Ui LRT

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Ui LRT
South Korea subway logo.svg
Overview
Native name 우이신설선(牛耳新設線)
Uisinseolseon
Status Under Construction
Termini Ui
Sinseol-dong
Stations 13
Operation
Opened July 2017 (planned)
Technical
Line length 11.4 km (7.1 mi)
Number of tracks 2
Operating speed 70~80 km/h
Ui LRT
Hangul
Hanja
Revised Romanization Uisinseolseon
McCune–Reischauer Uisinsŏlsŏn

In 2016 Seoul City plans to open an 11.4 km (7.1 mi) Light Rapid Transit line from Ui-dong to Sinseol Dong in northern Seoul. The line is expected to carry 110,000 passengers a day and will have 13 stations. It will connect to Line 4 at Sungshin Women's University, Line 6 at Bomun and Line 1 & 2 at Sinseol Dong.[1] The last (northernmost) station will be in Ui-dong (approximate pronunciation: Ooh-Ee) hence the name of the line.

The underground line will be built from September 10, 2009 to July 2017.

The line will use a dedicated fleet of trains built by Rotem, a member of Hyundai Motor Group. The fleet will consist of 2-car trains.

Stations[edit]

Station
Number
Station Name
English
Station Name
Hangul
Station Name
Hanja
Transfer
Distance
in km
Total
Distance
Location
L1
Bukhansan 북한산
-
0.0
Seoul
Gangbuk-gu
L2
Ui 우이
L3
Duksung Women's Univ. 덕성여대
L4
Sinsuyu 신수유
L5
Hanshin Univ. 한신대
L6
Sinmia 신미아
L7
Samyang 삼양
L8
Solsaemgil 솔샘길
L9
Seokyeong Univ.·Kookmin Univ. 서경대·국민대 西·
Seongbuk-gu
L10
Jeongreungsamgeori 정릉삼거리
L11
Sungshin Women's University 성신여대입구 Seoul Metro Line 4.png
L12
Bomun 보문 Seoul Metro Line 6.png
L13
Sinseol-dong 신설동 Seoul Metro Line 1.png Seoul Metro Line 2.png
11.4
Dongdaemun-gu

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