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Keihin Tohoku Line
Keihin Tohoku Line(Keihinto Hokusen) isSaitamaSaitamaOmiya W OfOmiya StationFromTokyoChiyoda Ward OfTokyo StationViaKanagawa横 浜 市Nishi-ward OfYokohama StationTieEast Japan Railway(JR East) operatesTrain line OfCommon name of operation systemIs.Between Omiya Station and Tokyo StationTohoku Main LineBetween Tokyo Station and Yokohama StationTokaido Main LineIs part of.Station numberingThe route code used inJK.
The mode of operation is Yokohama Station- Isogo Station - Ofuna StationAmongNegishi LineIs one withKeihin Tohoku / Negishi LineIn some cases, it is also referred to as the "Keihin Tohoku Line" including the Negishi Line.Hereafter, the situation between Omiya Station and Ofuna Station, including the Negishi Line section, will be described as necessary.In addition, since the trains operated in this paper (this system operates only trains, hereinafter referred to as "trains") change up and down at Tokyo Station, the section notation order is Omiya Station → Tokyo Station → Yokohama Station → Ofuna Station. (For details on directions, etc.)Later).
In TokyoCity centerFrom north to south, northSaitamaSaitama, SouthKanagawa横 浜 市-Kamakura cityTie up to.Line color Thesky blue(■), It is used for the color of the body band of the vehicle and for guidance in station facilities.
1914(Taisho 3)May 12 OfTokyo StationAt the same time as the opening of the businessKeihin LineAsTokaido Main LineTokyo Station - Takashimacho StationIt originated from train operation that started between (non-existent), and then northTohoku Main LineOmiya station, southNegishi LineThe service section has been extended to Ofuna station1973It became the current operation mode in (Showa 48).2014Celebrated the 100th anniversary of operation.
The name of "Keihin Tohoku Line" is the eastern part of the service section.KyotoAnd sideways浜"Keihin", which is based on the connection between the two, and the Tohoku Main LineTrain lineIt consists of "Tohoku" based on the fact that the name is "Tohoku".#history(See also section), but this is a common name in passenger information, and the official line name is Tokyo Station- Yokohama StationBetween Tokaido Main Line, Tokyo Station- Omiya StationThe distance is the Tohoku Main Line.Generally, not only the operator (JR East) but alsoMinistry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and TourismAnd related railway companies,Mass mediaEtc. use the name of "Keihin Tohoku Line", so this name is well established.For that reason, it is omitted in some transfer guides.[Note 1].
In the past, the priority was low in terms of the timing of new car launches compared to other lines. From 1957 (Showa 32), the introduction of high-performance cars and colorization of trains began on the Chuo Line, but after that, the Yamanote Line and Chuo Sobu Line were given priority, and the Keihin Tohoku Line was ranked second. became.at last1965The introduction of a new sky blue car was promoted for the first time from (40), but it was held in 1970 (Showa 45) on the way.Japan World ExpositionNew car for transportationKeihanshin LineIt is decided to be sent to.For this reason, even in 1970, old grape-colored vehicles continued to run, and passengers complained one after another..
For a long time, it was the only railway service system that traversed the center of Tokyo from north to south and connected Saitama and Kanagawa prefectures.2001 OfShonan Shinjuku LineStart of operation, direct operation between subway lines in central Tokyo and railway lines in the suburbs[Note 2],2015ToUeno Tokyo LineMutual direct operation of medium-distance trains between the Tohoku Main Line and the Tokaido Main Line[Press 1], And even at the end of November 2019Saikyo Line-Kawagoe LineとSagami RailwayThe role of the Keihin-Tohoku Line as a vertical line has been dispersed due to the start of mutual direct operation.
