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The elevated road that crosses the Nippou Main Line in the back is Oita Prefectural Road No. 51 Beppu Kokuma Line.
 

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Oita Prefectural Road No. 51 Beppu Kitama

Nippo Main Line

Nippo Main Line(Nippou Honsen) isFukuokaKitakyushuKokurakita Ward OfKokura StationからOita Station,Nobeoka Station,Miyazaki StationandMiyakonojo StationViaKagoshimaKagoshima OfKagoshima StationTie upKyushu passenger railway(JR Kyushu)Railway line(Main line).

Overview

From Kitakyushu City, Fukuoka PrefectureOitaNakatsu-Oita City-Saiki City,MiyazakiNobeoka-Miyazaki CityVia major cities in Eastern Kyushu such asKyusyuIt is a line that runs through the eastern part and connects to Kagoshima City, Kagoshima Prefecture.Fukuoka City-Kitakyushu metropolitan areaThere are many limited express trains that connect the area along the railway line.Most of the routesNational Route 10You can see the road from the train window (however, between Oita and Saiki)National Route 197-National Route 217But between Miyazaki and MiyakonojoNational Route 269Runs parallel to the line, and Route 10 goes through the inland area away from the line).

The starting point is Kokura Station,1987 becomeNishikokura StationToKagoshima Main Line OfHomeThe section between Kokura Station and Nishi-Kokura Station overlaps with the Kagoshima Main Line.

Between Kokura Station and Yukuhashi StationPassenger business rulesStipulated bySuburban sectionIt is included in the "Fukuoka suburbs section" of.

Kokura Station- Kozaki Stationwhile,Sadohara Station - Tano StationBetween andKokubun Station --Between Kagoshima Station[Annotation 1] TheICBoarding card"SUGOCAIs included in the usage area.However, it cannot be used across the areas between Kokura Station-Kozaki Station, Satohara Station-Tano Station, Kokubu Station-Kagoshima Station.[3][4].

This is a line compatible with the real-time train location information system for the general public (all lines between Kokura Station and Kagoshima Chuo Station).Real-time train location information can be used within the smartphone app "JR Kyushu App"[5].

Also, from September 2018, 9, between Kokura Station and Yukuhashi StationStation numberingWas enacted, and the line symbol of the Nippou Line isJF,The line color became blue[6].

Route data

  • Jurisdiction/route distance (Operating kilo):
  • Gauge: 1067mm
  • Number of stations: 111
    • When limited to passenger stations belonging to the Nippou Line, Kokura Station and Kagoshima Station belonging to the Kagoshima Main Line are excluded.[7], 109 stations.Nishi-Kokura Station is a branch station from the Kagoshima Main Line, but belongs to the Nippou Main Line.[7].
  • Double line section: between Kokura Station-Tateishi Station, Nakayamaga Station-Kuchitsuki Station, Hiji Station-Oita Station
  • Electrified section: All lines (AC 20,000V / 60Hz)
    • Overhead line configuration:Simple catenary method, The suspension wire is a galvanized steel stranded wire (nominal cross-sectional area: 135 mm² north of Oita, 90 mm² south of Oita, outer diameter: 15 mm, 12 mm, tension: 2t, 1t), trolley overhead wire, grooved copper wire (GT) (nominal) Cross-sectional area: 110 mm², outer diameter: 12.34 mm, tension 1 t)
  • Closure method: Automatic closure type
  • Security device:ATS-SK,ATS-DK(As of the end of August 2017, Kokura Station-Saiki Station, Nobeoka Station-Minami Miyazaki Station[8])
  • maximum speed:
    • 130 km / h (between Kokura Station and Oita Station)[2])
    • 110 km / h (between Oita Station-Saiki Station, Nobeoka Station-Miyazaki Station)
    • 100 km / h (between Hayato Station and Kagoshima Station)
    • 90 km / h (between Kokubu Station and Hayato Station)
    • 85 km / h (between Saiki Station and Nobeoka Station, between Miyazaki Station and Kokubu Station)
  • Operation command center: Hakata General Command Center, Oita Command Center, Minami Miyazaki Command Center

The jurisdiction section of each branch office is as follows.

The boundary between the head office and the Oita branch is between the Yamakunigawa Bridge (crossing the prefectural border) and the traffic light inside the Nakatsu station, and the boundary between the Oita branch and the Kagoshima branch is between the Nobuoka entrance and the prefectural border of the XNUMXth Sotaro Tunnel.

Passenger fare / ticket related

Passenger fare system
Except for the metropolitan suburbs section described belowMain lineFare
Suburban section(Passenger business rulesby)
ICBoarding cardCorresponding section[4]

Along line

Between Kokura Station and Nakatsu Station

Between Kokura Station and Jono StationKitakyushuThe area between Jono Station and Yukuhashi Station is a residential area near Kitakyushu City, and you can see a large-scale industrial area near Kanda Station.South of Gyobashi Station, the number of residential areas decreases, and the countryside expands except for the urban areas around Shindembaru Station, Tsuiki Station, Shiida Station, and Unoshima Station.Also, between Buzen Matsue Station and Unoshima Station from the train windowSuo NadaとBuzen Power StationOverlooking the surrounding industrial park.Between Yoshitomi Station and Nakatsu StationYamakuni RiverCrossed and entered Nakatsu City, Oita Prefecture,Nakatsu StationArrive at.

Between Nakatsu Station and Saiki Station

After passing through the city of Nakatsu, the number of residential areas decreases, and the landscape becomes vast.Along this lineNakatsu PlainIs one of the best breadbaskets in Oita prefecture.After passing Usa stationKunishigashimaAt the baseTateishi PassIs approaching.

The section between Usa Station and Tateishi Station crosses the Tateishi Pass, along the mountainous area, at the Tateishi Pass.Tateishi tunnelPass through.South of Hiji StationNational Route 10AlongBeppu BayEntering Oita City.Between Beppu Station and Oita Station, one is the sea (Beppu Bay) and the other is the mountain (Beppu Bay).Takasaki Mountain) Run inside.After leaving Oita stationOita RiverAfter crossing, to the north side for a whileNippon Steel & Sumitomo Metal Oita WorksOverlooking the industrial area where such things are lined up.It runs relatively in the city to Kozaki station, but runs in the mountains south of Kozaki station, and there are many tunnels.Between Usuki Station and Tsukumi Station, you can get a glimpse of the cement factories that are the industry of Tsukumi City.Partially along the coast (Bungo Channel) Also runs.Hishiro StationとAzamui StationBetweenBungo FutigauraCan be seen.

Between Saiki Station and Nobeoka Station

Most of this section passes through the mountains, and the city areaSaiki StationAround andNobeoka StationOnly around.All stations along the wayMujin-ekiSo, there are few stations where the station building remains.Limited express also this section lasts about 1 hourTrain exchangeForDriving stopOther than non-stop.In addition, the number of regular trains is extremely small compared to other sections because it passes through the prefectural border.In addition, almost all of this section is parallel to Route 10.

Between Nobeoka Station and Kagoshima Station

NobeokaとHyuga CityFrom the vicinity of Mimitsu StationMiyazaki Plainto go into.From the gap in the forest, run along the coast with few curves to Takanabe StationHinata NadaCan be seen and hidden.From near Tano StationCrocodile mountainsFrom the vicinity of Yamanokuchi StationMiyakonojo BasinCross.From near Takarabe StationMt. KirishimaBeyond the mountain hem,Silas PlateauSew down the middle of the steep slope ofKokubun plainとAira PlainCross.From Shigetomi StationKagoshima BayAlongSakurajimaArrive at Kagoshima station while hoping for.The train gets on the Kagoshima Main LineKagoshima Chuo StationHead to.

Usage situation

Transport density

Average number of people passing by section (Transport density), Passenger transportation revenue is as follows[9].

年度Average passing personnel (person/day)Passenger transportation revenue
(Million yen / year)
All sectionsOgura-NakatsuNakatsu-OitaOita-SaikiSaiki-NobeokaNobeoka-Minami MiyazakiMinami Miyazaki-MiyakonojoMiyakonojo-KokubuKokubu-Kagoshima
198710,24934,77613,4558,0503,4286,1494,3982,0299,875-
20169,13229,00314,5035,6171,0496,2043,7951,48711,21421,164
20179,697 [*** 1]29,26614,7266,948 [*** 2]7936,0283,6241,47811,32921,291
  1. ^ Results excluding the value between "Oita-Saiki" including the section that was closed for a long time due to the influence of Typhoon No. 18.
  2. ^ Calculated based on actual results excluding the period of interruption due to typhoon No. 18.

Congestion rate

The congestion rate in 2018 is 46% for rapid trains and 97% for normal trains.[10]..The rapid transport personnel of 353 is almost the same as the total number of seats (811 seats) of 4 cars of 813 series and 3 cars of 348 series, and the difference in congestion rate is remarkable compared to normal.

Operation form

Honor train

Currently, the operation system is generally divided at Oita Station / Miyazaki Station or Minami Miyazaki Station, but once it was Kokura Station-Hakata Station / Mojiko Station, which runs through the entire section between Kagoshima Station- Nishi Kagoshima StationThe train between them was also set.Directly to HonshuLimited express,ExpressWas also in operation, but due to the timetable revision on March 2009, 3, between Tokyo Station and Oita StationExpress train with sleeping berths"FujiWas abolished at the end.Oita City, Miyazaki City and Fukuoka City, which are the major cities along the railway lineKyushu Expressway-Oita Expressway-Miyazaki ExpresswayBecause the distance is significantly shorter than the railroads via the Kagoshima Main Line and Nippou Main Line, competition with private cars and highway buses running on these highways is fierce.in particularFukuoka-MiyazakiandShin-Yatsushiro-MiyazakiIs a subsidiaryJR Kyushu BusWe are entering the highway bus at[11], The number of railway passengers in this section has decreased significantly.Parallel to the Nippou LineHigashikyushu ExpresswayIs a provisional two-lane expressway, but since the entire line has been opened from Kitakyushu City to Miyazaki City, there are places where it competes with highway buses.Beppu / Oita-Nobeoka / Miyazaki, Nobeoka-Miyazaki highway bus service, JR Kyushu Bus has also entered.

