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Tokyo subway rolling stock

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

Contents

  • Current 1
  • Former rolling stock 2
  • Line-by-line lists for Tokyo Metro 3
    • Hibiya Line 3.1
    • Tōzai Line 3.2
      • Present 3.2.1
      • Past 3.2.2
    • Chiyoda Line 3.3
    • Hanzōmon Line 3.4
    • Namboku Line 3.5
    • Yūrakuchō/Fukutoshin Lines 3.6
    • Ginza/Marunouchi Lines 3.7
      • Ginza Line 3.7.1
      • Marunouchi Line 3.7.2
  • Line-by-line list for Toei Subway 4
    • Asakusa Line 4.1
      • Present 4.1.1
      • Past 4.1.2
    • Mita Line 4.2
      • Present 4.2.1
      • Past 4.2.2
    • Shinjuku Line 4.3
    • Ōedo Line 4.4
  • See also 5
  • References 6

Current

Version number Lines of operation Gauge In service Number of cars built Photo
Tokyo Metro 01 series Ginza Line 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in) 1983-2015 228
Tokyo Metro 02 series Marunouchi Line 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in) 1988- 336
Tokyo Metro 1000 series Ginza Line 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in) April 2012 – 6
Tokyo Metro 03 series Hibiya Line 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in) 1988- 336
Tokyo Metro 05 series Tōzai Line 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in) 1988- 430 (80 sent to Indonesia)
Tokyo Metro 07 series Tōzai Line 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in) 1992- 60
Tokyo Metro 08 series Hanzōmon Line 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in) 2003- 60
Tokyo Metro 5000 series Chiyoda Line 1067mm} 1964- 430 (6 in service on the Tokyo Metro, 130 shipped to Indonesia)
Tokyo Metro 6000 series Chiyoda Line 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in) 1971- 353 (130 shipped to Indonesia)
Tokyo Metro 7000 series Yūrakuchō Line, Fukutoshin Line 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in) 1974- 340 (40 shipped to Indonesia)
Tokyo Metro 8000 series Hanzōmon Line 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in) 1980- 190
Tokyo Metro 9000 series Namboku Line 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in) 1991- 138
Tokyo Metro 10000 series Yūrakuchō Line, Fukutoshin Line 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in) 2006- 360
Tokyo Metro 15000 series Tōzai Line 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in) 2010- 130
Tokyo Metro 16000 series Chiyoda Line 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in) 2010- 160
Toei 5300 series Toei Asakusa Line 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in) 1991- 216
Toei 6300 series Toei Mita Line 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in) 1993- 222
Toei 10-000 series Toei Shinjuku Line 1,372 mm (4 ft 6 in) 1978- 80
Toei 10-300 series Toei Shinjuku Line 1,372 mm (4 ft 6 in) 2005-
Toei 12-000 series Toei Ōedo Line 1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in) 1991- 440

Former rolling stock

Trains from other operators are also used on Tokyo Metro lines as a consequence of inter-running services.

Line-by-line lists for Tokyo Metro

Hibiya Line

Tōzai Line

Present

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.

Past

5000 series with stainless steel body

Chiyoda Line

A 6000 series EMU on the Odakyu Odawara Line at Higashi-Kitazawa

Listed below are currently used, all are 10-car formations unless otherwise indicated. Numbers in parentheses are of formations currently in service.

Hanzōmon Line

Namboku Line

Yūrakuchō/Fukutoshin Lines


All types are operated as 10-car sets unless otherwise notes

Ginza/Marunouchi Lines

Neither line interoperates with any other lines, so there is no other current stock to show, other than the ones on the graph above.

Therefore, the list of former stock includes the following.

Ginza Line

A Ginza Line 1200 series EMU in 1951
  • 100 series (1938–1968)
  • 1000 series (1927–1968)
  • 1100 series (1930–1968)
  • 1200 series (1934–1986)
  • 1300 series (1949–1986)
  • 1400 series (1953–1985)
  • 1500 series (1954–1986)
  • 1500N series (1968–1993)
  • 1600 series (1955–1986)
  • 1700 series (1956–1986)
  • 1800 series (1958–1986)
  • 1900 series (1958–1987)
  • 2000 series (1958–1993)

Marunouchi Line

  • Eidan 300/400/500/900 series (from 1954 until 1996, later sold and exported for use on Line B of the Buenos Aires Metro)
  • Tokyo Rapid Railway 100 series (from 1962 until 1968, transferred from Ginza Line, used for Hōnanchō branch only)
  • Eidan 2000 series (from 1968 until 1981, used for Hōnanchō branch only.

Line-by-line list for Toei Subway

Asakusa Line

A variety of rolling stock is in use due to the large number of through service operators on the line.

Present

  • Toei: 5300
  • Keisei: 3300, New 3000, 3400, 3500, 3600, 3700
  • Keikyu: New 1000, 600, 1500
  • Hokusō: 7500, 7300, 9100, 9000
  • Shibayama: 3600

Past

5200 series trains introduced to the line in 1976 and withdrawn in 2006
  • Toei: 5000, 5200
  • Keikyu: 1000
  • Keisei: 3000 (first model), 3050 (first model), 3100, 3150, 3200, 3500 (old model)
  • Hokusō: 7050, 7150, 7000, 7250, 7260

Mita Line

Present

Past

6000 series between Shin-Takashimadaira and Nishi-Takashimadaira, February 1999

Shinjuku Line

Ōedo Line

See also

References

  1. ^ 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. (Japanese)
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