North and South
In general, Japanese railways refer to trains that move away from the starting station of the line as "down" and vice versa as "up", but Keihin Tohoku, which operates across Tokyo Station, which is the starting point of the Tohoku Main Line and the Tokaido Main Line. This definition does not apply to lines.Therefore, inside JR, the train from Omiya Station to Ofuna Station is called "Southbound" (Nankou / Minamiyuki), and the train from Ofuna Station to Ofuna Station is called "Northbound" (Hokko / Kitayuki). Distinguish..In addition, "southbound" and "northbound" are also distinguished for trains that do not penetrate Tokyo Station.(Detail isLater).However, in principle, it is expressed as "for Ofuna" or "for Omiya" in the passenger information (other similar examples arediagramSee).
- 1914(Taisho3 years)
- May 12 : Tokyo StationからTakashimacho StationUntil (later abolished)Tokaido Main LineTrain lineKeihin LineStarted operation as.
- Back thenCabinet Railway InstituteIt was the longest train operation section in Japan, so it is half of one car.Second-class guest room(Currentgreen seatVehicles with (corresponding to) (XNUMXnd and XNUMXrd class combined vehicles) were connected.Also,Keihin trainIt was also called.
- The Keihin Line train started operating with the opening of Tokyo Station, but due to lack of preparation, the down train carrying guests was stuck early on the opening day.Sengoku MitsuguThe governor of the Ministry of Railways is nextMay 12In addition to posting an apology advertisement in each newspaper of the newspaper, the train operation was temporarily suspended due to troubles after that, and it has been careful for more than half a year.試 運 転And restarted the operation.
- May 12: Operation suspended.Keihin Line dedicated stationOimachi Station・ Takashimacho Station is closed.
- May 12 : Tokyo StationからTakashimacho StationUntil (later abolished)Tokaido Main LineTrain lineKeihin LineStarted operation as.
- 1915(Taisho 4)
- May 5: Operation resumed.Oimachi Station and Takashimacho Station are also reopened.
- May 8 : Yokohama StationRelocation (2nd generation Yokohama Station, nowNational Route 1(Near the Takashimacho intersection), Takashimacho station was integrated into Yokohama station and abolished.
- May 12: Operating sectionSakuragicho StationExtend to (the first Yokohama station).
- 1916(Taisho 5) Early November: Express train operation started.
- 1918(Taisho 7) April 4: Abolished express operation.
- 1925(Taisho 14) August 11:Tohoku Main LineKanda Station - Akihabara StationThe train line between them is completed.Extend the Keihin Line train service section to Tabata Station.
- 1928(Showa3 years)
- May 2: Tohoku LineTabata Station - Akabane StationThe train line (double track) between them is completed.Extend the Keihin Line train service section to Akabane Station.
- Between Tabata Station and Akabane Station, the operating section was extended by adding a train line (double track) constructed along the Tohoku Main Line train line (double track).Oji Station・ The embankment around Akabane Station was constructed at this time (the embankment at Akabane Station was demolished by the subsequent continuous multi-level crossing work and does not exist).
- Before the current Keihin-Tohoku Line operation mode began, there were multiple trains operating between Ueno Station and Omiya Station on the Tohoku Main Line train line (via Tabata Station and Oji Station). Was there.
- May 10: With the relocation of Yokohama Station (3rd generation Yokohama Station, current location), a temporary platform was set up in front of the new station, and the train platform of the former Yokohama Station was retained as the Yokohama Station Takashima Exit platform..
- May 2: Tohoku LineTabata Station - Akabane StationThe train line (double track) between them is completed.Extend the Keihin Line train service section to Akabane Station.
- 1930(5)May 1: OldKanagawa StationReplace the track from to the old Yokohama station with the current route..Yokohama Station Takashima Exit boarding / alighting abolition.
- 1932(7)May 9: Akabane Station on the Tohoku Main Line Train Line- Omiya StationDC electrification between the stations and extending the service section to Omiya Station by taking advantage of this.
- Initially extended to Omiya stationTohoku / Keihin LineIt seems that it was announced, but from November 1956, 11Keihin Tohoku LineIt was changed to.However, as of September 1932, the name "Keihin Tohoku Line" seems to have appeared.In the south of Tokyo, there were many stations that announced "Keihin Line" until around 9 (even now, due to space limitations, "Keihin Line" and "Keihin" may be displayed in the platform display, etc.SaitamaThen it is often called "Keihin").
