. There are transfer points at Geomam (with AREX), Juan (with Seoul Subway Line 1), and Incheon City Hall (with Incheon Line 1). Line 2 has aboveground sections north of Asiad Stadium.
The line uses 37 2-car trains, all of which were built in 2013 by Hyundai Rotem.
- Transport in South Korea
- List of Korea-related topics
- Seoul Metropolitan Subway - the bigger subway system that Incheon Metro is incorporated into
- List of metro systems
- "General information". Incheon Transit Corporation. Retrieved 2015-04-24.
- Incheon Transit Corporation – official homepage (English)
- Incheon at UrbanRail.net (English)
- Subway transferring information for South Korea (English) (Japanese) (Korean)
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