Limited express trains departing from and arriving at Hakata Station as day trainsSonicIs the limited express between Kokura Station and Saiki Station on this line, and some of them depart and arrive at Kokura Station and Saiki Station based on departures and arrivals at Oita Station.Nichirin, Limited express departing from and arriving at Hakata StationNichirin Sea GaiaIs operated between Kokura Station and Minami Miyazaki Station.Some "Nichirin" and "Nichirin Seagaia"Miyazaki Airport StationDirectly to. From March 2017, 3, on some limited express trainsOne-man drivingHas started.

As a night train on Kyushu Island, until the timetable revision on March 2011, 3, "Dream NichirinWas driven between Hakata Station-Minami Miyazaki Station and Miyazaki Airport Station.

Beppu Station-between Oita StationHisadai Main Line-Hohi Main LineIn addition to running a direct limited express, the limited express "Nichirin" that complements the Miyazaki prefecture section between Nobeoka Station and Minami Miyazaki StationHyuga, And the limited express between Miyazaki Station and Kagoshima StationKirishimaIs also being driven. "Kirishima" was released in March 2004Kyushu ShinkansenDue to the timetable revision accompanying the partial opening, the number of trains departing from and arriving at Kirishima Jingu Station and Kokubu Station has increased.touristTransportation and in the Kagoshima areaHome linerIt also played a role as. In the timetable revision accompanying the opening of all Kyushu Shinkansen lines in March 2011, the number of "Kirishima" departing from and arriving at Kirishima Jingu Station and Kokubu Station was reduced, and the operating section of some trains was extended to Miyazaki Station. "Kirishima" was increased.As a result, it has also taken on the role of a Shinkansen access limited express from western Miyazaki Prefecture.

In addition, the limited express "Kirishima", "Nichirin", and "Sonic" are all green cars that follow the route.36 Plus 3Has been in operation since October 2020, 10.

The daytime limited express trains that run on the Nippou Line are as follows.Some trains departing from and arriving at stations on the way are omitted.

  • Sonic: (Hakata Station-Directly connected to Kagoshima Main Line)-Kokura Station-(Part) Nakatsu Station-Oita Station-((Part) Saiki Station)
  • Nichirin: ((Part) Kokura Station) --Oita Station-(Part) Saiki Station --Minami Miyazaki Station-((Part) Miyazaki Airport Station)
  • Nichirin Sea Gaia: (Hakata Station-Kagoshima Main Line Direct)-Kokura Station-Minami Miyazaki Station-(Miyazaki Airport Station)
  • Yufu / Yufuin Forest: Beppu Station-Oita Station- (Directly to the Kyudai Main Line)
  • Kyushu crossing limited express: Beppu Station-Oita Station- (Directly to Hohi Main Line)
  • Play!: Beppu Station-Oita Station- (Directly to Hohi Main Line)
  • Hyuga: Nobeoka Station --Minami Miyazaki Station-- (Miyazaki Airport Station)
  • Kirishima: Miyazaki Station-Kagoshima Station-(Kagoshima Chuo Station)
  • Umiyuki Yamayuki: Miyazaki Station --Minami Miyazaki Station-- (Directly to the Nichinan Line)
  • Hayato wind: (Yoshimatsu Station-Directly on the Hisatsu Line)-Hayato Station-Kagoshima Station-(Kagoshima Chuo Station)
  • 36 Plus 3: (Kagoshima Chuo Station) → Miyazaki Station, (Miyazaki Airport Station) → Beppu Station, Oita Station → (Mojiko Station → Hakata Station)

Regional transportation

GenerallyNakatsu Station-Saiki Station-Nobeoka Station-Miyazaki Station-Miyakonojo StationThe operation system is divided by.2009 May 10More in all sectionsOne-man drivingIs being implemented.

For a summary of the vehicles used in ordinary and fast trains in each section, see "Vehicles used" section.#Normal / fast trainSee.Unless otherwise specified, the number of trains operated in each section is for ordinary and high-speed trains, and the vehicle type is for trains unless otherwise specified.

It is a one-man train fare collection method, but between Kokura Station-Saeki Station / Kokubu Station-Kagoshima Station, all doors open at all stations Station collection method (urban one-man),Kamioka Station - Kirishima Jingu StationDuring the period, when the train is stopped outside business hours at unmanned stations and manned stations, only the door of the vehicle in front opens (the middle door does not open and the passenger gets off before getting on the back), and the numbered ticket is issued and the fare is collected in the car. Is.However,Sotaro StationAbout getting off before getting on.2006 (18)May 3Until then, the current urban one-man section was also an in-car collection type, but the next18 daysIt became the current operation mode from the timetable revision of.

Between Kokura Station and Nakatsu Station

Between Kokura Station and Usa Station, in addition to trains departing from and arriving at Mojiko Station and Kokura Station,HonshuAcrossSanyo Main LineShimonoseki StationThere is also a direct train to.2005 Until March 9Shin-Yamaguchi StationThere was also a direct train to.Between Moji Station and Shimonoseki StationAlternating current-DC OfDead sectionBecause there is, all trains that go directly to Shimonoseki Station are for both AC and DC.415 seriesDriven by train.During the daytime, there is a train that goes back to Shindembaru Station or Yukuhashi Station between the trains that go back to Nakatsu Station. ..In this sectionYanagigaura StationToNight berthTherefore, trains departing from and arriving at Yanagigaura are set from night to midnight and early in the morning.Some trains depart and arrive at Usa Station.

In this section, one train goes up in the morning and a fast train from Yanagigaura to Mojiko runs.Yanagigaura Station-between Nakatsu Station and Jono Station-between Mojiko Station stops at each station. Before the timetable revision on March 1, 2018, there were 3 rapid trains going down in the evening (17 for Nakatsu and 3 for Nakatsu).UsaTo) I was driving.During the JNR era, rapid trains were operated at different stations than they are today.

2009 May 3From the timetable revision of, mainly departing from and arriving at Mojiko Station and Kokura StationDiamondDue to the change to, the number of trains that go directly to Shimonoseki Station is limited to morning and evening.Also, during the daytime, the operation of 415 series decreased.813 seriesDriving with 3 trains has increased. From October 2009, 10, one-man operation has started on the 1 series trains used during the day.[Annotation 2]..The vehicle used is during the morning and evening rush hoursMinami Fukuoka vehicle ward・ Some trains operate in 415-811 car trains by Series 813 of Oita Vehicle Center and Series 6 and 8 of Minami Fukuoka Vehicle District, and are operated every 10-20 minutes between Kokura Station and Nakatsu Station.During the daytime, 813-car trains of 3 series and 415-car trains of 4 series are used, and one train runs every 10-20 minutes between Kokura Station and Yukuhashi Station, and 1-20 minutes between Yukuhashi Station and Nakatsu Station. One train is operated.There is also one train per hour between Kokura Station and Shindembaru Station.

In addition, between Kokura Station and Jono StationHitahikoyama LineTrain also runs.

Between Nakatsu Station and Saiki Station

Centered around Oita StationAnother metropolitan areaMainly operates the section.In the suburbs of Oita City (between Hiji Station / Kamegawa Station-Oita Station-Ozai Station / Kozaki Station), one train runs every 10-45 minutes.The section beyond that (Kitsuki Station / Oga Station-Hiji Station) and Nakatsu Station-Usa Station will be operated about once an hour.However, between Hiji Station and Kitsuki Station, after 1 o'clock, next to 1 o'clock, between Nakatsu Station and Usa Station, after 1 o'clock from Nakatsu, then 10:12, and from Usa, after 12 o'clock. At 14:11, there is an interval of about 13 hours.Between Kozaki Station and Usuki Station, there is one train per hour in the morning, but there is one train every 2-1 minutes from the afternoon to the last train. Before the timetable revision on March 1, 30, regular trains from Mojiko, Ogura, and Shimonoseki were operated once an hour from Yanagigaura Station and Usa Station, but from this revision, Nakatsu Station-Yanagigaura Station With the start of round-trip one-man operation between the trains, the operation system of ordinary trains was divided at Nakatsu Station in principle.Therefore, between Nakatsu Station-Yanagigaura Station and Usa Station during the daytime815 seriesMainly one-man operation by the two-car train, the direct trains to Mojiko and Ogura are in the form of rapid and ordinary trains in the morning and evening hours, and trains from Oita in that time zone are available. Some trains return at Yanagigaura Station instead of Nakatsu Station.For direct trains to Kokura / MojikoMinami Fukuoka vehicle wardBelonging811 series-813 seriesAnd South Fukuoka vehicle wardOita Vehicle CenterBelonging415 seriesAre operated in 4-8 car formations respectively.For that reason, one round trip (from Oita to Kokura, from Shimonoseki to Oita) is set for the direct trains to Oita and Kokura to send in the 415 series.

The number of trains between Usa Station-Kitsuki Station and Usuki Station-Saiki Station is small, and there are times when it is open for more than 2 hours during the day.This section is operated by Oita Vehicle Center Series 415 and 815.Stations where automatic ticket vending machines are not installed during one-man operation (currentlyNishiyashiki StationHowever, all the doors on the platform side will open, and the ticket and fare will be given to the station staff or put in the fare box.In addition, one-man operation will start between Saiki Station and Nobeoka Station on October 2009, 10, and two round trips of the regular train between Oita Station and Saiki Station will be made due to the delivery of the Kiha 1 series used in this section.Kiha 220 typeAlthough it was changed to single-line operation with diesel railcars, the operation with Kiha 2018 type was terminated due to the timetable revision on March 3, 17.