- 1938(13)May 9: Abolished second-class cars due to the shift to wartime transportation.
- 1949(24)May 9 : Women's and children's cars(Diverted the rear half room of the expeditionary vehicle).
- 1952(27)May 3: Officially reset the second class car.
- 1956(31)May 11: Tabata Station-Started separate operation from the Yamanote Line and Keihin Tohoku Line between Tamachi Station.
- By direction for all sectionsMultiple linesIs adopted.this house,Shinagawa Station --The platform and part of the viaduct have already been completed between Tokyo Station due to the prewar Keihin Line express train plan (it ended unfinished due to the start of the war against the United States), and before the separation.Tohoku Line-Takasaki Line-Joban LineSome trains are morning and eveningAt rush hourToUeno StationからShimbashi StationUntil the Joban Linenational railroad(currentJoban Line Rapid Train, Driving at each station at that time) from Ueno station to Yurakucho station, each using the construction completed section of this double track.
- 1957(32)May 6: Abolished second class cars.
- 1964(39)May 5 : Negishi LineSakuragicho Station- Isogo StationOpened, and started direct operation with the same line.The section between Yokohama Station and Sakuragicho Station will be transferred from the Tokaido Main Line to the Negishi Line.
- 1965(40) October: 10 series operation started.
- 1968(43)May 10: Tohoku Main Line Omiya Station-Akabane Station 3 double track completed, the same section separated from the Tohoku Main Line train.At the same time, Saitama Prefecture was completely three-dimensionalized, and all railroad crossings between Omiya Station and Kawaguchi Station were removed.So-called"Commuting five-sided strategyAs part of the above, separation of freight trains, long-distance trains, and short-distance trains has been implemented.
- 1971(46)May 4: End of operation of old trains such as 72 series.
- 1973(48)May 4: Negishi Line Yokodai Station-Ofuna Station (8.0km) is extended and opened.Konandai Station and Hongodai Station open.
- 1974(49) May: ATC-compatible 5 series air-conditioned car was introduced following the Yamanote Line. 103 series withdrew by March 101Nambu Line,Katamachi LineDiverted to, etc., 103 series early typeControl car(Kuha Kumoha) by September 1980Yokohama Line-Ome Line-Chuo West Line Nagoya DistrictIt was diverted to new performance such as.
- 1981(56)May 12: Omiya Station-between Kamata StationAutomatic train controller (ATC) Start of use[Note 3].
- 1984(59)May 1: Kamata Station-Started using ATC between Ofuna Station.
- 1988(63)May 3: Implemented a timetable revision, and during the daytime in the city center (between Tabata Station and Tamachi Station)Rapid drivingStart[Newspaper 1].
- 1989(HeiseiFirst year)May 10: Introduced 205 series.
- 1992(4)May 5: Started operation of 901 series (later renamed to 209 series).
- 1993(5)May 2: 209 series 0 series car (mass production car) started operation.
- May 5: Started connecting 209-door cars to 6 series[Newspaper 2].
- May 10 : Hokuriku Shinkansen(Nagano Shinkansen) Along with the opening of the business, the platform of line 3 on the north line (toward Omiya) of Tokyo Station has moved to the platform of line 1 of the former Chuo line.
- May 12: With the opening of the Hokuriku Shinkansen (Nagano Shinkansen), the platform of line 6 on the southbound line (toward Ofuna) of Tokyo Station has moved to the platform of line 4 on the old Yamanote line.
- 1996(8) April 2:Saikyo LineEbisu StationEnd of operation of Series 205 due to the delivery of vehicles for extension opening.
- March 3: End of service of 13 series.
- May 7 : Tokyo metropolitan area transportation management system (ATOS) Start using.
- 2001(13)May 1: 209 series 500 series car started operation.
