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Old February 19th, 2006, 03:59 AM   #41
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じゃ、新幹線の電車がすばらしい!日本に行きたい!:(

I want to go to Japan!
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Video I took today: http://youtube.com/watch?v=KZBMLY1XB-o
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Old March 4th, 2006, 01:13 AM   #43
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Japanese trains kick ass!
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Old March 4th, 2006, 01:18 AM   #44
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This sums it up quite nicely.
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^That's a great one

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Old December 19th, 2006, 08:43 PM   #47
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Streetcars Alive and Well in Japan

There are many streetcar systems operating in Japan, most with
a mix of new and old, well maintained cars.

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Old December 19th, 2006, 09:59 PM   #48
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I like the police version
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Old December 19th, 2006, 10:02 PM   #49
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There are many streetcar systems operating in Japan, most with
a mix of new and old, well maintained cars.
Wow - terrific shots. Very colorful!

I just went to Japan for the first last June, but I don't remember seeing any streetcars in Tokyo, Kyoto or Nara. Did I just miss them or are they located in other cities?
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In what cities were each of the pictures taken?

I understand that Hiroshima has an extensive tram network.



Many other Japanese cities once had extensive tram networks but most have been replaced by grade separated rail lines. I understand that Tokyo has just one tram line still operating on city streets, the Toden Arakawa Line.
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I just checked the link provided in the first post of this thread < http://www.pbase.com/dickh/streetcars >. I especially like this one:

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I thought I saw a streetcar run below me near Arashiyama.
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I like the police version
Keisatsu no shiden is the Kumamoto Prefectural Police safety campaign for the elderly. Great, isn't it. Looks just like a real Japanese Police car.

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... In what cities were each of the pictures taken?
Top row: Kumamoto, Okayama, Kumamoto, Hiroshima
2nd row: Okayama, Osaka, Kitakyushu
3rd row: Kumaoto, Kamakura, Hiroshima
4th row: Osaka, Nagasaki, Okayama, Kamakura
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Wow - terrific shots. Very colorful!

I just went to Japan for the first last June, but I don't remember seeing any streetcars in Tokyo, Kyoto or Nara. Did I just miss them or are they located in other cities?
Thanks. There are about Japanese 20 cities with streetcar lines. Tokyo has 2 lines and Kyoto has 2 lines, but they are in areas not frequented by tourists. It's too bad, because riding streetcars in Japan we can see real Japanese life and the common people.
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JAPAN | Urban Transport Compilation

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Major Tōkyō Area Projects
A rundown of under construction projects, projects in planning, and proposed projects in the Tōkyō Area urban rail network.

Under Construction
[Chiba Urban Monorail] Chiba Urban Monorail Line 1 extension: Kenchō-mae – Shiritsu Aoba Byōin
[Keikyū] Keikyū Daishi Line grade-separation: Higashi-Monzen – Kojima Shinden
[Keikyū] Keikyū Main Line / Keikyū Airport Line grade-separation: Heiwajima – Rokugōdote, Keikyū Kamata – Ōtorii
[Keikyū | Tōkyō Monorail] New International Terminal Station at Haneda Airport
[Keiō] Keiō Line / Keiō Sagamihara Line grade-separation: Shibasaki – Nishi-Chōfu, Chōfu – Keiō Tamagawa
[Keisei] Oshiage Line grade-separation: Oshiage – Aoto
[Keisei] Kanamachi Line grade-separation: Takasago – Shibamata
[Keisei | Hokusō] Narita New Rapid Railway / New Skyliner and Nippori Station reconstruction
[Odakyū] Odakyū Line quadruple-tracking and grade-separation: Yoyogi Uehara – Mukōgaoka Yūen
[JR East] Chūō Rapid Line grade-separation: Mitaka – Tachikawa
[JR East] Installation of platform doors on Yamanote Line
[JR East] Nambu Line grade-separation: Inadazutsumi – Fuchū Honmachi
[JR East] New Musashi Kosugi Station on Yokosuka Line
[JR East] Shinjuku Station improvements
[JR East] Tōhoku Line – Tōkaidō Line connection: Ueno - Tōkyō
[JR East] Tōkyō Station City and Tōkyō Station restoration
[JR East] Urawa Station elevation and redevelopment
[Seibu] Seibu Ikebukuro Line quadruple-tracking and grade-separation: Sakuradai – Ōizumi Gakuen
[Shin-Keisei] Shin-Keisei Line grade-separation: Kamagaya Daibutsu – Kunugiyama
[Sōtetsu] Sōtetsu Main Line grade-separation: Hoshikawa – Tennōchō
[Tōbu] Tōbu Noda Line grade-separation: Shimizu Kōen – Umesato
[Tōkyū] Tōkyū Den’en Toshi Line quadruple-tracking and Ōimachi Line extension: Futako Tamagawa – Mizonokuchi
Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Ōimachi Line Improvements
Part 3: Den’en Toshi Line Quadruple-Tracking
Part 4: Ōimachi Line Express Service
[Tōkyū | Tōkyō Metro] Tōkyū Tōyoko Line through-service with Tōkyō Metro Fukutoshin Line

