Toei 10-300 series

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Toei 10-300 series
Toei Type10-300.jpg
A Toei Shinjuku Line 10-300 series train
In service2005 – Present (10-300 series)
2005 – 2017 (10-300R series)
Manufacturer JR East Niitsu, J-TREC, Tokyu Car
Replaced Toei 10-000 series
Constructed2004–
Entered service21 May 2005
Number under constructionAt least 82 vehicles (8 sets + at least 2 cars to lengthen 8-car sets) [1]
Number built242 vehicles (27 sets)
Number in service210 vehicles (23 sets)
Number scrapped32 vehicles (4 sets)
Formation8/10 cars per set
Fleet numbers10–310
Operator(s) Toei Subway
Depot(s)Oshima
Line(s) servedS Toei Shinjuku Line
KO Keio New Line
KO Keiō Line
KO Keio Sagamihara Line
KO Keio Takao Line
KO Keio Dobutsuen Line
Specifications
Car body construction Stainless steel
Car length20.15 m (66 ft 1 in) (end cars)
20 m (65 ft 7 in) (intermediate cars)
Width2,770 mm (9 ft 1 in)
Height3,640 mm (11 ft 11 in)
Floor height1,130 mm (3 ft 8 in)
Doors4 pairs per side
Maximum speed120 km/h (74.6 mph)
Weight23.8–30.1 t
(23.4–29.6 long tons; 26.2–33.2 short tons) per car
Traction system Variable frequency (IGBT) (10-300 series)
Chopper control (10-300R series)
Power output95 kW (127 hp) (10-300 series motor),
165 kW (221 hp) (10-300R series motor)
TransmissionTwin-disc drive of gear ratio 7.07 (10-300 series),
Westinghouse-Natal drive of gear ratio 5.31 (10-300R series)
Acceleration 3.3 km/(h⋅s) (2.1 mph/s)
Deceleration 4.0 km/(h⋅s) (2.5 mph/s) (service),
4.5 km/(h⋅s) (2.8 mph/s) (emergency)
Electric system(s) 1,500 V DC Overhead wire
Current collector(s) Pantograph
Braking system(s) Electronically controlled pneumatic brakes, regenerative braking
Safety system(s)D-ATC, Keio ATC, Keio ATS
Coupling system Shibata
Track gauge 1,372 mm (4 ft 6 in)

The Toei 10-300 series (都営10-300形, Toei 10-300-gata) is an electric multiple unit (EMU) train type operated by the Tokyo subway operator Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation (Toei) on the Toei Shinjuku Line in Tokyo, Japan, since 2005. [2]

Contents

Overview

Based on the JR East E231 series design, the type consists of 10-300 series 8- and 10-car sets together with 10-300R series 8-car sets formed of refurbished 10-000 series intermediate cars sandwiched between newly built 10-300 series driving cars. [3] 3rd-batch trainsets based on the JR East E233-2000 series design were introduced from September 2013.

Operations

The 10-300 series and 10-300R series operate on the Toei Shinjuku Line between Shinjuku and Motoyawata , and also on inter-running services over the Keio Line from Shinjuku as far as Hashimoto on the Keio Sagamihara Line. [3]

Formations

As of 1 April 2017, the fleet consists of eight eight-car 10-300 series sets (10-370 to 10-440), and 15 ten-car 10-300 series sets (10-450 to 10-620), all based at Oshima Depot. [4]

10-300R series

10-300R series set 10-340 in May 2006 Model 10-300R of Toei.JPG
10-300R series set 10-340 in May 2006

The four eight-car 10-300R series sets (10-310 to 10-360) were formed as shown below with six motored (M) cars and two trailer (T) cars, and car 1 at the Shinjuku end. [5]

Car No.12345678
DesignationTc2M2'M1M2M1M2M1Tc1
Numbering10-xx910-xx810-xx710-xx610-xx510-xx210-xx110-xx0

10-300 series 8-car sets

Eight-car set 10-430 in April 2010 Toei 10-430 Higashi-fuchu.jpg
Eight-car set 10-430 in April 2010

The eight 8-car 10-300 series sets (10-370 to 10-440) are formed as shown below with five motored (M) cars and three trailer (T) cars, and car 1 at the Shinjuku end. [4]

Car No.12345678
DesignationTc2M2M1TM1M2M1Tc1
Numbering10-xx910-xx810-xx710-xx610-xx510-xx210-xx110-xx0

10-300 series 10-car sets

The four 10-car 10-300 series sets (10-450 to 10-480) are formed as shown below with six motored (M) cars and four trailer (T) cars, and car 1 at the Shinjuku end. [4] [6]

Car No.12345678910
DesignationTc2M2M1T1M1T1M2M1Tc1
Numbering10-xx910-xx810-xx710-xx610-xx510-xx410-xx310-xx210-xx110-xx0
Weight (t)27.229.330.223.829.328.623.829.430.127.1
Capacity (total/seated)140/45149/51148/54149/51136/45

