In order to curb the flow of people by declaring an emergency, Toei buses running in Tokyo will reduce the number of buses operating on weekdays until the 7th, including long holidays, while taking measures such as issuing extra flights on congested routes. There is no noticeable congestion.

In response to the state of emergency, Toei Bus has reduced the number of buses operated by about 20% to 30% depending on the route for three days on the 30th, 6th and 7th of last month.

However, of the 131 routes, the routes where the number of passengers is not expected to decrease during the morning rush hours were operated without reducing the number of flights, and if the number of users increased more than expected, it would be temporary. It means that we have taken measures to deliver flights.

Bus users for the past three days tended to be less than normal weekdays on the 30th of last month, while on the 6th and 7th, they tended to be on par with or slightly less than normal weekdays. It is said that it has not been done.

It means that it is a normal diamond after the 8th.

As for transportation in the Greater Tokyo area, JR East reduced the number of trains on weekdays, and as a result, it was congested. I have canceled the club.