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According to the Japan Meteorological Association, the Tomei Expressway and the Shin Tomei Expressway, which can be said to be the main arteries of Japan, are prone to risks due to the weather such as snow and fog near Gotemba (Shizuoka Prefecture) in addition to rain and wind. He said he decided to provide information.
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Tomei Expressway(Tomei Expressway)TokyoSetagaya OfTokyo Interchange From (IC)Kanagawa-ShizuokaTheviaThen,AichiKomaki City OfKomaki ICLeading tohighway(Highway national road). Known asTomei Expressway(Tomei Expwy),Tomei(Toumei),Shin-Tomei ExpresswayEspecially when distinguishing fromFormer Tomei / Current TomeiSuch. The official name of NEXCO Central Japan isTomeiとCurrent Tomei..The official line name under the law isDaiichi Tokai ExpresswayIs. Also,Asia Highway Line 1It is a part of "AH1".
All sectionsCentral Japan ExpresswayIt is managed and operated by (NEXCO Central Japan).Chuo Expressway-Meishin Expressway-Shin-Tomei Expressway-Ise Gulf Expressway-Shinmeishin Expressway-Higashi Meihan Expressway-Meihan National Highway-Nishi-Meihan ExpresswayWithTokyo 23 WardFrom the vicinityNagoyaVia the vicinityOsakaJapan connected to the neighborhood大動脈It has become.
Tokyo ICYokohama Aoba IC-Supporting ICAll except the three ICsTrumpet type ICHas become. AlsotyphoonWhen approachingclimaxとHigh wavesUnder the influence ofSuruga BayOn the down line facing Nagoya (toward Nagoya)Fuji IC - Shimizu Junction (JCT) is often closed.
The straight line distance from Tokyo IC to Komaki IC is 248.4Kilometers (km) [Annotation 1]However, the extension distance of Tomei is 346.8 km, which is about 98 km.Detourdoing(Tokaido Shinkansen OfTokyo Station - Nagoya StationAbout the same distance).
Road name / route name
The name of "Tomei Expressway" is the road name (common name) between Tokyo IC and Komaki IC.The name of the road that runs west of the Komaki IC is "Meishin Expressway."Decree (National Land Development Trunk Road Construction LawAppendix table ofCabinet Order Designating Routes on ExpresswaysThe route name according to (Appendix) is between Tokyo IC and Komaki IC.Daiichi Tokai ExpresswayAnd then, between Komaki JCT and Komaki ICChuo Expressway Nishinomiya LineAnd the overlapping section of the First Tokaijidosha.
Currently, only the Shin-Tomei / Tomei and Shin-Meishin / Meishin Expressways use the name "Expressway", but this is the Tomei / Meishin Expressway.plan-constructionIn the process of being promoted, it is widely called "expressway" in the private sector.Popular nameWas used, and was adopted in consideration of the historical background that it became a well-established and familiar name...However, in the media such as newspapers, it was written as "Tomei Expressway" and "Meishin Expressway" for a while after the opening of Tomei Expressway...The Chuo Expressway was sometimes called the "Chuo Expressway" when it first opened, and is still sometimes called the Chuo Expressway.The Shin-Tomei and Meishin Expressways, which opened in recent years, are special cases based on the fact that they were constructed as bypass routes for the Tomei and Meishin Expressways, respectively.On the contrary, someservice areaInformation board and some official documentsIn cases such as "Tomei Expressway," "Shin-Tomei Expressway," "Meishin Expressway," and "New Meishin Expressway," the abbreviations are "Tomei Expressway," "Shin-Tomei Expressway," "Meishin Expressway," and "New Meishin Expressway." There is also.
Relationship with the Shin Tomei Expressway
Parallel to TomeiShin-Tomei Expressway(Hereafter, Shin Tomei) is a road constructed as a bypass line for Tomei.Tomei has a lot of traffic, so traffic jams and accidents are normal, and because the design is old, there are many sharp curves and steep slopes. It was carried out.Furthermore, since the Tomei Expressway is one of the aortas connecting the Tokyo metropolitan area with the central part and Kansai region, logistics between the east and west will be hindered in the event of a disaster.Therefore, the Shin Tomei Expressway was constructed as a bypass route.The Shin Tomei Expressway runs parallel to the Tomei Expressway, and is effective as a bypass route for the Tomei Expressway in the event of a disaster.The Shin Tomei Expressway has a good design and has few sharp curves and steep slopes.Gotemba JCT - Toyota JCTWhen using the Shin-Tomei / Isewangan Expressway, the distance is shortened by several tens of kilometers compared to via the Tomei Expressway, and the time required is often shorter via the Shin-Tomei Expressway.
Gotemba JCT on April 2012, 24-Hamamatsu Inasa JCT, connecting roadShimizu JCT - Shin Shimizu JCT・ Hamamatsu Inasa JCT-Mikkabi JCT 2016(28)2/13Hamamatsu Inasa JCT- Toyota East JCTHowever, on January 2018, 30 (Heisei 1)Ebina Minami JCT - Atsugi Minami ICHowever, 2019 (Heisei 31)3/17Atsugi Minami IC-Isehara JCT, 2020 (Reiwa 2nd year) March 3, Isehara JCT --Isehara Mt. Ooyama ICEach opened.Gotemba IC-Gotemba JCT will be in 2020 (Reiwa 2), Isehara Mt. Ooyama IC --Hatano IC in 2021 (Reiwa 3), Hatano IC-Gotemba IC in 2023 (Reiwa 5)It is scheduled to open in sequence.
- The background color of the IC number field is■For the part that is, the section where the road is in service is shown. The background color of the facility name column is■The part that is indicates that the facility is not in service or is not completed.
- Smart interchange (SIC) is the background color■Indicate.
- If there is no special mention of the route nameMunicipal road.
- bus stop Of the (BS), ○ / ● are in operation and ◆ are inactive facilities. No mark is BS.
- Hamamatsu IC and Nagoya IC are marked with ▲.This is because the BS is a facility installed near the IC and is far from the IC equipment, and is not a BS belonging to this expressway, but the actual operational treatment is the same.
- TB isMain line tollgateIndicates the abbreviation for.
- SAservice area, PAParking areaThe abbreviations of are shown respectively.
The concept of the Tomei Expressway was in 1953 (Showa 28).Right-wing Socialist PartyIn May of the same year, in response to the Act of Parliament "National Land Development Central Expressway Business Bill" submitted byMinistry of ConstructionIt started with the "Tokyo-Kobe Toll Road Plan" published by (at that time) as a Tokaido plan to counter this. "National Land Development Chuo Expressway Business Bill" is a leading businessman from Shizuoka prefecture.Seiichi TanakaTokyo is a main highway that runs through the center of Honshu, centered on the "National Land Construction Promotion Federation" formed by members of the Diet who are in line with Tanaka's concept, based on the "National Expressway Concept" that was proposed shortly after the war.・ Kobe Expressway Chuo Expressway (currentlyChuo Expressway) Was the first concrete plan to be constructed, but the "Tokyo-Kobe Toll Road Plan" published by the Ministry of Construction denies the idea of this business bill in a roundabout way.,originally,Ministry of InteriorIt became a form showing the movement to inherit and revive the prewar National Expressway concept formulated by.