3rd-batch 10-300 series 10-car sets

3rd-batch set 10-490 in October 2013 Toei 10-490F 20131006.jpg
3rd-batch set 10-490 in October 2013

The 3rd-batch 10-300 series sets (10-490 to 10-510) delivered from 2013 are formed as shown below with six motored (M) cars and four trailer (T) cars. [7]

Car No.12345678910
DesignationTc9M8M7T6T5M4M3M2M1Tc0
Numbering10-xx910-xx810-xx710-xx610-xx510-xx410-xx310-xx210-xx110-xx0
Weight (t)29.431.031.325.225.228.031.331.031.329.4
Capacity (total/seated)132/45145/51144/54145/51132/45

4th-batch 10-300 series 10-car sets

Three fourth-batch 10-car sets were introduced from May 2015. These sets differ from earlier built sets by the addition of a light green stripe running alongside the bodies, including on the doors. [8] The fourth-batch sets (10-520 onward) are formed as shown below with six motored (M) cars and four trailer (T) cars. [9]

Car No.12345678910
DesignationTc9M8M7T6T5M4M3M2M1Tc0
Numbering10-xx910-xx810-xx710-xx610-xx510-xx410-xx310-xx210-xx110-xx0
Weight (t)29.431.031.325.225.228.031.331.031.329.4
Capacity (total/seated)132/45145/51144/54145/51132/45

Interior

1st/2nd batch sets

Passenger accommodation consists of longitudinal bench seating with individually sculpted seats covered with green moquette. [2] Passenger information is provided by LED scrolling displays above the doorways. [2]

3rd-batch sets

4th-batch sets

Three fourth-batch sets have two LCD passenger information screens above each doorway. [8]

History

Twelve eight-car 10-300 series sets (96 vehicles) were built between 2004 and 2006 to replace the older (1st and 2nd batch) 10-000 series sets dating from the late 1970s. [2] These were designed to be lengthened to ten-car sets in the future with the insertion of additional motored and trailer cars as cars 3 and 4. [2] The majority of the sets were built by Tokyu Car Corporation (now J-TREC) in Yokohama, but the intermediate cars of the three sets 10-450 to 10-470 were built at JR East's Niitsu factory in Niigata Prefecture, and these were transferred to Tokyu Car's Yokohama factory in two batches in January and February 2006 to be incorporated into the completed sets. [2] The first set, 10-370, was delivered in November 2004 for night-time testing of the new D-ATC signalling system. [2] The first sets entered revenue service on 21 May 2005. [2]

The six eight-car 10-300R series sets were created in 2005 and 2006 by adding new 10-300 series driving cars built by Tokyu Car sandwiching three pairs of refurbished 10-xx7 and 10-xx8 cars from former 10-000 series sets 10-010 to 10-180. [2]

The newly formed ten-car sets (10-450 to 10-480) entered revenue service from 1 June 2010. [3] Lengthening from eight to ten cars involved inserting new 2nd-batch "10-4x3" (T1) trailer cars and "10-4x5" (M1) motored cars, and renumbering the original "10-4x5" cars to "10-4x4" as well as removing the original pantograph. [10]

A further three new ten-car 3rd-batch sets were delivered during 2013. [10] The first, set 10-490, entered revenue service on 15 September 2013. [11] These sets are based on the JR East E233 series design. [4]

Set 10-330 on its last day in service on 14 February 2017 Toei 10-339 FINALRUN bakuroyokoyama 20170215.jpg
Set 10-330 on its last day in service on 14 February 2017

The last remaining 10-300R series set in service, set 10-330, was withdrawn following its final run on 14 February 2017. [12]

It was announced by Toei that eight new ten-car sets would enter service from 28 November 2021; Toei also announced that some of the eight-car sets would be lengthened to ten-car sets by the end of 2022. [1]

Build histories

fourth-batch set 10-580 in May 2017 Toei Type10-300.jpg
fourth-batch set 10-580 in May 2017

The build histories of the 10-300 series sets are as follows. [4] [10]

Set No.ManufacturerBuild dateNotes
10-370 Tokyu Car, Yokohama14 May 20051st batch
10-38016 May 2005
10-39016 June 2005
10-40023 July 2005
10-4101 September 2005
10-42029 September 2005
10-43024 November 2005
10-44022 December 2005
10-450Tokyu Car/Niitsu7 April 2006
10-46027 April 2006
10-47023 June 2006
10-48013 July 2006
10-490 J-TREC, Yokohama7 August 20133rd batch
10-50030 October 2013
10-5103 December 2013
10-52013 May 20154th batch
10-53010 June 2015
10-5401 July 2015
10-55028 April 20165th batch
10-56031 May 2016
10-57028 June 2016
10-590
10-610J-TREC, Yokohama28 July 2016
10-6207 September 2016
10-6302 August 2017 [13]
10-6406 September 2017 [13]

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