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Tōhō Line


     Tōhō Line
東豊線
7000 series EMU at Fukuzumi Station
Overview
Type Heavy rail
System Sapporo Municipal Subway
Locale Sapporo, Hokkaido
Termini Sakaemachi
Fukuzumi
Stations 14
Operation
Opening 1988
Owner Sapporo City Transportation Bureau
Technical
Line length 13.6 km (8.5 mi)
Track gauge
Electrification 1,500 V DC overhead catenary

The Tōhō Line (東豊線 Tōhō-sen?) is a subway line located in Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. It is part of the Sapporo Municipal Subway system. It runs from Sakaemachi Station in Higashi-ku to Fukuzumi Station in Toyohira-ku. The Tōhō Line color on maps is sky blue. Its stations carry the letter H followed by a number.

Station list

  • All stations are located in Sapporo.
  • The entire line is underground.
Station No. Station Japanese Distance (km) Transfers Location
Between
stations
Total
H01 Sakaemachi 栄町 - 0.0   Higashi-ku
H02 Shindō-Higashi 新道東 0.9 0.9  
H03 Motomachi 元町 1.2 2.1  
H04 Kanjō-Dōri-Higashi 環状通東 1.4 3.5  
H05 Higashi-Kuyakusho-Mae 東区役所前 1.0 4.5  
H06 Kita-Jūsan-Jō-Higashi 北13条東 0.9 5.4  
H07 Sapporo さっぽろ 1.3 6.7 Namboku Line (N06)
Hakodate Main Line (01)
Chūō-ku
H08 Ōdōri 大通 0.6 7.3 Namboku Line (N07)
Tōzai Line (T09)
Sapporo Streetcar Ichijō Line (Nishi-Yon-Chōme)
H09 Hōsui-Susukino 豊水すすきの 0.8 8.1 Sapporo Streetcar: Yamahana Line (Susukino)
H10 Gakuen-Mae 学園前 1.4 9.5   Toyohira-ku
H11 Toyohira-Kōen 豊平公園 0.9 10.4  
H12 Misono 美園 1.0 11.4  
H13 Tsukisamu-Chūō 月寒中央 1.2 12.6  
H14 Fukuzumi 福住 1.0 13.6  

History

  • December 2, 1988: Sakaemachi – Hōsui-Susukino section opens; 7000 series trains debut
  • October 14, 1994: Hōsui-Susukino – Fukuzumi section opens; New 7000 series trains debut
  • January 30, 2009: SAPICA contactless smart card introduced
  • By 2019: Platform doors to be installed at all Tōhō Line stations

References

External links

  • Sapporo City Transportation Bureau (Japanese)
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