Typhoon No. 19 Shinkansen Metropolitan area Expressway Traffic impact summary (15th) October 15th 4:29

The typhoon No. 19 has almost eliminated the operation of railways in the Tokyo metropolitan area, but some of the freight lines such as the Hokuriku Shinkansen have been suspended for some days on the 15th.


On the 14th, the Yamagata Shinkansen resumes on the 14th, and the Shinkansen other than the Hokuriku Shinkansen operates as usual on the 15th.

The Hokuriku Shinkansen has been shortened between Nagano Station and Joetsu Myoko Station in Niigata Prefecture, but will continue to operate in the next section.

▽ Tokyo-Nagano ▽ Kanazawa-Joetsu Myoko

JR conventional lines in the Tokyo metropolitan area

On the afternoon of the conventional line, all Kururi Lines and the Sotobo Line that run in Chiba Prefecture resumed operation on the afternoon of 14th.

Of these, JR in the Tokyo metropolitan area has forgotten driving on the next section for 15 days. (Both up and down lines)

▽ Chuo Main Line Takao-Otsuki ▽ Koumi Line Komoro -Nobeyama ▽ Mizugun Line Hitachi-Omiya -Koriyama ▽ Azuma Line Nakanojo -Omae ▽ Ryoge Line Ashikaga -Oyama

Private railway lines in the Tokyo metropolitan area

Private railways stop driving on the following routes.

▽ Tobu Railway Sano Line All Lines ▽ Tobu Railway Nikko Line Kurihashi-Tochigi Shinkanuma-Shimoimaichi ▽ Keio Electric Railway Keio Zoo Line All Lines

On the Odakyu Odawara Line, there is no connection between Hadano Station and Shin-Matsuda Station, but it will resume at around 5pm on the 15th.

Metropolitan expressway

On the night of the 14th, the highway was closed from the Hachioji Junction around the Chuo Expressway to the Akiruno Interchange.

On the other hand, the next section continues to be closed.

▽ Chuo Expressway Otsuki IC-Hachioji JCT Up and Down Lines