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Old March 6th, 2014, 03:18 AM   #6821
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Yep, if it was in Norway it would be called cheesy. Glad it isn't.
I also like the exterior of the design. Nice to see something different also.
I got the feeling that the one side looks a bit wider due to the split in the windows.
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Old March 6th, 2014, 05:28 AM   #6822
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I haven't found any end design with a door in it to be attractive...

These are for emergency egress in the subway itself, correct?

It would be nice to see someone design something a bit more daring, but I'm not holding my breath...
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Old March 6th, 2014, 07:20 AM   #6823
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These are for emergency egress in the subway itself, correct?
Yes. But if there's space in the tunnels to allow passengers to evacuate the train via the regular doors, the doors can be omitted.

Regarding trains with these types of doors, I can sort of understand, as I’m not especially fond of the older rolling stock with these doors. They usually didn’t try very hard to conceal it… The entire thing just hangs out there for everyone to see—covering / bellows, gangway, and everything else. These older trains have gradually been disappearing due to age and, in Tōkyō, the move towards fixed 10-car formations.

It all comes down to taste, but I quite like some of the modern designs… They’re usually cleaner aesthetically now, and the door blends in so you don’t really notice it.
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Old March 6th, 2014, 07:21 AM   #6824
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Some commuter EMU examples:

Tōkyō Metro 16000 series (Chiyoda Line)


http://www.tokyometro.jp/enjoy/wallp...ain/index.html

Ōsaka Municipal Subway 30000 series (Tanimachi Line)


http://minkara.carview.co.jp/en/user...957/photo.aspx

Tōbu 50000 series


http://chachapi.way-nifty.com/weblog...post-02b4.html

Keihan 3000 series


http://blog.livedoor.jp/hobiron/archives/52394972.html
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Limited express examples… They have a bit more liberty with these designs.

Odakyū 60000 series MSE (Chiyoda Line)
This one has both center and offset doors.


http://www.jobanline.net/desktop/desktop2.shtml


http://tutuyayaya.exblog.jp/20343395/

Kintetsu 22600 series ACE


http://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/fumidenkiya97/7971165.html

Kintetsu 50000 series Shimakaze


http://blogs.yahoo.co.jp/yo1414na/61815087.html

JR East E259 series Narita Express


http://jalana.sakura.ne.jp/wp/?p=623
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Holy ****!!

I did NOT know that the Shimakaze or the E259 had end-doors. Seems obvious in retrospect-I've seen E259 sets coupled before.
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My favourite: E233-2000 and brother.




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Old March 6th, 2014, 07:10 PM   #6829
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Renovation to begin for Ibaraki Station
立命館大キャンパス開設…JR茨木駅整備へ

http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/kyoiku/news...OYT8T00462.htm

JR West and Ibaraki City (茨木市) will break ground on renovations to the station building and surrounding area at JR Ibaraki Station, which is expected to see an increase in ridership with the opening next spring of Ritsumeikan University’s new campus.

JR West will install escalators and renovate the restrooms and retail spaces, while the city will expand the bus and taxi zones on the east side of the station and construct a second-level plaza.

According to JR West, the station recorded 44,319 average daily boardings in FY2012, making it the fourth busiest station on the JR Kyōto Line after Ōsaka, Kyōto, and Takatsuki. With the opening of the new Ritsumeikan University campus, Ibaraki City expects that ridership will increase by about 2,000 daily boardings.

With JR West’s improvements to the station building, the station will see its first escalators, five total, connecting the ticketing level (2F) with the platform level (1F). The concourse area around the faregates and the station’s restrooms will be renovated, and the retail space, currently housing a travel agency and other tenants on the station’s second floor, will be expanded from the current 300 sq m to 1,100 sq m.

JR West will bear one-third of the cost of the improvements, excluding the expanded retail space, which will be covered independently by the railway. The remaining two-thirds of the cost will be covered with funds from the national government and other sources.

