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Tama Toshi Monorail Line

Tama Toshi Monorail Line
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Overview
Type straddle-beam Monorail
System Tama Toshi Monorail
Status Operating
Locale Western Tokyo, Japan
Termini Kamikitadai
Tama-Center
Stations 19
Services 1
Daily ridership 120,494
Website www.tama-monorail.co.jp
Operation
Opening 1998
Owner Tokyo Tama Intercity Monorail Co., Ltd.
Rolling stock Tama Toshi Monorail 1000 series
Technical
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Electrification 1500 V DC
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The Tama Toshi Monorail Line (多摩都市モノレール線 Tamatoshi Monorēru-sen?), also referred to as the Tama Monorail, is an important part of the Western Tokyo public transport network.

Operated by Tokyo Tama Intercity Monorail Co., Ltd., the double tracked, 16.0 km monorail line carries passengers between the suburban cities of Higashiyamato and Tama via Tachikawa, Hino, and Hachiōji in 36 minutes. The first section, from Kamikitadai to Tachikawa-Kita, opened in 1998, with the second section to Tama-Center opened in 2000. Large deficits from construction have caused the corporation to become insolvent.[1]

Tachikawa-Kita, Tachikawa-Minami, and Tama-Center stations are the most important stations, enabling transfer at Tachikawa to JR East's Chūō Main Line and at Tama-Center to the Odakyū Tama Line and Keiō Sagamihara Line.

Stations

All stations located in Tokyo. Most stations have an associated shape/image (as seen in the leftmost column of the table below).

Station Japanese Distance (km) Transfer Location
Between
stations
Total Minutes
24px Kamikitadai 上北台 - 0.0 0   Higashiyamato
24px Sakura-Kaidō 桜街道 0.7 0.7 2  
Tamagawa-Jōsui 玉川上水 0.8 1.5 4 Seibu Railway: Seibu Haijima Line
Sunagawa-Nanaban 砂川七番 1.0 2.5 6   Tachikawa
24px Izumi-Taiikukan 泉体育館 0.5 3.0 7  
24px Tachihi 立飛 0.6 3.6 9  
24px Takamatsu 高松 0.7 4.2 10  
24px Tachikawa-Kita 立川北 1.2 5.4 13 JR East: Chūō Main Line, Ōme Line, Nambu Line (Tachikawa)
24px Tachikawa-Minami 立川南 0.4 5.8 14
Shibasaki-Taiikukan 柴崎体育館 0.7 6.5 16  
24px Kōshū-Kaidō 甲州街道 1.5 8.0 19   Hino
24px Manganji 万願寺 1.3 9.3 21  
Takahatafudō 高幡不動 1.2 10.5 24 Keio Corporation: Keiō Line, Keio Dobutsuen Line
Hodokubo 程久保 0.8 11.3 26  
24px Tama-Dōbutsukōen 多摩動物公園 1.0 12.3 28 Keio Corporation: Keio Dobutsuen Line
24px Chūō-Daigaku-Meisei-Daigaku 中央大学・明星大学 1.1 13.4 30   Hachiōji
24px Ōtsuka Teikyo-Daigaku 大塚・帝京大学 0.9 14.3 32  
24px Matsugaya 松が谷 0.8 15.1 34  
24px Tama-Center 多摩センター 0.9 16.0 36 Keio Corporation: Keio Sagamihara Line (Keio-Tama-Center)
Odakyu Electric Railway: Odakyu Tama Line (Odakyu-Tama-Center)
Tama

See also

References

  1. ^ According to the official settlement report on March 31, 2006, its assets total ¥20.5 billion, while its accumulated income (or rather, liability) is -¥22.8 billion, meaning the latter exceeds the former by ¥2.2 billion. In other words, the company is now in insolvency. This does not mean, however, the company is already bankrupt.

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