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  1. Did anyone post this yet? http://en.rocketnews24.com/2014/09/07/the-most-crowded-train-lines-during-rush-hour-in-tokyo-osaka-and-nagoya-are/ Pretty interesting, data is apparently from MLIT, so I think it's trustworthy. I never lived in Kanto, so the figures for those lines don't mean a lot to me, other than explaining why JR East buys so many new trains . The figures for Osaka and Nagoya, however, help me picture train interiors, platforms, and seas of people at the gates :). The private railways really take the prize in Osaka, and in Nagoya, the municipal subway system appears
  2. This is a promo for the upcoming through service on the Tokyu Toyoko Line via the new underground Shibuya Station. *h/t to quashlo at SSC
  3. I was in Tokyo this past weekend for a short spring holiday. Monday was my last day, intended on railfanning the inner end of the Tobu Tojo Line , but my plans were thwarted by a jumper(?) at Tsunashima Station on the Toyoko Line. This resulted in widespread disruption during the AM hours- all through operations via the Fukutoshin Line were suspended, also affecting the Tobu Tojo Line past Wako-Shi, as well as the Yurakucho Line and the Seibu Ikebukuro Line. I was on an express from Tokorozawa bound for Seibu Ikebukuro, the train was checked by a red signal somewhere around Nerima Station,
  4. Yesterday. Combined delivery of a Tokyo Metro 1000 series for the Ginza Line and a DD60 diesel locomotive for the Kanagawa Rinkai Railway.
  5. Once again, a two hour quiz/information show will air this evening (Saturday) on Fuji TV from 7pm. The subject will be shinkansen and subways. There should be a few good segments in it, if past episodes are considered- "behind the scenes" maintenance of E6 shinkansen trainsets, delivery of new Tokyo Metro rolling stock, etc. preview clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ms7-iUsoolk&list=PLh4aJSJaObrZ0eMg4lpw_rgfvyInTHPKA *I viewed an interview with the producer of this program, and he mentioned a segment about the 20 year interval comprehensive inspection/maintenance of subway t
  6. Keio, Tokyu, Seibu and Tokyo Metro now number there stations and I have issued revised route maps. Tokyu has a PDF map showing station numbers.There is an interactive version of this map on the Japanese language Tokyu web site that links through to station information pages. This version of the map is not on the English language Tokyu web page and I just happened to stumble upon it. The Tokyu map shows the name and color of Tokyo Metro through routings, something that is rare. PDF version http://www.tokyu.co.jp/railway/menu/rosen-web080602.pdf Interactive version http://www.toky
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