In Planning Stages
[JR East | Tōkyō Metro | Tōkyū] Shibuya Station redevelopment
[Kanazawa Seaside Line] Relocation of Kanazawa Seaside Line Kanazawa Hakkei Station
[Keiō] Keiō Line grade-separation: Daitabashi – Hachimanyama
[Metropolitan Intercity Railway] Tsukuba Express platform extensions
[Seibu] Seibu Shinjuku Line grade-separation: Nakai – Nogata
[Sōtetsu | JR East] Kanagawa East Line (Sōtetsu through-service with JR East): Nishiya – Hazawa
[Sōtetsu | Tōkyū] Kanagawa East Line (Sōtetsu through-service with Tōkyū): Hazawa – Hiyoshi
[Toei Subway] Installation of platform doors on Toei Ōedo Line

Proposed
[JR East] Kawasaki Approach Line: Tōkyō Teleport / Shinagawa – Hamakawasaki – Kawasaki (Nambu Line) / Sakuragichō
[JR East] Keiyō Line extension and Chūō Line quadruple-tracking: Tōkyō – Mitaka
[JR East | TWR] Keiyō Line through-service with Tōkyō Waterfront Rapid Railway Rinkai Line
[JR East] New stations on Musashino Line (Shin-Yoshikawa, Myōbana, Higashi-Asaka, Sendabori)
[JR East] Sōbu Line – Keiyō Line connection: Shin-Urayasu – Funabashi – Tsudanuma
[Kawasaki Municipal Transportation Bureau | Odakyū | Keikyū] Kawasaki Rapid Railway: Shin-Yurigaoka – Kawasaki
[Keikyū] Keikyū Kurihama Line extension: Misakiguchi – Aburatsubo
[Keisei] Keisei Chihara Line extension: Chiharadai – Amaariki
[Metropolitan Intercity Railway] Tsukuba Express extension: Akihabara – Tōkyō
[Odakyū] Odakyū Tama Line extension: Karakida – Kamimizo
[Saitama Rapid Railway] Saitama Rapid Railway extension: Urawa-Misono – Hasuda
[Seibu] Seibu Ahina Line reopening and Seibu Shinjuku Line maintenance facility
[Seibu | Tōkyō Metro] Seibu Shinjuku Line connection to Tōkyō Metro Tōzai Line
[Sōtetsu] Sōtetsu Izumino Line extension: Shōnandai – Hiratsuka
[Tama Monorail] Tama Monorail extensions: Kamikitadai – Hakonegasaki, Tama Center – Hachiōji / Machida
[Tōbu] Tōbu Noda Line double-tracking: Sakasai – Mutsumi
[Tōbu] Tōbu Noda Line grade-separation near Kasukabe Station
[Toei Subway | Keisei] Toei Asakusa Line bypass line and connection to Tōkyō Station
[Toei Subway] Toei Ōedo Line extension: Hikarigaoka – Ōizumi Gakuenchō
[Toei Subway] Toei Shinjuku Line extension: Moto-Yawata – Shin-Kamagaya
[Tōkyō Metro] Tōkyō Metro Hanzōmon Line extension: Oshiage – Matsudo
[Tōkyō Metro] Tōkyō Metro Yūrakuchō Line extension: Shin-Kiba – Noda-shi
[Tōkyō Monorail] Redesign of Hamamatsuchō Station and Tōkyō Monorail extension: Hamamatsuchō - Shimbashi
[Tōkyū | Keikyū] Kamakama Line: JR Kamata – Ōtorii
[TWR] New Haneda Access Line: Tōkyō Teleport – Haneda Airport
[Yokohama Municipal Subway] Yokohama Municipal Subway Blue Line extension: Azamino – Shin-Yurigaoka
[Yokohama Municipal Subway] Yokohama Municipal Subway Green Line extensions: Nakayama – Motomachi, Hiyoshi – Tsurumi
[Yurikamome] Yurikamome extension: Toyosu – Kachidoki
Kaihin Makuhari – Makuhari connection
Ōmiya East-West Transit: Ōmiya – Saitama Stadium 2002
Ward-Prefecture Loop Line (Metro Seven): Akabane – Kasai Rinkai Kōen
Ward-Prefecture Loop Line (Eightliner): Akabane – Haneda Airport
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Hanshin Namba Line opens Friday, March 20
Official Website: http://www.hanshin.co.jp/nambasen/





