When Japan’s new light-rail trains hit the rails, it’ll be an instant classic

It’s been a bit of a rollercoaster ride to the Tokyo Metro’s opening on Wednesday, but one that’s clearly going to be a hit with locals.

As part of the Japan 2020s transportation plan, Tokyo has announced a plan to begin a light-train network of new trains by 2035.

And with the opening of this new line, the country will have the world’s most extensive light-bus transit system in the world.

“It’s been an amazing journey for the Japanese people,” said Toshihiko Kato, CEO of Japan 2020, a nonprofit organization that advocates for the country’s ambitious transportation plans.

“The Japanese people have been really welcoming and welcoming.

And I think that’s what the whole country is going to want to see again.”

The train system is expected to open on March 1, 2020.

The first light-traffic train is expected in 2021.

The line will feature an extensive network of stations, and some are already fully staffed.

But it will be a long, bumpy ride, with frequent service delays.

It’s also the first time that a single line will have a capacity of more than 5,000 people.

Kato said the trains will also be the first light rail in the history of Japan, and the first in the country to be powered entirely by renewable energy sources like wind and solar.

“This will be the beginning of a new era for Japan,” he said.

The first trains will run on the line, connecting stations along the route, from Shinjuku Station to Shibuya Station in the Shinjiro district of Tokyo.

The line will also link the Takahama and Shibuyan stations in central Tokyo.

It will then connect to the Shinagawa station in the Ginza district, linking to the train station at Narita Airport.

The Japanese train company said the new line will serve a total of 2.7 million people, with about 2.5 million people using it every day.

About one-third of the passengers will be young adults.

The opening of the line marks the beginning, Kato said, of a “new era of Japan.”

Tokyo has been planning its light-trains for some time, but it took the U.S. about five years to get going on its plan.

The project was originally supposed to be completed in 2020, but the U,S.

has taken a hiatus from the project as it focuses on the Paris climate accord.

That means that Tokyo’s light-transit line could be up and running sooner.

In addition to being the world headquarters of Japan’s public transit agency, Tokyo also has some of the countrys highest-profile transit projects under way.

On Monday, Tokyo Mayor Naoki Hasegawa unveiled a new subway line that will be connected to the subway system.

The new line is being built in collaboration with Japan’s National Institute of Technology and will run from Shinagami Station to the airport.

The new line connects Shinagama Station to Shinagaya Station, and is being constructed with a $6.5 billion bond backed by the Federal Reserve and the Japanese government.

It is being paid for with a loan from the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry.

The construction of the new subway system will cost about $1 billion, according to Tokyo Metro.

The next line is the Tokyo Metropolitan Railway’s (TMR) 2.1-kilometer extension to Tokyo’s central business district.

The extension is being funded by a $1.6 billion bond that is due to be repaid in 2020.

The TMR’s 2.4-kilometers line runs from Shin-Shinbashi Station in downtown Tokyo to Shinjuro Station in central Shinagusa, connecting to the central train station in Ginza.

The $1,700 million extension, also called the Tokyo-Shinjiro Line, will connect Shin-Osaka Station in Tokyo to the Ginamori Station in Ginetsu.TMR said it will also extend the line to the northern city of Nara, where it will connect to Nippon Budokan Station in Osaka.

The second line will run between the central city of Shinjiri and Osaka, where the line will connect with JR Central Station.

It also is being financed by the Japanese Federal Reserve.

The train will run every day between 7:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m., and will have service on weekdays from 7:30 a.g. to 8:30 p.g., and from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm.

The second line is expected, Katsuyuki Nakamura, general manager of TMR, said.

“The line has already been built,” he told Reuters.

“It is fully operational, and we are working on other projects.”

The new trains will carry around 2,500 passengers per day, with some stations having capacities of