Until March 2008, 8Hohi Main Line-Hisadai Main LineOrdinary train fromHiji StationHowever, due to the Oita Station elevated project, the Hohi Main Line and Kyudai Main Line were elevated in advance on August 8 of the same year, and the elevation was not completed between the Hohi Main Line and the Nippou Main Line. Because I couldn't get inLaterof"Kyushu crossing limited expressThe entry was completed except for. The Nippou Line was also elevated on March 2012, 3, but at that time direct trains were not restored. With the timetable revision on March 17, 2015, direct operation of ordinary trains was restored, and diesel trains departing from and arriving at Kamegawa Station were set for Kamegawa from Nakagata / Miemachi, Mukainoharu from Kamegawa, and Oita from Kamegawa. It was abolished again by the timetable revision on March 3, 14.

2009年3月14日のダイヤ改正よりワンマン運転が中津駅まで延長されたため、宇佐駅 - 中山香駅間の普通列車が1日11往復から13往復に増発され中津駅 - 大分駅間が直通運転されるようになった。2013年3月16日の改正にて12往復に減らされた。

Between Saiki Station and Nobeoka Station

This section isOitaとMiyazakiPrefectural border mountainous area (Sotaro Pass).Due to the small population along the railway lines, the number of regular trains is extremely small, and there are no stations for limited express trains.Therefore, only ordinary trains can be used.Youth 18 ticketIt is one of the sections that are very difficult to use in[Annotation 3], Among the fans, "Over SotaroIt is called.

2004 (16)May 3With the revision of the timetable, regular trains except for 2 round tripsShigeoka Station-City shelf stationIt was turned back.Next time2005 (17)May 10After the revision, in addition to the two round trips between Saeki Station and Minami Nobeoka Station, the first train from Saeki to Nobeoka in the morning, then from Ichitana to Ichitana, from Ichitana to Minami Nobeoka, and the last train from Minami Nobeoka to Oita at night. (These trains are operated in the morning, evening, and night. Based on the number of trains, there are 2 round trips directly between Saeki and Nobeoka, and 1 round trip between Ichitana and Nobeoka).2018 (30)May 3With the revision of the schedule, the number of trains was further reduced to 1.5 round trips between Saiki Station and Nobeoka Station (1 downhill and 2 uphill) and 1.5 round trips between Saiki Station and Shigeoka Station (2 downhill and 1 uphill).[12]..For this reason, the trains from 6:7 to XNUMX:XNUMX will be the first and last trains on the descent between Shigeoka Station and Kita-Nobeoka Station (in the direction of Nobeoka).[Annotation 3]..The morning train bound for Saiki is the first train bound for Minami-Nobeoka, and the evening train bound for Shigeoka is bound for Oita.

This section is until March 2007, 3457/475 seriesIt was operated at.After that until September 2009, 9717 seriesAnd until March 2018, 3Kiha 220 typeIt is driven by a diesel train, and the return train at Shigeoka Station will start from the timetable revision on March 3th.815 series, Trains departing from and arriving at Nobeoka Station and Minami Nobeoka Station are for limited express trains787 seriesIt was changed to driving in[13].. For trains operated on the 787 series, only the leading car is treated as a customer.On outbound flights, where the regular / green car is the leading vehicle, green unreserved seats are also open (green tickets are sold in the car)[14]..In addition, although the number of regular trains is small, limited express trains make 1 round trips a day, and one train passes approximately every 8.5-1 hours, so all stations in this sectionExchange equipmentIs provided. From March 1993 to October 3, one round-trip limited express train was operated every hour, except for some times.

Between Nobeoka Station and Nishi-Miyakonojo Station

This section is mainly divided into Miyazaki Station and Minami Miyazaki Station, and there is about one regular train per hour between Nobuoka Station-Minami Miyazaki Station-Miyazaki Airport Station and Miyazaki Station-Saitojo Station (1 hour for limited express trains). (About one) is in operation.Miyazaki metropolitan areaThere is a section operation between Takanabe Station / Sadowara Station-Miyazaki Station-Tano Station in the suburbs, and a maximum of about 1 trains are operated per hour.One-man operation is supported in this section817 series-713 series-Kiha 47 seriesDriven by.Most trains operate between Nobuoka Station-Minami-Miyazaki Station / Miyazaki Airport Station and between Miyazaki Station / Minami-Miyazaki Station-Nishi-Miyakonojo Station, but some trains run directly between Nobuoka Station-Tojo Station-Nishi-Miyakonojo Station. Trains to and from Kagoshima Chuo Station are also in operation.Miyazaki Station-Minami Miyazaki Station on the Miyazaki Airport LineNichinan LineTrains also run, and some of them also run north of Miyazaki Station.Also,Yoshito Line-Hisatsu LineThere is also a train (1 round trip between Miyazaki Station-Yoshimatsu Station-Hayato Station). Due to the timetable revision on March 2017, 3, all 4-car trains have been made into one-man trains.

Nobeoka-Miyazaki speed-up improvement work

Between Nobeoka Station and Miyazaki StationMiyazaki Airport Line(Tayoshi Station- Miyazaki Airport Station(Pauses) In line with the openingTurnout-OrbitIncluding improvementsSpeeding upAlso go.This is NobeokaMiyazaki AirportTieAsahi Kasei OfhelicopterRegular in-house flights on September 1990, 2Crash that kills all 10 crew members and passengersThis is because Miyazaki Prefecture and Asahi Kasei were required to directly connect Nobeoka and Miyazaki Airport at a partial cost.Miyazaki Airport Line #HistorySee also).The section between Nobeoka Station and Miyazaki Station (84 km) is a single track with a maximum speed of 85 km / h, and there are many sharp curves, so it took about 75 minutes even for a limited express train. JR Kyushu estimates that it can be shortened to about 110 minutes by improving the roadbed to withstand a maximum speed of 60 km / h and replacing it with a turnout capable of high-speed passage, and will carry out speed-up improvement work.1991 Construction started in November.Construction is1994 Completed in November (6), the construction cost was 11 million yen and Asahi Kasei paid 24 million yen.

Miyakonojo Station-between Kagoshima Station and Kagoshima Chuo Station

Kagoshima metropolitan areaBetween Kokubu Station and Kagoshima Chuo Station in the suburbs, there are about two trains per hour (every 1-2 minutes), and up to four trains per hour during commuting hours such as morning and evening.There are few passengers between Nishi-Miyakonojo Station and Kokubu Station, and there are 20 round trips a day, with more than 80 hours free during the day.

All trains running between Saitojo Station and Kagoshima Station run to Kagoshima Chuo Station, and most trains return between Kokubu Station and Kagoshima Chuo Station.Some trains run to Minami Miyazaki Station, Miyazaki Station, Miyazaki Jingu Station, Sadowara Station, and Nobeoka Station.Some trains run beyond Kagoshima Chuo Station, and the farthest is the Kagoshima Main Line.Kawauchi StationGo straight to.Ryugamizu StationThen there are trains that even ordinary trains pass through.

In this section, mainly for one-man operation817 seriesIs used.Also, mainly during the morning and evening commuting hours415 seriesIs also used.In addition, in order to send trains that go directly to the Hisatsu Line and vehicles that operate on the Hisatsu Line and Kitto Line,Kiha 40 type, Kiha 47 typeSeveral railcar trains are also in operation. Until the 2015 timetable revision, the 817 series 6-car train was set from Miyakonojo to Kagoshima Chuo, which was the longest train in the Kagoshima branch office, but it was changed to the 415 series 4-car train by the revision.

freight train

As of the revision in March 2014 (Kitakyushu Freight Terminal Station)- Kokura Station - Minaminobeoka StationBetweenfreight trainIs operating.

Container carOrganized byHigh speed freight trainBut Kitakyushu Freight Terminal Station- Nobeoka StationThere is one round trip between them, and one round trip between Kitakyushu Freight Terminal Station and Minami Nobeoka Station.Dedicated freight trainIs only a special flight and there is no regular setting[15]..TowingLocomotiveIt is,ED76 typeElectric locomotive,EF81 typeElectric locomotive.

The departure and arrival stations of freight trains on the line areNishi-Oita Station, Nobeoka Station, Minami Nobeoka Station. Due to the timetable revision on March 2017, 3, Nishi-Oita Station-Minami-Nobeoka Station was operated only on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays.

In addition, since all high-speed freight trains on the Nippou Line do not have direct flights to Honshu, containers to Honshu are available at the Kitakyushu Freight Terminal in Kagoshima.Sanyo Main LineTransfer to a system flight.

There are no freight trains operating between Minami-Nobeoka and Kagoshima, and since the abolition of "comets" in 2005, electric locomotives including the ED76 have disappeared.In addition, the regular freight trains that run on this line are shorter and fewer in number than the Kagoshima Main Line system, and the freight trains run mainly from midnight to early morning.

