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Fuji Dream Airlines resumes operations on two routes to and from Okadama, expanding the operation period of the Matsumoto line

 
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In addition, it also operates the Shizuoka-Sapporo / Chitose line, which will operate two flights a day between Shizuoka and Sapporo.
 

Fuji Dream Airlines (FDA) will resume operations on routes to and from Okadama Airport from March 3.Shizuoka-Sapporo /… → Continue reading

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Chitose Line

Chitose Line(Chitosesen) isHokkaido(In the Iburi canal)Tomakomai OfNumanohata StationFrom Hokkaido (Ishikari jurisdiction)SapporoShiroishi Ward OfShiroishi StationThe main line connecting the two and Hokkaido (in Ishikari jurisdiction)Chitose OfMinami Chitose StationBranch from the cityNew Chitose Airport StationConsists of branch lines (airport lines) leading toHokkaido passenger railway(JR Hokkaido)Railway line(Main line).

Overview

At Numanohata StationMuroran Main Line,Minami Chitose StationでIshikatsu Line, At Shiraishi stationHakodate honsenConnect with.The Chitose Line on the train operation is the Muroran Main LineTomakomai Station --Between Numanohata Station and Shiraishi Station on the Hakodate Main Line - Sapporo StationIncluding the intervalTomakomaiFrom Tomakomai Station to Sapporo CityKitaTo Sapporo Station (71.2km, 17 stations).

The only complete line in Hokkaido of JR HokkaidoDouble trackIt is a line that has been converted (excluding branch lines).In addition, since the train density is high between Shiraishi Station and Sapporo Station, which are parallel to the Hakodate Main Line, we are running a dedicated double track for flexible operation.[Annotation 1]..From Sapporo cityDonan-Eastern HokkaidoAt the same time as the main trunk line leading to New Chitose AirportAccess route,SapporoSuburbs OfCommutingLine,Sapporo metropolitan areaAnd out of the waylogisticsIt has a variety of personalities as a route.In particular, the section north of Minami-Chitose is one of the most overcrowded in Hokkaido.DiamondIt is a route.Also, in the main line sectionJapan Freight RailwayBy (JR Freight)freight trainIs driven.

All lines, including branch lines, are combined with the Muroran Main Line between Tomakomai Station and Numanohata Station.ICBoarding card"KitacaIs included in the usage area.Sapporo Beer-Teien Station,Planting stationThen.local trainBut there are trains that pass by.note that,Bibi stationDue to a decrease in the number of passengers2017/(Heisei29) It was abolished on March 3th.[JR 1].

Between Minami-Chitose Station and New Chitose Airport Station, which is a branch lineAdditional fareSince it is a section, 20 yen will be added to the fare calculated by the number of kilometers.In addition, this additional fare is2019/(First year of Reiwa) It was 9 yen until the end of September.[JR 2][JR 3].

History

1926/(Taisho15 years)May 8,Hokkaido Railwayof"Sapporo lineIt is a line laid as "(Sapporosen)"[2]..From the perspective of solidarity transportation, the Sapporo line has both endsNational railwayMuroran Main Line-Hakodate honsenWas controlled byLocal lineWas[3], Muroran Main LinecoalFrom the Pacific coast because it was built with an emphasis on transportationIshikari coalfieldClose toOiwake-IwamizawaDue to the fact that it had stretched to Sapporo, it served as a short-circuit route between Tomakomai and Sapporo, which did not exist until then.[4][3]..Numanohata Station at the time of opening of the Sapporo Line-Naebo Station is 1 round trips a day,Passenger freight mixed trainWas the mainstream[4]..It takes 2 hours and 20 minutes between Numanohata Station and Naebo Station.[4], Chitose Station-Naebo Station was 1 hour and 30 minutes[4].

日胆As a result of continued movement by the residents of the district1934/(Showa9 years)May 10From Muroran Main LineTomakomai Station --Between Numanohata Station[4][3],1940/(15)May 10From Naebo Station on the Hakodate Main Line-between Sapporo StationPassenger trainWhen you start boarding[4][3], Tomakomai Station-Sapporo Station 1 round trips a dayDirect operationIt took about 1 hour and 30 minutes between Tomakomai Station and Sapporo Station.[4][3]. Also,1935/(10)May 12Internal combustion engineRailcar(Gasoline car)501 type (later JNR 40350 type)Started operation of, and made passenger trains in Hokkaido smokelessAyaIt became (this)[3].

Pacific War(Great East Asian War)In1943/(18)May 8,Wartime transportation systemFor strengtheningXNUMXth Air FleetHeadquarters was placedChitose Air GroupThe Sapporo Line, which has a base along the line, is used for war execution.Soldier transportation and goods transportationfor[3]By countryWartime acquisitionAnd the Japanese National RailwaysChitose LineBecame[4][5].defeatImmediately after, Tomakomai Station-Sapporo Station makes one round trip, Tomakomai Station-Naeho Station and Tomakomai Station-Chitose Station-Eniwa StationThere were only a few in between[6],1950/(25) On October 10, we returned to the same 1-round trip system between Tomakomai Station and Sapporo Station as during the war.[6].1953/From December (Showa 28), all passenger trains and mixed trains depart and arrive at Sapporo Station.[6].

