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Trolleybusstadt: Kurobe-Dam [Japan]

Allgemeine Informationen

Stadt: Kurobe-Dam ( Einwohner)
Land: Japan
Eröffnet: 01.08.1964
Stillgelegt: 30.10.2018
Netzlänge: 6,1 km
Linienlänge: 6,1 km
Linien: 1
Fahrzeuge: 16 Trolleybusse
Betreiber: Kansai Electric Power Company
Webseite: www.kurobe-dam.com/trolleybus/index.html
Anmerkungen: Touristenlinie, wird nur von April bis November bedient
Tourist line only, operated from April through November


Aktuelle Situation

Die Linie dient dem Touristenverkehr zum Kurobe Dam, einem Stauwerk mit Kraftwerk in den Alpen Japans. Die Fahrt geht st�ndlich von 7 bis 17 Uhr und dauert 16 Minuten, je nach Fahrgastaufkommen fahren mehrere Fahrzeuge gleichzeitig. auf der einspurigen Strecke. In der Mitte des 5,8 km langen Tunnels durch den 2678 m hohen Berg Mt. Akazawa gibt es eine Ausweiche. Die Fahrzeuge besitzen Hilfsmotor, der f�r die Fahrt in das nicht mit Fahrleitung versehene Depot dient.

The line is operated for tourists, visiting the Kurobe-Dam hydro power station in the Japanese Alps. Operation daily from 7 am to 5 pm, every hour; in busy situations some trolleybuses are going in a convoy. The ride on this single-lane track takes 16 minutes. In the middle of the 5,8 km tunnel (through the Mt. Akazawa, 2.678m) there is an opportunity to make way for trolleybuses from the other direction. All vehicles are equipped with an auxiliary motors for driving to and from the depot (which is not joined to the overhead wire system).


News zu Kurobe-Dam

Datum Schlagzeile
09.05.2019 Stillegungszeremonie
23.10.2017 Umstellung auf Batteriebusse vorgesehen
24.06.2016 Planmäßiger Ersatz erst in einigen Jahren


F�nf Trolleybusse nach der Ankunft am Tunnelende-Five trolleybuses are arriving at the tunnel terminal Foto: Tomas Cermak (http://www.pbase.com/tomas_cermak/)

Linien

Linie Verlauf Länge Frequenz1
- Ogisawa - Kurobe Dam 6,1 km 1964

1 Frequenz: Minuten zur Hauptverkehrszeit / Normalverkehrszeit

Linien: 1


Fahrzeuge

Nummern Stück Fahrzeug Lieferung
301-316 16 Mitsubishi Fuso/Osaka Sharyo 1993-96

Fahrzeuge: 16 Trolleybusse


Geschichte

Der Betrieb wurde am 1. August 1964 mit sechs Fahrzeugen aufgenommen. Der Wagenpark wurde bis 1973 auf 15 Fahrzeuge (101-110, 201-205) erweitert. Bis 1976 erhielten die zuerst eint�rigen Fahrzeuge eine zweite T�re in der Mitte des Fahrzeugs. 1965 wurden 564.000 Fahrg�ste pro Jahr , rund 20 Jahre sp�ter in 1984 bereits 1.066.000 Fahrg�ste pro Jahr gez�hlt. Ab 1993 erfolgte der Ersatz der alten Fahrzeuge, diese bleiben in ihrer bis zu 30j�hrigen Laufzeit ohne Blech- und Rostsch�den und wurden nach Mexiko abgegeben. Aufgrund des hohen Umbauaufwands (T�ranordnung f�r Linksverkehr) blieben sie jedoch dort ungenutzt.


Quelle: TROLLEYBUS MAGAZINE No.165, 1989 und weitere Ausgaben, weitere Angaben im Internet.

On August 1st, 1964 the Trolleybus operation was started with 6 vehicles. The fleet was enlarged until 1973 to 15 vehicles (101-110, 201-205). Up to 1976 the single-door vehicles were built into two-door vehicles. 1965 there were 564.000 passengers, 1984 there were already 1.066.000 passengers. From 1993 on all older vehicles were sold to Mexico. In Mexico they never were in service due to the facts that the doors are on the left hand side (reconstruction was too expensive).

Source: Trolleybus Magazine No. 165, 1989 and other volumes and Web Sites


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Quelle: TROLLEYBUS MAGAZINE No.165, 1989 und weitere Ausgaben, weitere Angaben im Internet.

On August 1st, 1964 the Trolleybus operation was started with 6 vehicles. The fleet was enlarged until 1973 to 15 vehicles (101-110, 201-205). Up to 1976 the single-door vehicles were built into two-door vehicles. 1965 there were 564.000 passengers, 1984 there were already 1.066.000 passengers. From 1993 on all older vehicles were sold to Mexico. In Mexico they never were in service due to the facts that the doors are on the left hand side (reconstruction was too expensive).

Source: Trolleybus Magazine No. 165, 1989 and other volumes and Web Sites
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Quelle: TROLLEYBUS MAGAZINE No.165, 1989 und weitere Ausgaben, weitere Angaben im Internet.

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Source: Trolleybus Magazine No. 165, 1989 and other volumes and Web Sites
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