Tobu 20000 series
|Tobu 20000 series|
20000 series, June 2008
|Manufacturer||Alna Kōki, Tokyu Car Corporation|
|Number in service||192 vehicles (24 sets)|
|Formation||8 cars per trainset|
|Line(s) served||Tobu Skytree Line, Tobu Nikko Line, Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line|
|Car body construction||Stainless steel|
|Car length||18,000 mm (59 ft 1 in)|
|Width||2,857 mm (9 ft 4.5 in)|
|Doors||3/5 pairs per side|
|Maximum speed||110 km/h (70 mph)|
|Deceleration||3.7 km/h/s (service), 4.5 km/h/s (emergency)|
|Electric system(s)||1,500 V DC|
|Current collection method||Overhead line|
|Safety system(s)||Tobu ATS|
|Track gauge||1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)|
- 20000 series: 13 x 8-car sets introduced from March 1988
- 20050 series: 8 x 8-car sets introduced from December 1992 with 5-door cars
- 20070 series: 3 x 8-car sets introduced from March 1997
13 8-car sets (21801 to 21813) were built to replace the ageing 2000 series trains on inter-running services between the Tobu Skytree Line and the Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line in Tokyo, entering service on 25 March 1988. The body design uses a new lightweight corrugated stainless steel construction.
Total number of vehicles built: 104
The M1 cars are each fitted with one scissors type pantograph.
Eight 8-car sets (21851 to 21858) were introduced on 29 December 1992 on Tobu Skytree Line and Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line inter-running services. These sets feature two 5-door cars at each end, and also LED destination indicators.
Total number of vehicles built: 64
The M5 and M7 cars are each fitted with one scissors type pantograph.
Three 8-car sets (21871 to 21873) were introduced from 25 March 1997 to cope with an increased service frequency. These sets feature 3-door cars throughout, and also LED destination indicators.
Total number of vehicles built: 24
The M1 and M3 cars are each fitted with one single-arm pantograph.
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