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Old February 5th, 2016, 11:37 PM   #3061
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Saitama New Shuttle orange 2020 debut!

The second set in orange of the new 2020 series entered in service last February 2.



The new trains where introduced in November 2015 with the first in green.

It replaces the 1000 series, which has been operational since the opening in 1983.

http://news.mynavi.jp/news/2016/02/04/379/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Shuttle
http://www.new-shuttle.jp/topics/2016/01/2020-1.html
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Private operators chug to record earnings on tourism boom
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TOKYO -- The foreign tourists flooding into Japan have lifted profits at Tokyu and other major private rail operators to historic levels, with healthy earnings in hotel and other leisure businesses.

Of 14 companies announcing April-December earnings by Wednesday, 10 reported record net profits.

One was Tokyu, whose profit soared 57% on the year to 50.8 billion yen ($438 million). It opened last year Futako Tamagawa Rise, a shopping and office complex in Tokyo. Passengers at the nearby rail station jumped about 20%. Overall, operating profit for rail and other transportation operations soared nearly 20%.

The hotel and resort business outperformed other operations, with operating profit climbing 40%. Hotel occupancy rates, especially for facilities in central Tokyo, are exceeding 80% thanks to foreign tourists, a company source said.

The leisure business, including hotels, is fueling profit gains at other private rail companies.

Keihan Electric Railway's net profit rocketed 42% to a record 19.5 billion yen. The company owns two hotels near Universal Studios Japan in Osaka, capturing demand from tourists. Operating profit at the leisure and service segment rose just over 50%.

Hotels in resort areas off the beaten path are benefiting from foreign travelers shifting away from well-known city centers. Seibu Holdings saw operating profit roughly double in its hotel and leisure segment. The company's Prince Hotels, like the ones in Karuizawa in Nagano Prefecture, are drawing strong traffic.

Kanagawa Prefecture's Mount Hakone had its eruption alert level downgraded, boosting occupancy rates at surrounding hotels run by Odakyu Electric Railway. The company had expected volcanic activity to shrink revenue by 6.5 billion yen this fiscal year but now sees the blow amounting to 5.4 billion yen at the most.

Foreign visitors increased 47% last year to 19.74 million. However, more than a few voices say the pace will slow in 2016 amid the softening Chinese economy.

"We are observing how factors like the recent strengthening of the yen are affecting spending patterns by foreign tourists," said Masao Tomoe, senior managing executive officer at Tokyu.

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Saitama New Shuttle orange 2020 debut!

The second set in orange of the new 2020 series entered in service last February 2.



The new trains where introduced in November 2015 with the first in green.

It replaces the 1000 series, which has been operational since the opening in 1983.

http://news.mynavi.jp/news/2016/02/04/379/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/New_Shuttle
http://www.new-shuttle.jp/topics/2016/01/2020-1.html
wow, a very striking design. it has this 80's version of "futuristic" feel to it.
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Old February 21st, 2016, 12:54 PM   #3065
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Keisei Oshiage Line continuous grade separation

With the first 2 km of track elevated between Oshiage and Yahiro stations on the Keisei Oshiage Line. Now, the works are concentrated east Arakawa river with others 2,6 kilometers to elevate between Yotsugi and Aoto (where the Oshiage Line merges with the Kesei Main Line).

First: Keisei Oshiage Line from Oshiage to Yahiro and back totally elevated.


The new section to elevate incorpores the Keisei-Tateishi station and will abolish 11 crossing levels.


In red: to elevate / In orange: elevated

With this important improvement, all the 5,7 kilometers of the Keisei Oshiage Line will be free of crossing levels.





The Aoto (junction) station is ready since it major reform in the 80s.


Keisei Main Line to the left and top / Oshiage Line down



Aoto Station is served by four tracks and two platforms divided in two levels. Tracks 1 and 2 serves the inbound trains to central Tokyo. Track 1 via the Keisei Oshiage Line, Metro Asakusa Line and Keikyu Main Line (Haneda and Yokohama), while the track 2 is for the trains bound for Nippori and Ueno.



Tracks 3 and 4 serves the outbound trains to Narita.

Works will finish by 2022.

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Old February 27th, 2016, 10:14 AM   #3066
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Choshi Electric Railway to retire former TRTA 2000 Series

Choshi Electric Railway withdraw the last 1000 Series at the end of February. The unit was sold by the former TRTA (Tokyo Metro) that used as 2000 Series on the Ginza Line from 1960.

DeHa 1001 form was manufactured by Teikoku Sharyo in 1960, and it's the only that remains since the DeHa 1002 (Hitachi 1959) was retired in 2015.

Trains received different color scheme since are bought by Choshi Electric Railway.


1002 Series "Marunouchi Line" and 1001 "Ginza Line" classic colors.









Other paint schemes was the Momotaru Dentetsu (video game) in blue:





And an special livery designed by Naoe Kikuchi, travel writter and main character in Tetsuko no Tabi manga and anime. The livery imagines in the silouette of the rising sun in the Pacific Ocean.





