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Old May 28th, 2012, 03:57 PM   #3861
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I have been unable to find any recent information about Keio's huge underground project at Chofu station. A Japanese railfan sent me this link that has a nice animation showing how the shield tunnelling machine was used in that project. He said it is expected to be completed in August.

When the image in the link settles down, click on the blue box to start the animation. Very interesting.

http://www.keio.co.jp/train/chofu/index.html
in a similar vein, fascinating video of the progress they have made on the Odakyu line to quadruple put the track underground at Shimokitazawa station and the two stations either side.

http://www.shimochika-navi.com/movie..._06/movie.html

wonder when that's due to open ?
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Old May 28th, 2012, 05:04 PM   #3862
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Old May 28th, 2012, 05:14 PM   #3863
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We also have some news regarding the Keiō Line undergrounding project at Chōfu:
http://www.keio.co.jp/news/update/an...v01/index.html

The switchout to the new underground tracks will take place after the end of service on 2012.08.18, with service being restored the next day at around 10:00 am.

No more of this...
I made a visit to Chofu the day before yesterday, maybe for the last time before the changeover (I may make one more visit at the beginning of August). I understand the reason for the improvement, with some trains being forced to wait for several minutes for the line to clear in order to enter the station limits, but the whole scene will lose so much of the charm that attracts railfans, with the choreography required of a flat junction, as well as the sharp curves and flange squeal made by the trains coming and going from the Sagamihara branch line. Plus underground stations are terrible for photography.
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Old May 28th, 2012, 06:01 PM   #3864
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... Plus underground stations are terrible for photography.
A lot depends on your camera.
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Old May 29th, 2012, 11:18 AM   #3865
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Press invited on tour of Tōkyō Station restoration work

On 2012.05.27, JR East invited the press to visit the ongoing restoration work inside the Marunouchi Station Building of Tōkyō Station. We now have a first look at the hotel rooms and the restored South Dome.

The grand opening is still a few months away in October, but the faregates and restrooms will be open to the public starting June 3.

Tōkyō MX news report (2012.05.28):



Some pictures from the Sankei News blog:
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The renovated station building will feature 150 hotel rooms total, three times the previous number, with several having some awesome views of the dome like this.
The room rates range from ¥30,000 to ¥800,000 a night (!), and there've already been 1,000 reservations since reservations were opened May 8, with many trying to book the rooms used by some of Japan's literary greats, such as Kawabata Yasunari and Matsumoto Seichō.



The sections of the dome damaged in the air raids, including the reliefs of the zodiac animals and Toyotomi Hideyoshi's helmet, are being restored based on six black-and-white photographs taken in 1914... If I remember correctly, they also relied on some written records of the dome interior to approximate the paint scheme.



Tōkyō Station Hotel atrium
The brick walls here are the originals from 1914.



The "Palaceside" rooms facing the Imperial Palace grounds.





Original bricks in the what will be the Tōkyō Station art gallery



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Old May 29th, 2012, 07:31 PM   #3866
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Awesome. I'm trying to get 3 others to go in with me to fork over ¥20,000 just to experience the rooms there in 2013...
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Between this and Tōbu Asakusa Station, we've now got two two high-quality station restoration projects.

I'd love to stay here, although it's way out of my price range for when I typically visit Japan. Should be a nice contrast, though, to the modern JR business hotel at the station, inside the Sapia Tower (Hotel Metropolitan Marunouchi). I can imagine this hotel easily appealing to railfans, history / architecture buffs, and older couples.
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in a similar vein, fascinating video of the progress they have made on the Odakyu line to quadruple put the track underground at Shimokitazawa station and the two stations either side.

http://www.shimochika-navi.com/movie..._06/movie.html
Thanks, love the stacked tunnels.

