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Kōbe Municipal Transportation Bureau (神戸市交通局, Kōbe-shi kōtsū-kyoku) is an agency of the city government of Kobe, Japan that operates municipal subways and city buses. Previously, it also operated city trams.
The city tram of Kobe opened in 1910 by a private company and was purchased by the city government in 1917. As of 1952, it operated 35.6 km of tracks. The tram system was totally abolished by 1971. Between 1917 and 1971, the trams operated approximately 600 million kilometers and transported 5.6 billion passengers.
Kobe-Sannomiya Station, or simply Sannomiya Station, is located in the heart of Kobe, Japan. This station is the main railway terminal of Kobe.
The Kobe Municipal Subway is a rapid transit system in Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. Like other large Japanese cities, Kobe's subway system is heavily complemented by suburban rail. In addition, two people mover lines also serve the Kobe area: the Port Island Line and the Rokko Island Line.
The Seishin-Yamate Line, also known by its nickname of "Midori no U-Line", is one of the two lines of the Kobe Municipal Subway. It links the central districts to the east and western suburbs of Kobe. The line color is green.
Kōbe Rapid Transit Railway Company, Limited is a railway company in central Kobe, Japan.
Kyoto Municipal Transportation Bureau is an agency of the city government of Kyoto, Japan that operates municipal subways and city buses within the city. Previously, it also operated trams and trolley buses.
Kobe Airport is an airport on an artificial island just off the coast of Kobe, 8 km (5.0 mi) south of Sannomiya Station Japan. Opened on February 16, 2006, it primarily handles domestic flights, but can also accommodate international charter flights. In the first year of operation (2006), the airport handled 2,697,000 passengers with an average load factor of 61.1%. In 2017 it handled 3,071,974 passengers with an average load factor of 79.4%.
The Osaka Metro is a major rapid transit system in the Osaka Metropolitan Area of Japan. It is operated by Osaka Metro Co., Ltd.. It serves the city of Osaka and the adjacent municipalities of Higashiosaka, Kadoma, Moriguchi, Sakai, Suita, and Yao. Osaka Metro forms an integral part of the extensive mass transit system of Greater Osaka, having 123 out of the 1,108 rail stations (2007) in the Osaka-Kobe-Kyoto region. In 2010, the greater Osaka region had 13 million rail passengers daily of which the Osaka Municipal Subway accounted for 2.29 million.
Kobe Sports Park Baseball Stadium or officially Hotto Motto Field Kobe is a baseball park in Kobe Sports Park, Kobe, Japan. It is primarily used for baseball, and is one of two home fields for the Orix Buffaloes, the other being the Kyocera Dome Osaka. The stadium also occasionally hosts Hanshin Tigers when their home field of Koshien Stadium is unavailable.
The Kobe City Misaki Park Stadium (神戸市御崎公園球技場), also known as The Noevir Stadium Kobe (ノエビアスタジアム神戸), is a football stadium in Misaki Park, Hyogo-ku, Kobe, Japan. The stadium has a capacity of 30,132. This stadium, which features a retractable roof, is the home ground of J1 League club Vissel Kobe and the rugby union Top League team Kobelco Steelers.
Nagata is one of 9 wards of Kobe, Japan. It has an area of 11.46 km², and a population of 96,072 (2018). This region suffered the largest number of casualties in the Great Hanshin earthquake.
The Hokushin Line is a line of Kobe Municipal Subway connecting Tanigami in Kita-ku, Kobe and Shin-Kobe in Chūō-ku, Kobe. The 7.5-kilometer (4.7 mi) line has only these two stations.
Sapporo City Transportation Bureau is a public organization of transportation in Sapporo, Japan. The organization operates subways and a tram. It was founded in 1927, when the city took private tram lines. The bureau also started to operate bus lines from 1930, subways from 1971. However, from 1990s, the bureau has been suffering from huge deficits. It handed over its bus lines to a private operator in 2004. The bureau introduced a smart card called SAPICA on January 30, 2009.
Mikage Station is an elevated railway station on the Hanshin Electric Railway Main Line, with trains traveling east to Hanshin's terminal in Umeda (Osaka), and west to central Kobe. At Motomachi, number of limited express trains carry on along the Sanyo Railway to Himeji city.
Ōgi Station is an elevated station on the Hanshin Electric Railway Main Line in Japan, with trains travelling east to Hanshin's terminal in Umeda (Osaka), and west to central Kobe. At Motomachi, number of limited express trains carry on along the Sanyo Railway to Himeji city. This section of the track will be elevated, in keeping with the majority of the line.
Transportation Bureau of the City of Nagoya is a municipal government agency responsible for public transport in Nagoya, Japan. The organization operates subways and buses. It was founded in 1922, as an operator of Nagoya City Tram bought from Nagoya Electric Railroad, the current Nagoya Railroad. The bureau sells Manaca, replacing the older Tranpass system.
Kōbe City Urban Development is a public foundation in Kōbe, Hyōgo, Japan. Founded in 1963, the organization operates land development, construction, parking lot, public facilities, sightseeing related business, and sewer of the city.
Fukae Station is a railway station in Higashinada-ku, Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan. It is owned and operated by private operator Hanshin Electric Railway.
Ishiyagawa Station is a railway station in Higashinada-ku, Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan.
The Kobe Municipal Subway 6000 series is an electric multiple unit (EMU) train type operated by the Kobe Municipal Subway on the Seishin-Yamate Line since February 16, 2019.