Vehicle used

Currently used vehicle

Honor train

Electric train
Railcar

Ordinary / rapid train

Electric train
  • 811 series : Kokura Station - Usa StationOperated between.Used in the morning and evening hours.
  • 813 series(Mainly 1000s and 1100s): RM formation is operated between Kokura Station and Usa Station. 1100 series-811 series may be operated by connecting with 0 series and 300 series.
  • 815 series : Nakatsu Station - Shigeoka StationBusiness operation between.Ushima StationGet in by deadhead.
  • 817 series(0s, 1000s, 3000s): VM formation is operated as a substitute runner for 3000 series between Kokura Station and Yanagigaura Station (813s). VK formationNobeoka Station --Regular operation between Kagoshima Station (0 series). VK organizationMiyazaki Airport LineAlso used for direct trains.
  • 415 series: FM / FO formation is Kokura station-Saiki station, FK formation isMiyakonojo Station - Kagoshima StationOperated between.
  • 713 series: Nobeoka Station- Nishitojo StationOperated between.Also used for direct trains on the Miyazaki Airport Line.
  • 787 series:Saiki Station - Minaminobeoka StationBetween Miyazaki Station and Minami Miyazaki Station (direct train on the Miyazaki Airport Line).Both are used only for 4-car trains.In the operation between Saiki Station and Minami-Nobeoka Station, only the first car can be boarded, and the conductor will be on board without one-man operation.
Railcar

Locomotive / passenger car

Electric locomotive
Both are owned and operated by JR Freight for freight trains, and JR Kyushu does not own electric locomotives.
  • ED76 type
  • EF81 type: As a substitute runner for ED76, it will be operated mainly in the 300s and 450s.
Diesel locomotive
  • DE10 type: In addition to being used for crew training, track maintenance, and towing machines for group passenger trains, luxury sleeper trains (cruise trains) "Nana Star in KyushuThere are also operations related to the operation.
  • DF200 type: Luxury sleeper train (cruise train) "Nana Star in Kyushu』Travel the entire line as a traction machine. (Ogura-Omin will start commercial operation from August 2017, 8.)
Passenger car
  • 77 series: Luxury sleeper train (cruise train) A dedicated passenger car for "Nana Stars in Kyushu".

Vehicles used in the past

The main thing.

Electric train
  • 481 series / 485 series
    • Both the limited express "Kirishima" and "Nichirin", and the limited express "Nichirin" that was operated between Shin-Osaka Station and Oita Station before the opening of the Sanyo Shinkansen Hakata extension in 1975.Green, Osaka Station-Limited Express between Miyazaki Station "HinataWas used in. On March 2011, 3, the regular service was terminated due to the timetable revision, and the operation as a temporary train was also terminated in 12.
  • 581 series / 583 series
    • Express train with sleeping berths"cometWas used for the limited express "Midori" between Shin-Osaka Station and Oita Station before the opening of the Sanyo Shinkansen Hakata Station extension.
  • 457 series / 475 series
    • Used for express trains such as "Beppu", "Nichinan", and "Yunoka".After the abolition of the express train, it will be diverted to a regular train south of Yanagigaura.With the introduction of new vehicles, all vehicles will be out of operation by 2007.
  • 421 series / 423 series
    • It was used with the 415 series on a regular train north of Saiki Station.
  • 717 series
    • It was mainly used on regular trains in the Oita (south of Kitsuki), Miyazaki, and Kagoshima areas. With the introduction of new models such as the 817 series, the operation was gradually reduced, and by 2013 all vehicles had withdrawn from regular operation.
  • 783 series
    • Introduced in a part of "Nichirin" north of Oita Station in 1990. Although it withdrew once in March 1996, it returned from March 3 with the operation of "Sonic", "Nichirin Seagaia", and "Dream Nichirin". "Sonic" went out of operation the following year, but started operation on "Nichirin" and "Hyuga" (returned as "Nichirin" but new as a train of Miyazaki system), and in March 2000 at "Kirishima" Operation has also begun. With the revision in March 3, the regular operation on the Nippou Line disappeared due to the reduction of these limited express trains and the increase in the operation of the 2011 series.[17][18].
Railcar
  • Kiha 80 series
    • Limited express "Nichirin" and "Oodo" before electrification in 1980, and limited express "Midori" before the opening of the Sanyo Shinkansen Hakata extension in 1975."Seagull" "Isokaze"Used for "Hyuga".
  • Kiha 58 series-Kiha 65 type
    • It was an express train before electrification, and was used on the express trains "Yufu", "Hinoyama", "Ebino" and ordinary trains that are directly connected to other lines even after JR.
  • Kiha 72 series: There is no regular operation to get on the Nitoyo Main Line, but it is temporarily set between Beppu Station-Hita Station, Hakata Station-Ogura Station-Oita Station-Yufuin Station when the Kyudai Main Line is interrupted due to two heavy rains in northern Kyushu. It was operated in the limited express "Yufuin no Mori".
  • KIHA 200 series/KIHA 220 series: Used between Kamegawa Station and Oita Station (direct trains on the Hohi Main Line and Kyudai Main Line) and between Oita Station and Minami Nobuoka Station (operation in the "Soutaro Crossing" section). March 2018, 3 Withdrawal from operation on the Nippou Main Line due to the termination of direct access to the Hohi Main Line and Kyudai Main Line due to the timetable revision, and replacement with the 17 series and 815 series.
Passenger car
  • 50 series
    • Used on regular trains between Mojiko Station and Oita Station.
  • 12 series
    • It was used in the seat cars of the night express "Nichinan".
  • 14 series 15 type
    • It was used in the sleeper limited express "Fuji" and "Comet".
  • 14 series seat car
    • It was used on the express "Kunisaki".
  • 24 series 24 type, 25 type
    • It was used in the sleeper limited express "Fuji" and "comet" and the express "Nichinan" sleeper.
  • 20 series
    • Sleeper limited express "Fuji" "Comet" "Mizuho"[Annotation 4], Used in the express "Nichinan" sleeper.
Electric locomotive
  • ED74 type
    • Used for towing sleeper limited express trains and freight trains north of Oita Station.
Diesel locomotive
  • DF50 type
    • Used for towing sleeper limited express trains and freight trains before electrification.

History

Outline

The first generation between Kokura Station and Shigeoka StationKyushu RailwayAnd the first generationToyoshu RailwayThe section between Kokura Station, Yukuhashi Station, and Nagasu Station (currently Yanagigaura Station), which was opened by the company, was extended after nationalization.

On the other hand, the area south of Shigeoka Station is gradually extended from Yoshimatsu Station as the Miyazaki Line, of which the section between Miyazaki Station and Sadowara Station isMiyazaki Prefectural RailwayWas acquired and incorporated.1923 Opened to Shigeoka Station Kokura Station-Miyazaki Station-Yoshimatsu Station became the Nippou Main Line.

Kokubu Station (currently Hayato Station) --The Kagoshima Station section was opened as a government-run Kagoshima Line.1932 Miyakonojo Station-Hayato Station was opened, and the current route is Ogura Station-Miyakonojo Station-Hayato Station-Kagoshima Station on the Nippou Main Line, and Yoshimatsu Station-Miyakonojo Station on the Yoshito Line.

Chronological Table

Between Kokura Station and Shigeoka Station

Kyushu Railway / Toyoshu Railway → Toyoshu Main Line
  • 1895 (28th year of Meiji)
    • May 4 : Kyushu RailwayOpened between Kokura Station and event station (Kokura Station-near Kokura Comprehensive Vehicle Center1891 March 4Part of the Kyushu Railway Main LineExisting as).Jono Station, Karita Station, and Event Station are open.
    • May 8: Event station is abolished.Yukuhashi Station opens (existing as a Toyoshu Railway station).
    • May 10: Sone station opens.
  • 1897 (30th year of Meiji)May 9 : Toyoshu RailwayOpened between Yukuhashi Station and Nagasu Station.Shindembaru Station, Shiida Station, Matsue Station, Unoshima Station, Nakatsu Station, Imazu Station, Yokkaichi Station, Nagasu Station are open.
  • 1898 (Meiji 31) March 3: Nagasu Station was renamed Usa Station (first generation).
  • 1901 (34th year of Meiji)
    • May 5: Daisada Station opens.
    • May 9: Kyushu Railway merges with Toyoshu Railway
  • February 1904, 37 (Meiji 2): Kitashinozaki Union Office, Shikawa Union Office, Minamishinozaki Union Office opened.
  • 1907 (40th year of Meiji)
    • May 7: Acquired Kyushu Railway under the Railway Nationalization Act,Public railwayIt becomes the route of.
    • May 11: Unoshima station renamed to Ushima station and Karita station renamed to Kanda station.
  • 1909 (42th year of Meiji)
    • May 10 : National Railway Track NameDue to the enactment of, between Kokura Station and Yanagigaura StationToyoshu Main Linebecome.
    • May 10: Usa station (first generation) changed its name to Yanagigaura station.
    • May 12: Yanagigaura Station-Usa Station is extended and opened.Usa Station (2nd generation) opens.
  • 1910 (43th year of Meiji)May 12: Usa Station-Nakayamaga Station is extended and opened.Tateishi Station and Nakayamaga Station open.
  • 1911 (44th year of Meiji)
    • May 3: Nakayamaga Station-Hiji Station is extended and opened.Kitsuki Station and Hiji Station open.
    • May 4: Buzen-Nagasu Station opens.
    • May 7: Hiji Station-Beppu Station is extended and opened.Opened Tosei Station, Kamegawa Station, and Beppu Station.
    • May 10: Kita Shinozaki Union Office is abolished.
    • November 11: Beppu Station-Oita Station is extended and opened.Hamawaki Station, Nishi-Oita Station, and Oita Station are open.
  • 1912 (Meiji 45) The Shikawa Union Office is abolished.
  • 1914 (Taisho 3) April 4: Oita Station-Kozaki Station is extended and opened.Shimogori Renkansho and Takajo Station, Tsurusaki Station, Sakanoichi Station, and Kozaki Station are open.
  • 1915 (Taisho 4)May 8: Kozaki Station-Usuki Station is extended and opened.Shitanoe Station and Usuki Station open.
  • 1916 (Taisho 5)
    • May 6: Minami Shinozaki Union Office is abolished.
    • October 10: Usuki Station-Saiki Station is extended and opened.Tsukumi Station, Hishiro Station, Azamui Station, Saiki Station open.
  • 1917 (Taisho 6)May 7: Kami-Usuki Station opens.
  • 1918 (Taisho 7)May 10: Changed the reading of Kanda Station from "Kanda" to "Karita".
  • 1919 (Taisho 8)May 9: Yokkaichi Station changed its name to Buzen-Zenkoji Station.
  • 1920 (Taisho 9)
    • August 8: Kumasaki Station opens.
    • May 11: Saiki Station-Kamihara Station is extended and opened.Kamioka Station, Naomi Station, and Kamihara Station are open.
  • 1922 (Taisho 11)May 3: Kamihara Station-Shigeoka Station is extended and opened.Shigeoka station opens.
  • 1923 (Taisho 12)
    • May 3: Imagawa temporary signal box (first generation) opened.
    • July 7: Kaizaki Station opens.
    • May 7: Imagawa temporary signal box (first generation) is abolished.
    • December 12: The Toyoshu Main Line and Miyazaki Main Line are integrated, and the section between Kokura Station and Yoshimatsu Station becomes the Nippou Main Line.
  • 1924 (Taisho 13)
    • May 7: Imagawa temporary signal box (2nd generation) opened (date of abolition unknown)
    • May 11: Ozai station opens.
  • 1926 (Taisho 15) September 9: Nishiyashiki signal field opens.

