Marunouchi Line 02-102 Korakuen 20100305. The main line is the most frequent subway tokyo subway map english pdf in Tokyo, with trains running at intervals of 1 minute 50 seconds during peak hours.
The Hōnanchō branch switched to driver-only operation in July 2004. Due to the age of the Marunouchi Line and the relative shallowness at which it runs, at several points in central Tokyo trains run at or above ground level. Hōnanchō branch line stations carry the prefix “Mb”, which replaced the previously used lowercase “m” prefix in November 2016. EMUs in service since 1988 together with six three-car sets used on Hōnanchō branch services. All trains are based at Koishikawa and Nakano Depots. A fleet of 53 new six-car trains is scheduled to be introduced from fiscal 2018, replacing the 02 series trains by fiscal 2022.
Yotsuya began construction in 1942, but was abandoned in 1944 as a result of the continuing effects of World War II. Kanda and Ikebukuro, for a total length of 22. On March 30, 1951, a groundbreaking ceremony was held at Ikebukuro Station East Exit to begin construction of the initial 7. The first section was opened between Ikebukuro and Ochanomizu on January 20, 1954. Marunouchi Line on December 27, 2008.
Hōnanchō Branch, are being lengthened to allow six-car trains to use the station, with work starting in 2013. Once completed, this will enable through trains to and from Ikebukuro to start operating all the way to Hōnanchō from fiscal 2017. Retrieved on 17 March 2009. Yokohama Municipal Subway Blue Line symbol.
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