"Metrogram" that the movement of Tokyo Metro's train can be visually recognized on the map
In TokyoMetropolitan subwayWhenTokyo MetroThere is a subway called "Tokyo Metro" visually understand the operation data of the site "Metrogram"is. The movement of Tokyo Metro's train has become visible so that it is very interesting finish.
When you open the metrogram page from your computer, the screen starts from 4 am.
This moving ○ signifies a train. The subway gradually starts to move, the station name at the center of the screen is displayed in the lower left, and the departure time of the station is displayed. For the subway, red, if it is a Marunouchi line, purple if it is a Hanzomon line, each symbol color is used as it is.
At 6 o'clock, there are more trains, and you can see that many trains are gathering at transit stations such as Tameike Sanno and Ginza.
Even more trains are running at 7 o'clock.
Looking up, it seems that the amount of operation in the city center is increasing further.
Many trains are running during the commuting rush hour at 8 o'clock, and many subways are running on the light blue Tozai line, the purple Hanzomon line, the Orange Ginza line, and the red Marunouchi line. If it is a Tozai line, 27 trains run hourly during peak hours, meaning that the subway will come to the station on average 2 minutes 15 seconds apart.
Even at 9 o'clock, the number of trains is still quite large, but the number of trains is less than at rush hour.
The number of hours at 11 o'clock is fewer than at rush hour, and if it is at Tozai line, it is about 7 minutes interval, so the number is decreasing to about one third of the rush hour.
In the daytime, many express trains other than the local train stop running, we can see that the express trains are expressing big circles and the local stops are represented by small circles.
At the 15 o'clock level, the number of trains will be somewhat higher as the students will be at school hours.
Although the train does not run as far as the morning commuting rush, the train starts to run a little more at 18 o'clock, and if the Tozai line is a Tozai line, about 1 train runs every 5 minutes.
The number of trains at 20 o'clock is almost the same as the number of trains at 18 o'clock.
The amount of traffic does not change to 22 o'clock so far, and if it is a Tozai line, about 1 train runs every 5 minutes.
After 23 o'clock the number of trains is decreasing at once. If it is a Tozai line, the train is about 1 in 10 minutes.
As expected it will be hard to find a running subway when it comes to 0 o'clock.
Although it is considered to make the subway 24 hours like New York etc., the subway is not running at 1 o'clock in the present situation.
The site starts from 4 o'clock and it takes about 30 minutes to continuously look up to 1 o'clock, but it's quite stylish, so it looks nice to use it for images to be shot at a shop.
Real-time simulation map "metrogram 3D" made from Tokyo Metro operation data - GIGAZINE