Between Shigeoka Station and Miyakonojo Station

Miyazaki Line
  • 1913 (Taisho 2)May 10: Tanigashira Station-Between Miyakonojo StationMiyazaki LineOpened as (the current Kitto Line is all).Miyakonojo Station opens.
  • 1914 (Taisho 3th year)
    • May 2: Miyakonojo Station-Mimata Station is extended and opened.Mimata station opens.
    • August 8: Mimata Station-Yamanokuchi Station is extended and opened.Yamanokuchi station opens.
  • 1915 (Taisho 4th year)May 3: Kiyotake Station-Miyazaki Station is extended and opened.Oyodo station opens.
  • 1916 (Taisho 5th year)May 3: Yamanokuchi Station-Aoidake Station is extended and opened.Aoidake Station opens.
    • May 4: Kiyotake Station-Okubo Station is extended and opened.Okubo station opens.
    • May 10: Aoidake Station-Kiyotake Station is extended and opened, Miyazaki Line Yoshimatsu Station-Miyazaki Station is all through.Tano station opens.Okubo station is abolished.
Miyazaki Prefectural Railway Tsuma Line
  • 1913 (Taisho 2th year)May 12: Miyazaki Station-between Fukushimacho StationMiyazaki Prefectural Railway Tsuma LineOpened as.Hirose Station (first generation), Jiroga Beppu Station, Hasugaike Station (first generation), Hanagashima Station opened.
  • 1914 (Taisho 3th year)
    • May 4: Fukushimacho Station-Sadowara Station (first and later Nishisadowara) is extended and opened.
    • May 11: Miyazaki Station-Freight line between Kawaguchi Station opens.
  • 1917 (Taisho 6)May 9: With the acquisition of Miyazaki Prefectural Railway Tsuma Line, between Yoshimatsu Station and Miyazaki StationMiyazaki Main LineThen, Miyazaki Station-Hirose Station-Tsuma Station will be the Tsuma Light Line.Miyazaki Station-Hasugaike Station (first generation), a freight line between Kawaguchi Station, has been abolished.
Miyazaki Main Line
  • 1920 (Taisho 9)May 9: Hirose Station-Takanabe Station is extended and opened.Takanabe Station, Minashiro Station, Hirose Station (2nd generation) opened.Hirose station (first generation) is abolished.The section between Miyazaki Station and Hirose Station will be incorporated into the Miyazaki Main Line from the Tsuma Light Line, and the section between Yoshimatsu Station and Miyazaki Station and Takanabe Station will be the Miyazaki Main Line, and the section between Hirose Station and Tsuma Station will be the Tsuma Light Line.
  • 1921 (Taisho 10)
    • May 6: Takanabe Station-Mimitsu Station is extended and opened.Mimitsu Station, Tsuno Station, and Kawaminami Station open.
    • May 10: Mimitsu Station-Opening of extension between Tomitaka Station.Tomitaka Station and Iwawaki Station open.
    • October 10: Hososhima Light Rail Line (laterHososhima Line) Tomitaka Station-Hososhima Station is open.
  • 1922 (Taisho 11th year)May 2: Tomitaka Station-Minami Nobeoka Station is extended and opened.Minami Nobeoka Station, Totoro Station, and Kadogawa Station open.
    • May 5: Minami-Nobeoka Station-Nobeoka Station is extended and opened.Nobeoka Station opens.
    • May 10: Nobeoka Station-Hyuga-Nagai Station is extended and opened.Hyuga Nagai Station opens.
  • 1923 (Taisho 12)
    • July 7: Hyuga-Nagai Station-Ichitana Station is extended and opened.Ichitana Station opens.
    • December 12: Ichitana Station-Shigeoka Station is extended and opened.The Toyoshu Main Line and Miyazaki Main Line are integrated, and Kokura Station-Yoshimatsu Station becomes the Nippou Main Line.Sotaro signal box opened.

Between Miyakonojo Station and Kagoshima Station

Shibushi line
  • 1923 (Taisho 12th year)May 1: Miyakonojo Station --Nishi-Miyakonojo Station-Sueyoshi Station opened as Shibushi Line.Nishi-Miyakonojo Station opens.
Kokuto East Line
  • 1929 (4)May 4: Nishi-Miyakonojo Station-Between Takarabe StationKokuto East LineOpened as.Isoichi Station and Takarabe Station open.
  • 1931 (Showa 6) November 11: The section between Takarabe Station and Osumi Okawara Station is extended and opened.Kitamata Station and Osumi Okawara Station open.
  • 1932 (7)May 12: Osumi Okawara Station-Kirishima Jingu Station is extended and opened.Kita-Naganoda Station opens.Transferred to the Nippou Line
Kokuto Nishi Line
  • 1929May 11: Nishi-Kokubun Station-between Kokubu StationKokuto Nishi LineOpened as.Kokubu Station (2nd generation) station opens.
  • 1930 (5)May 7: Kokubu Station-Kirishima Jingu Station is extended and opened.Kirishima Jingu Station opens.
Kagoshima Line → Hisatsu Line
  • 1901 (34th year of Meiji)May 6: Kokubu Station (currently Hayato) --between Kagoshima StationKagoshima LineOpened as.Kagoshima Station, Shigetomi Station, Kajiki Station, Kokubu Station (first generation) opened[19].
  • 1908 (41th year of Meiji)May 7: Shindakeji temporary boarding area opens.
  • 1909 (42th year of Meiji)May 11: Moji Station (currently Mojiko Station) --Hitoyoshi Station --Hitoyoshi Main Line has been incorporated into the Kagoshima Line due to all traffic between Kagoshima Station.Kagoshima Main Linebecome.
  • 1915 (Taisho 4) August 8: Ryugamizu Station opens.
  • April 1926, 15 (Taisho 4): Chosa Station opens.
  • 1927 (2)May 10: Yatsushiro Station-Yoshimatsu Station-Kagoshima Station is separated from Kagoshima Main Line by all routes via KawauchiHisatsu Linebecome.
  • September 1929, 4: Kokubu Station (first generation) was renamed Nishi-Kokubun Station.
  • September 1930, 5: Nishi-Kokubun Station was renamed Hayato Station.