This problem gradually became bigger with the involvement of politicians, and the government limited the section between Tokyo and Kobe, where the planned route was not decided, between Tokyo and Nagoya, and the section between Nagoya and Kobe for the time being. ,Meishin ExpresswayWill be built in advance as..On the Meishin Expressway, during constructionJapan Highway Public CorporationHas hired a road planning technical expert from abroad to plan and design the expressway under the guidance of Dolsh, and Dolsh also served as an advisor to the subsequent Tomei Expressway construction... Construction of the Meishin Expressway began when the Ministry of Construction issued an enforcement order to the Japan Highway Public Corporation in 1957 (Showa 32), but even at this point the construction route between Tokyo and Nagoya was on the Tokaido (Tomei Expressway). The discussion about whether to make it or the Chuo Expressway was still unsettled, and the route was not decided.[Annotation 4]..In the midst of such turmoil, in June 1955 (Showa 30), 6 members of the bipartisan House of Representatives submitted a "National Land Development Transit Vehicle" that said that it would build an approximately 430 km motorway centered on the Tanaka concept. Road Construction Bill ”was passed in April 5000.
The Secretariat of the Ministry of Construction consistently supported the Tomei Expressway bill in terms of technology and finance rather than the Chuo Expressway, which prioritizes development. The Chuo Expressway politicians strongly opposed this, and in the end, due to the compromise of both the Tomei Expressway and the Chuo Expressway, the "Tokaido Main Expressway National Highway Construction Law" and "Chuo Expressway Scheduled Route Law" Two laws were enacted, and both the Tomei Expressway and Chuo Expressway lines were settled by starting construction at the same time...However, in the budget compilation for the following year 36 (1961),Economic Planning AgencyIn 1962 (Showa 37), the following year, the Ministry of Construction ordered the Japan Highway Public Corporation to enforce the Tokyo-Fujiyoshida section of the Chuo Expressway. On the other hand, for the Tomei Expressway, which is economically efficient, we issued enforcement orders over the entire line one after another...For this reason, the construction of the Tomei Expressway is proceeding smoothly, seven years later. 1969(Showa 44) In May, the entire line was opened due to the operation of Oi Matsuda IC-Gotemba IC.
A stamp commemorating the opening of the service was issued on May 1969, 44 (Showa 5).[Source required]..The face value is 15 yen.
- 1958(Showa33 years)3/19 : Matsunaga AnzaemonPrivatethink tank"Industry Planning CouncilIs on the Tokyo-Kobe ExpresswayconstructionThe政府Recommended to.
- 9/27 : World BankSigning of the 3rd loan of the Japan Highway Public Corporation (between Tokyo and Shizuoka, the 1st and 2nd loans are the Meishin Expressway Construction Project) 75,000 thousandUSD, Interest rate: 5.5%, Period: 26 years (Deferred period: 5.5 years).
- 10/6 : Shizuoka IC-Toyokawa IC construction started.
- 1964(39)4/22 : Signing of the 4th loan of Japan Highway Public Corporation with the World Bank (between Toyokawa and Komaki) 50,000 thousand USD, interest rate: 5.5%, period: 25 years (deferral period: 5 years).
- 1965(40)5/26 : Signing of the 5th loan of the Japan Highway Public Corporation with the World Bank (between Shizuoka and Toyokawa) 75,000 thousand USD, interest rate: 6.5%, period: 25 years (deferral period: 4.5 years).
- 7/29 : Signing of the 6th loan of the Japan Highway Public Corporation with the World Bank (between Tokyo and Shizuoka) 100,000 USD, interest rate: 6.625%, period: 15 years (deferral period: 3 years).
- 1968(43)4/25 : Tokyo IC --Atsugi IC / Fuji IC --Shizuoka IC / Okazaki IC --Komaki IC opened and connected to Meishin at Komaki IC.
- 1971(46)12/21 : Metropolitan Expressway No. 3 Shibuya LineShibuya gateway --Connected to the Metropolitan Expressway by opening between the entrance and exit of Yoga.
- 1972(47)10/5 : Connected to Chuo Expressway with the opening of Komaki JCT.
- 1974(49)3/26 : Hamamatsu Nishi IC opened.
- 1977(52): On the Ashigara SA up lineHighwayRest in Ashigara, the first nap resting place, opens.
- 1979(54)7/11 : Nihonzaka tunnel fire accidentOccurrence.
- 1981(56)4/25 : Hadano-Nakai IC opened.
- 1986(61)11/21 : Otowa-Gamagori IC opened.
- 1988(63)3/29 : Susono IC opened.
- 1991(Heisei3 years)
- 3/28 : Gotemba IC-New up line between Oi Matsuda IC (Tomeiashigara Bridge(Including) opening.Along with this, the old up line between Gotemba IC and Oi Matsuda IC was closed at 10:30 am on the same day, and renovation work to the right route of the down line started.
- 8/9 : From 1 pm8/19Temporary service on the right route of the down line between Gotemba IC and Oi Matsuda IC for the Obon period until 6 am.
- 8/24 : Ashigara SA Down Line facility expansion work completed.
- 12/24 : Oi Matsuda IC --Reconstruction work between Gotemba IC completed (up line 2)Lane・ Two lanes on the down line will be changed to three lanes on the up line (new construction) and two lanes on the down line (reconstruction).
- 1995(7)4/22 : Oi Matsuda IC-Completed 6 lanes between Atsugi IC.
- 1997(9)4/1 : Yokohama IC changed its name to "Yokohama Machida IC".
- 1999(11)4/4 : Iwata IC opened.
- 2001(13)10/19 : Connected to Nagoya Expressway No. 11 Komaki Line at Komaki IC.
- 2010(22)2/27 : Connected to the Ken-O Expressway with the opening of Ebina JCT.
- 2012(24)4/14 : Connected to the Shin Tomei Expressway, Shin Tomei Shimizu Connecting Road, and Tosa Connecting Road (Gotemba JCT, Shimizu JCT, Mikkabi JCT).
- 2014(26)6/25 : Up line Ebina JCT --Additional lane between Ebina SA extends.
- 2017(29)3/18 : Mikatahara Smart IC in service..Mikatahara PA changed its name to "Mikatahara PA".
- 2018(30)3/24 : Moriyama smart IC service started.
- 2019(31/ ReiwaFirst year)
- 2020(2nd year of Reiwa)
Down lineOi Matsuda Interchange From (IC)Ashigara Bus Stop Between near (BS) and on the up lineNihonzaka tunnel (TN) There are two routes on the left and right between the entrance and the Nihonzaka TN exit.They run almost in parallel, and the distance does not change much between the left and right routes.
Oi-Matsuda IC-Ashigara BS has a total of 2 lanes, 2 lanes on the left route and 4 lanes on the right route, with the down lines almost parallel, and the up line is 1 route and 3 lanes.Down lineAyuzawa parking area (PA) can only be entered from the left route.The right route is in the form of branching from the rightmost lane (third lane) by one lane before the branch.Also, if you enter the down line from Oi Matsuda IC, you cannot enter the right route.
In addition, just before the left and right route branch, "Large coins, etc.Although the traffic classification of certain types of vehicles has been canceled, it is difficult for large freight vehicles (excluding heavy trailers) to enter the right route because the distance to the branch is short.[Annotation 5]..Also, heavy trailer[Annotation 6] TheVehicle lane #Traffic division of towing vehicles such as expressways, etc.As a general rule, all lanes on the left route are congested and the minimum speed (50 km / h) or less, or the right route cannot be entered unless the traffic is closed.
