Vice Minister of Transport Visits Suseo Station Construction Site for Safety Check
On the afternoon of the 3rd, Vice Minister Baek Won-guk of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport made a visit to the construction site of Suseo Station on the Metropolitan Rapid Transit (GTX) Line. The purpose of the visit was to assess the current progress of the construction and ensure safety measures were being implemented.
The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport announced that Vice Minister Baek Won-guk visited the Suseo Station construction site on the GTX Line on the 3rd of the month. During the visit, he inspected the construction work between Suseo and Dongtan and extended words of encouragement to the workers.
After receiving a report on the construction progress, Vice Minister Baek Won-guk stated, “The Suseo-Dongtan GTX-A section marks the beginning of a transportation revolution in the metropolitan area through the GTX Line. I urge all parties involved to continue dedicating their efforts to ensure its success.”
In addition, he emphasized the importance of developing Suseo Station as a luxury station that provides convenient and comfortable transfers to other modes of transportation such as Suseo Rapid Transit, subway, and buses.
Vice Minister Baek also highlighted the potential risks of building the GTX Line underground, citing the possibility of irreversible disasters in the event of a flood. He stressed the need for thorough preparations to mitigate such risks, including measures to prevent worker accidents during heat waves.
Following the discussions, Vice Minister Baek personally conducted an inspection of the Suseo GTX-A Station site and provided words of encouragement to the field officers.
Expressing his gratitude, Vice Minister Baek said, “I sincerely appreciate the hard work and dedication of everyone involved in solving various issues encountered during the construction of the GTX-A site.”
During the afternoon of the 3rd, visit the Suseo Station construction site to check current status and safety management
Vice Minister Baek Won-guk of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport 0Baek Won-guk, 2nd Vice Minister of the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport (right) visits the construction site of Suseo Station on the Metropolitan Rapid Transit (GTX ). )-Line to check the progress of air transportation and encourage workers./The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport announced that Second Vice Minister Baek Won-guk visited the construction site of Suseo Station on the GTX- There was a line on the afternoon of the 3rd, checking the progress of the construction work between Suseo and Dongtan, and encouraging the officers on site.
Vice Minister Paik Won-guk, after receiving a report on the construction progress, said, “The Suseo-Dongtan GTX-A section is the beginning of a transportation revolution in the metropolitan area through GTX.” Please mobilize all your abilities during the rest of the period so that this can be kept without fail.”
At the same time, “(GTX-A Suseo Station) will make efforts to make it a luxury station that all users can use conveniently and comfortably, considering the convenience of transfer with other modes of transportation such as Suseo Rapid Transit ( SRT), subway, and bus.” command.
In addition, Vice Minister Baek said, “GTX is built at a depth of 50 to 60 meters underground, which can lead to an irreversible disaster if there is a flood accident, so we will thoroughly prepare for rain heavy local.” “Through this, pay close attention to the prevention of worker safety accidents due to heat waves.”
Subsequently, Vice Minister Baek personally inspected the Suseo GTX-A Station site and encouraged the field officers.
He said, “I really appreciate the hard work of the people involved in the field who have worked hard and dedicated themselves to solving various issues that have occurred at the GTX-A site,” he said.
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