- 2002(14)May 7: Implemented the timetable revision and started the rapid train stop at Hamamatsucho Station.
- May 10 : An accident occurred between Oimachi Station and Omori Station where the first train from Kamata to Omiya collided with the shovel part of the excavator car (used for railroad construction before dawn on the same day) that was left as it was on the railroad track.[Newspaper 3]..Due to the damage to the obstruction device, it became impossible to operate, so the operation between Higashi Jujo and Kamata will be suspended for about 4 hours.[Newspaper 3].
- December 12: Digital ATC between Minami-Urawa Station and Tsurumi StationD-ATC) start to use.
- 2007(19)May 12: Start of operation of E233 series[Newspaper 4].
- 2009(21)May 8: Expanded digital ATC (D-ATC) between Omiya Station-Minami-Urawa Station and Tsurumi Station-Ofuna Station.As a result, the entire section digital ATC system was adopted.
- May 1: 209 series 0 series and 500 series have ended.From the following 25th, it will be unified to the E233 series 1000 series.
- April 4: Women-only cars are set up for the southbound trains arriving at Tokyo Station and the northbound trains arriving at Shinagawa Station from 19:7 to 30:9 on weekday mornings.
- December 12: The timetable was revised to reduce the number of trains operated during the daytime on weekdays from 4 to 12 per hour between Minami-Urawa Station and Kamata Station.
- 2014(26)May 2 : Kawasaki StationAn accident in which a deadhead train derails or rolls over on the premises (JR Keihin Tohoku Line derailment rollover accident) Occurs.
- 2015(27)May 3: The timetable was revised and the rapid trains stopped at Kanda Station and Okachimachi Station (Okachimachi Station only stops on Saturdays and holidays).
- 2016(28) August: Station numbering introduction started.
- 2017(29)May 12: Around 10:55 am, the overhead line between Kawasaki Station and Tsurumi Station was cut off, and it became impossible to drive for nearly 7 hours. In addition, the Tokaido Line and Yokosuka Line stopped driving in some sections. 3 trains were suspended and 92 trains were delayed on three routes, affecting approximately 214 people.The cause of the overhead wire disconnection was that when the overhead wire construction was carried out near the site before dawn on the 22th, the metal fittings that should not be in contact with the overhead wire were adjusted to a position very close to each other. Announced that it may have been short-circuited[Newspaper 5][Newspaper 6].
- 2018(30)May 6: Due to the installation work of Takanawa Gateway Station, the last train to switch the line between Tamachi Station and Shinagawa Station on the south line of the line (toward Ofuna) and to line 5 of the platform on the south line of the line (toward Ofuna) of Shinagawa Station. It will be held until about 17:10 on the 40th..
- 2019(ReiwaFirst year)May 11: Due to the construction of Takanawa Gateway Station, the line between Tamachi Station on the Yamanote Line and Tamachi Station on the Yamanote Line-switching between Shinagawa Station and the platform on the north line of Shinagawa Station (in the direction of Omiya) to Line 4 Construction will be carried out until the first train on the 17th.This line is closed all day between Tamachi Station and Shinagawa Station.
- 2020(2nd year of Reiwa)May 3 : Takanawa gateway stationOpening[Newspaper 7]..All trains, including rapid trains, stop.Implemented a timetable revision and increased the number of trains operated during the daytime on weekdays to 12 trains per hour between Minami-Urawa Station and Kamata Station.Reduced the number of trains operated during the day from 10 to 9 per hour between Kamata Station and Isogo Station.
- 2021(3nd year of Reiwa)May 1: The following trains will be suspended due to the issuance of a state of emergency due to the spread of the new coronavirus infection and the request from the national and related local governments.[Press 2].
- Southbound: Trains departing Kamata Station after 0:29 are suspended.Akabane Station-Except between Kamata Station, the last train is advanced by up to 32 minutes.
- Northbound: Trains departing from Minami-Urawa Station after 0:49 are suspended.The last train is advanced by up to 26 minutes except between Akabane Station and Minami-Urawa Station.