After all

  • 1932May 12: Due to the establishment of the line name, between Kokura Station-Miyakonojo Station-Hayato Station-Kagoshima StationNippo Main Linebecome.
  • 1933 (8)May 6: Tsuiki Station opens.
  • 1934 (9)May 4: Hamawaki Station changed its name to Higashi-Beppu Station.
  • 1935 (10)May 10: Jiroga Beppu Station changed its name to Hyuga-Sumiyoshi Station.
  • 1940 (15)May 8: The name of Tosei Station was changed to Bungo-Toyooka Station.
  • 1941 (16)May 8: Minami-Kokura signal box opened.
  • 1942 (17)May 4: Oyodo Station changed its name to Minami Miyazaki Station.
  • 1944 (19)
    • May 5: Kobase signal box opened.
    • May 9: Yukuhashi Station-Freight branch line between Kandako Station opens.Kandako Station opens as a freight station.
    • May 12: Minami-Kokura signal box is changed to a station and Minami-Kokura station opens.
  • 1945 (20)May 5: Renamed Sone Station to Shimo-Sone Station, Matsue Station to Buzen-Shoe Station, and Kandako Station to Kandako Office (Kandako was abolished and newly established due to procedures).
  • 1947 (22)
    • October 10: Sashiu temporary boarding and alighting area opens.
    • May 3: Nishiyashiki signal box and Sotaro signal box are changed to stations, and Nishiyashiki station and Sotaro station are opened.
  • 1948 (23)May 10: Obase signal box was changed to a station and Obase station opened.
  • 1949 (24)
    • May 5: Kitagawa Station opens.
    • May 6: Yukuhashi Station-The starting point of the freight branch line between Kandako Station has been changed to Kobase Station.Renamed Kandako Office to Kandako Station (procedurally abolished and newly established).
  • 1950 (25)May 1: Sashiu temporary boarding area was changed to a station and Sashiu station opened.
  • 1952 (27)
    • May 5: Kuzuhara signal box and Kusami signal box opened.
    • June 6: Oga Station opens.Kusami signal box was changed to a station and Kusami station opened.
    • May 8: Higashi-Tsuno Station opens.
    • May 11: Renamed Daisada Station to Higashi-Nakatsu Station.
  • 1953 (Showa 28) February 2: Kitanobeoka Station opens.
  • 1954 (29)
    • August: Totoro beach temporary boarding and alighting area opens (abolition date unknown, during the same year).
    • May 11: Hanagashima station changed its name to Miyazaki Jingu station.
  • 1955 (Showa 30) December 12: Freight branch line between Nishi-Oita Station and Oitako Station (1)Oita Port Rinko Line) Is opened.
  • 1956 (31)
    • February 2: Mikekado Station opens.
    • February 2: Double track between Kobase and Yukuhashi.
    • October 10: Tianjin Station opens.
    • May 11: Hotokezaki signal box opened.
  • 1958 (33)
    • May 2: Kokura Station-Double track between Minami-Kokura Station.
    • May 6: Minami-Kokura Station-Double track between Jono Station.
  • 1959 (34)
    • April 4: Kariu Station opens.
    • May 7: Kakusa temporary boarding and alighting area opens (time of abolition unknown).
    • October 10: Changed the reading of Kanda Station from "Karita" to "Kanda".
  • 1961 (36)
    • May 3: Renamed Kamihara Station to Naokawa Station and Minashiro Station to Hyuga Shintomi Station.
    • October 10: Okawa Tsukasa signal field opens.
  • 1962 (Showa 37) October 10: Kawaragi signal field opens.
  • 1963 (38)
    • March 3: Shimogori signal field (first generation) is abolished.
    • May 5: Renamed Tomitaka Station to Hyuga City Station and Iwawaki Station to Minami Hyuga Station.
    • September 9: Kuzuhara signal field-Double track between Kusami station.
  • 1965 (40)
    • May 3: Jono Station-Double track between Kuzuhara signal field.
    • May 3: Kuzuhara signal field is abolished.
    • April 4: Mochibaru Station opens.
    • May 7: Hirose station changed its name to Sadowara station.
    • September 9: Hyuga-Kutsukake signal field opens.
    • May 9: Kanda Station-Double track between Obase Station.
    • May 9: Kusami Station-Kanda Station is double tracked.
    • October 10: Kadoishi signal field and Kusugaoka signal field opened.Hyuga-Kutsukake signal field was changed to a station and Hyuga-Kutsukake station opened.
  • 1966 (41)
    • July 7: Double track between Usa Station and Nishiyashiki Station.
    • May 8: Double track between Kamegawa station and Higashi-Beppu station.
    • May 8: Yukuhashi Station-Shindembaru Station is double tracked.
    • May 9: Higashi-Beppu Station-Double track between Hotokezaki signal box.
    • September 9: Nishi-Oita Station-Double track between Oita Station.
    • May 9: Nishiyashiki Station-Double track between Tateishi Station.
    • October 10: Minami-Kirishima signal field opens.The area between Kokura Station and Shindembaru Station is electrified.
  • 1967 (42)
    • July 7: Double track between Shiida Station and Buzen Matsue Station.
    • May 7: Tsuiki Station-Double track between Shiida Station.
    • August 8: Temporary boarding and alighting area at Shindakeji Temple is abolished.
    • August 8: Hotokezaki signal box-Double track between Nishi-Oita station.Hotokezaki signal box is abolished.
    • August 8: Shindembaru Station-Tsukiki Station is double tracked.Upon electrification, the route of the section was changed to the west to prevent obstacles to aircraft takeoff and landing at the Air Self-Defense Force Tsuiki Air Base.
    • May 9: Shindembaru Station-Kozaki Station is electrified.
    • May 9: Tokuura signal field opened.
  • 1969 (44)
    • May 8: Buzen Matsue Station-Double track between Ushima Station.
    • May 9: Buzen-Nagasu Station-Usa Station is double tracked.
    • May 9: Unoshima Station-Mikekado Station is double tracked.
  • 1970 (45)
  • 1972 (47)
    • May 2: With the abolition of passenger business on the Hososhima line, the line was incorporated as a freight branch line on the Nippou main line.
    • May 3: Mimata Station changed its name to Miyakonojo Station.
  • 1973 (48)May 11: Jimigawa signal box opened.Jimigawa signal box-Double track between Higashi-Nakatsu station[21].
  • 1974 (49)
    • May 3: Kozaki Station-Minami Miyazaki Station is electrified[22].
    • May 12: Nishi-Kokura Station opens.
  • 1976 (Showa 51) September 9: Higashi-Nakatsu Station-Imazu Station is double tracked[23].
  • 1977 (52)
    • June 6: Kokura Station starting point 1 km --Double track between the Migawa signal box[24]..The Migawa signal box is abolished.
    • May 10: Nakayamaga Station-Double track between Okawa Tsukasa signal field.
  • 1978 (53)
    • September 9: Tsukasa Okawa signal field-Double track between Kitsuki station[25].
    • May 9: Tsukasa Okawa signal field is abolished.
  • 1979 (54)May 9: Minami-Miyazaki Station-Kagoshima Station is electrified, and all lines are electrified.
  • 1980 (55)May 7: Bungo-Toyooka Station-Double track between Kamegawa Station[26].
  • 1982 (57)
    • May 9: Tianjin Station-Double track between Buzen-Zenkoji Station[27].
    • October 10: Imazu Station-Double track between Tianjin Station[27].
    • May 10: Buzen-Zenkoji Station-Double track between Yanagigaura Station[28].
  • 1983 (58)May 12: Yanagigaura Station-Buzen-Nagasu Station is double tracked[29].
  • 1984 (59) February 2: The freight branch line between Nishi-Oita Station and Oitako Station is abolished.
  • 1986 (61)
    • May 3: Kinko Station opens[30]..Totojo Station changed its name to Mimata Station.
    • October 10: Kitsuki Station-Oita Station is CTC[31].
    • May 10: Kokura Station-Kitsuki Station is CTC[31].
    • December 12: Temporary platform for Hasugaike (1nd generation) opens[32].
  • 1987 (62)
    • May 2: Maki Station opens[33].
    • May 3: Yokoku Station and Beppu University Station open[34]..Abeyama Park temporary platform opens[34]..Double track between Hiji Station and Bungo-Toyooka Station[34].

After JNR division and privatization

  • April 1987, 62: With the privatization of the JNR division, the Kyushu Railway Company is between Ogura Station-Oita Station-Kagoshima Station, and the Japan Freight Railway is between Kobase Station-Kyoda Port Station and Hyugashi Station-Hososhima Station. As a first-class railway company, Japan Freight Railway Company becomes a second-class railway company between Ogura Station and Hyugashi Station.Hyuga City Station-Freight business between Kagoshima Station is abolished.Abeyama Park Temporary Station / Hasugaike Temporary Station has been changed to a station.
  • 1988 (63) March 3: Minami-Yukuhashi Station, Asahigaoka Station, and Aira Station open.
  • 1989 (XNUMX)
    • May 3: Zaikoji Station and Kano Station open[35].
    • December 12: The freight branch line between Hyuga City Station and Hososhima Station is suspended.
  • 1991 (3) July 7: Japan Freight Railway opens a second-class railway business between Hyuga City Station and Sadowara Station.
  • 1992 (4)
    • May 7: Nobeoka Station-Increased the maximum speed between Miyazaki Station to 110km / h[36].
    • October 10: Renamed Obase Nishikodai-mae Station to Obase Nishikodai-mae Station.
  • 1993 (5)
    • May 8 : Heisei 5 year 8 month heavy rainRyugamizu station was buried by a large debris flow.Two trains stopped at Ryugamizu Station were wrecked and three passengers died.Nishi-Miyakonojo Station-Kagoshima Station is closed[37]..Alternative transportation by ship and bus from Kajiki Port to Kagoshima Port.
    • May 9: Nishi-Miyakonojo Station-Osumi-Okawara Station and Kokubu Station-Resumed operation between Kagoshima Station[37][38].
    • May 10: Osumi Okawara Station-Resumed operation between Kokubu Station and opened all lines for the first time in 2 months[39].
    • December 12: The freight branch line between Hyuga City Station and Hososhima Station is abolished.
  • 1995 (7) April 4: Yoshitomi Station opens.
  • 1996 (8)May 6 - Miyazaki Railway CompanyWith the inauguration, the section between Ichitana Station and Sadowara StationOita branchからKagoshima branch officeTransferred to.
  • 1999 (11)May 10: Yanagigaura Station-One-man operation started between Saiki Station.
  • 2000 (12)May 12: Command work between Jono Station and Nakayamaga Station will be transferred from Mojiko Command Center to Hakata General Command Center.[40].
  • 2003 (15)
    • March 3: One-man operation started between Kokubu Station and Kagoshima Station.
    • October 10: One-man operation started between Nobeoka Station and Kokubu Station.
  • 2004 (16) March 3: The speed-up work between Oita Station and Saiki Station was completed, and the maximum speed of this section was raised from 13km / h to 85km / h, and the time required for the limited express between the stations. Save up to 110 minutes[41][42]
  • 2006 (18)May 3: Shimogori signal field (2nd generation) opened on the Nippou Main Line.The one-man train between Yanagigaura Station-Saeki Station and Kokubu Station-Kagoshima Station has been changed from an in-car collection type to a station collection type.
  • 2009 (21)
    • March 3: IC card "SUGOCA" will be available between Kokura Station and Nakatsu Station.
    • May 3: Nakatsu Station-One-man operation started between Yanagigaura Station.
    • October 10: One-man operation started between Kokura Station-Nakatsu Station and Saiki Station-Nobeoka Station.
  • 2012 (24)May 12: The usable area of ​​SUGOCA is expanded between Nakatsu Station-Kozaki Station and Kokubu Station-Kagoshima Station[43][44](However, it cannot be used at Ryugamizu Station).
  • 2014 (26)May 3: Oita Station-A new line was set up between the Shimogori signal field, and virtually three single lines including the Hohi main line were parallelized.Renamed the old line to "Middle Passage Line"Oita Vehicle CenterIt will be a dedicated deadhead line to.
  • 2015 (27) November 11: SUGOCA will be available between Sadowara Station and Tano Station[3].
  • 2016 (28)
    • June 6: The maintenance of ATS-DK will be completed in the "section to be maintained until the end of June 30" based on the Ministerial Ordinance.
    • October 10: The freight branch line between Obase Nishikodai-mae Station and Kandako Station is abolished.[45].
    • December 12: Real-time train location information system for the general public "DaiDoku" launched[5].
  • 2017 (29)
    • May 3: Due to the timetable revision, one-man operation will start on some trains of the limited express "Nichirin" and "Hyuga".
    • May 9 : Typhoon 18Due to the influence of the above, a large-scale landslide occurred on the premises of the Tokuura signal field, flooding occurred on the premises of Tsukumi station, and many damages occurred between Kozaki station and Nobeoka station.
    • May 12: Usuki Station-Saiki Station resumed operation, and Nippou Main Line resumed operation on all lines for the first time in 3 months.The signal box function is suspended because the Tokuura signal box is restored only on the down line.[46].
  • 2018 (30)
  • 2019 (First year of Reiwa)
    • After October 10: Line color Yukuhashi-Blue is also specified for Kagoshima.

