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There are several ways to get around in Incheon.  
There are several ways to get around in Incheon.  
'''Subway''': the subway is one of the fastest and easiest ways to get around Incheon. There are five subway lines that run through Incheon, taking visitors to all the major districts in the city. The Airport Railroad begins at Incheon International Airport and runs across northern Incheon and on to Seoul.  The Incheon Line runs north to south from Gyeyang Station to Songdo New City.  Seoul Line 1 and Seoul Line 7 bring passengers in from Seoul, connecting to the Incheon Line at Bupyeong Station and Bupyeong-gu Office Station.  The recently built Suin Line takes passengers across the southern Incheon.  This line will be expanded further to connect Incheon to Suwon.  
'''Subway''': the Incheon Rapid Transit Corporation [] operates a single subway line. The subway line passes through many famous places, such as Bupyeong and Arts Centre.
Fares start at 900 won and increase with distance. Transportation cards can be purchased in English at the automated machines found in the subway station.  Visitors can also buy transportation cards at most convenience stores.
'''Bus''': For visitors who want to visit more places in Incheon, local bus lines could be another great option. There are currently about 2,000 operating buses; therefore, a visitor can go almost everywhere by using the transportation.
'''Bus''': if the subway doesn't go where you need to go, the bus is a great option.  Buses run through almost every neighborhood in Incheon.  Green buses, known as neighborhood buses, take passengers around the local neighborhood or district.  Blue buses, known as the city buses, take passengers from district to district across the city.  Green/White buses and Red buses take passengers from Incheon to Bucheon and Seoul. 
'''Taxi''': There are a number of taxis. Fares start from $ 2, which is higher than other transportations. However, it could be more comfortable or faster.
Fares are different for each type of bus, ranging from 800 won to 2,500 won.  You can pay with exact change or use a transportation card purchased at the convenience store. 
'''Taxi''': taxis will take visitors anywhere in the city. Fares start from 2,600 won and increase with distance. However, taxi drivers usually don't speak English, so know where you are going and have the address written down to make it easier for you.

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