Subway Nagoya: diagram, photo, description
The subway of the Japanese city of Nagoya was commissioned in November 1957. It was the third subway in the country, after previously opened in the capital Tokyo and the city of Osaka. The new mode of transport has made it much easier to move around the multi-million dollar metropolis, which is the fourth largest in the country in terms of the number of inhabitants..
The total length of the existing six lines of the Nagoya Metro is almost 90 kilometers. Guests and residents of the city can use 83 stations for entry, exit and transfers.Every year, the Nagoya Metro transports 430 million people, which significantly reduces the load on ground transportation. An additional 9.2 km line was commissioned for the 2005 Nagoya World Expo opening.
Nagoya Subway Tickets
You can pay for the Nagoya Metro by purchasing tickets. They are sold in special vending machines at stations, the menus of which are also duplicated in English. The price of the trip depends on the zone in which the destination station is located.
The symbol of the Nagoya metro station, located at the entrance to the station, is a schematic image of a white tunnel on a black round background..