Station list

For convenience, we will post up to Kagoshima Chuo Station on the Kagoshima Main Line, where all trains on the Kagoshima side go directly.

  • Station name… ◆ ・ ◇ ・ ■: Freight handling station (◇ means no regular freight trains, ■ isOff-rail station),nine : Specific city areaStations in the "Kitakyushu City" area under the system
  • Track… ∥: Double track section, ◇ ・ |: Single track section (◇ isexchangePossible), ∧: Double track below this, ∨: Single track below this

Between Kokura Station and Nobeoka Station

  • Stop station
    • Normal ... Stops at all passenger stations
    • Rapid (driving only uphill) ... ● Stations marked with stops, stations marked with ↑ pass.
    • Limited express (Sonic-Nichirin Others)… Refer to each train article
Station numberstation nameBetween stations
Operating kilo
Cumulative
Operating kilo
fastConnection route/remarkslineAddress
JF 01nine Kokura Station-0.0●Kyushu passenger railway : JA Kagoshima Main Line<With direct communication>
West Japan Railway Company : Shinkansen jrw.svg Sanyo Shinkansen
Kitakyushu High Speed ​​Rail(Kitakyushu Monorail):Kokura Line
∥FukuokaKitakyushuKokurakita Ward
JF 02nine Nishikokura Station0.80.8●Kyushu Railway Company:JA Kagoshima Main Line∥
JF 03nine Minamikokura Station2.73.5● âˆ¥
JF 04nine Jono Station2.66.1●Kyushu Railway Company:JI Hitahikoyama Line[*1]∥Ogura Minami Ward
JF 05nine Abeyama Koen Station2.38.4↑ âˆ¥
JF 06nine Shimosone Station3.211.6↑ âˆ¥
JF 07nine Kuchiami Station3.415.0↑ âˆ¥
JF 08Kanda Station3.618.6↑ âˆ¥Kyoto-gun
Kanda Town
JF 09Obase Nishikodai-mae Station3.622.2↑ âˆ¥
JF 10Yukuhashi Station2.825.0●Heisei Chikuho Railway : Tagawa Line∥Yukuhashi
Minami Yukuhashi Station1.826.8↑ âˆ¥
Shindembaru Station3.430.2↑ âˆ¥
Tsuiki Station3.733.9● âˆ¥Chikuji-gun
Chikami Town
Shiida Station3.036.9● âˆ¥
Buzen Matsue Station4.941.8↑ âˆ¥Buzen City
Ushima Station3.445.2● âˆ¥
Mikekado Station2.848.0↑ âˆ¥
Yoshitomi Station2.050.0↑ âˆ¥Chikuji-gun
Yoshitomi
Nakatsu Station1.851.8● âˆ¥OitaNakatsu
Higashi Nakatsu Station4.956.7● âˆ¥
Imazu Station3.460.1● âˆ¥
Tianjin Station2.462.5● âˆ¥Usa City
Buzen-Zenkoji Station3.065.5● âˆ¥
Yanagigaura Station3.669.1● âˆ¥
Buzen-Nagasu Station1.971.0  âˆ¥
Usa Station4.875.8  âˆ¥
Nishiyashiki Station3.679.4  âˆ¥
Tateishi station5.885.2  âˆ¨Kitsuki
Nakayamaga Station5.290.4  âˆ§
Kitsuki Station8.899.2  âˆ¨
Ogami Station4.1103.3  â—‡Hayami-gun
Hiji Town
Hiji Station3.9107.2  âˆ§
Shigaya Station1.2108.4  âˆ¥
Bungo Toyooka Station2.9111.3  âˆ¥
Kamegawa Station3.6114.9  âˆ¥Beppu
Beppu University Station2.1117.0  âˆ¥
Beppu Station3.8120.8  âˆ¥
Higashi Beppu Station2.0122.8  âˆ¥
Nishi-Oita Station◆7.6130.4  âˆ¥Oita City
Oita Station2.5132.9 Kyushu Railway Company:Hisadai Main Line(Yufu Kogen Line) ・Hohi Main Line(Aso Kogen Line)∨
Shimogori signal field2.2135.1 Oita Vehicle CenterBranch to|
Maki Station1.1136.2  |
Takajo Station1.8138.0  â—‡
Tsurusaki Station◇3.0141.0  â—‡
Ozai Station3.3144.3  â—‡
Sakanoichi Station3.1147.4  â—‡
Kozaki Station4.4151.8  â—‡
Sashiu Station7.2159.0  â—‡Usuki City
Shitanoe Station2.1161.1  â—‡
Kumasaki Station3.6164.7  â—‡
Kami-Usuki Station2.9167.6  |
Usuki Station1.6169.2  â—‡
Tsukumi Station9.7178.9  â—‡Tsukumi
Hishiro Station5.5184.4  â—‡
Azamui Station3.8188.2  â—‡Saiki City
Kariu Station3.8192.0  â—‡
Kaizaki Station2.8194.8  â—‡
Saiki Station3.0197.8  â—‡
Kamioka Station4.6202.4  â—‡
Naomi Station6.4208.8  â—‡
Naokawa Station4.8213.6  â—‡
Kawaraki signal field3.9217.5  â—‡
Shigeoka Station6.7224.2  â—‡
Sotaro Station6.8231.0  â—‡
City shelf station7.5238.5  â—‡Miyazaki
Nobeoka
Kitagawa Station4.7243.2  â—‡
Hinata Nagai Station3.5246.7  â—‡
Kitanobeoka Station4.6251.3  â—‡
Nobeoka Station◆4.9256.2 Kyushu Railway Company: Nippou Main Line (toward Miyazaki)◇
  1. ^ The starting point of the Hitahikosan Line is Jono Station, but all trains run to Kokura Station.
  • Hiji-cho runs between Nakayamaga Station and Kitsuki Station, but there is no station during this time.
  • JR KyushuDirectly operated station: Kokura Station, Yukuhashi Station, Nakatsu Station, Beppu Station, Oita Station, Saiki Station, Nobeoka Station
  • Simple consignment station: Higashi-Nakatsu Station, Imazu Station, Hiji Station, Bungo-Toyooka Station

Stations other than the aboveJR Kyushu Railway Sales OfOutsourced stationOrMujin-eki.

Between Nobeoka Station and Kagoshima Chuo Station

  • Stop station
    • Normal ... Stops at all passenger stations.However, some trains pass through Ryugamizu Station (▽)
    • Limited express (Nichirin-Hyuga-Kirishima Others)… Refer to each train article
station nameBetween stations
Operating kilo
Kokura
from

