The total length of 6.11km, the construction period was 6 years, and the Incheon Airport Magnetic Levitation Railway, which has 6 stations, started with high expectations at first.
However, contrary to expectations, the utilization rate is far from predicting demand, and the corona is sick, but it has become a hit again.
No matter how promising it is as a means of transportation in the future, there is no way to withstand the low usage rate. Aside from R&D and construction costs, it is said that a deficit is accumulating because considerable maintenance costs are entered every year. I hope that somehow a smart solution will come out.
I just hope that it will be maintained in some form if I think only of my position as a railway dukhu.
The Incheon Airport Maglev Train departing from Paradise City Station and heading towards Yongyu Station.
While general arterial railways run on the left, Incheon Airport Maglev trains run on the right track.
After arriving at Jongchang Station, Yongyu Station, the maglev train is moving to the main boat.
Incheon Airport Magnetic Levitation Railway: Operational Crossing
If the place where two or more lines intersect (cross) is fixed, it is a fixed crossing, and if it moves, it is a movable crossing. A movable crossing is a type of turnoff commonly found on monorails.
The turnoff acts like a switch that changes the direction of the track when you come out from the terminal station to the starting line or enter the vehicle depot and park.
Incheon Airport Magnetic Levitation Train: Inside the vehicle
Since it operates unmanned, you can enjoy a panoramic view if you sit in the front.
Incheon Airport Magnetic Levitation Railway: Platform at Incheon International Airport Terminal 1 Station
Incheon Airport Magnetic Levitation Railroad: Gate at Incheon International Airport Terminal 1 Station
It is operated free of charge, so you can just enter.
Incheon Airport Maglev Railway: Incheon Airport Terminal 1 Station
It uses the same station name as the Airport Railroad.
Incheon Airport Magnetic Levitation Railway: Long-term parking lot station
Incheon Airport Magnetic Levitation Railway: Joint Government Complex Station
Incheon Airport Maglev Train: Paradise City Station
Incheon Airport Magnetic Levitation Train: Water Park Station
Incheon Airport Magnetic Levitation Railway: Yongyu Station (terminal station)