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Old December 15th, 2009, 06:11 AM   #661
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Or instead of stopping at Shin-bashi to save a little money, they should definetly extend the Yurikamome to Tokyo station, that to me makes sense and would be awesome. They should also continue the expansion of Tokyo Monorail to make an easy transfer at Shiodome to the Yurikamome and then on to Tokyo station as well, instead of the current proposed shinbashi expansion. Or just have it stop at Shin-bashi instead to reduce redundancy.
Then, to be selfish, upgrade the current renovation plan of Tokyo station to include a circular drive or something with a huge-lighted water fountain in the middle, I think Tokyo needs this. Marunouchi is already westernized enough, add in an awesome, yet tasteful water fountain, and Tokyo could really start beating the European-like cities at their own game, yep that's right
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Old December 15th, 2009, 07:40 AM   #662
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I suggest checking out 2ch... They have a giant thread on the Asakusa Line Bypass, with much more knowledgeable folks and much more activity.

There's also this, directly from the MLIT, which gives a good overview of the alternatives:
http://www.mlit.go.jp/common/000040245.pdf
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Old December 15th, 2009, 08:49 AM   #663
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Old December 17th, 2009, 07:51 AM   #664
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Thanks Quasho.. Unfortunately, the link you gave me appeared in dots, so I couldn't read it. But the maps gave me a better idea...

Concerning the chuo-line elevation.. Is the line also elevated from Mitaka to Shinjuku? I've taken it, but I guess I've never really payed attention. And are they going to elevate it from kokubunji towards tachikawa and onward?

Also, what happens to the original lines?
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Old December 17th, 2009, 09:22 AM   #665
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Yes, the line is mostly elevated. There's a few sections at ground level or in a trench, but no crossings. The outbound track from Kokubunji towards Tachikawa is the last section to be elevated. They're still working on it. I don't believe there are plans to elevate beyond Tachikawa. However, there is a plan (dream?) to extend the Keiyō Line west from Tōkyō Station under central Tōkyō and through-service it with the Chūō Line rapid. I don't think there's been any serious evaluation of this, though, just the MLIT has identified it as an improvement.

The old tracks will simply be removed, since there's no need for them. JR East is required to provide neighborhood frontage roads as part of the project, so the right-of-way will be converted for this purpose.

There's a diagram of the process here:
http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showpo...0&postcount=31
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Old December 19th, 2009, 03:22 AM   #666
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New International Terminal Station on the Tōkyō Monorail
Source: http://okiraku-goraku.com/

I introduced this project here. They are basically building a new station at Haneda Airport’s International Terminal currently under construction. This requires rerouting the monorail to the new station.

Construction photos (2009.12.09)

Old and new elevated structure, towards the west end of the new section closer to Tenkūbashi.



New structure leading to the new station.



New station, with new terminal under construction in the background.



Support columns for the new section, on the east end closer to Shin-Seibijō.



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Old December 19th, 2009, 03:24 AM   #667
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Sōtetsu Main Line grade separation (elevation)
Source: http://okiraku-goraku.com/

Introduction to this project is here.

Construction photos (2009.11.02)

At Tennōchō Station, the outbound (away from Yokohama) track on the left has been switched over to a temporary track. The inbound track on the right is also temporary.



Traveling on the temporary outbound track.



The complicated works at Hoshikawa Station.



The ends of the outbound island platform are substantially curved out.





Between Hoshikawa and Wadamachi.





South end of the outbound platform at Hoshikawa Station. The platforms ends have been substantially widened by temporary additions. The old overhead still runs above.





The space freed up in the middle will hold the columns for the new elevated structure





You can see just how much wider the platforms are now with the temporary additions.



From above the station, facing south towards Tennōchō.



Facing north towards Wadamachi.

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Old December 19th, 2009, 03:26 AM   #668
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Yokosuka Line platform widening at Yokohama Station
Source: http://okiraku-goraku.com/

This project involves building new track and a temporary platform to allow for removal of the old track, which will free up space for the platform widening.

