The city of Busan announced a set of measures for safe road conditions during the Chuseok break.
September 12th through the 15th designated as special holiday travel periods
The city will expand the number of express, inter-city and inner-city buses, rail and flight services.
The city will expand the number of buses, subways, and flights to 2,437, increasing the runs by 295.
It will also extend the hours operation for bus number 49 and 1002 until midnight. It will also extend the hours for buses 1001 and 1004 to 1:40 am. and will assign additional buses and temporarily redirect bus routes to help people making visits to public cemeteries.
There will also be five additional subway cars while also opening 548 public school fields and public institutions for parking.
The city will also allocate traffic management personnel around busy areas such as traditional markets, large supermarkets, metro stations, and bus terminals and will also conduct special safety inspections over popular facilities and assign more than 7,500 security personnel.
According to a recent survey, 52.6 percent of Busan residents, or about 1.8 million people, are expected to travel to different areas during the Chuseok holiday.