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Toyama City Tram Line

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Circular line tram (SunTram model 9000)
Circular line tram (SunTram model 9000)
Map of Toyama tram lines in 2010
Map of Toyama tram lines in 2010

The Toyama City Tram Line (富山市内軌道線, Toyama Shinai Kidōsen) of Toyama Chihō Railway, commonly referred to as 市電 (shiden), is a narrow gauge tram system in Toyama, Japan. Its first operation was in 1912. It has 23 stations and runs 7.3 km.

While the system officially consists of five lines, the operation has been re-organized into three routes:[1]

Since 2010, the tram accepts the Ecomyca and passca smart cards for fare payment.[2]

Since March 21, 2020, with the completion of a north south tram link across Toyama Railway Station, Toyama City Tram services will through operate with the Toyama Chihō Railway Toyamakō Line.[3]

References

  1. ^ Toyama Chihō Tetsudō. "市内電車 - 時刻予定表". Retrieved September 27, 2014.
  2. ^ "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2012-03-22. Retrieved 2016-02-06.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  3. ^ "富山市・富山地方鉄道・富山ライトレール,2020年3月21日から路面電車の南北接続を開始 〜運行形態や運賃などの概要を発表〜|鉄道ニュース|2019年11月6日掲載|鉄道ファン・railf.jp". 鉄道ファン・railf.jp (in Japanese). Retrieved 2020-11-28.
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