Construction photos (2009.11.09)

East end of the platforms, closer to Shin-Kawasaki.



Track being laid. The temporary platform will be constructed on the opposite side of the new track.



The edge of what will be the new platform. This section is still too narrow to allow them to construct the columns supporting the new roof, so there are temporary supports for the roof on the other side of the new track.



Near the middle of the platform there is much more space to work with, and the platform construction here has progressed quite far.



The former JR – Sōtetsu transfer passage, which was switched out on November 1 so they can perform work on the temporary platform in this area.



The west end of the platform, closer to Hodogaya. This will also become part of the new platform.

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Old December 19th, 2009, 03:30 AM   #669
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New Musashi Kosugi Station on the Yokosuka Line

I introduced this project here.

Construction photos

Some earlier photos from the train (2009.10.06):
Source: http://okiraku-goraku.com/

Approaching the new station on the outbound track (leaving Tōkyō), from the north / east end.



You can see some of the platform finishes being added here, including the edge tiles and detection tiles. If I remember correctly, the project was delayed a bit, so they are aiming to get the new platform up and running as soon as possible, but the accessory works such as the transfer passage with the Nambu Line may take longer.





The south / west end, where you can see the outbound track has been shifted quite substantially from its original position to allow space for the new station. The shift to the new outbound track occurred in early September, so in just a month, it seems like they’ve made a lot of progress on the platform.



Now some more recent photos from above (late November, early December):
Source: http://yokosuka-kosugi.blogspot.com/

First, a shot from 2009.11.29, before they began work on the roof to cover the inbound half of the platform, showing the width of the platform and location of stairs and elevators.



Some shots from 2009.12.13. The station is located along a sharp curve in the Yokosuka Line tracks. The two adjacent tracks are for the Tōkaidō Shinkansen.



Progress on the roof.



The north / east end of the platform. The Nambu Line passes underneath.



And some pictures on the work for the new transfer passage connecting the Nambu Line and Yokosuka Line, taking from the Nambu Line platforms (2009.11.27):

Taken from the outbound platform (bound for Tachikawa), looking east. The new stairwells and transfer passage are located a bit further out from the current platform edge, in preparation for the future conversion of the Nambu Line to eight-car trains. You can see some of the new platform space being constructed, as well as stairwells leading to a new bridge above the tracks. Since the transfer passage is only being constructed on the outbound side, the bridge is needed to get people to and from the inbound platform.



New passage for the outbound platform.



New platform space and stairwell for the inbound platform.



From the inbound platform.



The elevated structure at the end of the corridor is the Tōkaidō Shinkansen and Yokosuka Line.

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Old December 19th, 2009, 04:12 AM   #670
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Keisei Oshiage Line grade-separation (elevation)
Source: http://okiraku-goraku.com/

Another project I haven’t formally introduced yet, but it involves elevation of the Oshiage Line between Oshiage and Yahiro (1.5 km) and Yotsugi and Aoto (2.2 km). On August 29-30, the outbound track was switched to a temporary track.

Construction photos

Some pictures at Keisei Hikifune Station (2009.10.30):

The old outbound track (towards Aoto) remains, still waiting to be removed. The temporary outbound track is at right.



The old outbound platform at the west end (closer to Oshiage) has been completely dismantled.



At the east end, closer to Yahiro, portions of the old platform are waiting to be removed.





Some pictures between Yahiro and Keisei Hikifune (2009.11.27):

Traveling on the inbound track towards Keisei Hikifune. The old outbound track has already been removed.





Arriving at Keisei Hikifune. The old outbound platform has been removed and work is proceeding on the temporary inbound track.

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Old December 19th, 2009, 04:14 AM   #671
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Keisei Kanamachi Line grade-separation (elevation) at Takasago Station
Source: http://okiraku-goraku.com/
Source: http://okiraku-goraku.com/

The Kanamachi Line is being elevated at this station, which is the junction of the Keisei Main Line with the Hokusō Line and Kanamachi Line.

Construction photos (2009.10.30)

Exterior.



