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[About the operation plan for the Hokuriku Shinkansen (between Tokyo and Nagano) until October 24]
[Regarding travels with the Hokuriku Shinkansen (bound for Kanazawa) and the Chūō Line (bound for Kōfu and Matsumoto)]
Due to the influence of Typhoon No.19, there are still ongoing suspensions of train services in some sections of the Hokuriku Shinkansen. Please check the following information for details about the alternative routes.
Bound for Kanazawa Tokaido Shinkansen through the Maibara Station
Bound for Matsumoto Hokuriku Shinkansen through Nagano Station, Tokaido Shinkansen through Nagoya Station
Bound for Kōfu Tokaido Shinkansen through the Shizuoka Station
[Expected resumption of direct operation on the Hokuriku Shinkansen (between Tokyo and Kanazawa)]
Due to the influence of Typhoon No.19, the operations in some sections on Hokuriku Shinkansen (between Nagano and Joetsu-Myoko) have been suspended, but since the recovery work and safety ensuring is close to the end, it is expected to resume the direct operation to Hokuriku Shinkansen (between Tokyo and Kanazawa) from October 25th.
There may be changes to the operation plan in the future.
Due to the flood damage to Shinkansen vehichles at Nagano Shinkansen Center, it will be operated with a limited number of vehicles. Train vehicles for Hokuriku Shinkansen is about 80 percent and about 90 percent will be secured for direct trains from Tokyo to Kanazawa.
We will inform the detailed schedule on October 23rd.
We will continued to increase the number of trains even after resuming direct operation.
[About Chuo Line operation plan]
The operation of the Chuo Line, Takao-Otsuki, which had been suspended due to the influence of Typhoon No. 19, resumed operation at around 11:00 on October 18th. We are operating between Takao and Sagamiko Station on a single outbound line. Also, trains are operationg a shuttle service from Sagamiko station to Otsuki/Kofu. For the restart of regular operations, it is expected that the recovery work will last until around the end of October.
[After October 21st］
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Schedule changes for the Tohoku and Akita Shinkansen between October 26 and October 31, 2019
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