Topic : South Korea

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Seoul launches free public transit to battle smog issues

Sustainability| January 16, 2018

Authorities also limited car use for public employees, closed 360 parking lots, and reduced construction work on government-funded projects.

Man dies after being trapped by subway doors

Security and Safety | October 19, 2016

A 36-year-old man was dragged and killed by a departing subway train, after he got trapped between the platform door and the train at Gimpo International Airport Station in western Seoul, on Wednesday morning.

Bus| August 8, 2013

Wireless charging electric bus debuts in South Korea

Technology enables electric vehicles to transfer electricity wirelessly from the road surface while moving. Power comes from the electrical cables buried under the surface of the road, creating magnetic fields.
Bus| August 8, 2013

World's first wireless electric vehicle begins test run in Korea

Wireless electric charging bus developed by researchers from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology. The bus is capable of being charged while driving or stationary, thereby removing the need for a charging station. Arirang News report shows video demonstration of the bus in South Korean city of Gumi.

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