Bandai-bashi Line (BRT)
Overview
OperatorNiigata Kotsu
Began serviceSeptember 5, 2015
Route
LocaleNiigata
StartNiigata Station
ViaBandai Bridge Furumachi
EndAoyama[1]
Length7 km
Service
FrequencyWeekdays: every 3-10 mins Weekends: every 10 mins
Journey time30 minutes
Operates5:45 am - 12:00 am
Ridership9,222 (May 2018)
TimetableWeekdays (2018.3-)
Weekends (2018.3-)
Route map

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Bandai-bashi Line (萬代橋ライン) is a bus line in Niigata, Niigata Prefecture, Japan. It is operated by Niigata Kotsu, and called BRT.

List of stops

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As of April 2018, the following stops are available.[2]

No. Name Japanese Rapid Surrounding area Coordinates
(for Aoyama)
01 Niigata-eki-mae [Niigata Sta.] 新潟駅前 Niigata Station 37°54′47.4″N 139°3′39.3″E / 37.913167°N 139.060917°E / 37.913167; 139.060917 (01. Niigata-eki-mae)
02 Ekimae-dori 駅前通 | 37°54′56.1″N 139°3′34.1″E / 37.915583°N 139.059472°E / 37.915583; 139.059472 (02. Ekimae-dori)
03 Bandai City 万代シテイ Bandai shopping district, Niigata Nippo Media Ship 37°55′3.9″N 139°3′24.1″E / 37.917750°N 139.056694°E / 37.917750; 139.056694 (03. Bandai City)
04 Ishizue-cho 礎町 | 37°55′15.1″N 139°3′2.3″E / 37.920861°N 139.050639°E / 37.920861; 139.050639 (04. Ishizue-cho)
05 Honcho 本町 37°55′16.9″N 139°2′51.3″E / 37.921361°N 139.047583°E / 37.921361; 139.047583 (05. Honcho)
06 Furumachi 古町 Furumachi shopping district, Next21 37°55′19.5″N 139°2′36.1″E / 37.922083°N 139.043361°E / 37.922083; 139.043361 (06. Furumachi)
07 Higashinaka-dori 東中通 | 37°55′14.7″N 139°2′24.4″E / 37.920750°N 139.040111°E / 37.920750; 139.040111 (07. Higashinaka-dori)
08 Shiyakusyo-mae [City Office] 市役所前 Niigata City Office, Hakusan Park 37°54′55.4″N 139°2′9.7″E / 37.915389°N 139.036028°E / 37.915389; 139.036028 (08. Shiyakusyo-mae)
09 Hakusan-ura 白山浦 | 37°54′51.3″N 139°1′57.5″E / 37.914250°N 139.032639°E / 37.914250; 139.032639 (09. Hakusan-ura)
10 Hakusan-eki-mae [Hakusan Sta.] 白山駅前 | Hakusan Station 37°54′44.6″N 139°1′50″E / 37.912389°N 139.03056°E / 37.912389; 139.03056 (10. Hakusan-eki-mae)
11 Koko-dori 高校通 | 37°54′38.1″N 139°1′34.3″E / 37.910583°N 139.026194°E / 37.910583; 139.026194 (11. Koko-dori)
12 Miyamae-dori 宮前通 | 37°54′32.4″N 139°1′24.1″E / 37.909000°N 139.023361°E / 37.909000; 139.023361 (12. Miyamae-dori)
13 Daiichi-Koko-mae [Niigata Daiichi High School] 第一高校前 Sekiya Station 37°54′18.9″N 139°1′6.9″E / 37.905250°N 139.018583°E / 37.905250; 139.018583 (13. Daiichi-Koko-mae)
14 Higashi-sekiya 東関屋 | 37°54′8.8″N 139°0′55.1″E / 37.902444°N 139.015306°E / 37.902444; 139.015306 (14. Higashi-sekiya)
15 Sekiyaokawa-mae 関屋大川前 | 37°54′2.6″N 139°0′50.4″E / 37.900722°N 139.014000°E / 37.900722; 139.014000 (15. Sekiyaokawa-mae)
16 Aoyama 青山 Aeon Shopping Center, Aoyama Station 37°53′48.3″N 139°0′20.6″E / 37.896750°N 139.005722°E / 37.896750; 139.005722 (16. Aoyama)
Articulated bus at Furumachi, March 2017
Articulated bus at Furumachi, March 2017
Niigata-eki-mae
Niigata-eki-mae

References

  1. ^ "BRT Pamph 3 - Niigata City" (PDF).
  2. ^ "RouteMap (Central Niigata) - Niigata Kotsu (2018.3)" (PDF).