The new 2,600 sq m station plaza to be constructed by the city at the cost of approx. ¥2 billion will be semi-circular in shape, with columns and other features painted primarily in white. A small 230 sq m event space, as well as landscaping and other features are also envisioned for the plaza. Currently, there are only stairwells and one escalator, but the city will install three new escalators. Completion is scheduled for March of next year, in the hopes of creating a new gateway to the city.

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http://www.westjr.co.jp/press/articl...page_5224.html
http://www.city.ibaraki.osaka.jp/kik...472948859.html

Improvements to the station plaza:






1F



2F



Modified station layout

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Aonami Line to get express services for Legoland opening
あおなみ線で直通列車運行へ 名古屋市

http://news24.jp/nnn/news86218144.html

On 2014.03.05, it was revealed that Nagoya City is considering operating express services on the Aonami Line connecting Nagoya Station with Kinjō Futō (金城ふ頭) Station. The news was announced at the general Q&A session of the City Council meeting held on this day.

Currently, the Aonami is operated with local, all-stop services every 10 to 15 minutes, connecting Nagoya and Kinjō Futō. With the upcoming opening of Legoland at Kinjō Futō Station, however, Nagoya City is looking to add express services without decreasing service to smaller stations. The express services would shave about 7 minutes off travel time compared to locals, connecting Nagoya and Kinjō Futō in 17 minutes.

The theme park is scheduled to open in 2 years.

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Good news, and glad to see the Aonami Line getting some attention… Of course, it helps that things are finally moving in some of the redevelopment areas along the line. I would imagine the opening of the JR Central railway museum a few years ago has also been a huge boon for the line.

Cab view from Nagoya to Kinjō Futō:

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Station numbering is continuing to make headways, and two of smaller railways will be joining the bandwagon…

First, Tōyō Rapid Railway (東葉高速鉄道) in the Tōkyō area will adopt the system starting 2014.03.15, using code “TR”. Numbering will start at Nishi-Funabashi (TR01) and end at Tōyō Katsutadai (TR09).
http://response.jp/article/2014/03/04/218437.html



In the Kansai region, Kōbe Electric Railway (神戸電鉄) will complete its adoption of station numbering by 2014.04.01. Alphabet code will be “KB”. General numbering will be as follows:

Arima Line / Kōbe Rapid Line:
Shin-Kaichi: KB01 (shared with HS36 for the Hanshin Electric Railway)
Suzurandai: KB06
Tanigami: KB10 (shared with the S01 for the Kōbe Municipal Subway / Hokushin Express Electric Railway)
Arima-guchi: KB15
Arima Onsen (KB16)

Sanda Line:
Gosha: KB21
Sanda: KB29

Kōen Toshi (Park City) Line:
Flower Town: KB31
Woody Town Chūō: KB33

Aioi Line:
Suzurandai Nishiguchi: KB41
Aioi: KB59

http://response.jp/article/2014/03/04/218429.html

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My final set of photos for this trip. This trip took me mostly on the Chuo line out to eastern Tokyo. Also stopped by Tama Center on the monorail. Took the Keio line back into Tokyo. So here we go:

Chuo-sen at Kichijoji



This station has improved quite a lot since I was last here in 2010. Big improvement (though not quite completed yet).



JR Hachioji.





The exterior of the station. I quite liked Hachioji. It's my second time out to here and I am always impressed with the amenities the suburb has. It's almost like a fully self-contained city.



Keio Hachioji.





Kitano station (to change from the hachioji spur to the Keio Takao Line





As you can see, there were problems with high winds on the line so there were a few delays (due to problems with the overhead wires).



Takaosanguchi station. Best access to Mt. Takao in Tokyo.





The funicular railway up Mt Takao (Takaotozan Railway).



A relatively quiet Keio Line train at Takaosanguchi station:



Takahatafudo station as an interchange to the Tama Monorail



The Tama Monorail



Tama Center Station (sorry, it was night time so it was difficult to photograph). The Odakyu line station looked nicer than the Keio half of the station.