Before the war, as a line connecting Sapporo and Hakodate,Otaru-KutchanThe Hakodate main line via was functioning as a main line.This is the softness of the roadbed of the Chitose Line[5], Has a sharp curveKitahiroshima Station - Naebo StationAmonglinearThe badness ofbottleneckIt is said that it was because[7]..However, the Hakodate Main Line has a steep slope.Chomanbe Station ――The so-called “Mountain Line” between Otaru Station is the bottleneck, and the flatter Muroran Main Line Oshamambe Station ――The Chitose Line section between Numanohata Station and the so-called “Umi Line” is during and after the war. It has been improved from the viewpoint of increasing transportation capacity.

1950 eraからHonor trainIs also set[6],1960 eraAfter that, while detouring more than 30 km[Annotation 2], Establish the status of the main route between Hakodate and Sapporo from the conditions that are more suitable for high-speed driving than the Hakodateyama Line.1961/(Showa 36) February 10San RokutoWith the timetable revisionLimited express"Sky”Starts operation, etc.[6], The transportation capacity continued to be increased.Initially, "Ozora" passes through all stations on the Chitose Line.[6], Was stopped at Tomakomai and Sapporo.

1965/(40)May 9Chitose Station-Starting between Eniwa Station,1969/(44)May 9By Eniwa Station-between Kitahiroshima Station,Bibi station --Between Chitose Station,Planting station --Bibi Station, Numanohata Station --Sequentially between Uenae StationDouble trackWas made[7].1973/(48)May 9ToShin-Sapporo FukutoshinIn line with the development plan, the track between Kitahiroshima Station and Naebo Station, which had a poor alignment and was a bottleneck in transportation, was replaced, and the double tracking of all lines was completed.[7].1980/(55) All lines will be on October 10stElectrification(Alternating current20,000 V・ 50 Hz)[7]And Chitose Airport Station (currentMinami Chitose Station) Opened[7]Is doneSapporo metropolitan areaFrom important commuting routes and Sapporo cityChitose Airfield (formerly Chitose Airport)As an access route to, the transportation capacity was increased by increasing the number of trains and shortening the required time.

1981/(Showa 56) January 10Ishikatsu LineOpened[7][9][Newspaper 1]..Connect to the Chitose Line at Chitose Airport Station (currently Minami Chitose Station) and head towards SapporoShintoku-Obihiro-KushiroIt became a route that short-circuited the direction.TraditionalNemuro Main LineMost of the honor trains go north from Sapporo on the Hakodate Main Line.TakigawaFrom then, I went south on the Nemuro Main Line to reach Shintoku, but most of them entered the Sekisho Line via the Chitose Line and headed for Shintoku.Eastern HokkaidoTo the directionMain lineI also came to have a personality as.

1986/(61)May 11Since the regular honor trains (limited express / express) were completely abolished from the mountain line between Oshamambe Station on the Hakodate Main Line and Otaru Station, the limited express "Limited Express" will be the only main route connecting Sapporo and Hakodate.Hokuto, Sleeper express trains, night express trains, high-speed freight trains, etc. are frequently operated, and railroad tracks are being strengthened and speeded up.

1987/(Showa 62) August 4Privatization of the national railway divisionAs a result, this lineHokkaido passenger railwayIt was succeeded to (JR Hokkaido).1992/(Heisei4 years) On July 7st, the service started on the same day.New Chitose AirportTerminal building[Annotation 3]A single-track branch line (airport line) that goes into the basement of the city has opened.[10][11][Newspaper 2].

2017/(29) According to the official announcement of JR Hokkaido on May 5, for the increase in transportation volumeShin-Sapporo Station-Chitose StationSince the seismic standard of the viaduct is the applicable standard before 1970 (Showa 45), and because the concrete piece has fallen at Shin-Sapporo Station, the seismic retrofitting of the viaduct is scheduled to be carried out from 2017 to 2021. Has been[JR 4].

Chronological Table

Hokkaido Railway Sapporo Line

National Railways (Public Railways)

