Wednesday, July 9, 2014

[Information] Let's check the transfer stations in DTRO (Daegu Metro Transit) beforehand!


Transfer stations of Line 3 in Daegu

Did you know a ground railway will be open soon in Daegu? The trains are supposed to run early in the next year.
Before we meet the new railway, here’s one thing to know in terms of transfer stations. Since transfer stations can cut travel time, we need to check which ones are the transfer stations. 

Sinnam station in Daegu


Sinnam transfer station in Daegu

One transfer station on Line 3 (Yellow Line) is ‘Sinnam’ station (신남역), which is connected up with Line 2 (Green Line). The name of 'Sinnam' station has been changed from 'Seomun Market'(서문시장) station. So, be careful not to be confused by the names.


New railway in Daegu

The longest escalator at Sinnam station in Daegu,

In this station, you can transfer from Green Line to Yellow Line and vice versa. You can purchase subway tickets, if needed, on the first floor to go either upstairs where the Yellow Line runs or downstairs where the Green Line runs. In this station, you can meet the longest escalator in Korea! 

Myeongdeok station in Daegu

The transfer station of line 3, Myeongdeok station


Myeongdeok station in Daegu

‘Myeongdeok’ station is another transfer station on Line 3 (Yellow Line) which is connected up with Line 1, Orange Line. In this station, you can transfer from Orange Line to Yellow Line and vice versa. You can purchase subway tickets, if needed, on the first floor to go either upstairs where the Yellow Line runs or downstairs where the Orange Line runs.


Banwoldang station in Daegu, the transfer station


The transfer station of line 3, danwoldang station

The last one is ‘Banwoldang’ station, which is connected up with Line 1(Orange Line) and Line 2 (Green Line). Since this station is the only transfer station in Daegu for now, this place has a huge floating population developing a representative local trading area. It seems that this commercial section will be more vibrant when the Line3 opens! :)


2 comments:

  1. This is good information but there are many grammatical and expression errors in the English. I would be happy to assist you with proofreading if you would like.

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  2. Oh thanks. Could you let me know which ones are wrong expressions so that I can correct them?

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