Digital Times reporter Park Sang-gil will be released as early as this week. The plan will also suggest a wide-area transportation plan that assures voices that housing prices will be difficult to determine because a third new city is far from Seoul.
According to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport on Wednesday, houses in small cities that can accommodate 20,000 to 30,000 homes will be unveiled this week at the earliest.
The Land, Infrastructure and Transport Ministry announced its plan to expand housing supply on Monday and announced plans to create four to five public housing sites with more than 3.3 million square meters of land to supply 200,000 new homes 메이저놀이터 between Seoul, Ilsan and Bundang.
The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport announced the location of two of them by the end of this year and decided to visit their homes. Kimpo, Gocheon, Gwangmyeong, Seongnam, Siheung, Hanam and Namyangju are candidates for the real estate market.
Although Gwacheon and Wonheung, two of the three candidates in the new city, were excluded from the candidate sites due to the leak of information, experts say that they will not be excluded from the candidate sites.
Officials involved in the new city announcement remain very safe because the government has taken strong measures to prevent the leak of information to the next candidate, including criminal penalties.
Along with the location of a third new city, measures will be announced to solve the area's traffic problems.
The core of measures for wide-area transport networks is the Seoul Metropolitan Rapid Transit (GTX) route.
Currently, the GTX-A (soluble- copper-coated) line has passed the private investment business review committee, and the GTX-C (Yangju-Suwon) line has surpassed the threshold of preliminary feasibility study.
The GTX-B route (Songdo-Masuk) was found to be lacking in business feasibility and Incheon City applied for tax exemption of B line to the Balanced National Development Committee.
Measures to improve traffic in new cities such as Gimpo, Paju, Hwaseong and Pyeongtaek will also be pushed forward in the second half of this year. Plans to secure a slower road and subway network are likely to be flexible.
"We have yet to set a specific time for the announcement," a ministry official said.