Two-line network with 55 stations. See Incheon & Seoul network map.

Fully automated Line 1 opened from Dongmak to Gyulhyeon in 1999 (22·0 km, 23 stations), with transfer to Seoul Metropolitan Line 1 at Bupyeong. The line was extended to an interchange with the AREX line at Gyeyang (0·9 km, 1 station) in March 2007, and a southern extension from Dongmak to International Business District (6·4 km, 6 stations) opened 2009.

Work on Line 2 (29·3 km, 27 stations) began in 2009, with the line opening on July 30, 2016; the route includes interchanges with Seoul Metro Line 1 at Juan and the AREX line at Geomam. A planned extension of Seoul Metro Line 7 would connect at Seongnam.

A 6·1 km maglev demonstration line opened on February 3, 2016 from Incheon International Airport to Yongyu; work began in 2010, with opening originally planned for 2013.

The Suin Line from Oido (interchange with Seoul metro Line 4) to Songdo, with interchange to Incheon metro Line 1 at Woninjae, opened on June 30, 2012 and is operated by Korail. This was extended west to Incheon (interchange with Seoul metro Line 1) on February 27, 2016. An eastern extension is due to see Suin line trains running over Line 4 to Hanyang University then onto the new line to Suwon and Seryu.

Address
674 Gyeongin-ro
Namdong-Gu
405233 Incheon
Korea (South)
Phone
+82 32 451 2114
Fax
+82 32 451 2079
Website
www.incheonmetro.co.kr
 

Traffic

Passenger journeys
112 million
Information year
2018
 

Company size

Employees
1 179
 

Network data

Metro Line 1

Gauge
1435 mm
Length
29 km
Electrification
29 km - 1·5 kV DC
Rolling stock
200 Metro cars

Metro Line 2

Gauge
1435 mm
Length
30 km
Electrification
30 km - 750 V DC 3rd-rail
Rolling stock
74 Metro cars

Maglev

Gauge
n/a - guideway
Length
6·1 km
Electrification
6·1 km - 1·5 kV DC (guideway)
Rolling stock
8 Maglev cars