  • 1943/(18)May 8: Hokkaido Railway (2nd generation) was acquired by the Ministry of Railways,nationalization..Numanohata Station-Naebo StationChitose LineBecome[12][10][13][14][15][Newspaper 3].
  • 1945/(20)May 11 : Muroran Station --Between Naebo StationAllied trainStarted operation[6][10].
  • 1946/(21)May 11: Ueno Station-Sapporo Station direct train for Allied Forces changed to via Chitose Line[6][10].
  • 1949/(24)May 6: With the enforcement of the Japanese National Railways Act,Public corporationJapan National RailwayTransferred to (JNR).
  • 1955/(30) June 6: All linesRailcarCompletion[10].
  • 1957/(32)
    • May 8: Jozankei Railway starts to enter Sapporo Station with its new diesel railcar[18][14][15].
    • October 10: Sadayamakei Railway abolishes passenger train access to Naebo Station[19]..Along with that, the electrification equipment (DC 1,500 V) between Naebo Station and Higashi Sapporo Station was removed.[14].
  • 1958/(33)
  • 1959/(34)
  • 1960/(35) July 7: Diesel train between Hakodate Station and Sapporo Station (via Muroran Main Line and Chitose Line)Express"Suzuran" service started[10].
  • 1961/(36)
    • May 1: Kitahiroshima Station-Nishinosato Signal Base (first generation) newly established between Uenohoro Station (first generation)[21].
    • February 10:San RokutoWith the revision of the timetableHakodate Station - Asahikawa StationLimited express "via Muroran Main Line / Chitose Line"Sky”Start operation[22][10]..After that, major trains will be operated via the Chitose Line.[10].
  • 1964/: Hakodate Station- Kushiro Station-Abashiri StationLimited express "via Muroran Main Line / Chitose Line"Decoy”Start operation[22][23][24].
  • 1965/(40)
    • May 9: Chitose Station-Double track between Eniwa Station[21][25].
    • October 10: Limited express "between Hakodate Station and Asahikawa Station (via Muroran Main Line and Chitose Line)"Hokuto”Start operation[22].
  • 1966/(41)May 9: Eniwa Station-Double track between Kitahiroshima Station[21][26][14].
  • 1968/(43)
    • May 8: Uenae Station-Double track between Bibi Station[25][14].
    • May 10: Shiroishi Station on the Hakodate Main Line (freight branch line) -Shin-Sapporo Station (first generation) opened, and Shin-Sapporo Station (first generation) was newly established in the same section.[12][19].
    • May 11: Bibi Station-Double track between Chitose Station[25][14].
  • 1969/(44)
  • 1973/(48)
    • May 7: Renamed Shin-Sapporo Station (first generation) to Sapporo Freight Terminal Station[15].
    • May 9: Kitahiroshima Station-Shiroishi Station-Naebo Station (19.6km, double track) new line (all double track) opened[7][10][15]..Kami-Nopporo Station moved to the same section (2nd generation)[4][21]..Kami-Nopporo Station (2nd generation) -Shin-Sapporo Station (2nd generation) between Shiroishi Station[10][11][Newspaper 4]Is newly established.The section between Shiroishi Station and Naebo Station (3.6km) will overlap with the Hakodate Main Line, and the section between Naebo Station and Shiroishi Station will be double-tracked.Numanohata Station-Kilometer break (-0.1km) between Uenae Station.Sapporo Freight Terminal Station will be an intermediate station on the main line from the terminal station of the freight branch line, and will be a connecting station for the Hakodate Main Line and Chitose Line in freight transportation.
    • May 9: Of the old lines, between Kitahiroshima Station and Tsukisappu Station (16.1km) [10]And Higashi Sapporo Station-Naebo Station (3.1km) has been abolished, Nishinosato Signal Base (first generation), Otani Station in the same section[4][10][17]Abolished.The connection between Tsukisappu Station and Higashi-Sapporo Station (2.7km) has been changed to Shiroishi Station.[19],Hakodate honsenTransferred to (freight line)[12][10].
  • 1976/(Showa 51) October 10: Tsukisappu Station-Higashi Sapporo Station is abolished[19]..Tsukisappu Station[4][7][10][17]Abolished.
  • 1980/(55)
    • July 7: 10 km in Chitose city will be elevated and Chitose station will be relocated to the elevated station.4.39 railroad crossings in the same section abolished[7][27][10][Newspaper 5].
    • October 10: All lines (between Numanohata Station and Naebo Station) are electrified (between Naebo Station)Alternating current20,000 V ・ 50 Hz)[7][10][Newspaper 6]..Bibi Station-between Chitose StationChitose Airport Station(Passenger station / directly managed station) newly established[28][10][11][Newspaper 7]..Between Muroran Station-Sapporo Station-Asahikawa StationL limited express"Lilac" operation started[22][29][10].
  • 1981/(56)May 3: Numanohata Station-between Shiraishi Station and Muroran Main Line Numanohata Station-between Muroran StationCentral train control device Introduced (CTC)[Newspaper 8].
  • 1982/(57)May 3: Eniwa Station-Newly established Megumino Station between Shimamatsu Station[10][11][15][Newspaper 9][Newspaper 10].
  • 1986/(61)May 11: Shin-Sapporo Station (2nd generation) --Peace between Shiroishi StationTemporary platformNewly established[10][11][15]..Hakodate Main Line (Freight Branch Line) Shiroishi Station-Higashi-Sapporo Station due to the abolition of the section between Higashi-Sapporo Station[4][7][10][17]Abolished.

