Regarding the project cost between Kanazawa and Tsuruga on the Hokuriku Shinkansen, which is delayed in opening, the project team of the ruling party demanded a burden of up to 14 billion yen for Fukui and Ishikawa prefectures, and the rest will be paid by JR I agreed to cover it with FILP as collateral.

The Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism says that it will provide support for community development along railway lines and parallel conventional lines that are affected by the delay in opening.

Regarding the Hokuriku Shinkansen between Kanazawa and Tsuruga, the national verification committee has proposed to extend the opening time by about one year from the scheduled spring of 2023, and to increase the additional project cost to about 265.8 billion yen. bulge in the project cost more than 300 billion yen that prospect is not set of financial resources Te, at the meeting of 16 days opened the ruling party project team, discussions were exchanged for financial resources.

As a result, out of the 300 billion yen more than the prospect is not set of financial resources, catering, etc. Fiscal Investment and Loan Program, which was backed by line of user fees paid by JR the more than 210 billion yen, the local burden, such as to take advantage of the local allocation tax It was approved that the actual burden on Fukui and Ishikawa prefectures would be up to about 14 billion yen by taking measures to curb the situation.

In addition, the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism has decided to consider measures to support the town development of local governments along the railway lines and the operating companies of parallel conventional lines, which will be affected by the delay in opening by about one year.

After the meeting, the project team chairman Hiroyuki Hosoda said, "I think that the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism has clarified a responsible attitude. I would like to expect the contents of such a budget because there are ministerial negotiations tomorrow."