I think we would have had some decent videos of both the Keiō and Odakyū undergrounding projects last year, but the events were cancelled after the earthquake and tsunami.
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Meitetsu considering connecting Meitetsu and Kintetsu Nagoya stations
http://sankei.jp.msn.com/economy/new...0440023-n1.htm

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 名古屋鉄道は1日、2020年にも着手する名鉄名古屋駅地区の再開発で、隣接する近畿日本鉄道の近鉄名古屋駅との一体化を検討する方針を明らかにした。利用客が乗り継ぎしやすいように利便性を高める狙いがある。

 今後3年以内に基本計画を定める。JR東海のリニア中央新幹線が東京-名古屋で開業する27年までの完成を目指す。

 名鉄と近鉄のそれぞれの名古屋駅は現在、ホームの一部で行き来ができるが、段差が多く、大きな改札口も離れている。
Nagoya Railroad (Meitetsu) announced today (2012.06.01) that it is considering a plan to combine its main terminal at Meitetsu Nagoya Station with the adjacent Kintetsu Nagoya Station as part of its redevelopment plan for Meitetsu Nagoya Station, which will begin as early as 2020. The aim is to make transferring between the two largest private railways in the Nagoya area easier. A master plan will be developed within the next three years, with a targeted opening before the start of revenue service on JR Central’s Chūō Shinkansen maglev between Tōkyō and Nagoya in 2027.

Currently, the two stations are connected by a special Meitetsu–Kintetsu transfer passage, but since Meitetsu is a through-station, anyone not going to or coming from Track 1 at Meitetsu Nagoya must still go up to the station concourse on Level B1.

Too bad the track gauges are different… A through-service between Meitetsu and Kintetsu in the Nagoya area would be fascinating, perhaps with the Inuyama Line. I think we’ll just have to settle for the station improvements.

Kintetsu Nagoya Line action (2012.01):



Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line action (2011.04):

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It’s only tangentially-related, but I thought the “international” railfans and closet J-pop fans might like to see this:







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Are all J-Pop fans closeted?
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Old June 9th, 2012, 07:44 PM   #3872
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No, but the out-of-the-closet ones have probably already seen that.
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Been really slacking on the updates, but here's a small Fuji TV newsbite from a while ago about the Keikyū 2100 series and 1000 series Siemens "musical-scale" inverters that are currently being phased out.
Eventually, they'll disappear completely.



And a nice collection of HD clips:

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Is there a specific reason for the securoty notice that can be seen in this video?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...rRdbRL0#t=152s
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They are always on alert, apparently.
That security notice has been on JR trains for as long as I remember.
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Suica and PASMO break 70 million monthly e-money transactions
http://www.jreast.co.jp/press/2012/20120606.pdf

Suica and PASMO together recorded a total of 71.24 million electronic money transactions in May, from the original 14.55 million transactions when the two card systems launched interoperability in April 2007.

Latest circulation statistics (as of end of May 2012):
Total cards in circulation: Approx. 60.06 million
  • Suica cards: Approx. 39.68 million (electronic money compatibility: Approx. 37.38 million)
  • PASMO cards: Approx. 20.38 million
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Hitachi wins order for B-CHOP energy storage system for Macau LRT
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Tokyo, June 13, 2012 - Hitachi, Ltd. (TSE:6501) today announced that it has won an order for 15 Energy Storage for Traction Power Supply ("B-CHOP") Systems for a new transportation system in Macau. This order was received from Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., which is in charge of constructing a new Light Rail Transit (LRT) system in Macau, excluding the stations and civil engineering work. The LRT system is scheduled to start commercial operations in April 2015. The Macau LRT system is Macau's first new transportation system. Approximately 20 km long, it will run on rubber tires from northern Macau (a customs inspection point), which connects to Zhuhai in China's Guangdong Province, to the Taipa Ferry Terminal via the coastal area (Macau Ferry Terminal), the central city casino area, Sai Van Bridge and Macau International Airport. The LRT is the first in the world to employ a regenerative power storage system with storage batteries along the entire line.
The B-CHOP systems ordered today temporarily store regenerative power produced when a train stops or decelerates in rechargeable batteries installed in railway substations. This electricity is then fed back when it is needed to run trains. The system therefore reduces the amount of electricity required for railway operations. The system will use lithium-ion batteries developed for automotive applications by Hitachi Vehicle Energy, Ltd., which mainly develops and manufactures automotive lithium-ion batteries.

B-CHOP features high energy density and power density, indicators of battery endurance and power, respectively, as well as a large storage capacity. Thanks to these features, B-CHOP reduces electricity use by effectively storing regenerated energy from railcars. Indeed, it is expected to reduce electricity use by approximately 10% compared to the pre-introduction situation. Furthermore, because brake pad friction can be reduced by reducing the frequency of railcar mechanical brake usage, it will also lower railcar maintenance costs. By installing B-CHOP systems throughout the entire Macau LRT line, Hitachi will reduce line energy use, helping create an environmentally friendly urban rail system for Macau.