After privatization

  • 1987/(Showa 62) April 4:Privatization of the national railway divisionAlong with,Hokkaido passenger railway(JR Hokkaido)First-class railway operatorAs the whole line is inherited[30][14][15].. at the same time,Japan Freight Railway(JR Freight) between Numanohata Station and Shiroishi StationSecond-class railway operatorWill be.Changed the route display between Shiraishi Station and Numanohata Station (56.6km).Heiwa Temporary Station becomes Heiwa Station[15].
  • 1988/(63)
    • May 3: Due to the timetable revision, the rapid "Airport Liner" started operation.
    • May 11: On the Hakodate Main LineKotoni Station --Between Naebo StationContinuous grade separation businessIs completed.Along with this, the section between Sapporo Station and Naebo Station has been changed to 4 lines and multiple lines (Hakodate Main Line and Chitose Line).
  • 1990/(Heisei2nd year) July 7: Sapporo-Beer-Teien Station is newly established between Osatsu Station and Eniwa Station.[10][11][Newspaper 11].
  • 1992/(4)
    • June: Between Tomakomai Station and Shiroishi StationATS-SNstart to use[Newspaper 12].
    • July 7: The branch line between Minami-Chitose Station and New Chitose Airport Station (1km) opens.[10]..New Chitose Airport Station newly established in the same section[10][11][15]..Chitose Airport Station renamed Minami Chitose Station[10][31][15][Newspaper 2]..Due to the timetable revision, the rapid "Airport Liner" was renamed to the rapid "Airport".
  • 1994/(6)
    • May 3: With the start of operation of the limited express "Super Hokuto", the maximum speed between Numanohata Station and Shiroishi Station has improved to 130 km / h.[15].
    • July 7: Nishinosato Signal Base (1nd generation) is newly established between Kitahiroshima Station and Kami-Nopporo Station.
  • 2002/(14)May 3: Sapporo Station-Asahikawa Station Limited Express "Super White Arrow" Starts Direct Operation to New Chitose Airport Station-Sapporo Station as Rapid "Airport"[10]..The maximum speed of the rapid "Airport" has been improved to 130 km / h.
  • 2007/(19) October 10: All linesStation numberingImplement[JR 5].
  • 2008/(20)
  • 2009/(21)May 3: IC tickets "Kitaca" and "" on all linesSuicaStart mutual use with[JR 11][JR 12].
  • 2013/(25)
    • May 3: The mutual use service with the IC ticket "Kitaca" on all lines is now available in addition to the conventional "Suica".PASMO","sense of","TOICA","PiTaPa","ICOCA","Hayakaken","nimoca","SUGOCAExpanded to[JR 13].
    • November 11: The maximum speed of the limited express "Hokuto", "Super Hokuto", and "Suzuran" was reduced to 1 km / h, and the maximum speed of "Super Ozora" was reduced to 120 km / h.Along with this, the maximum speed between Numanohata Station and Minami Chitose Station will be 110 km / h.[JR 14][JR 15].
  • 2014/(26)May 8: The maximum speed of the limited express "Super Tokachi" and the rapid "Airport" is reduced to 120 km / h.Along with this, the maximum speed between Minami Chitose Station and Shiroishi Station will be 120 km / h.[JR 14][JR 16].
  • 2017/(29)May 3: Bibi station is abolished[JR 1], Becomes a beautiful signal field[32].
  • 2018/(30)May 11: A serious incident occurred near Shin-Sapporo Station where a traffic light collapsed on the track[JR 17]..The first train that approached after the collapse was a decelerating ordinary train, so it was possible to stop in front of it and no one was injured.As a result of an investigation by the Japan Transport Safety Board, it was attributed to a construction defect when the Japanese National Railways installed it prior to the October 1980 revision.[33].
  • 2020/(Reiwa 2nd year) March 3: Implemented timetable revision with the following contents[JR 18].
    • Special Rapid Service "Airport" is newly established.
    • Increased the number of rapid "airports" from 4 per hour to 5 per hour.
    • Tomakomai-The first train going down Chitose will be advanced by 25 minutes to Tomakomai at 5:40.

Operation form

Wide area transportation

With Hakodate Main Line and Muroran Main LineHakodate Station - Sapporo StationLimited express "HokutoIs operated 1 round trips a day, and Sapporo Station-in a way that complements these Muroran StationLimited express betweenLily of the valleyIs being driven.In addition, JR Freight operatesfreight trainIs also in operation.

Also, between Sapporo Station and Minami Chitose StationIshikatsu Line-Nemuro Main LineViaObihiro-KushiroLimited express "Ozora / TokachiIs driven.

Until March 2020, 3, when connecting trains bound for Hakodate / Kushiro and trains bound for New Chitose Airport, the transfer was at the same platform at Minami-Chitose Station, with some exceptions.

The vehicles used are as follows.

Regional transportation

Regarding regional transportationHakodate honsen(Sapporo-Shiroishi) and Muroran Main Line (Numanohata-Tomakomai) combined Sapporo-New Chitose Airport-Tomakomai is an integrated operation and is the terminal station on the line name.Numanohata StationandShiroishi StationThere are no trains departing from or arriving at.Of these, about 4% of ordinary and high-speed trains go directly to the Hakodate Main Line in the direction of Otaru.With the Muroran Main Line towards Muroran and the Tadanuma LineDirect operationA small number of trains are set.

Airport rail transportationFrom New Chitose Airport Station to SapporoOtaruRapid train to the directionAirportIs operated approximately every 12 minutes.local trainDuring the daytime, there are about 1 to 2 trains operating per hour, one of which runs to Tomakomai Station and the rest to return at Chitose Station.Regular trains departing from and arriving at New Chitose Airport Station are also available only during the morning and evening hours.

Most regular trainsKitahiroshima StationConnect with rapid trains.Stations and signal boxes where trains can be evacuatedBibi signal field-Minami Chitose Station・ Chitose Station ・Sapporo Beer-Teien Station-Shimamatsu Station・ Kitahiroshima Station ・Uenoboro Station・ Shiroishi Station (However, Shiroishi Station can only be evacuated to Sapporo).

From Minami Chitose Station to / from Chitose StationIshikatsu Line OfOiwake Station-Shin-Yubari StationThere is a regular train that goes directly to.This train is a railcarOne-man drivingIs being carried out.In addition, these one-man trains that are directly connected to the Sekisho Line can also get on and off from all doors on the Chitose Line.

Between Sapporo Station and Tomakomai Station, including the Chitose Line, the average number of trains operated per hour during the daytime of the revised schedule on March 2020, 2 (Reiwa 3) is as follows.