The current down line right route was previously used as an up line, but due to an increase in traffic volume, the current up line was newly constructed and diverted to a completely different route.On the way, Ayuzawa PA is installed only on the up line and down line left route, and the site of Ayuzawa PA when it was used as an up line can be seen on the down line right route.
Near the east side wellhead of Nihonzaka TN --The down line is 1 route and 3 lanes using a new tunnel, and the up line is 2 lanes on the left route + 2 lanes on the right route, which is a remodeled conventional tunnel. ..When the renovation of this section was completed, the uphill Nihonzaka PA was near the left and right route branch, and the merging vehicle from the PA was forced to enter the left route.Currently, Nihonzaka PA has been relocated to the Yaizu side and newly built, so even if you use PA, you can enter either route.In addition, the east side of the tunnel was controlled to narrow down the left route to one lane in front and then merge into the right route, but now the lane narrowing control in front is abolished and the destination where it merges with the right route. It was improved to a control method that reduces the left one lane.
Lane / maximum speed
|Up and down line||Up line||outbound line|
|Tokyo IC-Ayase BS||6||3||3||100 km / h|
|Ayase BS --Ebina JCT||7||4||3|
|Ebina JCT --Hadano Nakai IC||6||3||3|
|Hadano Nakai IC-Oi Matsuda IC||80 km / h|
|Oi Matsuda IC-Ashigara SA||7||3||2 + 2||※ 1|
|Ashigara SA-Gotemba IC||6||3||3|
|Gotemba IC-Gotemba JCT||100 km / h|
|Gotemba JCT --Susono IC||5||3||2||※ 2|
|Susono IC-Kanbara TN||4||2||2|
|Inside Kanbara TN||80 km / h|
|Kanbara TN --Satsumi TN||100 km / h|
|Inside Satsumi TN||80 km / h|
|Satsumi TN --Tomei Okitsu BS||100 km / h|
|Tomei Okitsu BS-Inside Sodeshi TN||80 km / h|
|Sodeshi TN --Shimizu JCT||100 km / h|
|Shimizu JCT --Shimizu IC||6||3||3|
|Shimizu IC-Shizuoka IC||4||2||2|
|Shizuoka IC-Nihonzaka TN||5||3||2|
|Inside Nihonzaka TN||7||2 + 2||3||80 km / h|
|Nihonzaka TN --Nihonzaka PA||6||3||3||100 km / h|
|Nihonzaka PA-Yaizu IC||5||2||3|
|Yaizu IC-Near Katsumada Viaduct||4||2||2|
|Near Katsumada Viaduct → Makinohara SA|
Near Katsumada Viaduct ← Makinohara SA
|80 km / h|
|Makinohara SA --Sagara Makinohara IC||100 km / h|
|Sagara Makinohara IC → Kikugawa IC|
Sagara Makinohara IC ← Kikugawa IC
|80 km / h||outbound line|
|100 km / h|
|Kikugawa IC-Mikkabi TN|
|Within Mikkabi TN||80 km / h|
|Mikkabi TN --Uri TN||100 km / h|
|Inside Uri TN --Shinshiro PA||80 km / h|
|Shinshiro PA-Nissin JCT||100 km / h||※ 3|
|Nisshin JCT --Nagoya IC||6||3||3|
|Nagoya IC-Kasugai lC||4||2||2|
|Kasugai IC-Komaki JCT||6||3||3|
|Komaki JCT --Komaki IC||4||2||2|
- * 1: The number of down lanes includes the climbing lane between Ashigara BS and Ashigara SA.
- * 2: The number of up lanes includes climbing lanes.
- * 3: There is an uphill lane about 4 km from the front of the Otowa-Gamagori IC on the down line.
Compared to the Chuo Expressway, there are many straight lines in the center of the route on the flat ground, and the general section is limited to 100 km / h, but some sections are restricted to 80 km / h.Especially between Oi-Matsuda IC and Gotemba IC, there are continuous steep slopes and sharp curves on the mountain route.In addition, all tunnels except the Yamato tunnel are regulated to 80 km / h.
In addition to the above sectionsClimbing lane, There are sections where additional lanes are installed.In particularHills near NagoyaThere are additional lanes with a considerable distance in the relatively rugged section that passes through.Currently, a 6-lane construction is underway between Shimizu JCT and Shimizu IC.
Also, the Shin Tomei Expressway Hamamatsu Inasa JCT - Toyota East JCTAs a temporary measure against traffic congestion until the opening of the road, from October 2011, there are provisional 23 lanes in the 10-lane section between Toyota JCT on the up line-Otowa-Gamagori IC and Miai PA on the down line-Toyota JCT. Was being made..In this section, the width of the shoulder is 0.75 m and the width per lane is as narrow as 1 m, so the maximum speed was set to 3.25 km / h (just before the number of lanes increased, it became 60 km / h as a buffer zone. Configuration). After the opening of the Shin Tomei Expressway in February 80, the traffic congestion in the section was significantly reduced, and it was returned to four lanes by the Tomei intensive construction in the fall of the same year..
The up line between Ashigara SA and Oi Matsuda IC isTomei intensive constructionIn such cases, the same section may be closed and the right route of the down line (former up line) may be used as the up line.
Road width is 3.0 m (Shoulder) +3.6 m (Lane) × 2 (or 3) +0.75 m (central side band) +3.0 m (Median strip) +0.75 m (central side zone) +3.6 m (lane) x 2 (or 3) +3.0 m (shoulder) = 24.9 m (or 32.1 m)And the currentRoad structure ordinanceThe width of each part such as the lane and the shoulder of the road is 0.25 m, but the lane of Tomei is 3.6 m.This is because there was no clear standard for high-standard roads in Japan at that time, and the lane widthAmericaUsed in 12フ ィ ー トIs said to have been adopted.
Winter traffic restrictions
Between Tokyo IC and Numazu IC, chain restrictions may be enforced during snowfall, and there are no chain restrictions in the sections west of that, and regulatory measures are taken at the stage of 50 km / h regulation → closed roads during snowfall.High altitude Oi-Matsuda IC-Numazu IC and west of Toyokawa IC where snow clouds flow when a strong winter pressure is placed may be closed.Work such as spraying snow-melting agent is performed in the closed section, but even if the snow stops, the closed measures may be prolonged due to lack of snow removal equipment or freezing at night.
Service area / parking area
- There were shops in all service areas (SA) and parking areas (PA) except the Yui PA down line, which is difficult to install due to the heavy traffic on the Tomei Expressway, but Akatsuka PA The down line commercial facility was closed on August 2017, 29 (8) due to the rebuilding of the toilet...Also, on April 2019, 31 (Heisei 4)Toyohashi Main Line Toll OfficeInstalled on the siteToyohashi parking areaThere are no shops in the area.Furthermore, on May 2020, 2 (Reiwa 5), the food court and shopping corner on the Yui PA up line were closed..
- Open 24 hours for all SAsgas stationIs installed, but not in PA.
- For SAs other than Fujikawa SA, Makinohara SA, Kamigo SA down lineRestaurantIs installed.
- All SAs are equipped with quick charger equipment for electric vehicles (pre-registration required for use).