The Namba Line is a 3.8-km extension of the existing Hanshin Nishi-Ōsaka Line, from Nishi-Kujō Station to Ōsaka Namba Station, making Hanshin Electric Railway the first private railway to serve both of Ōsaka's major terminals--Umeda in the north, via the Hanshin Main Line, and Namba in the south via the new line. The extension includes four new stations:
  • Kujō
    Transfers:
    • Ōsaka Municipal Subway Chūō Line (Dōme-mae - Chiyozaki Station)
  • Dōme-mae (the station for Ōsaka Dome)
    Transfers:
    • Ōsaka Municipal Subway Nagahori-Tsurumi Ryokuchi Line (Dōme-mae - Chiyozaki Station)
  • Sakuragawa
    Transfers:
    • Ōsaka Municipal Subway Sennichimae Line
    • Nankai Electric Railway Kōya (Shiomibashi) Line (Shiomibashi Station)
  • Ōsaka Namba (the existing Kintetsu Namba Station, to be renamed once the new line starts since both Hanshin and Kintetsu trains will now use it)
    Transfers:
    • Kintetsu Namba Line
    • Ōsaka Municipal Subway Midōsuji Line (Namba Station)
    • Ōsaka Municipal Subway Yotsubashi Line (Namba Station)
    • Ōsaka Municipal Subway Sennichimae Line (Namba Station)
    • Nankai Electric Railway Main Line (Namba Station)
    • Nankai Electric Railway Kōya Line (Namba Station)
    • JR West Kansai Main Line (Yamatoji Line) (JR Namba Station)
In addition, the extension allows for through-servicing with Kintetsu trains at Namba, meaning it is now possible to travel from Nara (Kintetsu Nara Station) to Kōbe (Hanshin Sannomiya Station) via Ōsaka (Namba Station) on one train.

The extension from Nishi-Kujō to Ōsaka Namba


The Hanshin Main Line (in red) and Namba Line (in green and orange). The green portion is the existing Nishi-Ōsaka Line from Amagasaki to Nishi-Kujō, which will be combined with the extension in orange and together called the Hanshin Namba Line.


The extent of through-services between Hanshin and Kintetsu, from Hanshin Sannomiya in the west to Kintetsu Nara in the east.



Service Pattern
Hanshin’s version of the map only shows the Hanshin network, so this is Kintetsu’s version instead, which shows both the Hanshin and Kintetsu networks:



Service on the Namba Line will consist of the following stopping patterns:
  • Rapid express: [Hanshin Main Line] Sannomiya – Uozaki – Ashiya – Nishinomiya – Kōshien – Amagasaki – [Hanshin Namba Line] – Nishi-Kujō – Kujō – Dōme-mae – Sakuragawa – Ōsaka Namba – [Kintetsu Namba Line] – Kintetsu Nipponbashi – [Kintetsu Ōsaka Line] – Uehonmachi – Tsuruhashi – [Kintetsu Nara Line] – Ikoma – Gakuen-mae – Yamato Saidaiji – Shin-Ōmiya – Kintetsu Nara
  • Semi-express: [Hanshin Namba Line] Amagasaki – Daimotsu – Dekijima – Fuku – Denpō – Chidoribashi – Nishi-Kujō – Kujō - Dōme-mae – Sakuragawa – Ōsaka Namba – [Kintetsu Namba Line] – Kintetsu Nipponbashi – [Kintetsu Ōsaka Line] – Uehonmachi – Tsuruhashi – [Kintetsu Nara Line] – Fuse – Kawachi Kosaka – Higashi-Hanazono – Ishikiri – Ikoma – Higashi-Ikoma – Tomio – Gakuen-mae – Ayameike – Yamato Saidaiji – Shin-Ōmiya – Kintetsu Nara
  • Section semi-express: [Hanshin Namba Line] Amagasaki – Daimotsu – Dekijima – Fuku – Denpō – Chidoribashi – Nishi-Kujō – Kujō - Dōme-mae – Sakuragawa – Ōsaka Namba – [Kintetsu Namba Line] – Kintetsu Nipponbashi – [Kintetsu Ōsaka Line] – Uehonmachi – Tsuruhashi – [Kintetsu Nara Line] – Fuse – Kawachi Kosaka – Higashi-Hanazono – Hyōtan-yama – Hiraoka – Nukata – Ishikiri – Ikoma – Higashi-Ikoma – Tomio – Gakuen-mae – Ayameike – Yamato Saidaiji – Shin-Ōmiya – Kintetsu Nara
  • Local: [Hanshin Main Line] – Motomachi – Sannomiya – Kasugano-michi – Iwaya – Nishi-Nada – Ōishi – Shinzaike – Ishiyagawa – Mikage – Sumiyoshi – Uozaki – Ōgi – Fukae – Ashiya – Uchide – Kōroen – Nishinomiya – Imazu – Kusugawa – Kōshien – Naruo – Mukogawa – Amagasaki Center Pool-mae – Deyashiki – Amagasaki – [Hanshin Namba Line] – Daimotsu – Dekijima – Fuku – Denpō – Chidoribashi – Nishi-Kujō – Kujō – Dōme-mae – Sakuragawa – Ōsaka Namba – [Kintetsu Namba Line] – Kintetsu Nipponbashi – [Kintetsu Ōsaka Line] – Uehonmachi – Tsuruhashi – Imazato – [Kintetsu Nara Line] – Fuse – Kawachi Eiwa – Kawachi Kosaka – Yaenosato – Wakae-Iwata – Kawachi Hanazono – Higashi-Hanazono – Hyōtan-yama – Hiraoka – Nukata – Ishikiri – Ikoma – Higashi-Ikoma – Tomio – Gakuen-mae – Ayameike – Yamato Saidaiji – Shin-Ōmiya – Kintetsu Nara