Daytime operation pattern
Type\Station nameSapporo...Shiraishi...ChitoseMinami Chitose...Tomakomai
Number of trains in serviceLimited express "Hokuto" "Suzuran" 1Muroran / Hakodate area
Limited express "Ozora" "Tokachi" 1Sekisho Line direct
Rapid "Airport"part
To Otaru
Through
5→ New Chitose Airport Station
ordinary1 
1-2 
 0-1Sekisho Line direct


The vehicles used are as follows.

  • Electric train
    • 721 series
    • 731 series
    • 733 series
    • 735 series
      731 series and 735 series are not applied to the rapid "airport".However, it may be applied to regular trains departing from and arriving at New Chitose Airport, which do not become a rapid "airport".
  • Railcar
    • Kiha 143 type --From Sapporo in the morning that runs beyond Tomakomai StationHigashi MuroranGoing / nightMuroranOnly one round trip from Sapporo to Sapporo.
    • Kiha 40 series --Sekisho Line direct train only.The connection station with the Sekisho Line is Minami Chitose Station, but it runs to Chitose Station.One-man operation.
    • Kiha 150 type --Since 2019, it has been operated in common operation with Kiha 40 series.

Extra trains other than sleeper limited express

On the Chitose LineExtra trainIs also in operation.The trains that have been operated in the past are as follows

Data

Route data

Transport density

For each sectionTransport densityIs as follows.The data released by JR Hokkaido since 2012 is the sum of the data released on the Muroran Main Line (between Tomakomai Station and Numanohata Station), which operates in a substantially integrated manner.

年度Transport density (person / day)RemarksSource
Shiraishi Station-
Between Tomakomai Station
Minami Chitose Station-
Between New Chitose Airport Station
Degree of 201243,88527,158[JR 21]
Degree of 201344,31228,281
Degree of 201443,97429,074[JR 22]
43,433[JR 23]
Degree of 201545,34530,670[JR 24]
44,812[JR 25]
Degree of 201645,59931,507Typhoon 10Excludes September-December to exclude the effects of.[JR 26]
45,33732,001Numbers including September-December
Degree of 201746,076Increased from the previous year due to favorable access to New Chitose Airport and resumption of limited express train operation directly to the eastern Hokkaido area.In addition, the aggregation method will be reviewed from the same year.[Annotation 6][JR 27]
Degree of 201846,416[JR 28]
2019 (first year of Reiwa)45,232New Coronavirus Infection (COVID-19)Decreased from the previous year due to the impact of the expansion of[JR 29]
2020 (Reiwa02 years)24,422Significant decrease from the previous year due to the influence of COVID-19[JR 30]

Balance / operating ratio

Sapporo area (Kitacaarea)[Annotation 7] OfIncome and expenditure(Operating revenue, operating expenses, operating profit / loss)Operating coefficientIs as follows.Both are amounts including management costs (▲ means minus).The balance and operating ratio of only the Chitose Line (between Shiroishi Station and Numanohata Station and between Minami Chitose Station and New Chitose Airport Station) have not been announced.

Sapporo area lines (including Chitose line)
年度Balance (million yen)Sales
coefficient
(Circle)
RemarksSource
Sales
Revenue
Sales
cost
Sales
Profit and loss
Degree of 201439,72142,383X 2,662107[JR 23]
Degree of 201540,61942,794X 2,175105[JR 25]
Degree of 201640,66846,136X 5,467113Increased repair and depreciation costs[Annotation 8]Increased operating expenses[JR 26]
Degree of 201742,07444,566X 2,492106Improved from the previous year due to the resumption of operation of limited express trains in the eastern Hokkaido area, increased use, and reduced depreciation costs.In addition, the aggregation method will be reviewed from the same year.[Annotation 9][JR 27]
Degree of 201841,84244,597X 2,755107Expansion from the previous year due to increased repair of viaducts[JR 28]
2019 (first year of Reiwa)42,13444,394X 2,260105Improvement from the previous year due to snow removal by outsourcing and reduction of depreciation costs[JR 29]
2020 (Reiwa02 years)24,51642,394X 17,878173Expansion from the previous year due to the influence of the new coronavirus infection (COVID-19)[Annotation 10][JR 30]

Additional fare income

The annual additional fare revenue between Minami-Chitose Station and New Chitose Airport is as follows. As of the end of 2017 (Heisei 29), the recovery rate of capital investment, etc. from additional fare income, etc. is 85.3%.[JR 2].

年度Additional fare incomeRemarks
Degree of 201010 million yen[JR 31]
Degree of 201110 million yen[JR 31]
Degree of 201211 million yen[JR 31]
Degree of 201312 million yen[JR 31]
Degree of 201412 million yen[JR 31]
Degree of 201512 million yen[JR 32]

Station list

Main line

For convenience, the section between Tomakomai Station on the Muroran Main Line and the section between Numanohata Station and the section between Shiroishi Station on the Hakodate Main Line and Sapporo Station, where all trains board at the end, are also posted.