Main tunnels and bridges
- Tama River Bridge(Tokyo IC-Tokyo TB)
- Yamato Tunnel (Yokohama Machida IC-Ebina JCT / Atsugi IC): 280 m
- Sagamigawabashi (Ebina SA-Atsugi IC)
- Tomei Minasegawa Bridge(Oi Matsuda IC-Ayuzawa PA)
- Mt. Azumayama Tunnel (Oi Matsuda IC-Ayuzawa PA): Up line 298 m Down line Right route 347 m Left route 360 m
- Tsuburano Tunnel(Oi Matsuda IC --Ayuzawa PA): Up line 1,715 m Down line Right route 1,656 m Left route 1,689 m
- Todeyama Tunnel (Ayuzawa PA-Oi Matsuda IC Tokyo area only): 842 m
- Tarogao Tunnel (Ayuzawa PA-Oi Matsuda IC Tokyo area only): 708 m
- Kitahata Tunnel (Ayuzawa PA-Oi Matsuda IC Tokyo area only): 328 m
- Sakuradaira Tunnel (Ashigara SA-Ayuzawa PA Tokyo area only): 482 m
- Takao Tunnel (Ashigara SA-Ayuzawa PA Tokyo area only): 569 m
- Shoryo tunnel(Ashigara SA-Ayuzawa PA Tokyo area only): 125 m
- Shirahata tunnel(Ashigara SA-Ayuzawa PA Tokyo area only): 215 m
- Tomei Sakawagawa Bridge(Oi Matsuda IC-Ayuzawa PA)
- Tomeiashigara Bridge(Ayuzawa PA --Ashigara SA Tokyo area): 370 m (1991)The Japan Society of Civil Engineers Tanaka AwardAward)
- Fujikawa Bridge(Fuji IC-Fujikawa SA): 780 m
- Kanbara Tunnel(Fujikawa SA --Yui PA): Up line 704 m Down line 714 m
- Satsumi tunnel(Yui PA-Shimizu IC): Up line 463 m Down line 425 m
- Okitsu Tunnel(Yui PA --Shimizu IC): Up line 505 m Down line 521 m
- Seikenji Tunnel(Yui PA --Shimizu IC): Up line 780 m Down line 785 m
- Sodeshi tunnel(Yui PA --Shimizu IC): Up line 355 m Down line 366 m
- Tomei Abekawa Bridge (Shizuoka IC-Nihonzaka PA)
- Nihonzaka tunnel(Shizuoka IC --Nihonzaka PA): Up line right route 2,371 m Left route 2,378 m Down line 2,555 m
- Oigawa Bridge(Yaizu IC-Yoshida IC): 850 m
- Tenryugawa Bridge(Enshu Toyota PA --Hamamatsu IC): 1,071 m
- Hamanako Bridge(Hamamatsu Nishi IC --Hamanako SA): 603 m
- Mikkabi Tunnel (Mikkabi IC-Shinshiro PA): Up line 461 m Down line 366 m
- Uri Tunnel(Mikkabi IC-Shinshiro PA): Up line 958 m Down line 913 m
- Yahagi River Bridge (Okazaki IC-Toyota JCT)
Number of tunnels
|Section name||Up line||outbound line|
|Tokyo IC-Yokohama Machida IC||0||0|
|Yokohama Machida IC --Ebina SA||1||1|
|Ebina SA-Oi Matsuda IC||0||0|
|Oi Matsuda IC-Ashigara SA||9||2|
|Ashigara SA-Fujikawa SA / SIC||0||0|
|Fujikawa SA / SIC --Shimizu JCT||5||5|
|Shimizu JCT --Shizuoka IC||0||0|
|Shizuoka IC-Nihonzaka PA||1||1|
|Nihonzaka PA-Mikkabi IC||0||0|
|Mikkabi IC-Mikkabi JCT||1||1|
|Mikkabi JCT --Shinshiro PA||1||1|
|Shinshiro PA-Komaki IC||0||0|
At the time of opening, between Shizuoka IC and Yaizu ICKosaka tunnel(Length 270 m)ButexistHowever, it was connected to the Shinnihonzaka tunnel due to the renovation work of the same section.The Shinnihonzaka Tunnel is only 60 m away from the Shizuoka side wellhead, and it was judged that safety could be ensured by providing continuity, so a shade was built in this part to form a single tunnel.
Oi-Matsuda IC-Gotemba IC passes through a considerable distance on the up and down lines, so the number of tunnels on the up and down lines is also significantly different.There are seven more newly opened up lines.
Time required information board
In Tomei, which has a lot of traffic, almost all sections except some sections such as Hamamatsu Nishi IC on the up line-Hamamatsu IC and Mikkabi IC on the down line-Toyokawa ICTime required information boardIs installed.The time required to reach the next IC, the IC 2-3 sections ahead, and the main IC 50-100 km away is displayed.In addition, instead of the above information boards, horizontally long guide boards that graphically display the required time and traffic obstacles are installed at the Tokyo IC destination on the down line, in front of the Okazaki IC, and in front of the up Ashigara SA.In addition, before the Gotenba JCT on the down line and before the Mikkabi JCT on the up line, which are the two route sections of the Tomei and Shin Tomei, the Gotenba JCT via Tomei and Shin Tomei --Shimizu JCT / Shin Shimizu JCT --Mikkabi JCT A large graphic display board that displays traffic information and required time information is installed.In addition, the Okazaki IC on the down line, which is a two-route section of Meishin and Shin-Meishin, is via Meishin and Shin-Meishin.Kusatsu JCTVariable LED display board that displays information on the time required untilNagoya ExpresswayInner city loop lineA large graphic information board that displays route information up to is installed.
The sections where road lights are installed are as follows.
- Tokyo IC-Gotemba IC
- Susono IC-Numazu IC
- Shizuoka IC-Yaizu IC
- Sagara Makinohara IC-Part of Kikugawa IC, Otowa-Gamagori IC-Part of Okazaki IC, etc.curveIs a continuous section
The standard for setting a continuous lighting section is an average daily traffic volume of 1 vehicles, which should be installed on all lines from Tokyo IC to Komaki IC, but at present, Tokyo IC-Gotemba IC, Shizuoka IC- Securing smooth traffic between Yaizu ICs (before the opening of the new Tomei interchange and ETC discounts, etc.), especially in sections with heavy traffic, or at the base BS where there is frequent traffic congestion Only the sections that are particularly required above are installed.Toyokawa IC-Komaki IC also has traffic volume comparable to that of the Keihin area and Nihonzaka tunnel section, but continuous lighting is not installed here and there are no plans to install it at this stage.In addition, there is a continuous lighting facility between Susono IC and Numazu IC, but it may not be lit depending on the day.
Incidentally,1990 eraUntil the beginning, the continuous lighting section is a steep slope with many curves with the Tokyo IC-Tomei-Kawasaki IC, which is an urban area.Yamakita BS - Ashigara BSIt was only in front (the current confluence of the right and left routes of the down line). It was expanded to the above section due to the new construction and widening work of some sections in the 1990s.
- NEXCO Central Japan Tokyo branch office
- Yokohama Conservation and Service Center: Tokyo IC-Atsugi IC
- Odawara Conservation and Service Center: Atsugi IC-Oi Matsuda IC
- Gotemba Conservation and Service Center: Oi Matsuda IC --Numazu IC
- Fuji Conservation and Service Center: Numazu IC-Shimizu IC
- Shizuoka Conservation and Service Center: Shimizu IC-Hamamatsu IC
- Hamamatsu Conservation and Service Center: Hamamatsu IC --Toyokawa IC * Not including Toyokawa IC
- NEXCO Central JapanNagoya branch
- Toyota Conservation and Service Center: Toyokawa IC-Toyokawa IC * Including Toyokawa IC
- Nagoya Conservation and Service Center: Toyota IC-Kasugai IC
- Hashima Conservation and Service Center: Kasugai IC-Komaki IC
Highway radio (roadside broadcast)
Initially Ashitaka station[Annotation 7]Although it was limited to the east and west of the Toyohashi station, highway radio was installed in many places compared to other expressways due to new construction and section extension.broadcastIt is now being broadcast on all ICs except Mikkabi IC-Mikkabi JCT and Kasugai IC-Komaki JCT.In addition, depending on the location, multiple stations are set up between one IC, and there are places where almost continuous broadcasting is performed.
