On November 2, a bicycle path from the Magok district in Gangseo-gu to the Hangang River newly opened.
This bicycle path is the first to connect the Magok district, a bicycle-friendly neighborhood, to the Hangang River. The path is a total of 790 meters long and 3 meters wide.
Previously, to reach the Hangang River from the Magok district, cyclers would have to either pass the interchange at Gaehwa in Banghwa-dong or Guhwa in Gayang-dong, or use the pedestrian overpass near the Wetland in Seoul Botanic Park.
The new bicycle path is located near the Wetland in Seoul Botanic Park along Yangcheon-ro 47-gil. The path is only for bicycles, completely separate from the road and sidewalk. It also has signs to guide cyclers and is equipped with solar powered LED streetlights.
New Bicycle Path Opens in Seoul
- Period: November 2, 2020 ~ ongoing
- Section: Magok district in Gangseo-gu, Seoul to Hangang River (790 meters long, 3 meters wide)
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