Hitachi will continue to develop its rail systems business, cooperating with corporate partners in various countries to make railway traction substations more advanced and environmentally friendly with the relevant cutting-edge core technologies such as B-CHOP.
Speaking of Hitachi…
With the Olympics soon upon us, someone recently posted this (old) Hitachi Group promo about the Class 395 trains:

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New Flyer electric bus powered by Mitsubishi batteries enters services
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Tokyo, June 4, 2012 - An all-electric, battery-powered prototype demonstration bus under joint development by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd. (MHI), the government of Manitoba, local companies and a Canadian college has been completed and was unveiled in Manitoba, Canada. The 40-foot "E-Bus" is powered by lithium-ion rechargeable battery packs developed by MHI that offer significant power retention capability. Going forward, the bus will be demonstrated on the streets of Winnipeg over the next two years.



The public viewing ceremony of the E-Bus took place on June 1 in front of the Manitoba Legislative Building in Winnipeg. The ceremony was attended by Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger and by many people from companies and organizations participating in the E-Bus project, including MHI.

The E-Bus project is being implemented under the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on Renewable Energy Development signed in December 2010 between the Government of Manitoba and MHI, under which the two parties agreed to collaborate towards realizing an advanced low-carbon society. As the first step of the initiative, the Government of Manitoba, MHI, Manitoba Hydro, Red River College and New Flyer Industries Canada ULC, a Canadian manufacturer of heavy-duty transit buses, have been working since April 2011 to develop and demonstrate a lithium-ion rechargeable battery-powered bus and recharging technology.

Going forward the project will test the E-Bus's compatibility in cold weather through actual operation. Also, it will contribute to the study of promoting electrification of transportation using electric powertrains such as lithium-ion rechargeable batteries, and establishment of recharging infrastructure, aiming to respond to the need for environmental burden reduction in the transportation field. MHI views this project as a very important step for popularizing lithium-ion rechargeable batteries in the North American electric bus market, a market which the company expects to grow.

MHI considers energy and environment-related business to be one of its areas of focus for the 21st century, and the company has been participating in many environment-related projects of governments and municipalities both in Japan and abroad. Going forward MHI will continue to aggressively propose innovative solutions for energy and environmental issues worldwide, leveraging its expansive range of technologies and knowhow in these fields.

Manitoba Premier Greg Selinger (second from right) and people concerned attended public viewing ceremony



All-electric, battery-powered prototype demonstration bus completed

Perhaps we’ll see these rolling around a few North American cities in the near future.
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Okayama Electric Tramway will provide consultancy services in Pune LRT project
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 両備ホールディングス傘下の岡山電気軌道(岡山市、小嶋光信社長)は12日、日本の官民がインド西部のプネ(マハラシュトラ州)で取り組む低床式路面電車(LRT)整備事業の事業化調査に参加すると発表した。LRT運行の実績を踏まえ、運行形態や導入車両などについて助言する。すでに課長級の社員1人を現地調査に派遣した。

 プネはムンバイに近く、IT産業が集積する人口550万人の都市。市中心部と7万8千人が働く郊外のヒンジャワディ工業団地の14.5キロを結ぶLRTの都市鉄道を整備する。総工費200億円。2020年営業開始を目指す。人口増加に伴い、両区間は交通渋滞が激しくなっている。

 東芝やオリエンタルコンサルタンツ(東京・渋谷)などの企業グループが企画・立案から建設・運営までを一括して手掛ける。今回の事業化調査は国際協力機構(JICA)から1億5千万円の拠出を受け、来年1月に調査結果をまとめる。

 岡山電気軌道は岡山市内のLRT運行実績に加え、岡山県とプネ市が友好交流協定を結んでいることから、参加の呼びかけがあった。

 小嶋社長は「鉄道を日本の輸出産業にするための第一歩。参加企業で唯一のLRT運行会社として調査後もノウハウ提供などで支援したい」と語り、将来設立される事業会社への出資を検討する可能性も示した。
Interesting news from the small private operator of Okayama’s tram system, which announced on 2012.06.12 that it will participate in a joint public- and private-sector feasibility study of a proposed light rail system in Pune, Maharashtra in western India. The operator will provide advice on service planning and rolling stock, and has already sent over one of its mid-level staff to India for the project.

