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  1. Odakyu today announced that a new series of rolling stock will be introduced sometime in the current fiscal year. Designated the 5000 series, it will be the first new rolling stock added to the fleet in 12 years. Features include a wide body cross-section, extensive use of glass for airiness, security cameras (first time for Odakyu) and a wheelchair space in each car. No mention of maker, but the artist impression makes it look like a Nippon Sharyo product, particularly around the doors. https://trafficnews.jp/post/85696
  2. Keio Dentetsu has released exterior and interior images of the new rolling stock it will use on reserved seat service to be introduced in the future. The order will be for 5 sets of 10 cars, to be built by J-TREC. Designated the 5000 series, they will begin operations in spring 2018. The seating will be of the rotatable type to match peak/off-peak conditions and reserved seat service. http://www.keio.co.jp/news/update/news_release/news_release2015/nr160316_zasekishiteiressha.pdf earlier thread: http://www.jnsforum.com/community/topic/10046-keio-considering-for-fee-services/?hl=%2Bkeio+%2Bseating&do=findComment&comment=115321
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