Kanamachi Line platforms under construction overhead. Because of the size of the junction, which is also located near Takasago Maintenance Yard, the beam span is quite large.



Concrete section.



Grade crossing, with sound wall.



The ramp down to the existing at-grade tracks.



From the north end, closer to Shibamata. The ramp will be supported by earth.





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Old December 19th, 2009, 04:17 AM   #672
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Keisei Nippori new outbound platform

I posted about this earlier here with some videos.

Now a picture tour:

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Skyliner area (before it actually opened):
Source: http://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/bb_fcy/







A look at the signage. The LED signs look great.
Source: http://okiraku-goraku.com/
Source: http://okiraku-goraku.com/

Typical schedule and map on platforms.



Schedule for regular trains.



Schedule for Skyliner / Evening Liner trains.



Concourse LED sign showing next departures for the third level platforms (Platform 1 and Platform 2).





Platform departure signs.



Another version of the concourse signs that also shows the stops for each tran.





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Nambu Line grade-separation (elevation)
Source: http://okiraku-goraku.com/
Source: http://okiraku-goraku.com/

I haven’t formally introduced this project yet, but it involves the elevation of 4.3 km of the Nambu Line between Inadazutsumi and Fuchū Honmachi in western Tōkyō. The outbound track (bound for Tachikawa) was switched to temporary track between the night of October 3 and early morning of October 4.

A cab view on October 3, the last day of the old outbound track, between Yanokuchi and Fuchū Honmachi. With all the construction going on, a special operator operates the train on the section between Inagi Naganuma and Minami-Tama.

Source: newkiyose on YouTube

Construction photos (2009.11.27)

Traveling on the temporary inbound track between Fuchū Honmachi and Minami-Tama. Behind the recently-opened temporary track, the old outbound track has already been removed.



Entering the temporary platforms at Minami-Tama Station.



Temporary grade crossing.



Some shots at Minami-Tama, here from the temporary outbound platform.



The passage connecting the station entrance with the temporary outbound platform.



Demolition of old outbound platform. The track has already been removed.



Inside the bridge over the temporary tracks.



They used a portion of the old structure for the temporary bridge.



Between Minami-Tama and Inagi Naganuma. The new elevated structure will be constructed on the other side of the piles.





Approaching Inagi Naganuma, which has also been switched to temporary platforms. The track at center for storage.



Between Inagi Naganuma and Yanokuchi. Here, the elevated structure is beginning to take shape.





Ramping up to the existing elevated track. At right, the old ramp has yet to be removed.



From the outbound platform at Inagi Naganuma Station, towards the east end.



At the other end, parts of the new elevated structure can be seen above the platform.



Old track and platforms have been completely removed in preparation for construction of the new elevated tracks and platforms.



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Keikyū Daishi Line grade-separation (undergrounding)
Source: http://okiraku-goraku.com/

I introduced this project here.

Construction photos (2009.11.27)

Kojima Shinden Station, the terminus of the Daishi Line. They are preparing to lay new track on the right side to convert this station from the current single track to two tracks.



Approaching the platform…



Behind the wall, the new track and the other half of the new island platform are being prepared.



To accommodate the new track and platform, they need to move the existing track and platform north a bit.



Portion of the new track.



Sangyō Dōro Station. This station is being rebuilt as an underground station, so they built temporary platforms a small ways out in order to demolish the old platforms and build the new tracks and portal for the line. This passage stretches a ways down, connecting the existing station entrance with the temporary platforms.



Behind and below the temporary platforms they are working on the underground section.



The site of the old platforms, which have already been removed.



New track…



Other end of the station, towards Higashi-Monzen…

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Old December 19th, 2009, 04:22 AM   #675
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JR East announces details of new Akihabara Station Building
http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/e-japan/tok...OYT8T00158.htm

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On December 11, JR East announced the details of the new station building under construction at the Electric Town Exit of JR Akihabara Station. The railway is aiming to open the new building in November or December of next year.