Source:http://rail.hobidas.com/blog/natori/.../post_556.html / http://rail.hobidas.com/blog/natori/...4/12/22_8.html



The Chōshi Electric Railway Line (Chōshi Denki Tetsudō-sen) is a 6.4 km long railway line operated by the private railway operator Chōshi Electric Railway between Chōshi Station and Tokawa Station in Chiba Prefecture.
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Old February 27th, 2016, 10:31 AM   #3067
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Kashima Rinkai Railway new 8000 Series



Kashima Rinkai Railway (Kashima Seaside Railway) is a railway company in Ibaraki Prefecture. The third sector company is abbreviated as KRT. It was founded in 1969 as a freight only railway operator to transport goods for the coastal industrial area of Kashima. Later in 1984, it took the planned Japanese National Railways line and began a passenger service as well.

Basically has two lines:

Ōarai Kashima Line: Mito — Kashima Soccer Stadium (53 km)
Kashima Rinkō Line (freight only): Kashima Soccer Stadium — Okunoyahama (19.2 km)



From March 26 the company will put in service the new 8000 Series that would remplace the 6000.

8000 Series are trains manufactured by Niigata Transys with the base of the KiHa 5000 trainsets.











Source: http://rail.hobidas.com/blog/natori/.../02/16_28.html

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6000 Series:





The main characters of the anime series Girls und Panzer study in a huge ship originally based in Ōarai. Real locations in the city are also featured in the series which drew fans to visit it, giving a boost to local commerce.

Source: http://news.mynavi.jp/news/2016/02/22/470/

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Poster in Bentencho Station, Osaka.
They put up a similar one inside some trains.



Is there a fixed date or any rumor about when the new Loop Line train will go into service?
I'm getting nervous *dokidoki

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In a second chance to make a good first impression, East Japan Railway Co. relaunched its E235 train on central Tokyo’s Yamanote Line on March 7.

After experiencing a series of system malfunctions on its first day in operation more than three months ago, the much-hyped model undertook its second “first ride.”

There was no ceremony this time around, unlike at the official launch last November, but nonetheless, around 200 train enthusiasts gathered on the platform to take the new train that left Osaki Station in Shinagawa Ward at 3:30 p.m.

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The new model had been much-vaunted for its extra space for wheelchairs and strollers and digital advertising boards ahead of its first launch.

JR East says the new model will run alongside older trains to make about five trips a day on the loop line for the time being, far fewer than initially scheduled, to ensure that all the glitches are worked out.

If no more problems arise, the company will start to replace all Yamanote Line trains with the new model in time for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics.
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Some more infos from the official 323 Osaka Loop Line Homepage

http://www.my-fav.jp/campaign/35/


The ring size of the straps will be changing from before 85mm to 100mm and there will be 138 straps in one car.




There will be 16 displays in one car.



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New Shinjuku Station south complex

7 of march was inaugurated the new Miraina Tower Exit and other two exits was renamed on the new Shinjuku Station south complex.

Pink area on the left side. http://www.jreast.co.jp/e/stations/img/map_e/e866.pdf





Meanwhile they continue the works which seem eternal on the concourse.



The new Miraina Tower exit before the opening right next the stairs to the tracks 1 and 2.



Koshu Kaido exit, formerly known as Southern Terrace.



Now, the exit on the southern part of the complex is called "New South Entrance".

















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Sanyō Electric Railway has announced the purchase of new trains to revenue in service by the end of this year.

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Designated the 6000 series, the formation will consist in 3-car set and the first batch consist in 6 car (2 units)

As other trains in Kansai area, the manufacturer is Kawasaki Heavy Industries.

Car body construction are made with aluminium alloy, every car has 18,9 meters long, equipped with VVVF inverters, LED lighting, LCD screens above the doors and others. Is expected to reduce 40% in power consumption.

The 6000 series will replace the ancient 3000 series from 1971.

Source: http://www.sanyo-railway.co.jp/media/1432015565.pdf / http://response.jp/article/2015/05/20/251570.html
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Sotetsu 9000 series refurbishment



Last week, Sagami Railway presented the first 9000 series EMU completely refurbished. This involve new interiors, including leather seat covers on the transverse seating bays, interior lighting that can be adjusted to suit day and night conditions, and a new exterior livery in "Yokohama navy blue" color.



















Not only the refurbished trains was presented, also the new uniforms for the company staff.





Sotetsu will celebrate its 100 years in December 2017. By 2018 is planned to be completed the JR - Sotetsu link, and by spring 2019 the Sotetsu - Tokyu link.



The "Yokohama navy blue" color will be incorporated in the rest of the fleet.

Source: http://news.mynavi.jp/news/2016/03/11/052/
Official: http://www.sotetsu.co.jp/design-pj/

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New Keio 5000 Series



Keio Corporation has announced today the new Keio 5000 series, a commuter electric multiple unit train type on order by the private railway operator for entry into service in the Tokyo area from spring 2018. A total of five ten-car trainsets are to be built by J-TREC.





