These trainsets will be built by Tokyu Car?
Since September 1974, we have been putting up etiquette posters and changing them monthly in order to raise awareness about subway etiquette as well as to provide our passengers with the most pleasant subway experience, September 1974.
The problem, though: only three cable car lines are left, which means reconstructing them with new technologies can not only be very expensive, but also impractical to use. It's like saying, "we can rebuild the railways now, but we have to modernize it and have to go through the trouble of environmental reviews, resident surveys, etc." Plus, the current cable car network is expensive to maintain, especially some of them are way beyond their useful lifespans.This is what cable cars are for.
Question: If I buy a Tokyo Metro open ticket and ride past Shibuya on the Fukutoshin/Toyoko Lines to change to the Hibiya Line at Naka-Meguro, am I cheating on fares?
Since I won't pass a ticket gate at all during this...
Yes, yes, you can do this. I've done this, especially when wanting to get to the Baird Nakameguro Taproom from Ikebukuro, Shinjuku, or Shibuya. :yes:Technically yes, but since you will be transferring to the Hibiya Line at Nakameguro, it's doable without any fuss.