The Yokohama New Transit Seaside Line is a people mover in Yokohama’s Kanazawa Ward. It differs from traditional railways in a couple ways. It doesn’t run on rails, it runs on a guideway with rubber tires. Also, it has no driver. It’s completely automated.
Yesterday, we went to Costco, which is near Namiki-chuo Station. I took this picture on the platform, which is completely enclosed.
It’s mid-afternoon, so no big crowds yet.
The Yokohama Seaside Line isn’t a traditional train. It runs on rubber tires on a guideway, and it’s fully automated. There is no driver. It runs between Shin-Sugita Station and Kanazawa-Hakkei Station. This picture is taken under the line. The entire line is elevated. Also, a little news. Today, this blog reached 50,000 views! Thank you very much! And now the picture.
Seaside Line bridges.
The Yokohama branch of Immigration moved from the Yamashita area to Torihama in Kanazawa Ward. I didn’t know that yesterday, so I went today to get everything transfered to my new passport. Nice day today after have a typhoon pass nearby. The immigration office is in a new building in an industrial area.