Seoul Buses are public transit buses operated by the Seoul Metropolitan Government and/or private bus operators. There are four types of buses: Trunk Bus: Trunk buses are operated by private bus companies and by the city government, it runs for longer distance and has access to median bus lanes connecting suburban areas to downtown Seoul. The city has taken full consideration to introducing 3 kinds of buses belonging to the Blue Bus category: articulated buses, low floor buses, high floor buses; the blue color represents Seoul's Hangang, which in turn symbolize security and freedom. Branch Bus: Branch buses are flexibly operated by private bus companies, it runs for shorter distance connecting major subway stations or bus terminals outside downtown Seoul. It is similar to the city bus and the community shuttle bus in operation; the green color represents the mountains surrounding the city. Rapid Bus: Rapid buses are express buses designed for passengers commuting between downtown Seoul and the metropolitan area.
The red color represents the energy of speed. Circulation Bus: Circulation buses will circle parts of Seoul and stop at stations near business areas, tourist areas, shopping areas, as well as providing connections to trunk/branch buses, subway stations, major railway stations; the color yellow was selected for friendly image. Circulation buses routes have been discontinued, with the last remaining routes being the three Namsan loop buses. Route numbers specify area divisions. For trunk and branch buses, the first digit indicates the area where the route begins, the second digit indicates where the route ends. For rapid buses, the first digit is always 9, the second digit indicates the area in which the route begins; the first digit of circulation buses indicates the area. Routes that begin with an 8 are holiday or rush-hour only branch buses. For all lines, any remaining digits identify individual routes; the following list shows the numbering system of routes based by area. This system was created to facilitate recognition of route outlines.
Area 0: Jongno-gu, Jung-gu, Yongsan-gu Area 1: Dobong-gu, Gangbuk-gu, Seongbuk-gu, Nowon-gu. Area 2: Dongdaemun-gu, Jungnang-gu, Seongdong-gu, Gwangjin-gu. Area 3: Gangdong-gu, Songpa-gu. Area 4: Seocho-gu, Gangnam-gu. Area 5: Dongjak-gu, Gwanak-gu, Geumcheon-gu. Area 6: Gangseo-gu, Yangcheon-gu, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Guro-gu. Area 7: Eunpyeong-gu, Mapo-gu, Seodaemun-gu. Most buses in South Korea are domestic models and are made by Hyundai and Hankuk Fiber. Buses are either 9 m or 10.6 m to 11 m Buses use either compressed natural gas, electric batteries, or a combination of both. In the past, diesel buses ran until retirement, Daewoo buses measuring 12 m in length and Iveco articulated buses measuring 18 m in length were in service on trunk buses from 2004 until 2014; the South Korean animated children's television series Tayo the Little Bus, available on Hulu, Netflix and on many stations throughout the world, is based on Seoul's bus system. Each of the four main characters is a different color of bus, with the title character Tayo being a blue/trunk bus.
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Daegok Station is a station on the Seoul Subway Line 3 and the Gyeongui Line. It is located in the city of Goyang, close to Ilsan, it is used as a transfer station between the two lines rather than as an actual enter-and-exit stop, as the station is located in the midst of farmland with little local resident demand. It will host a third line for transfer in the future, as the Sosa–Daegok Line will be built and brought northward around 2021; this will allow for much faster, direct subway travel between Ilsan, Gimpo Airport, Bucheon and Ansan. Exit 1: Neunggok Elementary School Exit 5: Daegok Elementary School Station information from Korail
Wondang Station is on Seoul Subway Line 3 in Goyang, Gyeonggi-do. Goyang city hall is nearby. There is a lot of building work in the area undertaken by Daewoo and other companies. Exit 1, 2: Way to NH bank of Seongnae Exit 3: Mineral spring
Baekseok Station is a station located in Ilsan, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea. It is served by Seoul Subway Line 3. There are many stores and restaurants close to the station, including a Costco store
Dongnimmun Station is a station on the Seoul Subway Line 3 in Seodaemun-gu, Seoul. It is named after the nearby Independence Gate. Exit 1: Inwangsan Exit 2: Muak Hyundai Apartments Exit 3: Dongnimmun Elementary School Exit 4: Independence Gate Exit 5: Hansung Science High School, Seodaemun Prison History Hall
Jichuk Station is located just northwest of Seoul on Seoul Subway Line 3. It is within walking distance to Seoul. Jichuk station has a subway depot for Line 3 trains nearby. Seoul Metro operates Line 3 south of this station. Korail & Seoul Metro jointly operate the platforms. However, Seoul Metro operates the rest of the station. Jichuk Station is named after the administrative area; the area used to belong to two villages in the Joseon period. Jijeong-ri produced paper; when the area became united under Goyang-gun, it was named using the first syllables of the two villages
Gyeongbokgung station is a subway station on the Seoul Subway Line 3. Gyeongbokgung station is the subway station nearest to the Gyeongbok Palace or; the station is near the Government Complex-Seoul and the National Police Agency of South Korea. There are other administrative buildings in the neighborhood. Exit 1: Sajik Park Exit 2: Hyoja-dong Exit 3: Chinese Embassy of Korea Exit 4: Cheongwadae Exit 5: Gyeongbok Palace, Gwanghwamun Exit 6: Government Complex-Seoul, Gwanghwamun Station Exit 7: Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency The station displays artifacts from various dynasties, with walls decorated in ornate displays design to appeal to tourists. In January 2013, the Seoul Metropolitan Rapid Transit Corporation, which operates this line, published free guidebooks in three languages: English and Chinese, which features eight tours as well as recommendations for accommodations and shopping centers; the tours are designed with different themes, e.g. Korean traditional culture, which goes from Jongno 3-ga Station to Anguk Station and this station on line No 3 that showcases antique shops and art galleries of Insa-dong