Summary of railway operation updates due to COVID-19 – West Japan (as of November 6, 2020)

Summary of railway operation updates due to COVID-19 - West Japan

We have summarized the status of updates in operation schedules of each railway operator due to COVID-19 (as of November 6, 2020, excluding in normal operation). Please check the latest operation status before using. Izu Kyuko Some local trains are canceled from evening to night. The last train will be moved up at some stations. JR Central The Tokaido Shinkansen is operated by a special timetable based on the number of passengers. Some extra “Nozomi” trains will be set up on days when a number of passengers are expected. Meitetsu Of “μ-SKY” (Meitetsu-Gifu, Shin-Unuma and Meitetsu Nagoya – Central Japan International Airport), 22 trains on weekdays and 35 on Weekends…

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Operation resumed on Heisei Chikuho Railway Tagawa Line between Saigawa and Yusubaru (updated on July 18, 2020)

Operation resumed on Heisei Chikuho Railway Tagawa Line between Saigawa and Yusubaru

Heisei Chikuho Railway (平成筑豊鉄道) resumed the train operation on Tagawa Line (田川線) in the section between Saigawa Station (HC24: 犀川, Fukuoka) and Yusubaru Station (HC21: 油須原, Fukuoka) on Saturday, July 18, 2020, that has been disrupted due to the effects of the heavy rain disaster in July, 2020. 横山 勝巳 / Yokoyama Katsumiスマートフォンアプリ「乗換路線図」の路線図デザイナーとして、日本全国のみならず世界各国の鉄道路線図の制作を手がける。そのかたわら、刻一刻と変わりゆく鉄道業界の出来事を整理し、わかりやすく発信する目的で鉄道・交通系ライター業をスタート。大阪府堺市出身。 The longest railway line in Hong Kong is born – MTR Tuen Ma Line opened on June 27Seoul Subway Line 7 extended on May 22 – Seongnam – Sangok – Bupyeong-gu Office[Service Status] Kutchan – Shikaribetsu on the Hakodate Line is disrupted in 2 weeksSet your Author Custom HTML Tab Content on your Profile page

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