Cumulative
Operating kilo
Connection route/remarkslineAddress
Nobeoka Station◆4.9256.2Kyushu Railway Company: Nippou Main Line (toward Oita)◇MiyazakiNobeoka
Minaminobeoka Station◆3.4259.6 â—‡
Asahigaoka Station3.5263.1 |
Totoro Station2.6265.7 â—‡
Kadogawa Station4.3270.0 â—‡Higashiusuki-gun
Kadokawa Town
Hinatashi Station6.7276.7 â—‡Hyuga City
Zaikoji Station2.2278.9 |
Minami Hinata Station4.2283.1 â—‡
Mimitsu Station6.6289.7 â—‡
Totsuno Station4.4294.1 â—‡Koyu-gunTsunomachi
Tsuno Station4.6298.7 â—‡
Kawaminami Station6.9305.6 â—‡Kawanami Town
Takanabe Station8.0313.6 â—‡Takanabe Town
Hyuga Shintomi Station6.4320.0 â—‡Shintomi-cho
Sadohara Station■6.7326.7 â—‡Miyazaki City
Hinata Sumiyoshi Station4.2330.9 â—‡
Hasugaike Station3.8334.7 |
Miyazaki Jingu Station2.7337.4 â—‡
Miyazaki Station2.5339.9 â—‡
Minamimiyazaki Station2.6342.5Kyushu Railway Company:Nichinan Line[** 1]-Miyazaki Airport Line[** 2]◇
Kano Station2.6345.1 |
Kiyotake Station2.7347.8 â—‡
Hinata Kutsukake Station4.7352.5 â—‡
Tano Station5.5358.0 â—‡
Kadoishi signal field5.6363.6 â—‡
Aoidake Station5.7369.3 â—‡Miyakonojo City
Kusugaoka signal field5.4374.7 â—‡
Yamanokuchi Station4.4379.1 â—‡
Mochibaru Station2.9382.0 |Kitamori Prefecture
Miki Town
Mimata Station3.6385.6 â—‡
Miyakonojo Station4.3389.9Kyushu Railway Company:Yoshito Line(Ebino Kogen Line)◇Miyakonojo City
Nishitojo Station2.5392.4 â—‡
Isoichi Station2.8395.2 â—‡
Takarabe Station4.2399.4 â—‡KagoshimaZuo city
Kitamata Station3.6403.0 â—‡
Osumi Okawara Station5.1408.1 â—‡
Kitanaganoda Station5.3413.4 â—‡Kirishima
Kirishima Jingu Station6.0419.4 â—‡
Minami-Kirishima signal field4.5423.9 â—‡
Kokubun Station8.2432.1 â—‡
Hayato Station2.6434.7Kyushu Railway Company:Hisatsu Line◇
Kajiki Station6.9441.6 â—‡Aira
Kinko Station1.7443.3 |
Chosa Station2.2445.5 â—‡
Aira Station1.6447.1 |
Shigetomi Station1.6448.7 â—‡
Ryugamizu StationAnd7.0455.7 â—‡Kagoshima
Kagoshima Station6.9462.6Kagoshima Tram : First line ...Kagoshima station square tram stop∧
Kagoshima Chuo Station3.2465.8(Kagoshima Station-Kagoshima Chuo Station is on the Kagoshima Main Line)
Kyushu Railway Company:Shinkansen jrk.svg Kyushu Shinkansen・ Kagoshima Main Line (KawauchiDirection)·Ibusuki Makurazaki Line
Kagoshima Tram : Second line-Karato Line ...Kagoshima Chuo Ekimae Electric Stop
∥
  1. ^ Some trains on the Nichinan Line go to Miyazaki Station.
  2. ^ The official starting point of the Miyazaki Airport Line is the Nichinan LineTayoshi StationHowever, all trains go to Minami Miyazaki Station.
  • The distance between Kirishima-Jingu Station and Kokubu Station (12.7 km = business km) is the longest on the conventional lines in the JR Kyushu area as of December 2013, 12.
  •  Directly managed stations of JR Kyushu: Nobeoka Station, Miyazaki Station, Miyakonojo Station, Hayato Station, Kagoshima Station, Kagoshima Chuo Station
  • JR Kyushu Railway Business Consignment Stations: Minami Nobuoka Station, Hinata City Station, Takanabe Station, Satohara Station, Hinata Sumiyoshi Station, Minami Miyazaki Station, Kiyotake Station, Saitojo Station, Kirishima Jingu Station, Kokubun Station, Kajiki Station, Chosa Station, Kura Station
  • Kan'i Itaku Station: Kadogawa Station, Zaikoji Station, Tono Station, Kawanami Station, Hinata Shintomi Station, Shigetomi Station

Stations other than the above are unmanned stations.

Abolished branch line

The number in parentheses is the business kilometer from the starting point.Station names and facility names are as of the time of abolition.

Oita Port Rinko Line(Abolished in 1984)
Nishi-Oita Station (0.0km)-(Currency)Oita Port Station (2.0km)
Kandako Line (Abolished in 2016)
Obase Nishikodai-mae Station (0.0km)-(Currency)Kandako Station (4.6km)

Past connecting routes

  • Kokura Station:NishitetsuKitakyushu Line… Kokura station square tram stop --- abolished on October 1992, 10
  • Kitashinozaki Signal Station (currently near Minami-Kokura Station):Ogura back line(Ogura Minami Line) --Abolished on October 1911, 10
  • Murasaki River Signal Station: Kokura Back Line (Kokura Minami Line) --Abolished on October 1911, 10
  • Minami Shinozaki Signal Station: Ogura Back Line (Ogura Minami Line) -Abolished on June 1916, 6
  • Jono Station: NishitetsuNorthern line… Jono Ekimae Tram Stop --Abolished on November 1980, 11
  • Unoshima Station:Ushima Railway Line --Abolished on April 1936, 8
  • Nakatsu Station:Oita trafficYabakei Line --Abolished on April 1975, 10
  • Buzen-Zenkoji Station: Oita TransportationToyoshu Line --Paused in 1952. Abolished on September 1953, 9
  • Usa Station: Oita TransportationUsa Sangu Line --Abolished on April 1965, 8
  • Kitsuki Station: Oita TransportationKokuto Line --Abolished on April 1966, 4
  • Kamegawa Station: Oita TransportationAnother large line… Kamekawa Eki Mae Tram Stop --Abolished on April 1972, 4
  • Beppu Station: Oita Transportation Beppu Line Beppu Eki Mae Branch Line ... Beppu Eki Mae Electric Stop --Abolished on October 1956, 10
  • Higashi-Beppu Station: Oita Kotsu Betsudai Line ... Higashi-Beppu Ekimae Tram Stop --Abolished on April 1972, 4
  • Nishi-Oita Station: Oita Kotsu Betsudai Line ... Nishi-Oita Tram Stop --Abolished on April 1972, 4
  • Oita Station: Oita Kotsubetsu Oita Line ... Oita Station Front Tram Stop --Abolished on April 1972, 4
  • Kozaki Station:Japanese mining industrySagaseki Railway… Nikko Kozaki Station --Abolished May 1963, 5
  • Nobeoka Station:Takachiho RailwayTakachiho Line --Suspended on March 2005, 9, abolished on February 6, 2007
  • Hyuga-Sumiyoshi Station:Sumiyoshi Village Car Track
  • Hyuga City Station:Hososhima Line --Passenger business closed on February 1972, 2 (incorporated into the Nippou Main Line freight branch line. Closed on December 1, 1993)
  • Sadowara Station:Wife line --Abolished on April 1984, 12
  • Miyazaki Station:Miyazaki Prefectural RailwayFreight line --September 1917, 9 Abolished at the same time as nationalization (the main line nationalized at the same time becomes the Nippou main line and the wife line)
  • Minami Miyazaki Station:Miyazaki Kotsu Line --Abolished on April 1962, 7
  • Nishitojo Station:Shibushi line --Abolished on April 1987, 3
  • Kokubu Station:Osumi Line --Abolished on April 1987, 3

New station installation plan

Between Kagoshima Station and Ryugamizu StationSengokuenThere is a plan to set up a new station nearby[50].. Isoshin Station Installation Council and JR Kyushu exchange memorandum of understanding on March 2021, 3[51].. Scheduled to open in 2024[51].

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注 釈

  1. ^ However,Ryugamizu StationNot available in
  2. ^ From the hanging advertisement in the car.In addition, the train operated by 3 cars between Ogura and Nakatsu is described as "one-man train", and 813 series photos are used.
  3. ^ a b The 1.5 round trips between Shigeoka Station and Nobeoka Station are the smallest number of regular trains in the electrified section that call themselves the main line, and do not call themselves the main line.Ishikatsu LineShin-Yubari Station-between Shintoku StationKaikyo Line0,Ishikita Main LineThe number of trains (as of May 1) next to one round trip between Kamikawa Station and Shirataki Station (excluding special express trains).
    There is a special case where limited express unreserved seats can be used on the "Seishun 18 Ticket" etc. on the section of the Sekisho Line and the Kaikyo Line where there are no regular trains, but there are few special trains, so no special exception is set. The section of the Nippou Line and Sekihoku Main Line is difficult to use.
  4. ^ From June 1963, 6 to September 1, 1964, the sleeper limited express "Mizuho" was connected between Tokyo Station and Oita Station.Instead of this, "Fuji" was set up independently on October 9, 30.

Source

  1. ^ Japan National Railways Electricity Bureau "Railway Telegram Abbreviation", February 1959, 9, page 17.
  2. ^ a b FACt SHEETS 2017 --JR Kyushu
  3. ^ a b SUGOCA will start in the Miyazaki area! (PDF) --Kyushu Railway Company News Release September 2015, 9
  4. ^ a b Available / sales area --Kyushu Railway Company SUGOCA official website, viewed on November 2015, 11
  5. ^ a b ~ Enhanced information on operation information ~ Display train location information on the "JR Kyushu App"! (PDF) -Kyushu Passenger Railway, December 2016, 12
  6. ^ a b "We aim to provide information that foreign visitors to Japan can use with peace of mind!北部九州エリア157駅に「駅ナンバリング」を導入しますIntroducing "station numbering" at XNUMX stations in the northern Kyushu area (PDF)”. Kyushu Railway Company. As of September 2018, 9オ リ ジ ナ ルMore archives.2018/9/28Browse.
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  8. ^ 4-4 Safety Equipment "Transition to New Automatic Train Stop (ATS-DK)" "Safety Report 2017" p.19 (PDF) -Kyushu Railway Company (April 2017, 8)
  9. ^ Usage status by route (PDF) --Kyushu Railway Company, viewed August 2017, 8
  10. ^ Congestion rate in the most congested section (2018) -Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism
  11. ^ Compared to railways, highway buses are nearly 3% shorter and take about 2% less time.Also, a route to get on the Kyushu Shinkansen from the highway bus by changing trains at Shin-Yatsushiro Station (B & S Miyazaki) Is also available.
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  40. ^ "Shirono-Integrated with Nakayamaga's command work JR Kyushu Hakata total finger". Traffic newspaper (Kotsu Shimbunsha): p. 1. (July 2000, 12) 
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  43. ^ Expanded areas such as SUGOCA, Kumamoto and Kagoshima - Railway com, August 2012, 9
  44. ^ The usable area of ​​SUGOCA will be expanded on Saturday, December 24, 12. --Kyushu Railway Company News Release September 2012, 9[Broken link]
  45. ^ Denkisha Kenkyukai "FY13 Railroad Handbook" page XNUMX
  46. ^ Nippou Line to resume late December Usuki-Saiki --Oita Joint Newspaper (Kyodo News article) (as of October 2017, 10, November 26, 11) オ リ ジ ナ ル Archived)
  47. ^ Norikazu Otozawa, Takahiro Honda, Junichi Takemura "Disaster Situation in Kyushu Area" "Railway and Electrical Technology" Vol. 29, No. 9, Japan Railway Electrical Technology Association, September 2018, pp. 9-8,2018/11/2Browse.
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