BUSAN, South Korea — The city of Busan will prepare supportive measures for the College Scholastic Aptitude Test, November 7th. The city delayed the morning commuting time at every public corporation, financial organization and school by 1 hour, to 10 am.
Public transportation will be operating at expanded capacity, with five temporary trains waiting for emergencies.
Over 2,500 buses on 133 routes and 571 village buses on 134 routes will run intensively from 6 a.m. to 8 a.m. on the day of the test. The city plans to reduce the allocation interval of buses during the time for the convenience of test-takers.
In addition, the police and the fire departments will support the test with 33 ambulances and patrol cars to transport test-takers.
Meanwhile, the Busan Gimhae light rail transit corporation conducted checks in advance of the line’s total installment and prepared a transportation plan for test-takers.
The corporation will increase staff at stations around test sites from seven am to eight-thirty am tomorrow and will decrease the speed of trains to reduce noise in the afternoon when the listening test is held.
Two-thousand-fifty-seven students will take the test at the four test sites in six regions around the route of Busan Gimhae light rail transit including Gaya university.
The CSAT will start at eight-forty am tomorrow.
Source: Busan eFM News