  • All sectionsAC electrification(However, except for the single track for the Hidaka Main Line, which will be described later)
  • Between Tomakomai Station and Tomakomai Freight StationSanshin(Double track for Muroran Main Line / Chitose Line and single track for Hidaka Main Line), Tomakomai Freight Station-Double track between Shiroishi Station, Double Track between Shiroishi Station-Sapporo Station (Double track for Hakodate Main Line and Chitose Line) Annex)
  • The station number () is from the passenger station era
  • (Currency): Freight-only station, ◇: Freight handling station (no regular freight trains arrive or depart),Bill : Specific city areaStations in the "Sapporo city" area of ​​the system
  • Cumulative operating kilometers are from Numanohata Station.The business kilometers between stations are between passenger stations.
  • Stop station
    • Regular trains basically stop at all passenger stations, but some trains pass through ▽ stations.
    • Special Rapid Service / Rapid Service = Special Rapid Service / Rapid ServiceAirport”… ●: All trains stop, |: All trains pass, ▲: Stop only early in the morning and at night
      • See the train article for all special rapid and rapid "Airport" stops
    • For limited express trains,#Wide area transportationSee each train article listed in
Route nameStation numberstation nameOperating kiloSpecial rapidfastConnection route/remarksAddress
Between stationsCumulative
Muroran Main LineH18Tomakomai Station-8.8  Hokkaido passenger railway : ■Muroran Main Line(Higashi MuroranDirection)·Hidaka Main LineIn the Iburi canal
Tomakomai
 (Currency)Tomakomai Freight Station-5.4  (Branch station on the facility with the Hidaka Main Line)
H17Numanohata Station8.80.0  Hokkaido Railway Company: Muroran Main Line (IwamizawaDirection)
Chitose Line
H16Planting stationAnd6.46.4   
(H15)Bibi signal field-13.9   Ishikari jurisdictionChitose
H14Minami Chitose Station12.018.4●●Hokkaido Railway Company:■Chitose Line (branch line) ・■Ishikatsu Line[*1]
H13Chitose Station3.021.4|● 
H12Choto Station
(Kirin BeerIn front of the Chitose Factory in Hokkaido)
3.524.9|| 
H11Sapporo Beer-Teien StationAnd2.227.1|| Eniwa
H10Eniwa Station
(Hokkaido Bunkyo UniversityPrevious)
2.329.4|● 
H09Megumino Station2.531.9|| 
H08Shimamatsu Station◇2.234.1|| 
H07Kitahiroshima Station6.540.6|● Kitahiroshima City
 Nishinosato Signal Field-44.4||
H06Bill Uenoboro Station8.048.6|| SapporoAtsubetsu Ward
H05Bill Shin-Sapporo Station2.951.5●●Sapporo Municipal Subway : ■ 東西 線 ...Shin-Sapporo Station (T19)
 (Currency)Sapporo Freight Terminal Station-53.6|| Shiroishi Ward
H04Bill Peace Station2.954.4|| 
H03Bill Shiroishi Station2.256.6|▲Hokkaido Railway Company:■ Hakodate honsen(Toward Iwamizawa)
Hakodate honsen
H02Bill Naebo Station◇3.960.5|| Chuo
01Bill Sapporo Station1.962.4●●Hokkaido Railway Company:■ Hakodate Main Line (OtaruDirection)[*2]-■ Satanuma Line(Gakuen Toshi Line)[*3]
Sapporo Municipal Subway:■ Namboku Line-■ Toho Line ...Sapporo station (N06 / H07)
Kita
[*4]
  1. ^ There are no trains that start and end at Minami-Chitose Station, and all regular trains run to Chitose Station.
  2. ^ Most trains drive directly to Otaru.
  3. ^ The official starting point of the Gakuentoshi Line is the Hakodate Main LineKuwazono StationHowever, in terms of the operation system, all trains run into Sapporo Station, and one of them goes directly between Sapporo Station on the Chitose Line and New Chitose Airport Station as a rapid "airport".
  4. ^ The station buildingChuoLocated in.

Branch line

  • All sections AC electrification / single track
  • All Special Rapid and Rapid "Airports" and regular trains stop at both stations.
  • Both stations are located in Chitose City, Ishikari jurisdiction, and trains can be exchanged.
Station numberstation nameSales
Kilo
Connection route/remarksOn the ground
/
地下
AP15New Chitose Airport Station-地下
H14Minami Chitose Station2.6Hokkaido Railway Company:■Chitose Line (Main Line)[*1]-■Ishikatsu LineOn the ground
  1. ^ All trains departing from and arriving at New Chitose Airport Station are on board Sapporo Station.

Abolished section

The name of the location is the one at the time of abolition.All stations Hokkaido (Ishikari jurisdiction).These sections are non-electrified (Naebo Station-Higashi Sapporo Station between 1931 and 1957 1500 V DC electrification).

