2 word for those maps: Holy shit. That is all.
lol yeah i think Greater Tokyo is Tokyo and Yokohama put together :nuts:Impressive. But isn't Greater Tokyo like two massive cities put together? And isn't the whole system privatised? If so, what government regulations are there? And how the hell do they build it so quickly?!? *Culture shock*
Probably cause Japan is so dense! I'm wondering if the country will one day become one massive city. Doubtful though since the population is on the decline.lol yeah i think Greater Tokyo is Tokyo and Yokohama put together :nuts:
Somebody knows about this trains in Buenos Aires Subway (local name "Subte"), who has built these trains.
Line B, EX-Eidan Marunouchi Line Series 500
and the last i know was made in japan (toshiba), actualy in use in suburban railways (TBA and Metrovias)
I was too lazy to answer that. It was burningbaka who kindly listed the lines.I've asked someone before (I think it was you.)
Listing from the most realistic to the least;Are there still lines being built
That's harder to say, as the definition of Greater Tokyo varies between people. My take adds up to 2531.9 km, but it's just how _I_ would define the area. (If you include 6 new lines in the category 1 and 2, make it 2577.3 km.)if you also know the new total mileage of the entire Greater Tokyo Urban Railway Network, please PM me about that, too.