Passenger accommodation will consist of rotating pairs of seats that can be arranged in longitudinal configuration for regular daytime services or in transverse forward-facing configuration for reserved-seat evening commuter services from Shinjuku in Tokyo to Keio Hachioji and Hashimoto. LED lighting will be used in the interiors, and pairs of LCD passenger information screens will be provided both above the doorways and suspended from the ceilings. Free WiFi and AC power sockets will be provided. Space for wheelchairs and pushchairs will be provided in each car.

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What, no service planned to Takao? That mountain is probably one of the biggest tourist draws on the system, and I would think it would be a decent destination.

Also, how goes the grade separation program? KEIO really needs to get somewhere on that, its pretty congested, especially close to Tokyo.

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Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line thru-running expresses to get "F-Liner" designation


As you know, Tokyo Metro's Fukutoshin line has one of the most complicated thru-running schedules in the metropolis since it ties together the Yokohama Express Railway's Minato-Mirai line, Tokyu's Toyoko Line, Seibu's Yurakucho and Ikebukuro Lines, and Tobu's Tojo line.

Express services from all 5 lines usually line up in a certain way to provide for one of the quickest ways to get into and out of west-central Tokyo, but unless you're a train geek (heh) you probably don't know that the Ltd Express on the Toyoko Line will always run as an Express on the Fukutoshin Line...But the Express on the Toyoko Line will turn into a Local and turn into something else maybe on the Ikebukuro Line. Also what's the deal with the Tojo line not having any thru-serviced express trains at all? Everything winds up being a local train there. Well that all changes on 3/26!



All trains bearing the green "F-Liner" logo will run just like the following services:
  • Tojo Line Express
  • Seibu Yurakucho/Ikebukuro lines Rapid Express
  • Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line Express
  • Tokyu Toyoko Line Limited Express
  • Yokohama Rapid Railway Minato-Mirai Line Limited Express

This also means the Tojo Line will finally get thru express trains again, which used to happen before the Toyoko line connection 3 years ago.

Testing the new headsigns on the Hikarie Liner (Tokyu 4110F) at Moto-Sumiyoshi Yards


Looks like Tobu jumped the gun and added the F-Liner logo to their inbound express from Ogawa Machi the other day!

The F-Liner logo will be used in place of the service designations on those lines in order to make it easier for passengers to know they're on the fastest service to their destination. The service will run during weekday off-peak hours (9am~4:45pm) and all day weekends and holidays every 15 minutes, alternating to/from Hanno or Shinrin Koen to/from Motomachi-Chukagai.

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Shizuoka Railway A3000 series debut!



Today Shizuoka Railway (Shizutetsu) has put in service the new two-car A3000 series for the Shimizu Line in Shizuoka City.

"Rainbow Future" CM:



Inauguration ceremony at Shin-Shizuoka terminal:



More photos from today, the merchandising stand at Tokyu Hands in Shizuoka, and inside the train with the campaign adds:

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Yesterday March 26 opened two new stations on the JR Tokaido Main Line:
Maya Station and Higashi-Himeji Station.

Unfortunately I couldn't go myself, but you can find a video of the opening of Maya station here
https://www.kobe-np.co.jp/news/shaka...08929009.shtml

Maya Station is located between Rokkomichi Station and Nada Station.
If went to the station before its opening and it is in a residential area without anything worth noticing, no supermarkets, nothing.

The station uses solar panels and the energy of braking trains to use it for the station.

At Maya Station is expected to be used by around 16.000 passengers daily and Higashi-Himeji Station by around 6.000 passengers daily.


EDIT: I found another interesting article about Maya Sation:

http://www.kobe-np.co.jp/news/shakai...08923029.shtml

Until now it was difficult for Osaka bound trains to turn around in case of a stop of the train service or in case of a heavy delay (more than 30 minutes). After opening of Maya station, it will be possible not only for Local trains, but also for Rapid trains (Kaisoku) to make a "U-Turn" and return to Sannomiya Station. There customers can change to other private rail lines like Hankyu or Hanshin.



The picture shows three stations from the left to right "Sannomiya", "Nada", "Maya".
Trains to the left are Himeji-bound and to the right Osaka-bound.
The black arrows are Local Trains (Futsuu), the red arrows are Rapid trains (Kaisoku). Those trains share the "inner" tracks most of the time, only during rush hour Kaisoku is also using the "outer" tracks together with Shin-Kaisoku.
At the top in blue are Limited Express trains (Shin-Kaisoku, Tokkyu, etc.)
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New Randen station: Satsueisho-mae



Keifuku Electric Railroad owner of the Kyoto tramway or Randen, inaugurated on April 1st the new Satsueisho-mae station on the Kitano Line (3.8 km). The new station connects with the JR Uzumasa station and serves the Toei cinema studio park. The code is B-01.















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