The plan includes Yen 310m for sustainability and technological initiatives; Yen 1.8bn for infrastructure and station works; Yen 1.9bn for safety improvements and rolling stock; Yen 450m for service enhancements; Yen 280m for real estate and advertising and Yen 180m for earthquake and flooding countermeasures.

New trains will be introduced on five lines over the three-year period of the capital investment plan. The final 13000 series train for the Hibiya Line is due to be delivered in 2020, while deliveries of 2000 series trains for the Marunouchi Line are due to continue until 2023. The first 2000 series sets entered passenger service last month.

Tokyo metro will also introduce a new fleet of 17000 series trains on the Yurakucho and Fukutoshin lines from the 2020 financial year, while 18000 series trains will enter service on the Hanzomon line from 2021.

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