The proposed 14.5 km LRT line would connect central Pune with Hinjawadi], home to a major industrial park. The line is scheduled to open in 2020. A consortium of Tōshiba, Oriental Consultants, and other firms will handle the entire project, from planning and initiation to construction and operation. With ¥150 million in funding from the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), the consortium will finalize the feasibility study by January of next year.

In addition to its experience operating light rail service, Okayama Electric Tramway (Okaden) was also selected because of the Okayama Prefecture’s sister-city relationship with Pune.

A nice professionally-produced overview of Okaden and the tourist sights along the line:



An amateur version, taken during the holiday season:

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Ōsaka governor pushes for Ōsaka Monorail extension to Kintetsu Nara Line
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 府北部を走る大阪モノレール(総延長28キロ)について、松井知事は11日、門真市駅より南への延伸を検討する方針を明らかにした。東大阪市内で近鉄奈良線に接続する構想で、実現すれば、府東部の南北方向の利便性が向上するとしている。

 大阪モノレールは、府が資本金の約65%を出資する第3セクター「大阪高速鉄道」(豊中市)が運営。レールや駅の基本構造部分は府が整備、車両などは同鉄道が購入。本線(大阪空港駅―門真市駅、21・2キロ)と彩都線(万博記念公園駅―彩都西駅、6・8キロ)がある。

 1990年6月に開業。当初は赤字運営で、借入金が98年度末には650億円に達したが、2001年度に黒字に転換。10年度は約12億円の黒字で、同年度末の借入金は255億円にまで減少した。

 この日の府戦略本部会議で、松井知事は「レール部分は公共工事。利益が上がっているなら、府民の便益を上げるように動き出して」と、関係部局に延伸の検討を指示した。

 大阪モノレールの延伸構想はこれまでも浮上したことがあったが、府の財政難などで、本格的な検討は行われなかった。延伸には約900億円が必要と試算されており、今後、府では延伸した場合の需要や採算性などについて調査する。

On 2012.06.11, Ōsaka Prefecture Governor Matsui Ichirō revealed plans for a possible extension of the Ōsaka Monorail south from Kadoma-shi Station, connecting with the Kintetsu Nara Line in Higashi-Ōsaka City. The extension would improve north-south transit service in the eastern areas of Ōsaka Prefecture.

The Ōsaka Monorail consists of a 21.2 km main line between Ōsaka (Itami) Airport and Kadoma-shi and a 6.8 km branch line between Banpaku Kinen Kōen and Saito Nishi. The overall finances of the monorail have improved substantially since its opening in June 1990, with the construction debt ballooning to ¥65.0 billion in FY1998 but now down to ¥25.5 billion in FY2010. The line also began generating operating profits in FY2001, reaching approx. ¥1.2 billion in FY2010. As the monorail is a third-sector service, with the infrastructure owned by the Prefectural Government, the governor hopes to return some of the benefits of the line’s profits to the public by pushing for an extension.

Proposals for extending the monorail have surfaced in the past, but were never seriously considered until now due to budget issues at the Prefectural Government. The estimated cost of the extension is approx. ¥90.0 billion, and the Prefectural Government will now evaluate the estimated ridership demand and feasibility of the project.

Will be interesting to see the proposed alignment for the extension, as the easiest alignment (continuing south paralleling the Kinki Expressway) would make it difficult to provide adequate connections with Ōsaka’s radial rail lines, as none of them have stations close enough to the expressway, and in some cases, the expressway is right in the middle of two existing stations (Ōsaka Municipal Subway Chūō Line and Kintetsu Nara Line):
  • Kadoma Minami on the Ōsaka Municipal Subway Nagahori – Tsurumi Ryokuchi Line
  • Kōnoike Shinden on the JR Gakken Toshi Line (Katamachi Line)
  • Nagata on the Ōsaka Municipal Subway Chūō Line and Aramoto on the Kintetsu Keihanna Line
  • Yaenosato and Wakae–Iwata on the Kintetsu Nara Line
Ōsaka Monorail HD cab view from Kadoma-shi to Itami Airport.
Some really fantastic views of suburban Ōsaka…

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