Korea bans Standing Passengers in Red Buses

Written by on July 15, 2014 in Lifestyle, Worldwide Korea Bloggers

A huge change awaits the public transportation in the capital region of Korea: In order to improve convenience and safety of buses, standing passengers won’t be allowed anymore on the majority of red buses. This measure was announced by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (MOLIT) in June and next week the measure will be implemented.

Some days ago I took a red bus to Seoul and there I was remembered about the ban of standing passengers:


More information: Kojects – No More Standing in Red Buses

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Nikola Medimorec

Nikola Medimorec is a graduate student of geography in Korea. He's interested in everything that moves on two legs, rails above or underground, two wheels with pedals or four wheels with red buzzers. His articles intend to show that transport is more than a method of getting from A to B.