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Tokyo Metro and Toei Subway own or use the following types of rolling stock.

Tokyo Metro

Ginza Line

Trains on the Ginza Line run in three-door six-car formations with no through trains into other suburban rail lines in Greater Tokyo.

Present

Former

Marunouchi Line

Trains on the Marunouchi Line run in three-door six-car formations with no through trains into other suburban rail lines in Greater Tokyo.

Present

Former

Hibiya Line

Hibiya Line trains are 20 m long 7-car formations, with four doors per side. Tokyu Corporation formerly operated trains from the Tokyu Toyoko Line into the Hibiya Line from 1964 until 2013, when through-services between the Toyoko Line and the Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line commenced operations.

Present

Tokyo Metro

Tobu Railway

Former

TRTA/Tokyo Metro

Tobu Railway

Tōzai Line

Tōzai Line trains are 20 m long 10-car formations, with four doors per side and longitudinal seating. The maximum operating speed is 100 km/h.

Present

Tokyo Metro

Tōyō Rapid Railway

East Japan Railway Company (JR East)

Former

TRTA/Tokyo Metro

JNR/JR East

Tōyō Rapid

Chiyoda Line

Chiyoda Line trains are 20 m long 10-car formations, with four doors per side and longitudinal seating. Kita-Ayase Branch service trains run in three-car formations.

Present

Tokyo Metro

Odakyu Electric Railway

JR East

Former

TRTA/Tokyo Metro

Odakyu

JNR/JR East

Yūrakuchō/Fukutoshin Lines

Yūrakuchō/Fukutoshin Line trains are 20 m long 10-car (8-car for some Fukutoshin Line trains) formations, with four doors per side and longitudinal seating.

Present

Tokyo Metro

Tobu Railway

Seibu Railway

Tokyu Corporation and Yokohama Minatomirai Railway (Fukutoshin Line only)

Former

TRTA/Tokyo Metro

Odakyu Electric Railway (Yūrakuchō Line only)

Hanzōmon Line

Hanzōmon Line trains are 20 m long 10-car formations, with four doors per side and longitudinal seating.

Present

Tokyo Metro

Tokyu Corporation

Tobu Railway

Former

Tokyu Corporation

Namboku Line

Namboku Line trains are 20 m long 6-car formations, with four doors per side.

Present

Tokyo Metro

Saitama Rapid Railway

Tokyu Corporation

Toei Subway

Toei Asakusa Line

Toei Asakusa Line trains are 18 m long 8-car formations, with three doors per side. They are also of standard gauge (1435mm) as opposed to the 1067mm gauge used on most Japanese rail lines.

Present

Toei

Keisei Electric Railway, Hokusō Railway, Chiba New Town Railway and Shibayama Railway

Keikyu Corporation

Former

Toei

Keisei Electric Railway, Hokusō Railway, Chiba New Town Railway and Shibayama Railway

Keikyu Corporation

Toei Mita Line

Toei Mita Line trains are 20 m long 6-car formations with four doors per side.

Present

Toei

Tokyu Corporation

Former

Toei

Future

Toei

Toei Shinjuku Line

Toei Shinjuku Line trains operate in 20 m long 8/10-car formations and have four doors per side. They also use a 1372mm track gauge.

Present

Toei

Keio Corporation

Former

Toei

Keio Corporation

Toei Ōedo Line

See also

References

  1. ^ 東京を走り33年…地下鉄銀座線01系が営業運転終了 12日ラストラン [Tokyo Metro Ginza Line 01 series ends revenue service after running in Tokyo for 33 years - Final run on 12 March]. Iza (in Japanese). Japan: Sankei Digital Inc. 10 March 2017. Archived from the original on 11 March 2017. Retrieved 11 March 2017.
  2. ^ Tokyo Metro news release: 環境配慮型の新型車両16000系 千代田線に導入決定!! (Environmentally friendly new 16000 series trains to be introduced on Chiyoda Line), (21 December 2009). Retrieved 22 December 2009. (in Japanese)
  3. ^ "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2007-02-07. Retrieved 2007-05-22.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  4. ^ "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2007-02-18. Retrieved 2007-10-20.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  5. ^ 203系が営業運転から離脱 [203 series withdrawn from revenue service]. Japan Railfan Magazine Online (in Japanese). Japan: Koyusha Co., Ltd. 28 September 2011. Retrieved 28 September 2011.