On the east side of the Toyokawa ICTokyo branch officeBroadcast form that begins with a unique melody by Kawasaki control, the west sideNagoya branchAfter the 4-point chime by Ichinomiya control, it is divided into broadcasting formats that start with "I will inform you of the current highway information at XX hours XX minutes".It used to be divided by the Mikkabi IC, but with the opening of the Shin Tomei Expressway on April 2012, 24, the jurisdiction of the Mikkabi IC-Toyokawa IC was transferred from the Nagoya branch office to the Tokyo branch office. Along with that, the broadcasting format of highway radio was also changed at the Toyokawa IC.
About Kawasaki control, in October 2011 (Heisei 23)Shin-Tomei ExpresswayIn anticipation of the opening, the system was refurbished, changed to machine voice, and information was provided every 2-3 minutes.In addition to the required time information to the main IC, the required time information is provided for each route at stations near the junction connecting to the Shin Tomei Expressway or the connecting route.The starting melody has not changed.On the other hand, with the introduction of the new system, "system failures" that did not occur in the old system have come to occur.Furthermore, in August 2015 (Heisei 27), it was changed to the same machine voice as Ichinomiya control.
In addition, when the Shin Tomei Expressway is partially opened in April 2012, there will be a sign such as "Highway Radio from here" between the Gotenba IC and Toyokawa IC, which is parallel to the Shin Tomei Expressway. Except for the part, it was removed, and many electric bulletin boards similar to the Shin Tomei Expressway were installed instead.In addition, many reorganizations such as the opening of new stations and the absorption and separation of existing stations are being carried out.
- Tokyo (Tokyo IC-near Tamagawa Bridge)
- Yokohama Aoba (Tomei Kawasaki IC-Yokohama Aoba IC)
- Kohoku (Yokohama Aoba IC-Yokohama Machida IC) * Former Yokohama Bureau
- Yokohama (Kohoku PA-Yokohama Machida IC)
- Ebina (Yokohama Machida IC-Atsugi IC) * Former Atsugi Bureau
- Atsugi (Atsugi IC-Hadano-Nakai IC)
- Isehara (Atsugi IC-Hadano-Nakai IC) * Revival of what once disappeared
- Hadano-Nakai (Atsugi IC-Hadano-Nakai IC)
- Nakai (Hadano Nakai IC-Oi Matsuda IC)
- Oi Matsuda (Oi Matsuda IC-Ayuzawa PA)
- Tsuburano (Oi Matsuda IC-Ayuzawa PA) * Tsuburano TN broadcasts the new Ayuzawa station
- New Ayuzawa (Oi Matsuda IC-Ashigara SA) * Former New Ayuzawa Bureau → Former Ayuzawa Bureau.Returned to the new Ayuzawa station due to voice change
- Gotemba (Ashigara SA-Gotemba JCT) * Before the opening of the Shin-Tomei Expressway, the broadcast section was between Ashigara SA-Gotemba IC, but when the Shin-Tomei Expressway opened, it was extended to absorb the old Komakado station west of the Gotemba IC.
- Komamon (Komamon PA-Susono IC) * Former Gotemba Bureau.Before the opening of the Shin Tomei Expressway, the broadcast section was between Gotemba IC and Komakado PA, but it was relocated when the Shin Tomei Expressway opened.
- Susono (Susono IC-Numazu IC)
- Numazu (Susono IC-Numazu IC)
- Ashitaka (Numazu IC-Ashitaka PA) * Former Numazu Bureau
- Fuji East (Ashitaka PA --Fuji IC) * Installed when the Shin Tomei Expressway opens
- Fuji (Fuji IC-Fujikawa SA) * Before the opening of the Shin-Tomei Expressway, the broadcast section was between Fuji IC and Kanbara TN, but it has been reduced due to the establishment of the Fujikawa station.
- Fuji River (Fujikawa SA-Kanbara TN) * Separated west of Fujikawa SA of Fuji Station when the Shin Tomei Expressway opens
- Yui (Yui PA-Shimizu IC)
- Shimizu (Yui PA-Shimizu IC)
- Nihondaira (Shimizu IC-Nihondaira PA) * Installed when the Shin Tomei Expressway opens
- Shizuoka (Nihondaira PA-Shizuoka IC)
- Nihonzaka (Shizuoka IC-Nihonzaka TN)
- Yaizu Higashi (Nipponzaka TN --Yaizu IC) * A new station that separated the west side from the Nihonzaka TN of the Nihonzaka station when the Shin Tomei Expressway opened and extended it to the vicinity of the Yaizu IC
- Yaizu (Yaizu IC-Yoshida IC)
- Makinohara (Yoshida IC-Sagara Makinohara IC)
- Sagara Makinohara (Sagara Makinohara IC-Kikugawa IC)
- Kikugawa (Kikugawa IC-Kakegawa IC)
- Kakegawa (Kakegawa IC-Fukuroi IC)
- Iwata (Fukuroi IC-Enshu-Toyoda PA) * Installed when the Shin Tomei Expressway opens
- Hamamatsu (Enshu Toyota PA-Hamamatsu IC)
- Mikatahara (Hamamatsu IC-Mikatahara PA) * Installed when the Shin Tomei Expressway opens
- Hamamatsu Nishi (Mikatahara PA --Hamamatsu Nishi IC)
- Hamanako Higashi (Hamamatsu Nishi IC-Hamanako SA) * Former Mikkabi Bureau.Changed when the Shin Tomei Expressway opens
- Hamanako Nishi (Hamanako SA-Mikkabi IC) * Installed when the Shin Tomei Expressway opens
- Toyohashi (Uri TN --Toyokawa IC) * Transferred from Ichinomiya control to Kawasaki control after absorbing the Uri station (Uri TN --Shinshiro PA) when the Shin Tomei Expressway opened.
