Line 1


Line 1

Line 1 or 1 line may refer to:

Public transport

Asia

China

Japan

Korea

  • Line 1 (Busan), a subway line of Busan Subway, Busan, Korea
  • Line 1 (Daegu), a subway line of Daegu Metropolitan Subway, Daegu, Korea
  • Line 1 (Daejeon), a subway line of Daejeon Subway, Daejeon, Korea
  • Line 1 (Gwangju), a subway line of Gwangju Subway, Gwangju, Korea
  • Line 1 (Incheon), a subway line of Incheon Subway, Incheon, Korea
  • Line 1 (Seoul), a subway line of Seoul Metropolitan Subway, Seoul, Korea

Europe

  • Line 1 (Metro Bilbao), a metro line of Metro Bilbao, Bilbao, Spain
  • Paris Métro Line 1, a metro line of Paris Métro, Paris, France
  • Line 1 (Saint Petersburg Metro), a metro line of Saint Petersburg Metro, Saint Petersburg, Russia
  • Line 1 (Warsaw), a metro line of Warsaw Metro, Warsaw, Poland

Americas

Canada

Brazil

  • Line 1 (São Paulo Metro)

Mexico

United States

Politics

  • A "one-line whip" is an application of a Whip in politics (see Chief Whip for details).

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