Plan for the future
- At all stationsHome doorBy the end of 2019, Saitama Shintoshin Station, Kitaurawa Station, Urawa Station, Minamiurawa Station, Warabi Station (using smart home doors), Nishikawaguchi Station, Kawaguchi Station, Akabane Station, Oji Station, West Nippori Station, Ueno Station, Okachimachi Station, Akihabara Station, Kanda Station, Yurakucho Station, Shimbashi Station, Takanawa Gateway Station, Shinagawa Station (towards Yokohama), Oimachi Station, Omori Station, Kamata Station, Tsurumi Station, Higashi Kanagawa Station, 24 stations of Yokohama station have been completed, and in 2020, 7 stations of Yono station, Higashi Jujo station, Kaminakazato station, Tokyo station, Shinagawa station (toward Omiya), Kawasaki station, Shinkoyasu station, Omiya station after 2021 , Tabata Station, Nippori Station, Uguisudani Station, Hamamatsucho Station, Tamachi Station[Press 3].
- In conjunction with the installation of the home door, the prospect of the 2024 fiscal yearAutomatic train driving device (ATO) and new vehicles equipped with a system that allows passengers to get on and off from the driver's seat by installing a camera on the side of the vehicle are being considered to start one-man operation..
This section describes the operation mode after March 2021, 3 (Reiwa 3).
Omiya Station - Yokohama StationIn between, the Keihin Tohoku LineTohoku Main Line-Tokaido Main Line OfTrain lineDedicated to be able to run independently in all sectionsDouble trackIs secured.Tabata Station - Shinagawa StationIn between, drive around central TokyoYamanote LineHowever, except for Shinagawa Station and Takanawa Gateway Station, it is on the same line.Transfer at the same homeIs possibleWiring by directionIt is designed for the convenience of passengers.In addition, all sections stop only at major stationsMedium distance trainIs a system ofUtsunomiya Line-Takasaki Line-Tokaido Line(Ueno Tokyo Line, Tohoku Main Line / Tokaido Main Line train lines), but it is not connected to these lines.
Service system / section / frequency
The JR lines in the Tokyo metropolitan area have the largest number of trains in operation and the number of trains owned, and there are two types of operation systems: one that penetrates Tokyo Station (hereinafter: penetration system) and one that does not (hereinafter: non-penetration system).The penetrating system operates almost all the time, but the non-penetrating system is only in the early morning and late at night.The train is at Omiya StationMinami Urawa Station-Akabane Station-Higashi Jujo Station-Tabata Station(First train only) ・ Ueno Station ・Kamata Station-Tsurumi Station-Higashi-Kanagawa Station-Sakuragicho Station-Isogo Station・ It operates from Ofuna station as the first and last train.Due to the existence of the depot and the turnaround equipment, these trains operate.Urawa Station-Kawasaki Station・ The feature is that many trains run from major stations such as Yokohama Station to one station before.
また、早朝の運行開始時間が早く、深夜の運行終了時間が遅いのも特徴で、早朝始発電車の発車時刻が南行だと時間順に田端発4:25、大宮発4:28、南浦和発4:30、東十条発4:32、蒲田発4:33、東神奈川発4:34、北行だと時間順に桜木町発4:18、磯子発4:20、蒲田発4:22、大船発4:43、深夜最終電車の到着時刻が南行だと時間順に赤羽行き着0:39、桜木町行き着0:41、磯子行き着0:51、蒲田行き着0:55、大船行き着0:56、北行だと時間順に磯子行き着0:24、上野行き・大宮行き着0:51、南浦和行き着0:59である。ただし、終電は前述の要請により、南行は赤羽駅 - 蒲田駅間を除き最大32分、北行は赤羽駅 - 蒲田駅間を除き最大26分繰り上げ[Press 2], 2021 (Reiwa 3), the time has been followed even after the timetable revision on March 3th.[Press 4].