- Toyokawa Higashi (Toyokawa IC-Akatsuka PA)
- Toyokawa (Akatsuka PA-Otowa-Gamagori IC)
- Okazaki Higashi (Otowa-Gamagori IC-Okazaki IC)
- Okazaki (Otowa-Gamagori IC-Okazaki IC)
- Okazaki Nishi (Okazaki IC-Toyota JCT)
- Toyota (Kamigo SA-Toyota IC)
- Tomei Miyoshi (Toyota IC-Tomei Miyoshi IC)
- Nagoya (Togo PA-Nagoya IC)
- Kasugai (Nagoya IC-Kasugai IC)
- Komaki (Komaki JCT-Komaki IC)
24-hour traffic(Table) Road traffic census
|section||Degree of 17||Degree of 22||Degree of 27|
|Shin Tomei Expressway at the time of the survey||Before opening||Gotemba-After opening for three days|
Hamamatsu Inasa-Before Toyota East Opening
|Tokyo IC-Tomei Kawasaki IC||112,746||114,690||107,563|
|Tomei Kawasaki IC-Yokohama Aoba IC||110,523||114,053||107,469|
|Yokohama Aoba IC-Yokohama Machida IC||106,762||113,763||109,326|
|Yokohama Machida IC --Ebina JCT||120,679||130,425||138,067|
|Ebina JCT --Atsugi IC||128,920||145,623|
|Atsugi IC-Hadano-Nakai IC||84,398||90,752||100,628|
|Hadano Nakai IC-Oi Matsuda IC||77,587||83,327||93,008|
|Oi Matsuda IC-Gotemba IC||68,473||74,541||85,753|
|Gotemba IC-Gotemba JCT||61,580||65,328||82,153|
|Gotemba JCT --Susono IC||40,276|
|Susono IC-Numazu IC||62,645||66,029||41,008|
|Numazu IC-Ashitaka PASIC||66,837||71,460||45,636|
|Ashitaka PASIC-Fuji IC|
|Fuji IC-Fuji River SASIC||64,855||69,033||42,237|
|Fuji River SASIC --Shimizu JCT||69,226||42,482|
|Shimizu JCT --Shimizu IC||47,131|
|Shimizu IC-Shizuoka IC||69,756||70,134||44,970|
|Shizuoka IC-Yaizu IC||78,763||79,155||52,121|
|Yaizu IC-Oigawa Yaizu Fujie SIC||73,330||75,136||49,658|
|Oigawa Yaizu Fujie SIC --Yoshida IC|
|Yoshida IC-Sagara Makinohara IC||68,669||70,883||46,119|
|Sagara Makinohara IC-Kikugawa IC||68,733||71,861||47,536|
|Kikugawa IC-Kakegawa IC||67,816||71,357||46,879|
|Kakegawa IC-Fukuroi IC||68,207||71,559||46,256|
|Fukuroi IC-Iwata IC||72,480||77,141||47,276|
|Iwata IC-Enshu Toyoda PASIC||73,904||77,611||47,126|
|Enshu Toyota PASIC-Hamamatsu IC||77,523||47,332|
|Hamamatsu IC-Mikatahara PASIC||66,408||68,549||44,045|
|Mikatahara PASIC-Hamamatsu Nishi IC|
|Hamamatsu Nishi IC-Mikkabi IC||64,996||66,992||43,203|
|Mikkabi IC-Mikkabi JCT||63,368||65,246||42,075|
|Mikkabi JCT --Toyokawa IC||79,519|
|Toyokawa IC-Otowa-Gamagori IC||76,625||77,353||90,891|
|Otowa-Gamagori IC-Okazaki IC||87,764||89,338||105,880|
|Okazaki IC-Toyota JCT||95,937||101,090||119,167|
|Toyota JCT --Toyota IC||69,634||56,526||57,322|
|Toyota IC-Tomei Miyoshi IC||81,510||69,309||67,794|
|Tomei Miyoshi IC-Nissin JCT||87,496||75,643||72,245|
|Nisshin JCT --Nagoya IC||88,535||77,848||77,615|
|Nagoya IC-Moriyama PASIC||66,019||54,972||57,105|
|Moriyama PASIC-Kasugai IC|
|Kasugai IC-Komaki JCT||69,295||56,883||57,621|
|Komaki JCT --Komaki IC||89,457||76,385||76,103|
(Source: "22 Road Traffic Census"27 National Road / Street Traffic Situation Survey"(Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and TourismCreated by excerpting some data from the homepage)
- Daily average traffic volume by section (average for all sections): 76,657 vehicles (99.5% compared to the previous year)
By section, the number from Yokohama Machida IC to Atsugi IC is the largest at 126,614 units (98.9% compared to the previous year).
- Traffic volume
- Annual: 1 units (5141% compared to the previous year)
- Daily average: 41 units
- Fee income
- Annual: 2588 yen (5981% compared to the previous year)
- Daily average: 7 yen
One of the characteristics of using Tomei compared to other routes isTokaidoLogistics大動脈Because it is responsible for, the number of vehicles running does not decrease much even at nightLarge carThe ratio of is high.It is also characterized by the fact that there is traffic on par with metropolitan areas throughout the entire section, but in the 22 survey,Shinmeishin Expressway OfKameyama JCT - Kusatsu JCTThe traffic volume increased in the entire section between Tokyo IC and Toyota JCT compared to the 17 survey because the distance and required time between the east of Toyota JCT and the west of Meishin / Kusatsu JCT were shortened. On the other hand, the number of vehicles between Toyota JCT and Komaki IC decreased by about 12,000 (about 15%).Shin-Tomei Gotemba JCT --In the 2012 survey conducted by Mikkabi JCT, the traffic volume of the parallel Tomei Expressway was almost halved at the Gotemba JCT.On the other hand, traffic volume increased between Yokohama-Machida IC-Gotemba JCT and Mikkabi JCT-Toyota JCT, mainly in the unopened section, and traffic congestion in the same section increased sharply.In the latter section, measures were taken to temporarily increase the number of lanes in some sections only during the period until 24 when the Shin Tomei Expressway was extended.
In addition, there is a lot of traffic on the highway regardless of the time of day or day of the week, so even if you increase the number of lanesTraffic jamHowever, it is severe all year round and the road surface is damaged quickly, accompanied by lane restrictions.Tomei intensive constructionBut every year10It is carried out in a construction period of about two weeks.At this time, the traffic jam became heavier than usual, and at the end, rear-end collisions involving large vehicles continued to occur in parallel.General roadVehicles that detour (National Highway No. 1 and National Highway No. 246) will also cause heavy traffic congestion (Therefore, during the intensive construction period, NEXCO Central Japan will adjust the toll on the Chuo Expressway to the same level as the Tomei Expressway and encourage the detour to the Chuo Expressway. There is).For this reason, Tomei is "the most accident-prone expressway in Japan" except for urban expressways.Therefore, the construction of the Shin Tomei Expressway is underway to solve the above problems.
Odawara Atsugi Road,Hodogaya BypassThere is a lot of traffic between Yokohama-Machida IC and Ebina JCT, where cars from frequently used connecting routes are concentrated, and they are in the same section.Yamato Tunnelnear·Ayase BSCongestion, especially in the vicinity, occurs frequently on Saturdays and holidays.In addition, it started on March 2009, 21 (Heisei 3)."High speed upper limit 1,000 yen"Numazu IC-Fuji IC, which had been a congestion point only during the Golden Week holidaysNakazato BSNear, Fuji IC-Shimizu JCTMatsuoka BSCongestion has begun to occur on weekends in almost all sections, including the vicinity of the Yoshida IC.In addition, mainly on weekday morningsShuto Expressway Line 3Uphill trafficTokyo ICIt may extend past the Tomei Expressway.
After the partial opening of the new Tomei, the traffic congestion in the parallel section of Tomei decreased sharply, but the traffic volume that had been blocked by the traffic congestion in Shizuoka Prefecture began to flow at once, so the section where the new Tomei merged. There is a lot of traffic jams in the area, such as the Torideyama Tunnel on the up line, where the average daily traffic volume was originally relatively low, and traffic jams occur mainly on holidays (from NEXCO Central Japan Congestion Watch Map).
On February 2014, 26 (Heisei 2), due to heavy snowfall, there was a traffic jam of 15 km with the Susono IC at the head, and some cars were stuck for more than 40 hours.