The terminal at Shinjuku. This was VERY busy despite being out of rush hour.







And that's it! Hope you liked the photos. They're not great quality, but it gives a bit of an impression of some of our trip in Tokyo (not all of my photos have been shown here as I didn't want to completely swamp the thread).

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Kumamoto IC card to debut on 2014.03.28
熊本市電ICカード、3月28日から運用開始

http://response.jp/article/2014/03/06/218617.html

On 2014.03.06, the Kumamoto City Transportation Bureau (熊本市交通局) announced that it would roll-out its new DenDen nimoca IC card system for the city-operated tram network on 2014.03.28.

The smartcard system is based on the nimoca IC card system used by Nishi-Nippon Railroad (Nishitetsu). The system is one-way compatible with other IC card systems participating in nationwide interoperability, and holders of nimoca card, JR Kyūshū’s SUGOCA card, the Fukuoka City Subway’s Hayakaken card, JR East’s Suica card, or other six other nationwide cards will be able to use them for fare payment anywhere DenDen nimoca is accepted.

Starting with the launch on 2014.03.28, the cards will be available for purchase inside trams, as well as at the Transportation Bureau’s office.

The card will feature a dual points system—riders will be rewarded “Ride Points” based on how much money they’ve spent on tram fares, as well as “Bonus Points” based on how much they use in a single month. The accrual rate for Ride Points is 2% of the total value of fares, while Bonus Points are issued in stages (50 points after spending ¥2,000, 100 points after spending ¥4,000, 150 points after spending ¥6,000, 200 points after spending ¥8,000, and 250 points after spending ¥10,000).

Each point has the equivalent value of ¥1, and can be used to charge your card with additional value using the fareboxes inside trams, as well as the Transportation Bureau’s office.

The card will begin offering commuter pass functionality sometime in FY2014.

Standard card



Commemorative card for the collectors



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New card readers installed on the city’s trams:

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Kintetsu completes Japan’s tallest skyscraper
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-0...kyscraper.html

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Japan’s tallest building will open tomorrow in Osaka, as Asia’s third-biggest metropolitan economy aims to lure tourists and stem businesses from moving to Tokyo.

Kintetsu Corp. (9041), one of the main rail operators in western Japan, spent 130 billion yen ($1.3 billion) and four years constructing the 300-meter (984-foot) Abeno Harukas skyscraper, according to the Osaka-based company. It will surpass the 296-meter Landmark Tower in Yokohama, about 20 miles south of central Tokyo.

The new 60-floor complex, which includes a Marriott International Inc. (MAR) hotel, and a separate proposal for a 500 billion-yen casino resort are the latest attempts to bolster the city’s economy. Rather than tall towers, the metro area of 11 million people may need business zones with fewer regulations, according to Rakuten Securities Economic Research Institute.



Japan’s dependence on commuting by trains in major cities has ensured profits for rail operators, allowing them to finance large-scale infrastructure projects and enabling Kintetsu to build Abeno Harukas.

Tobu Railway Co. (9001) completed the Tokyo Skytree in 2012, financing the project itself. Last year, a new shopping and office complex opened in the north of Osaka next to West Japan Railway Co. (9021)’s main station, featuring four new towers ranging from 33 to 48 stories and 6 million square feet (557,000 square meters) of space.

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Basically, we have two of the highest-profile development projects over the last two years coming from the two largest private railways (in terms of network length)… In the pipeline, of course, there’s also the Shibuya developments by Tōkyū, and all the stuff around Nagoya Station. Hopefully, this will turn out a big positive for Kintetsu and Ōsaka.