The penetration system operates on the entire section between Omiya Station and Ofuna Station.Mainly direct trains for all sections, but from the north side, Omiya Station, Minamiurawa Station, Akabane Station, Higashi Jujo Station, and from the south side, Kamata Station, Tsurumi Station, Higashi Kanagawa Station, Sakuragicho Station, Isogo Station, Ofuna departure and arrival trains. There is a setting.It is set to go south from Higashi Jujo / Tabata to Ofuna in the early morning, and from Ofuna to Ueno in the middle of the night.morning and eveningAt rush hourOperates approximately every 2-3 minutes and every 5 minutes during the daytime (1 trains per hour).However, there are times when the service interval is widening between Omiya Station-Minamiurawa Station and Kamata Station-Yokohama Station-Isoko Station-Ofuna Station.All trains operate at high speed (described later) during the daytime hours.
The non-penetrating system operates between Omiya Station-Ueno Station and Kamata Station-Ofuna Station, and the southbound train departs from Kamata / Higashikanagawa (weekdays only) to Sakuragicho / Isogo (from Kamata) / Ofuna (only from Kamata). First train from Higashi Kanagawa to Ofuna[Note 4]), From Omiya to Akabane at midnight, from Ueno / Minamiurawa to Omiya in the early morning (Ueno to Omiya is the first train), and from Ofuna to Kamata / Isogo (Isoko is the last train from Ofuna) ing.
Between Higashi-Kanagawa Station-Sakuragicho Station-Isoko Station-Ofuna Station except early morning and late night (mainly during the daytime)Yokohama LineThe track is shared with the train (8-car train, K at the end of the train number), but the operation system and the vehicle used are independent of each other.
|Type\Station name||Omiya||...||Minami Urawa||...||Kamata||...||Higashi Kanagawa||...||Sakuragi Town||...||Isogo||...||Big ship|
|Keihin Tohoku Line||fast||6 本|
|Yokohama Line||fast||Hachioji ←||3 本|
|Local train||3 本|
Japan National RailwayAfter the transition from (JNR) to JR EastMarch 1988, 3 Revised one archipelago timetableより山手線と並行する田端駅 - 田町駅間で日中（10時30分 - 15時30分ごろ）に快速運転を開始した[Newspaper 1]。この「快速」は各駅に停車する山手線電車に対する快速であり、当該時間帯は京浜東北線の全電車が快速となる。全駅とも追い抜き設備がないため京浜東北線電車同士の追い抜きは行われない。
運転開始当初の田端駅 - 田町駅間での途中停車駅は上野駅・秋葉原駅・東京駅であった[Newspaper 1]. afterwards,2002By JR East in MarchTokyo MonorailIn the same year due to the acquisition ofMay 7からTokyo Monorail Haneda Airport LineIt came to stop at Hamamatsucho Station, which is a transfer station for..Shinagawa Station has separate platforms for the Keihin Tohoku Line and the Yamanote Line, and it is necessary to use stairs for mutual transfer, so the adjacent Tamachi Station has been a stop since the beginning of rapid operation. With the timetable revision on March 2015, 3, Kanda Station was newly added as a stop station to improve the transfer to the Chuo Line Rapid Train, and on this dayUeno Tokyo LineAlong with the opening of the train, the train will also stop at Okachimachi Station on Saturdays and holidays.
Due to the rapid operation, the time required between Tabata Station and Shinagawa Station has been reduced by about 7 minutes.
New Year's Holiday(Every yearMay 12 --Next yearMay 1) Set a special timetable, stopped rapid operation, and stopped at each station all day.However, due to the timetable revision in March 2015, due to the above-mentioned rapid stop on Saturday and holiday timetables at Okachimachi Station, rapid operation continues from December 3, 2015 to January 12, 30 ( This is the same after 2016).In addition, if the Yamanote Line is suspended due to personal injury or the schedule is disturbed during the rapid operation time, the rapid operation may be stopped and the train may stop at each station.