After seismically retrofitting the former Akihabara Department Store (which closed at the end of 2006) and substantially expanding its floor space, the new building will encompass seven stories on the south side of the Sōbu Line tracks and four stories on the north side. Gross floor area for the new building will be approximately 8,400 sq m, with the facility operated by JR East subsidiary atré. The railway will now work on obtaining a tenant.
The article has a rendering.

Some pictures of the work (2009.12.12):
Source: akibamap.net

South side of the Electric Town Exit.



North side of the Electric Town Exit.





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Old December 19th, 2009, 04:32 AM   #676
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Keikyū Main Line / Airport Line grade-separation (elevation)
Source: http://yayiyuye.cocolog-nifty.com/

Another project I haven’t formally introduced yet. Involves elevation of the Keikyū Main Line and Keikyū Airport Line in the vicinity of Keikyū Kamata Station, eliminating several significant grade crossings and a problematic track layout, improving reliability and flexibility. Specifically, 5.4 km of the Main Line (Heiwajima – Rokugōdote) and 2.1 km of the Airport Line (Keikyū Kamata – Ōtorii) will be elevated. Keikyū Kamata will be rebuilt as a completely elevated station with two track levels.

Construction photos

First, some pictures around Keikyū Kamata Station (2009.11.01):

The grade crossing at National Route 15 just outside Keikyū Kamata Station, on the north side of the crossing. The two-level elevated structure now dominates the view.



From the south side.



Airport Line elevated tracks. Because of the complexity of Keikyū’s service to / from Haneda Airport, with through-service trains from both directions of the Main Line, each level (consisting of a single track) will carry trains in both directions.



Some more recent pics (2009.11.18):
Source: http://localtrip.cocolog-nifty.com/

The Main Line elevated tracks, with a bit of station peeking through.



The Airport Line tracks are at right.



Arched roof.



Further down the Main Line, crossing Kanpachi-dōri. The elevated structure has been painted in Keikyū blue.



Some pics of construction along the Main Line (2009.12.02):
Source: http://okiraku-goraku.com/

Between Heiwajima and Ōmorimachi on the Main Line. Here we dive below the elevated structure under construction. To the right is the temporary ramp down to ground level for the inbound (towards Shinagawa track). Once inbound trains make the switch over to the temporary inbound track, the old inbound track can be removed to make room for a temporary outbound track.



Between Zōshiki and Rokugōdote on the Main Line



Between Kōjiya and Ōtorii on the Airport Line. The ramp up is the inbound track.

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Keiō Line grade-separation (undergrounding)

I introduced this project a while ago here.

Construction photos (2009.11):
Source: http://wporep.blog.so-net.ne.jp/

The activity going on beneath Chōfu Station (2009.11):

Future concourse level



15 m below surface





25 m below surface





A small bit of daylight slips through directly underneath the station.



Entering the tunnel section…



The station will be quadruple-tracked underground, but on two levels—the upper level for outbound trains away from Shinjuku, and the lower level for inbound trains. The station is the junction of the Main Line and Sagamihara Line, so it will be interesting to see as the tunnel connections start to take shape.



The four tunnels were bored using one TBM, 7 m in diameter and weighing 350 tons. Switching the direction of the TBM took four days.









Some videos of the construction work:
http://www.annie.ne.jp/~catch/keio_const.html
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Summary of 13th March 2010 Timetable change

Narita Express:
- More trains will continue to Yokohama, Ofuna, Shinjuku and Takao.
- One new service between Narita Airport and Tokyo.
- All Narita Express trains between Shinagawa and Yokohama will stop at Musashi-Kosugi.

Yokohama Line:
- Rapid services will be increased to three per hour during daytime.
- Increased service during morning peak.

Keio/Musashino Line:
- Increased service during daytime.

Overnight Trains:
- Regular service of Hokuriku and Noto will be cancelled. These trains will still run during peak travel periods.

Source: http://www.jreast.co.jp/press/2009/20091215.pdf
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I've been trying to digest everything the past hour
But, great job Quashlo...

As always a few questions...