  • Naebo Station --Higashi Sapporo Station (3.1km) --Abolished on September 1973, 48 (Showa 9)[10].
  • Higashi Sapporo Station --Tsukisappu Station (2.7km) --September 1973, 48 (Showa 9) After being incorporated into the Hakodate Main Line (freight line)[10], 1976 (Showa 51) abolished on October 10[19].
  • Tsukisappu Station --Kitahiroshima Station (16.1km) --Abolished on September 1973, 48 (Showa 9)[10].
station nameOperating kiloConnection route/remarksAddress
Between stationsCumulative
Naebo Station-0.0Japan National Railway: Hakodate Main Line
Sapporo tram: Naebo Line (Naebo Station Stop) --Abolished October 1971, 10
SapporoChuo
Higashi Sapporo Station3.13.1Japanese National Railways: Hakodate Main Line (Freight Branch Line / Shiroishi) --Abolished on November 1986, 11
Jozankei Railway : Jozankei Railway Line --Abolished on April 1969, 11
Shiroishi Ward
Tsukisappu Station2.75.8 
Oyachi Station3.18.9 
Kami-Nopporo Station (first generation)3.512.4 Shiroishi Ward
(CurrentlyAtsubetsu WardSeparated into)
Nishinosato Signal Field (first generation)5.217.6 Sapporo-gunHiroshima Town
(CurrentKitahiroshima City)
Kitahiroshima Station4.321.9Japanese National Railways: Chitose Line (toward Numanohata)

A signal box that used to be a passenger station

  • Bibi Signal Station-Former Bibi Station (H15). March 2017, 29 (Heisei 3) Abolition of passenger treatment[JR 1].

Past connecting routes

  • Numanohata Station:Funai Line(Old line) --Paused on November 1943, 18 (substantially abolished)
  • Chitose Station:

Concept for the future

Increased number of rapid "Airport"
As of 2016 (28), JR Hokkaido has a policy to increase the number of rapid "airports" running on the Chitose Line from the current 1 hour 4 trains (15 minute intervals) to 1 hour 5 trains (12 minute intervals). In connection with this, we are considering making a three-dimensional intersection of the connecting line from Sapporo Freight Terminal Station to the main line.This is because freight trains from Sapporo Freight Terminal Station frequently enter the main line, and freight trains to Chitose run on the tracks for Sapporo even though they are short sections, so it is difficult to increase the number of trains with the current wiring. That is the reason.In addition, a method to increase the number of "Airport" vehicles currently being operated in a 6-car train was also considered, but it was decided to be postponed due to the large-scale improvement of the platform at the stop station.[Newspaper 14].
On September 2019, 9, JR Hokkaido announced that it plans to increase the number of trains to 11 per hour by the timetable revision in the spring of 2020 after increasing the number of vehicles and improving the signal equipment.[JR 33], Increased number of trains from the timetable revision on March 2020, 3[JR 18].
ES CON FIELD HOKKAIDO(Kitahiroshima City) Transportation support due to opening
Professional baseball-Hokkaido Nippon-Ham Fighters Sapporo DomeIn connection with considering the construction of a new home stadium to replaceKitahiroshima CityAs a "ball park concept" summarized by, attracting a new stadium for fighters to the site of "Kitahiroshima Comprehensive Sports Park" planned at a position about 1.5 km away from Kitahiroshima Station, and transportation access to the new stadium. Plans such as requesting JR Hokkaido to set up a new station on the Chitose Line to improve convenience are being considered.[Newspaper 15][Newspaper 16].
After that, in February 2019, it was announced that the ball park access would be supported by the renovation of Kitahiroshima Station, while discussions would continue on the construction of the new station.[Newspaper 17].
Furthermore, in December 2019, JR Hokkaido will announce a new station construction plan and its construction cost (Petition stationTherefore, it will be a burden on Kitahiroshima City.It is about 80-90 billion yen, which is higher than the estimated 70 billion yen of Kitahiroshima City.[Newspaper 18]) ・ Announced the outlook for the completion date (7 years of construction, not in time for the opening of the ball park)[JR 34].
After that, JR Hokkaido conducted a survey on the strength of the ground and whether the land necessary for maintenance could be secured at the planned construction site of the new station by the end of March 2020, and then showed the result that "technical maintenance is possible". rice field[Newspaper 19]..Based on this result, Kitahiroshima City submitted a petition for the establishment of a new station to JR Hokkaido on July 7, the same year, aiming to open in the spring of 6.[Newspaper 19].
On December 2020, 12, Kitahiroshima City will start a detailed survey for the opening of a new station in 15, and a memorandum of understanding clearly stating the construction period and cost until the opening of the new station with JR Hokkaido within the next year. Showed the idea of ​​concluding[Newspaper 20].
Direct access to Tomakomai and Sekisho lines on the New Chitose Airport branch line
It is being considered to carry out a large-scale renovation of New Chitose Airport Station and its surroundings, and to connect the station to the Tomakomai side by incorporating it into the main line of the Chitose Line and double-tracking it to connect the Sekisho Line.If realized, convenience will be improved and the effect of increasing sales of JR Hokkaido is expected, and we are aiming for completion in 2022 at the earliest.[Newspaper 21].
After that, a corporate alliance that operates privatized airports in Hokkaido, including New Chitose Airport (Hokkaido AirportEtc.) and JR Hokkaido have announced a policy to relocate the New Chitose Airport branch line and New Chitose Airport station to increase transportation capacity, and to make the structure compatible with direct access to the Tomakomai and Sekisho lines until 2030. Aiming for completion of[Newspaper 22].. In July 2020, Governor of HokkaidoNaoichi SuzukiHas requested the government to utilize the operating right consideration of about 7 billion yen paid by the operator to the national government due to the privatization of seven airports in Hokkaido for the through of New Chitose Airport Station and the Doto and Southern Hokkaido areas.[Newspaper 23].
New Chitose Airport Station-Asahikawa Station direct train concept
Hokkaido Airport Asahikawa AirportBased on the fact that we are planning to position the airport as a compliance point airport next to New Chitose Airport, we aim to improve convenience when going back and forth between the two airports.Muroran Main Line OfOiwake StationA new route connecting New Chitose Airport Station and Asahikawa Station without changing trains is being considered.[Newspaper 24]..The new route is scheduled to be opened after 2025, when the renovation of facilities at Asahikawa Airport will begin in earnest, and JR Hokkaido and Hokkaido Airport have begun to consider whether or not it will be realized.[Newspaper 24]..When heading from Asahikawa Station to New Chitose Airport Station, it is necessary to change trains at Sapporo Station after the direct train that connects Asahikawa Station and New Chitose Airport Station via Sapporo Station was abolished by the timetable revision in March 2016. If you use the rapid "Airport" from Sapporo Station, it takes about 3 hours and 2 minutes at the shortest, including the transfer time.[Newspaper 24]..The new route is operated by diesel train, unlike the direct train via Sapporo Station.[Annotation 11]However, if the new route is operated as a limited express train, it is expected to be shortened to about 1 hour and 30 minutes.[Newspaper 24].

