Tama-Center Station (south entrance)
|Location||Ochiai 1-chome, Tama-shi, Tokyo|
|Platforms||4 island + 2 side platforms|
|Station code||KO41 (Keio), OT06 (Odakyu)|
|Opened||Keiō Corporation: 1974|
Odakyū Electric Railway: 1975
Tama Toshi Monorail: 2000
Tama Toshi Monorail: 18,105> daily
Tama-Center Station (多摩センター駅, Tama-sentaa-eki) is a station on the Keiō Sagamihara Line, the Odakyū Tama Line, and the Tama Toshi Monorail Line located in Tama, Tokyo, Japan. The stations are formally known as Keiō Tama-Center (Keiō), Odakyū Tama-Center (Odakyū), and Tama-Center (Tama Monorail).
Keiō Corporation (Keiō Tama-Center Station)
The station opened on October 18, 1974. Four elevated tracks serve two island platforms. All trains stop at this station.
|1, 2||■ Keiō Sagamihara Line||Hashimoto|
|3, 4||■ Keiō Sagamihara Line||Chōfu, Meidaimae, Sasazuka, Shinjuku, Toei Shinjuku Line|
Odakyū Electric Railway (Odakyū Tama-Center Station)
The station opened on April 23, 1975. Two elevated tracks serve two island platforms. All trains stop at this station.
|1||■ Odakyū Tama Line||Karakida|
|2||■ Odakyū Tama Line||Shin-Yurigaoka, Shinjuku, Chiyoda Line, Odawara, Katase-Enoshima|
Tama Toshi Monorail (Tama-Center Station)
The station opened on January 10, 2000. This is a raised station with two tracks and two opposed side platforms, with the station building located underneath. It is a standardized station building for this monorail line.
|■ Tama Toshi Monorail Line||Takahatafudō, Tachikawa-Kita, Tamagawa-Jōsui, Kamikitadai|
The station sits at the heart of the planned Tama New Town suburb, and as such is home to most of the area's main commercial and municipal buildings. There are numerous shopping centers centered on a pedestrian mall on the station's south side. Sanrio Puroland is located (about 200 meters) south-east of the station.
- October 18, 1974: Keiō Tama-Center Station opens as a local, rapid, and commuter rapid stop with the extension of the Keiō Sagamihara Line.
- April 23, 1975: Odakyū Tama-Center Station opens as a local stop with the extension of the Odakyū Tama Line.
- May 28, 1992: Special express trains begin service on the Sagamihara Line, stopping at Tama-Center.
- January 10, 2000: Tama Toshi Monorail Tama-Center Station opens.
- December 2, 2000: Special express Homeway and express trains begin service on the Tama Line, stopping at Tama-Center.
- March 25, 2001: On the Sagamihara Line, express trains begin service, stopping at Tama-Center; special express trains are abolished.
- March 23, 2002: Tama Express trains begin service on the Tama Line, stopping at Tama-Center.
- December 11, 2004: Section semi-express trains begin service on the Tama Line, stopping at Tama-Center.
- May 2005 – March 2006: Odakyū Tama-Center Station undergoes renovation.
- March 15, 2008: Special express Metro Homeway trains begin service on the Tama Line, stopping at Tama-Center.
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Tama-Center Station.|
- Keiō Tama-Center Station—Keiō Corporation (in Japanese)
- Odakyū Tama-Center Station—Odakyū Electric Railway (in Japanese)
- Tama Monorail Takahatafudō Station (in Japanese)