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Tram transport in Japan

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 28. Chapters: Hiroshima Electric Railway, Hiroshima Rapid Transit, Meitetsu Group, Tram vehicles of Japan, Tokyo Toden, List of town tramway systems in Japan, Combino, Toden Arakawa Line, Sapporo Streetcar, Toyama Light Rail Toyamako... Viac o knihe

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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 28. Chapters: Hiroshima Electric Railway, Hiroshima Rapid Transit, Meitetsu Group, Tram vehicles of Japan, Tokyo Toden, List of town tramway systems in Japan, Combino, Toden Arakawa Line, Sapporo Streetcar, Toyama Light Rail Toyamako Line, Green Mover Max, Astram Line, Meiji Mura, Iyo Railway, Toyama Chiho Railway, Hankai Uemachi Line, Nagasaki Electric Tramway, Tokyu Setagaya Line, Hokuriku Railroad, Tosa Electric Railway, Enoshima Electric Railway, Okayama Electric Tramway, Hakodate Transportation Bureau, Oigawa Railway, Little Dancer, Kagoshima City Transportation Bureau, Chikuho Electric Railroad Line, Kumamoto City Transportation Bureau, Meitetsu Bus, Shinhotaka Ropeway, Hankai Line, Toyohashi Railroad, Komagatake Ropeway, Hankai Tramway. Excerpt: The Tokyo Toden Tokyo Toden) or simply Toden, is the streetcar network of Tokyo, Japan. Of all its former routes, only one, the Toden Arakawa Line, remains in service. The Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation operates the Toden. The formal legal name is Tokyo-to Densha. Its nickname, "Toden," distinguished it from the "Kokuden" (electrified lines of the Japanese National Railways). At its peak, the Toden system boasted 41 routes with 213 kilometers of track. However, the increase in reliance on automobile traffic resulted in reductions in ridership, and from 1967 to 1972, 181 km of track were abandoned as the Bureau changed its emphasis to bus and subway modes of transportation. This is the list of former lines, listed according to their official names. Correspnding routes are those of 1962. The first section of the lines opened in the listed opening years, while the last section of the lines closed in the listed closing years. Ueno-Ekimae - Honjo-Azumabashi1904 - 1972 Shimbashi - Sudacho1903 - 1971 Mita - Shimbashi1903 - 1969 Kaminarimon - Asakusabashi1904 - 1971 Asakusabashi - Marunouchi-Itchome1904 - 1971 Kita-Shinagawa - Mita1903 - 1967Trains from the Keihin Electric Railway (the current Keihin Electric Express Railway) directly entered a section from Shinagawa Station to Kita-Shinagawa Station. Sudacho - Ueno-Ekimae1903 - 1972 Miyakezaka - Shibuya-EkimaeCirca 1904 - 1968 Hanzomon - KudanshitaCirca 1905 - 1963 Otemachi - EitaibashiCirca 1904 - 1972 Kudanshita - WasedaCirca 1905 - 1968 Ningyocho - RyogokuCirca 1904 - 1944 Hibiya-Koen - Hanzomon1903 - 1968 Circa Sudacho - Hakusan-ue1904 - 1971 Miharabashi - HoraibashiCirca 1904 - circa 1909 Circa 1905 - 1970 Hibiya-Koen - Ogawamachi1903 - 1968 Bunkyo-Kuyakusho-mae - Ueno-HirokojiCirca 1904 - 1971 Ryogoku-Nichome - KinshiboriCirca 1905 - 1972 Ogawamachi - KudanshitaCirca 1904 - 1970 Mita - Hibiya-KoenCirca 1904 - 1968 Midoricho-Itchome - FukujimbashiNarihirabashi - Asakusa-Ekimae (the current Tobu Narihiraba

  • Vydavateľstvo: Books LLC, Reference Series
  • Rok vydania: 2012
  • Formát: Paperback
  • Rozmer: 260 x 195 mm
  • Jazyk: Anglický jazyk
  • ISBN: 9781155967899

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