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In related news, earlier this month on 2014.03.01, Hankai Tramway also began operating its new Sakai Tram LRV directly to the terminal at Tennōji, right next to Abeno Harukas. If you remember, the LRV first debuted in August 2013 on the route between Abiko-michi (我孫子道) and Hamadera-ekimae (浜寺駅前), and the railway had been working on upgrades to platforms on the remaining 6 km north from Abiko-michi to Tennōji in preparation for the opening of the new building.



Ōsaka City is also looking at plans to extend the tram north through Tennōji Zoo to Namba, which should further anchor this neighborhood as a new hub of activity for Ōsaka. While Tennōji / Abenobashi is one of the major railways terminals for Ōsaka, the neighborhood itself wasn’t as well established as Namba or Umeda. There’s been so much change over the last few years, particularly with Abeno Harukas and the earlier opening of the huge retail development by Tōkyū Land across the street.

There’s also a plan to do trackway greening for the Hankai Tramway near Tennōji / Abeno (it’s actually one part of the whole area redevelopment). The tracks will be moved to the west as part of the road widening, and that’s when they’ll put the greening in.
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Yokohama Municipal Subway Blue Line to get express services
市営地下鉄ブルーラインに「急行」、来年7月導入/横浜

http://news.kanaloco.jp/localnews/article/1403060039/

On 2014.03.06, it was revealed that the Yokohama City Transportation Bureau (横浜市交通局) intends to inaugurate express (急行) on the Municipal Subway Blue Line starting in July 2015.

According to the Bureau, the city has been investigating the possibility of operating express service on the line since FY2012, and has included about ¥146 million in its FY2014 budget for modifications to infrastructure and facilities to accommodate express service on the line. The service would reduce travel times, increasing convenience, capturing new ridership demand, and increasing the subway’s overall revenues.

According to a Transportation Bureau spokesperson, express service is planned for the 10:00 am to 4:00 pm window on weekedays, weekends, and holidays, operating on a 2 tph schedule. The expresses would save 10 minutes total over the full length of the line between Shōnandai (湘南台) and Azamino (あざみ野). Station stops on the express services will be determined after considering factors such as transfers with other railway operators. The Bureau will confirm the safety of express operations on the line in FY2014 and debut the new schedule on July 2015.

The Blue Line currently stretches 40.4 km between Shōnandai in Fujisawa City and Azamino in Aoba Ward, Yokohama City. Local (all-stop) trains currently take 1h 6m to traverse the line one-way.

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Some recent Suica stats (2014.01):
http://www.jreast.co.jp/press/2013/20140304.pdf

Cards issued: 45.57 million (e-money compatible: 43.33 million)
Mobile Suica membership: 3.30 million
Suica Points Club membership: 1.79 million

Stores accepting Suica e-money: 244,960
Record high daily e-money transactions: 4.06 million (2013.07.12)
Record high monthly e-money transactions: 104.35 million (2013.07)
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Some recent racing…

San’yō Electric Railway 5030 series vs. JR West 223 series rapid (6+6 formation), Maiko Kōen to Akashi:



JR East E233 series (Tōkaidō Line) vs. JR East E233 series (Keihin – Tōhoku Line) vs. JR East E217 series (4+11 formation), Kawasaki to Yokohama:



JR East E233 series (Utsunomyia Line) vs. JR East E233 series (Shōnan–Shinjuku Line), Ōmiya to Akabane.
I suppose parallel running here got more interesting after Shōnan–Shinjuku Line trains also began stopping at Urawa last year. The real racing begins around 4:30.

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Good news about the blue line in Yokohama. I would imagine the ridership of the blue line is more focused on central Yokohama thus making express services far more desirable.
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Will be interesting how they work out a schedule incorporating express services, given that the Blue Line was not originally designed to support such services. It helps the off-peak services run at relatively relaxed 7~8 min. headways. There are only two stations, Nippa (3 tracks) and Kaminagaya (4 tracks) that have tracks that can be used as passing loops- they now function as "out of service" tracks for originating/terminating services as they connect with rolling stock depots, located nearby.
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