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On-Campus Town Shuttle Bus: “Seongdong 03-2”
Kim Ha-jin  |  hajinkim99@hanyang.ac.kr
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From December 21, 2020, the town shuttle bus “Seongdong 03-2 (Naksan Traffic)” which operates in the Seongdong-gu district, passes through Hanyang University (HYU)’s Seoul campus. After the request for adjustment of bus routes was approved by the Seoul Metropolitan Government Bus Policy on November 27, the bus service started last December. The former route did not enter the campus after returning from Wangsimni Minja Station, but as the route was extended, the line runs from Exit 6-1 of Wangsimni Station through Seoul Forest ‘The Sharp’, and to the main entrance of HYU. The bus route passing through the main gate is followed by HYU’s Second 
Medical Center – HYU Hospital Main Building 1F – HYU Emergency Room – Paiknam Library – College of Life Science – East Building of Rheumatoid Hospital – HYU Hospital Main Building 1F – Alumni Association Hall – Main Entrance – Seoul Forest ‘The Sharp’. A total of four buses run from 6 a.m. to 11:30 p.m., with 10-15 minutes intervals. It is expected that the adjustment of bus routes will make it easier for students and residents of Seongdong-gu to visit the HYU campus and hospital. Not only HYU but also SeongdongguDistrict has been making continuous efforts to introduce buses on campus. C h o n g Wo n - o h , t h e M a y o r of Seongdong-gu District, mentioned that “Our district primarily pushed rearranging bus routes via HYU, but was rejected during the consultation with the Seoul Metropolitan Government. However, after continuous requests, 3,545 signatures containing the earnest wishes of HYU and HYU hospital users were able to push for the route adjustment again.” Chong added, “It is expected that it will be more convenient for students who commute to HYU and nearby middle and high schools as well as the elderly who need to visit the HYU Hospital. Besides, we will actively work to ease the inconvenience of residents in the blind spot.”

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