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  1. Sunday Feb. 21 saw the introduction in regular service of the Tokyo Metro 17000 series. These will be used on the Yurakucho and Fukutoshin Lines. These are planned to replace the remaining 7000 series trainsets by 2022. Media report: Railfan video, including a ride to Wakoshi:
  2. Really just a re-branding of existing services using the Fukutoshin line for through running, but intended to be easier to understand for passengers, given the different train designations attached to a train as it passes through each railway. Began running under this monicker from the March 26 timetable revision. http://www.tobu.co.jp/file/pdf/3d2881ee48143e73f17131401fbfdbfd/151218-4.pdf?date=20151218192334 *the "F" stands for "fast", "five", and "Fukutoshin"
  3. 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
  4. 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, was stopped for about 5 minutes before proceeding at reduced speed until Ikebukuro- I could see the tail end of the local train a few signal blocks ahead (signals on this stretch are three aspect), which was slowing us down. At Ikebukuro Station, I snapped a pic of the display showing the delays on the Tokyo Metro network:
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