Is the track between Yahiro and Yotsugi already grade-seperated on the Oshiage-main line? Is it really worth it to spend billions on all these grade-seperation projects? Looks like Keikyu and Keisei are doing lots of grade-seperation. But to me, quadruple-tracking has so many benefits for the Tokyo area. Because, if you're on any of the local trains, you always have to wait every few stations to wait for the various express trains to pass, it's a pain in the butt, especially seibu-sen.. Also, because Keikyu and Keisei are doing grade-seperation only on certain portions of the lines, will there still be lots of benefits of doing so?

Are they really going to go foward with the quadruple-tracking between mitaka and tachikawa. Is Mitaka-Shinjuku portion already quadruple tracked? And the Keio-line you mentioned, if they really connected it to chuo-line that would be amazing!! Now everybody in the west can go to disneyland and disneysea directly Speaking of which, is there any plans to extend Yurakucho-line or connect it to keio-line, at least up to the disneyland station. Also, can you provide a link to the page where you talk about the sotetsu line being connected to Shinjuku?

Isn't there plans to extend the tamagawa line to Haneda? IF so, that would be mind-blowing. Then possibly, the tokyu, seibu, Tobu, fukutoshin, namboku, meguro, and the mita lines could connect to Haneda, absolutely awesome

Also, don't you think they should extend the monorail to Tokyo station?
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I've been trying to digest everything the past hour
But, great job Quashlo...
Don't thank me... It's really the people who take the photos and post them on their blogs. I just share them here and paraphrase the captions, adding my limited knowledge here and there.

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Is the track between Yahiro and Yotsugi already grade-seperated on the Oshiage-main line? Is it really worth it to spend billions on all these grade-seperation projects? Looks like Keikyu and Keisei are doing lots of grade-seperation.
Yahiro - Yotsugi is the section across the Arakawa River.

As to whether grade-separation is worth it, I think there's a few things we need to keep in mind:

1. The existing network is pretty much built out. At this point, major investment is directed towards improving what's already been built, not building more new stuff. Things like station improvements / redevelopments (e.g., Tōkyō, Yokohama, etc.), connections between existing lines (Tōyoko - Fukutoshin, Sōtetsu - Tōkyū, etc.), quadruple-tracking, and grade-separations all fit the bill.

2. It doesn't really seem like much, but there are benefits to grade-separation. It frees up land, it reconnects neighborhoods, it improves reliability, and eliminates the various issues surrounding grade crossings, such as accidents and suicides.

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Also, because Keikyu and Keisei are doing grade-seperation only on certain portions of the lines, will there still be lots of benefits of doing so?
One step at a time... Much of the network is "legacy" and was built for different purposes and demands at the time. It can't all be converted at once. Plus, these projects are more than just grade-separation, as you can get other major railway-related objectives (barrier-free access, trackside development, etc.) accomplished at the same time you grade-separate the line.

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Speaking of which, is there any plans to extend Yurakucho-line or connect it to keio-line, at least up to the disneyland station.
Actually, MLIT identified a spur off the Yūrakuchō Line as one of the major projects:
Toyosu ↔ Tōyōchō ↔ Sumiyoshi ↔ Oshiage ↔ Yotsugi ↔ Kameari ↔ Noda-shi

Problem is this shares track with the Hanzōmon Line and could oversaturate the network with capacity, cannibalizing off the Jōban Line and Tsukuba Express. That, and Tōkyō Metro says they don't want anything to do with anymore new lines.

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Also, can you provide a link to the page where you talk about the sotetsu line being connected to Shinjuku?
Check the index in the first post of the thread.

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Isn't there plans to extend the tamagawa line to Haneda?
Yes, Kamakama Line (蒲蒲線):
http://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E8%92%...92%B2%E7%B7%9A

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Also, don't you think they should extend the monorail to Tokyo station?
Personally, I think the Asakusa Line Bypass makes more sense, since it fulfills not only the objective of connecting the Shinkansen hub to the Haneda (as a monorail extension would), but also connects Narita to both Tōkyō Station and Haneda.

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