Green Line (Yokohama)
Green Line 10000 series train
|System||Yokohama Municipal Subway|
|Daily ridership||129,104 daily (2014)|
|Opened||30 March 2008|
|Owner||Yokohama Municipal Subway|
|Rolling stock||10000 series|
|Line length||13.0 km|
|Track gauge||1,435 mm|
|Electrification||1,500 V DC, overhead|
|Operating speed||80 km/h|
The Yokohama Municipal Subway Green Line (横浜市営地下鉄グリーンライン Yokohama Shiei Chikatetsu Gurīn Rain?) is a line of the Yokohama Municipal Subway in the city of Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan. Its formal designation is Line 4, and it is the first part of a proposed Yokohama Loop Railway (横浜環状鉄道 Yokohama Kanjō Tetsudō?). The line links Nakayama Station on the JR East Yokohama Line and Hiyoshi Station on the Tōkyū Tōyoko Line with 13 km of track.
After construction which began in 2001, it started operating on March 30, 2008.
The new subway has 10 stations and it takes approximately 21 minutes from Nakayama to Hiyoshi. The stations are designed in a distinctive way. For example, Kawawachō station is designed with a slight dome-shaped arc [clarification needed] which represents the waves of the Tsurumi River which flows south of Nakayama Station.
From June 2008, there will be a new connection on the Tōkyū Meguro Line from Hiyoshi Station via Musashi-Kosugi station and then straight into central Tokyo through the Tokyo Metro Namboku Line and Toei Mita Line.
|Nakayama||中山||0.0||JR East: Yokohama Line||Midori-ku|
|Center-Minami||センター南||4.8||Yokohama Municipal Subway: Blue Line (B29)|
|Center-Kita||センター北||5.7||Yokohama Municipal Subway: Blue Line (B30)|
|Hiyoshi||日吉||13.0||Tokyu Corporation: Tōyoko Line, Meguro Line|
Platforms are above ground at Kawawachō, Center-Kita, and Center-Minami stations and underground at other stations.
- 10000 series 4-car EMUs (x15)
- Japan Railfan Magazine, January 2008 issue (Vol 48, No. 561), p62-63
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