Frequency
  • Weekday morning rush
    • Rapid express: 5tph
    • Local: 5tph
  • Weekday midday
    • Rapid express: 3tph (rapid expresses stop at all stations between Amagasaki and Ōsaka Namba)
    • Local: 3tph
  • Weekday evening rush
    • Rapid express: 3tph
    • Local / Section semi-express / Semi-express: 6tph
  • Weekends
    • Rapid express: 3tph
    • Local / Section semi-express / Semi-express: 6tph

Travel Times, Distances, and Fares for Key Station Pairs
  • Sannomiya – Kintetsu Nara: 80 min., 65.2 km, ₯940
  • Sannomiya - Ōsaka Namba: 40 min., 32.4 km, ₯400
  • Kōshien - Ōsaka Namba: 20 min., 15.3 km, ₯350
  • Amagasaki - Ōsaka Namba: 15 min.,10.1 km, ₯320
  • Sannomiya – Kujō: 35 min., 29.9 km, ₯380
  • Kōshien – Kujō: 15 min., 12.8 km, ₯320
  • Amagasaki - Kujō: 10 min., 7.6 km, ₯270
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Some Youtube videos of testing…

Hanshin 1000 series trains doing revenue service and trial runs
The first train arrives at Nishi-Kujō to let off passengers and enters the new extension for a trial run.
The second train arrives from a trial run at Nishi-Kujō to board passengers bound for Amagasaki.


Kintetsu 9020 series train on a trial run arrives at Hanshin Sannomiya.



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Hanshin 1000 series (6-car formations):

http://ktmhp.com/img/railwayfun/a_6660_0.jpg
http://blog-imgs-10.fc2.com/b/i/w/bi...P1110738_1.jpg
http://hiromuta.btblog.jp/ig/b/kulSc18ns485EC158.jpg

Kintetsu “Series 21” (6-car formations):
9020 series:


9820 series:

http://ktmhp.com/img/railwayfun/a_6654_0.jpg

The design of the Hanshin and Kintetsu trains is actually fairly different. The Hanshin trains have three doors per side and are about 19 m long. The Kintetsu trains have four doors per side and are 20 m long.
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The background represents Kōbe, Ōsaka, and Nara from left-to-right.


Hanshin Electric Railway also owns the Hanshin Tigers baseball team, which plays at Kōshien Stadium (adjacent to Kōshien Station on the Hanshin Main Line). The through-service with Kintetsu will improve access to the stadium for baseball fans along the Kintetsu Line. Kintetsu actually owned its own baseball team (Kintetsu Buffaloes) which has since been sold.

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pretty cool man thats neat an expansion.

also is this a metro or a regional Railway line?

another thing i see its standard guage but isn't most of the Railways in japan are narrow guage expect the shinkansen which is standard guage.

also i noticed that the loading guage in japan is similar to england alot?

and i know lots of question but i wonder why in the USA they don't promote other companies and such or am i wrong here oh and sorry for the many questions?
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