Municipality to pass through
- Tokyo[Annotation 8]
- Sunto-gunOyama Town
- Susono City
- Sunto-gunNagaizumi Town
- Numazu City
- Fuji city
- Shizuoka City
- Yaizu City
- Yaizu City
- Haibara-gunYoshida Town
- Yoshida Town, Haibara District
- Hamamatsu city
Highway to connect
- Shuto Expressway No. 3 Shibuya Line(Directly connected to Tokyo IC)
- C3 Tokyo Outer Ring Road(Connected by Tomei JCT: Under business)
- Kawasaki running through road (Phase II)(Connected by Shukugawara JCT: Under investigation)
- Shuto Expressway Kanagawa No.7 Yokohama Northwest Line(Yokohama Aoba JCTConnect with)
- Hodogaya Bypass(Yokohama Machida ICConnect with)
- C4 Metropolitan area central connecting expressway(Ebina JCTConnect with)
- E85 Odawara Atsugi Road(Atsugi ICConnect with)
- E1A Shin-Tomei Expressway(Isehara JCTConnect with)
- Atsugi Hadano Road(Hadano Nakai ICConnect with: Planning)
- E1A Shin-Tomei Expressway(Gotemba JCTConnect with)
- E70 Izu Transit Expressway(Numazu ICConnect with)
- Nishifuji Road(Fuji ICConnect with)
- E52 Shin Tomei Expressway Shimizu connecting road(Shimizu JCTConnect with)[Annotation 9]
- E69 Shin Tomei Expressway Insa connecting road(Mikkabi JCTConnect with)[Annotation 9]
- Santo Ise connecting road(Connected by Mikkabi JCT: Under investigation)
- E1A Ise Gulf Expressway(Toyota JCTConnect with)
- Nagoya Seto Road(Nisshin JCTConnect with)
- C2 Nagoya second ring roadBranch line (Nagoya ICConnect with)
- E19 Chuo Expressway(Komaki JCTConnect with)
- Nagoya Expressway No. 11 Komaki Line(Komaki ICConnect with)
- E1 Meishin Expressway(Directly connected by Komaki IC)
Down line, near Atsugi IC.BehindMt. Ooyama
Shimizu Ward, Shizuoka City薩 埵 峠From.The sea side is Tomei.National highway No. 1 on the mountain side.
Taken in 1982 (Showa 57)Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism National land image information (color aerial photograph)Created based on.
The Tomei Expressway extends diagonally from the bottom to the upper left of the photo.
- ^ Distance measurement: Kyori measurement (beta)
- ^ The plan had been decided before the opening of the Tomei Expressway.
- ^ However, it cannot be used between the Tomei Susono IC area and the Shin Tomei Nagaizumi Numazu IC area.Currently it is half JCT.
- ^ "Watkins Survey Report"It is not a plan that should be compared, but it is useful on different grounds," he said..
- ^ Since it is legally heading to the right branch, there is no problem even if you approach the rightmost lane in advance from this side.However, the maximum speed at normal times is 80 km / h.
- ^ If you are towing.Light trailerOf these, those with a gross vehicle weight of 750 kg or less (patterns that do not require a towing license) are not eligible (* Not all light trailers do not require a towing license).The maximum speed at normal times is 80 km / h.
- ^ Broadcast as Numazu station at that time.At that time, the same stations existed in two locations on the east and west sides of the main IC.Of the old XX stations in the commentary, the Yokohama, Atsugi, Gotemba, and Numazu stations fall under this category.
- ^ Prefectural borderPassing through, but in TokyoCountry signIs not installed.
- ^ a b Via the connecting roadNew TomeiConnect to the main line
- ^ Ken Asai 2001, p. 62.
- ^ Expressway Numbering List, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism
- ^ Ken Asai 2015, p. 170.
- ^ Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Road Bureau Road Counseling Room - Wayback machine(For archived March 2009, 12)
- ^ Asahi Shimbun December 1969, 5
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- ^ “E1A Shin-Tomei Expressway Ebina-Minami JCT to Atsugi-Minami IC will open at 2018:1 on Sunday, January 28, 15. It is expected to improve productivity and promote regional development by improving distribution efficiency.” (Press Release), Central Nippon Expressway Company, Ltd., (December 2017, 12) 2017/12/20Browse.
- ^ a b "E1A Shin Tomei Expressway Atsugi Minami IC-Isehara JCT will open at 2019:3 on Sunday, March 17, 15”. Central Nippon Expressway Company Limited (July 2019, 2). 2019/2/19Browse.
- ^ "E1A Shin-Tomei Expressway (between Ebina-Minami JCT and Gotemba JCT) Liaison and Coordination Meeting (2nd) Results" (Press Release), Central Nippon Expressway Company, Ltd., (December 2018, 3) 2018/3/20Browse.
- ^ "E1A Shin Tomei Isehara JCT-Isehara Mt. Ooyama IC will open at 2020:3 on Saturday, March 7, 15”. Central Nippon Expressway Company Limited (July 2020, 2). 2020/2/5Browse.
- ^ a b c "E1A Shin Tomei Expressway (between Ebina-Minami JCT and Gotemba JCT) Liaison and Coordination Meeting (3rd) Results”. Central Nippon Expressway Company Limited (July 2019, 8). 2019/8/27Browse.
- ^ "The story so far”. Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Kanto Regional Development Bureau Tokyo Outer Ring National Highway Office. 2013/5/12Browse.
- ^ "(Tentative name) Overview of Ayase Smart Interchange”. Ayase City. 2019/11/25Browse.
- ^ a b "Expressway opening information”. Central Nippon Expressway Company. 2018/2/27Browse.
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- ^ "(PDF)”. Road Bureau, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (July 2019, 9). 2019/9/27Browse.
- ^ "E1 Tomei Expressway (tentative name) Kamigo Smart Interchange and Kamigo Service Area Names”. Central Nippon Expressway Company Limited (July 2020, 2). 2020/2/14Browse.
- ^ "Tomei Expressway (tentative name) Togo Smart Interchange Implementation Plan (Summary Version)”. Nisshin City (September 2019). 2020/11/12Browse.
- ^ Takebe Kenichi 2015, pp. 182-183, from "Seiichi Tanaka"
- ^ Takebe Kenichi 2015, p. 189.
- ^ Takebe Kenichi 2015, p. 190.
- ^ Takebe Kenichi 2015, pp. 191-194, from "Kusahel Dorsh"
- ^ a b c Takebe Kenichi 2015, pp. 199–200, from "Tokaido or Chuo Expressway"
- ^ Takebe Kenichi 2015, p. 199.
- ^ Takebe Kenichi 2015, pp. 197-198, "Two major highway trends and their settlement"
- ^ "Traffic Mahi also worried about the Metropolitan Expressway and the Tomei Expressway connected" "Asahi Shimbun" December 1971, 12 Tokyo Headquarters Edition Evening 21 pages
- ^ Highway Expressway Newspaper July 3, 7 "Flexible Traffic Operation 11nd (Michiko)"
- ^ Highway Expressway Newspaper August 3, 8 issue
- ^ “Additional installation of interchanges on National Expressways” (Press Release), Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, (October 2009, 6)
- ^ “Additional installation of smart interchanges on highways” (Press Release), Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, (October 2011, 3)
- ^ "The additional lane between Ebina JCT and Ebina SA on the Tomei Expressway (up line) will be extended.-Start of operation at 6:25 am on Wednesday, June 11-" (Press Release), Central Nippon Expressway Company, Ltd., (December 2014, 6)
- ^ “Tomei Expressway Ashitaka Smart Interchange will open at 2016:3 on Saturday, March 19, 15” (Press Release), Numazu City / Central Nippon Expressway Co., Ltd. Tokyo Branch, (January 2016, 1) 2016/1/22Browse.