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注 釈

  1. ^ Therefore, it is often seen that trains on the Hakodate Main Line and Chitose Line depart at the same time at Sapporo Station.
  2. ^ 2013/(25) Current Sapporo Station- Hakodate StationThe business distance between them is 318.7 km via the sea line.[8]On the other hand, there is a difference of 286.3 km between 32.4 km via the mountain line.
  3. ^ New Chitose Airport itself was opened on July 1988, 63 (Showa 7).
  4. ^ The reading is "Tsukusamu".
  5. ^ As of April 2006, 18, the scheduled start time was announced as the first time in 4 (Heisei 27).[JR 6]Accelerated in the fall of 2007, announced on June 19, 6[JR 7].
  6. ^ Hokkaido Rail Pass,Adult Holidays Bakuraku Club Pass (East Japan / Hokkaido)Review the accounting method for the use of.
  7. ^ Chitose Line (Shiraishi Station-Numanohata Station, Minami Chitose Station-New Chitose Airport Station), Muroran Main Line (Numanohata Station-Tomakomaki Station), Hakodate Main Line (between Numanohata Station and Tomakomai Station)Otaru Station - Sapporo Station - Iwamizawa Stationwhile),Satanuma Line(Kuwazono Station - Hokkaido Medical University Stationwhile)
  8. ^ Due to viaduct earthquake resistance measures on the Chitose Line, replacement of train lines, and expansion of 733 series trains.
  9. ^ Hokkaido Rail Pass,Adult Holidays Bakuraku Club Pass (East Japan / Hokkaido)Review the income and accounting method for the use of.The depreciation cost of vehicles is reflected by changing from the rough classification such as limited express type diesel railcar and general type diesel railcar to the classification for each series.
  10. ^ There was a decrease in operating revenue due to a decrease in transportation revenue, a decrease in repairs of railroad tracks and railroad crossings, and a decrease in operating expenses due to a decrease in commission payments due to the sale of tickets by other companies.
  11. ^ The section between Sekisho Line Minami Chitose Station-Oiwake Station and Muroran Main Line Oiwake Station-Iwamizawa Station, which is included in the new route, is a non-electrified section.

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newspaper article

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References

Document

  • Japanese National Railways Hokkaido General Bureau (edited and published) "Hokkaido Railway 1981 Years History" Volume 3 Japanese National Railways Hokkaido General Bureau, March 62, pp. 63-98, pp. XNUMX. 
  • Japanese National Railways Sapporo Construction Bureau 70 Years History Editorial Committee (ed.) "Sapporo Construction Bureau XNUMX Years History" Japanese National Railways SapporoConstruction Bureau, 1977, p. 3. 
  • "History of Eniwa City"Eniwa, 1979, 1026 pages. 

Book

  • Satoshi Ishino (Editor-in-Chief) "Stop Station Transition Encyclopedia JNR / JR Edition"JTB publishing, August 1998, 9.ISBN +978-4-533-02980-6. 
  • Naomi Yano(Author) "Hokkaido Train Trip All Line Guide"Hokkaido Shimbun, February 2001.ISBN +978-4-89453-161-1. 
  • (監修) 『写真で見る北海道の鉄道』 上巻 国鉄・JR線巻北海道新聞社(編集)、2002å¹´7月15日、4-45頁・62-83頁・94-105頁・114-123頁・311-319頁頁。ISBN +978-4-89453-220-5. 
  • Kazuo Tanaka (supervised) "Railway in Hokkaido seen in photos" Volume 2002 SL, Seikan Ferry, etc. Volume Hokkaido Shimbun (edited), December 12, 5, pp. 245-249.ISBN +978-4-89453-237-3. 
  • Keisuke Imao(Supervised) "Japan Railway Travel Map Book―All lines, all stations, all discontinued lines― ”No. 1, Hokkaido volumeShinchosha Co., Ltd.<Shincho "Travel" Mook>, May 2008, 5.ISBN +978-4-10-790019-7. 
  • Keisuke ImaoTakeshi Hara(Supervised) Written by Japan Railway Travel Map Book Editorial Department (Edit), "Japan Railway Travel History Map Book-All Lines, All Stations, All Honor Trains-" No. 1, Hokkaido Maki Shinchosha <Shincho "Travel" Mook>, 2010 May 5th.ISBN +978-4-10-790035-7. 

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