View train and bus transfer information at a glance with ‘Korail Talk’… The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport begins to build an integrated information platform based on railroad

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In the future, it will be possible to check bus transfer routes linked to trains through the KORAIL application (app).

The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport and Korea Railroad Corporation announced on the 8th that they would actively promote the ‘rail-public transport information’ linkage service. When the service is completed, train passengers will be able to check transfer information to their destinations, such as bus routes, boarding places, and real-time locations, through ‘Korail Talk’ without using a separate app or portal site.

This is a part of the ‘Railway-based Integrated Information Platform (RaaS)’ construction project of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport and Korea Railroad Corporation. Railroad-based integrated information platform (RaaS) is a service that comprehensively provides a variety of public transportation information based on railroad user demand. .

Linking public transportation information corresponds to the first stage of RaaS service, and in the future, linking with tourism information such as tourism and local events (stage 2) and linking with economic information to promote regional economy (stage 3) are also planned to be carried out sequentially. In particular, the tourism and economic information linkage plans to provide information that can satisfy user needs by creating a cooperative model with local governments in consideration of the characteristics of each metropolitan area and basic local governments.

At a meeting held on the 8th, Kang Hee-eop, director of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport, railroad bureau chief said, “Starting with this railway-public transport information linkage, we will provide more advanced rail services through collaboration with local governments, and utilize KORAILTalk, which is used by 8 million people, as a local publicity medium. We will contribute to regional development by developing various win-win development models such as

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