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Housing Development Administration of Turkey (TOKİ), aims fundamentally at producing solutions to the problems with regard to housing and urbanization in Turkey at national scale, and continues its activities to realize presentation of an adequate number of quality housing in healthy urban environment of the country.

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  2. TOKİ, with its rapid housing production practices, aims to meet 5% -10% of the housing need of Turkey. The social housing program of TOKİ targets mainly the low and middle-income people who cannot own a housing unit under the existing market conditions. Social housing program consist the projects targeting poor groups, low-income families.

In line with the Turkish Government Programs and legal assignments, since the year 2002, TOKİ has been assigned to focus on developing mass housing projects for the middle and low income target groups, due to the existing demand for qualified and affordable houses in several regions.

TOKİ, with its rapid housing production practices, aims to meet 5% -10% of the housing need of Turkey.

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The social housing program of TOKİ targets mainly the low and middle-income people who cannot own a housing unit under the existing market conditions. Social housing program consist the projects targeting poor groups, low-income families, middle-income families and urban transformation projects, and additionally the housing projects under the title of disaster management and restructuring.

The other activities are mainly the agricultural village projects, migrant dwellings, restoration of buildings of historical-cultural importance, cooperative credits and housing credits for victims of war.

Within the scope of the 'Planned Urbanization and Housing Development Mobilization' of the Governments of Republic of Turkey, since 2002; 847.954 housing units' productions in 81 provinces have been given start at 3.724 construction sites, by TOKİ. (by September 2019)

727.252 of the houses produced (86,27%) are social type housing units.

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The number of sold houses is 746.618 and the number of delivered houses is 716.013. 6.038 tenders amounting to 113 Billion ₺. (including VAT) has been finalized at construction and project stages.

The main target for the 2019-2023 period is to produce 250 thousand new houses with enhanced quality and characteristics.
Community Gardens are being expanded in 81 provinces in order to create healthy living spaces in our cities and to increase the standards of urban green spaces and quality of life. This will be carried out with the local government and related institutions under the leadership of the Ministry of Environment and Urbanization on an area of 81 million m² until 2023.
TOKI, with the models it has developed, functions as an umbrella rather than a competing body in the housing sector of Turkey in awareness of its responsibility as a guiding, supervising and educating organization and undertakes a significant role in production prioritizing the demands and solvency of the target masses in need.
In this context, the Administration carries on its housing production activities throughout the country in view of priorities and needs;
◊ Urban Regeneration and Slum Transformation Projects in cooperation with the Municipalities,
◊ Social housing projects for low and middle income target groups,
◊ Establishing example settlement units in our medium-scale provinces and districts,
◊ Development of the historic fabric and local architecture,
◊ Increase of educational and social facilities as well as other social facilities, forestation and landscapes, and
◊ Projects to build at least one Community Garden in each province, shall be highlighted.

Service typeShinkansen
LocaleHonshu, Japan
First service10 June 1962 (Limited express)
15 November 1982 (Shinkansen)
Current operator(s)JR East
Former operator(s)JNR
Line(s) usedJoetsu Shinkansen
On-board services
Class(es)Standard + Green
Catering facilitiesTrolley service
Rolling stockE2 series, E4 series, E7 series
Track gauge1,435 mm (4 ft 812 in)
Electrification25 kV AC (50 Hz), overhead
Operating speed240 km/h (150 mph)

The Toki (とき) is a high-speed Shinkansen train service operated by East Japan Railway Company (JR East) on the Joetsu Shinkansen in Japan.[1]

The name is taken from the Japanese name of the crested ibis, for which Niigata is famous.

Station Stops[edit]

  • Ueno*
  • Kumagaya*
  • Honjo-Waseda*
  • Takasaki*
  • Jomo-Kogen*
  • Echigo-Yuzawa*
  • Urasa*
  • Nagaoka*
  • Tsubame-Sanjo*

(*) Not served by all trains

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Rolling stock[edit]

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  • E2 series 10-car sets (from 26 January 2013)[2]
  • E4 series 8-car sets (Max Toki)
  • E7 series 12-car sets (Toki)
  • An E2 series set

  • An E4 series set on a Max Toki service in January 2006

Former rolling stock[edit]

  • E1 series 12-car sets (Max Toki) (until 28 September 2012)
  • 200 series 10-car 'K' sets (until 15 March 2013)
  • A refurbished E1 series set

  • A refurbished 200 series set


Limited express[edit]

A 181 series EMU on a Toki service in 1982

The name Toki was first introduced on 10 June 1962 for limited express services operating between Ueno in Tokyo and Niigata on the Joetsu Line. This service operated until 14 November 1982, the day before the Joetsu Shinkansen opened.[3]


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From the start of services on the newly opened Jōetsu Shinkansen on 15 November 1982, Toki became the name used for the all-stations shinkansen services operating initially between Ōmiya and Niigata, later between Ueno and Niigata, and eventually between Tokyo and Niigata.[3]

The Toki name was discontinued from October 1997 following the introduction of new Tanigawa all-stations services between Tokyo and Echigo-Yuzawa. However, the name was reinstated from December 2002 to replace the name Asahi used for all Tokyo to Niigata trains.[1]

E2 series 10-car sets were re-introduced on four return Toki services daily from 26 January 2013, operating at a maximum speed of 240 km/h.[2][4]

Special train services[edit]

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A special Joetsu Shinkansen 30th Anniversary (上越新幹線開業30周年号」, Jōetsu Shinkansen Kaigyō 30-shūnen-gō) service ran as Toki 395 from Omiya to Niigata on 17 November 2012 using 10-car 200 series set K47.[5]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ abJR新幹線&特急列車ファイル [JR Shinkansen & Limited Express Train File]. Japan: Kotsu Shimbun. 2008. ISBN978-4-330-00608-6.
  2. ^ ab上越新幹線でE2系の定期運用再開 [E2 series returns to regular duties on Joetsu Shinkansen]. Japan Railfan Magazine Online (in Japanese). Japan: Koyusha Co., Ltd. 27 January 2013. Archived from the original on 23 October 2017. Retrieved 23 October 2017.
  3. ^ ab列車名鑑1995 [Train Name Directory 1995]. Japan: Railway Journal. August 1995.
  4. ^E2系車両を上越新幹線に投入! [E2 series trains to be introduced on Joetsu Shinkansen] (PDF). News Release (in Japanese). Japan: East Japan Railway Company. 16 November 2012. Retrieved 16 November 2012.
  5. ^'とき'395号「上越新幹線開業30周年記念号」運転 [Toki 395 'Joetsu Shinkansen 30th Anniversary']. Japan Railfan Magazine Online (in Japanese). Japan: Koyusha Co., Ltd. 18 November 2012. Retrieved 18 November 2012.

External links[edit]

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Toki (train).
  • 200 series Yamabiko/Toki/Nasuno/Tanigawa(in Japanese)
  • E1 series Max Toki/Max Tanigawa at the Wayback Machine (archived 22 July 2011) (in Japanese)
  • E4 series Max Toki/Max Tanigawa(in Japanese)

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