Today U-Turn Rush Peak West Japan is disturbed by traffic due to a typhoon August 15 2:09
The U-turn rush of those who spent their time at Obon in their hometown and resorts peaked on the 15th, but the schedule for Shinkansen and empty flights is expected to be greatly disturbed, especially in western Japan.
As for the trains on each Shinkansen line and domestic flights from various locations to Haneda and Osaka, the 15th was expected to be the peak of U-turn rush congestion.
However, due to the approach of Typhoon No. 10, the Sanyo Shinkansen decided to cancel service between Shin-Osaka and Kokura, and more than 500 flights were canceled due to domestic flights, mainly in western Japan. It has a big impact on the people who spent it.
On the other hand, the U-turn rush congestion on the expressway line started on the 14th. On the 15th, the Kanetsu Expressway was climbed, and at around 5pm, 35km starting from around the Takasaka service area in Saitama Prefecture. Heavy traffic jams are expected and traffic jams are expected in various places.
According to expressway companies, there is a risk of traffic jams different from the original forecast due to the impact of the typhoon, and there are sections that are expected to be closed in the future, calling for the latest information to be confirmed.