- ^ "Tomei Expressway Mikatahara Smart Interchange will open at 3:18 on Saturday, March 13" (Press Release), Central Nippon Expressway Company, Ltd., (December 2017, 2) 2017/2/10Browse.
- ^ “E1 Tomei Expressway Moriyama Smart Interchange will open at 2018:3 on Saturday, March 24, 15” (Press Release), Nagoya City / Central Nippon Expressway Company, Ltd., (February 2018, 2) 2018/2/1Browse.
- ^ "E1 Tomei Expressway Ashigara Smart Interchange will open at 2019:3 on Saturday, March 9, 15”. Central Nippon Expressway Company, Oyama Town, Shizuoka Prefecture (January 2019, 1). 2019/1/24Browse.
- ^ "E1 Tomei Expressway Tateyamaji Smart Interchange Opening at 2019:3 on Sunday, March 17, 16”. Hamamatsu City Central Nippon Expressway Company Limited (January 2019, 1). 2019/1/31Browse.
- ^ "Nihondaira-Kunoyama Smart Interchange, the new gateway to Shizuoka City Opened on September 2019, 9!”. Shizuoka City, Central Nippon Expressway Co., Ltd. (August 2019, 8). 2019/8/9Browse.
- ^ "横浜北西線（横浜北線〜東名高速）が2020年3月22日16時に開通します ファンランイベント（2020年2月29日）・一般公開イベント（2020年3月8日）も開催”. Metropolitan Expressway Co., Ltd., Yokohama City Road Bureau (December 2019, 12). 2019/12/18Browse.
- ^ "E1 Tomei Expressway Komakado Smart Interchange will open at 2020:3 on Saturday, March 28, 15”. Gotemba City, Shizuoka Prefecture, Central Nippon Expressway Company, Ltd. (January 2020, 1). 2020/1/27Browse.
- ^ "Temporarily change some sections of the Tomei Expressway 2 lanes to 3 lanes-as a safety (traffic jam / accident) measure between Otowa-Gamagori IC and Toyota JCT-" (Press Release), Central Nippon Expressway Company, Ltd., (December 2011, 2)
- ^ "Three lanes (provisional) operation will start when the Tomei intensive construction is completed-Otowa-Gamagori IC-Toyota JCT-" (Press Release), Central Nippon Expressway Company, Ltd., (December 2011, 9)
- ^ "Returning the 3-lane (provisional) operation between the Tomei Expressway Otowa-Gamagori IC to Toyota JCT to 2 lanes" (Press Release), Central Nippon Expressway Company, Ltd., (December 2016, 9)
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- ^ jamjam Civil Engineering Glossary (4) Highway
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Japan Weather Association
The association 19505/10ToMinistry of TransportEstablished as "Japan Weather Association" under the jurisdiction of (currently Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism) ( 19664/1The Japan Weather Association, which was located in each region, was integrated nationwide as the Japan Weather Association), but with the reform of the national public interest corporation system 200910/1Moved to a general incorporated foundation.Along with that, the name was changed from "Japan Weather Association" to "Japan Weather Association".
1993 OfMeteorological Service LawUntil the amendment made it easier to obtain permission for forecasting work for the general public, the Japan Weather Association provided weather information and commentary to television and radio almost exclusively.The Japan Weather Association is also a forecasting business operator with the permission of Article 17, Paragraph 1 of the Meteorological Service Act.
- Head officeTokyoToshima wardHigashiikebukuro3-1-1Sunshine 60Located on the 55th floor of.Regional base is Hokkaido (Sapporo), Tohoku (Sendai city), Chubu (Nagoya city), Kansai (Osaka) And Kyushu (Fukuoka City) Is in 5 places.
- 20006/1In addition, the local headquarters system was changed to the head office / branch office system. 2006Although the Tokai and Kyushu branch offices were renamed to district managers in October 2009In January, the Tokai area manager and the Kyushu area manager changed their names to the Chubu branch office and the Kyushu branch office, respectively, and returned to the original "branch office". In July 1, it became a business division system centered on four businesses: environment, disaster prevention, forecasting, and information systems.
- Hokkaido / Kansai / Chubu and Kyushu were called "branch offices" and Tohoku was called "branch offices", but now they are unified as "branch offices".
Weather forecaster to which you belong
- Mayumi Kishi
- Satomi Kiji(OriginalNorthern Japan Broadcastingannouncer)
- (2010 is the period of childbirth and childcare leave)
- Junichi Teshima
Major forecasters and weather casters who used to belong
- Daisuke Tashiro(CEO）
- Masamitsu Morita(Weather mapChairman)
- Fumio Hirai
- Kiyohji Miyazawa
- Jiro Nakamura
- Hiroshi Yamashita
- Maki Yoshimura()
- Jun Kudo(Apple weather）
- Kumi Okoshi(Life business weather）
- Hanae Koe()
- Tadashi Shinohara
Forecast information provider
- Yahoo! JAPAN
- Japan Broadcasting Corporation
- Live door
- East Nippon Telegraph and Telephone,West Nippon Telegraph and Telephone(177)
- East Japan Railway(Train channel）
Broadcasting station used by the Japan Weather Association
The broadcasting stations used are as follows.局や番組によってはDepending on the station or programWeather News,Weather mapIn addition to the information from the above and examples of using the company's forecast together, weather forecasters from the above two companies may appear.
- TV station
- N=Nippon TVAffiliated station (NNN-NNS), A =TV AsahiAffiliated station (ANN), J =TBSAffiliated station (JNN), T =Television Tokyo Channel 12, Ltd.Affiliated station (TXN), F =Fuji Television Network, IncAffiliated station (FNN-FNS), U =Independent UHF station
- Hokkaido and Tohoku:Hokkaido Broadcasting(J),Aomori TV(J),Akita Broadcasting(N),IBC Iwate Broadcasting(J),Tohoku Broadcasting(J),Sendai Broadcast(F),East Japan Broadcasting(A),Fukushima Central Television(N)
- Kanto:TBS TV(J),TV TOKYO(T)
- Koshinetsu / Hokuriku / Tokai:Broadcasting System of Niigata(J),NST(F),Northern Japan Broadcasting(N),Yamanashi broadcasting(N),TV Yamanashi(J),Shinetsu Broadcasting(J),Nagano Broadcasting(F),Shizuoka broadcasting(J),CBC TV(J),Gifu Chan(U)
- Kinki / Chugoku-Shikoku:Biwako Broadcasting(U),Nara TV(U),Cantere(F),RSK Sanyo Broadcasting(J),Sanin Broadcasting(J),China broadcasting(J),Hiroshima TV(N),TV New Hiroshima(F),TV Yamaguchi(J)
- Kyushu-Okinawa:RKB(J),Kumamoto Broadcasting(J),Oita Broadcasting(J),Minaminihonhoso(J)
- Eur-lex.europa.eu eur-lex.europa.eu
- Weather forecaster
- Meteorological Service Law
- Earthquake early warning
- Forecast business license business
- Japan Meteorological Society
- Ocean Meteorological Society
- Japanese Meteorological Agency
- Japan Weather Association
- Japan Weather Association (@tenkijp)- Twitter
- Japan Weather Association - YouTubeChannel
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