Railroad companies in the Tokyo metropolitan area have announced that they will reduce the number of trains operating during weekday commuting hours between long holidays due to the state of emergency.

This reduction in flights may not be reflected in the timetables and search apps posted at stations, and railway companies are calling for confirmation on their websites.

Nine major railway companies in the Tokyo metropolitan area, such as JR East and Tokyo Metro, will reduce the number of trains operated in response to the state of emergency.

According to each company, most of them are on weekdays between the Golden Week holidays on the 30th of this month and the 6th and 7th of next month, mainly during the morning commuting hours. There are 28, and the other companies have only a few.

Each company says that it will not advance the last train because it is not requested by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government.

JR East

Of these, JR East has seven lines: ▽ Yamanote Line, ▽ Keihin Tohoku Line, ▽ Chuo Line Rapid Train, ▽ Chuo / Sobu Line Local Train, ▽ Joban Rapid Line, ▽ Keiyo Line, ▽ Ome Line. 88 trains will be suspended from 6:00 to 10:00, which is about 80% of the normal number, and 13 trains will be suspended from 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm.

Tokyo metro

In addition, Tokyo Metro will suspend 28 trains from 7:00 to 9:00 in the morning on four lines: ▽ Marunouchi Line, ▽ Ginza Line, ▽ Namboku Line, and ▽ Tozai Line.

Toei Subway

The Toei Subway will reduce the number of trains operated by about 10% to 20% during the rush hours of the Oedo Line from 7:00 am to 9:00 am.

▽ Asakusa Line, ▽ Mita Line, ▽ Shinjuku Line are as usual.

Tobu Railway

Tobu Railway will suspend 10 trains on the Sky Tree Line, Nikko Line, and Tobu Line from 5 am to 9 am, going up and down, or some sections will be suspended.

Seibu Railway

Seibu Railway will suspend 9 trains on the Ikebukuro Line, Shinjuku Line, and Haijima Line from 7:00 am to 8:00 am, including up and down trains.

Keisei Electric Railway

Keisei Electric Railway will suspend two trains between Keisei Ueno Station and Keisei Takasago Station on weekdays, going up and down at 9 o'clock, and on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays, going up at 8 o'clock and going down at 9 o'clock. Will be suspended for some sections.

From the 29th of this month to the 9th of next month.

Keio Electric Railway

Keio Electric Railway will suspend a total of 6 trains going up and down from 7:00 am to 9:00 am on the Keio Line and Inokashira Line.

Odakyu Electric Railway

Odakyu Electric Railway will suspend five semi-express trains going up from 8:00 am to 9:00 am in the section from Seijogakuenmae Station to Yoyogi-Uehara Station.

Tokyu Corporation

Tokyu Corporation will suspend 14 trains on the Ikegami Line and Setagaya Line from 6 am to 10 am, going up and down.

Keikyu Electric Railway

Keikyu Electric Railway will cancel the operation between Shinagawa Station and Kanazawa Bunko Station for the three limited express trains from the Keikyu Main Line to the Kurihama Line at 8:00 am, and some trains on Saturdays 1st and 8th. Turn the 12-car train into an 8-car train.

Toden Arakawa Line

The Toden-Arakawa Line will be changed to a Saturday schedule, and the number of trains operating will be reduced by about 20% to 30%, mainly in the morning.

Nippori-Toneri Liner

Nippori-Toneri Liner will be changed to Saturday / holiday schedule, and the number of trains will be reduced by about 20%.

Toei Bus

Toei buses will be changed to Saturdays, holidays and temporary schedules, and the number of buses will be reduced by about 20% to 30%.

All late-night buses after 11:00 pm will be closed.

Tokyu Bus

The Tokyu Bus has three routes departing from Shibuya Station and Meguro Station, and will reduce the number of buses at 10 pm on weekdays 30th this month and 6th and 7th next month during the Golden Week holidays.

Keihin Kyuko Bus

The Keihin Kyuko Bus will be closed on Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays, the last flight will be advanced, and the number of night flights will be reduced for the time being from the 29th on six routes departing from Oimachi Station, Omori Station, Kamata Station, etc.

Tachikawa Bus

The Tachikawa Bus has three routes departing from Tachikawa Station and Kunitachi Station, and from the 29th to the 9th of next month, we will reduce the last flights and some flights between 11:00 pm and midnight.

Other bus companies may also be suspended due to the fact that the university has become an online class and facilities such as parks have been closed.

Tama City Monorail / Yurikamome / Rinkai Line

The number of trains on the Tama City Monorail, Yurikamome Line, and Rinkai Line of the Tokyo Seaside High-speed Railway will be reduced by changing to Saturday / holiday schedules.