Since the train stops at each station until the end point except between Tabata Station and Hamamatsucho Station, the train destination indicator operates with "Rapid" display from the first station to the end of the rapid service section, but after the rapid service section, "Each station" The display is changed to "Stop".
|Transition of Keihin Tohoku Line Rapid Stop Station|
|●: Stop, ▲: Stop only on Saturdays and holidays,-: Pass, ...: Stop at each station during this time|
E233 series 1000 series(10-car train) is used, and the security device is all linesATC methodIt has become.2003May 12From Minami-Urawa Station-Digital ATC between Tsurumi Station (D-ATC) Was introduced in JapanConventional lineThis was the first case of a railway.As a result, the next2004May 3In the morning with the timetable revisionAt rush hourTwo more trains are being added to each of the upper and lower trains.On August 2, 2009, D-ATC was expanded to all lines.
Train numberIs a 3-4 digit number and an AC at the endThe alphabetIs attached, and the first 3 digits of the first 4-2 digit number (1 digit depending on the time zone) is the departure time zone of the first station (XNUMX digit depending on the time zone)24-hour clock), And the last two digits are the operation number.The operation number starts from 2, and for southbound trains, it is an operation number that uses an odd number in the last digit, but for northbound trains, it is an even number that is obtained by subtracting 01 from that operation number ( To match the direction of the Tokaido main line and the train with the odd and even number of the train number)[Note 5]..The alphabet at the end depends on the location of the day of operation, and A isSaitama Vehicle Center(First train from Minami-Urawa Station) ・ Operation of warehousing from the detention line in the former Shimojujo operation area (Tabata, Higashi-Jujo, Akabane Station first train and part of Minami-Urawa Station first train), B is Ofuna, Isogo, Sakuragicho, Ueno, Operation with Omiya as the first station, Isogo station / Higashi-Kanagawa station of Kamakura Vehicle Center, operation of warehousing from the detention line adjacent to Hongodai station, CDaejeon Transportation ZoneIt is operated from the detention line of (former Kamata Transportation Zone).
At the time of track maintenance work
Before the start of rapid operation in 1988,Track maintenanceIn order to secure the time for construction, one of the multiple double-track lines was suspended between Tabata Station and Tamachi Station during the daytime on weekdays, and the Keihin-Tohoku Line and Yamanote Line trains were operated alternately on one of the lines. The driving line was also changed every month.At each station in this section, the "line" display on the route information signboard on the platform is a switchable type with an arrow (for example, " ← ｜  ←" " ← ｜ → " "→  ] | →  "can be displayed on either side of the island platform), and the guidance was changed depending on the time of day and month.
Even now, maintenance and inspection work on the Yamanote Line and Keihin Tohoku Line is carried out during the daytime in this section, which is called "refresh work" for several days a year, and the two lines may operate on the same line.In this case, all trains on the Keihin-Tohoku Line are operated at each station, and run on the same track alternately as the Yamanote Line between Tabata Station-Tokyo Station-Tamachi Station.The implementation date is often the end of September-October, when the sunny weather rate is high.Correspondingly, in this section, after the Yamanote Line 2-car train was formed, the Keihin-Tohoku Line platform was also rebuilt so that the 9-car train could stop, and in addition to the above-mentioned sectionDeparture markIs supported by displaying "Yamanote Line" or "Keihin Tohoku Line" in the type display.Also on the Yamanote lineHome doorIt is installed so that there is no problem even if the E233 series 10-car train on the Keihin Tohoku Line stops.
Currently used vehicle
- E233 series 1000 series
- On the line209 seriesThe E233 series 1000 series was manufactured and introduced to replace the series. By January 870, 830 cars of the 209 series 0 series and 500 series were all replaced by investing 2010 billion yen.2007May 8The back 1 formation, which will be the first formation to be introduced inTokyu vehicle manufacturing(CurrentGeneral vehicle manufacturing plantParticipated in the Yokohama Works), and various test runs were carried out until mid-December of the same year. Unlike the 12 series 209 series, the 0-door car is not incorporated.And the same yearMay 12, Back 102 formationMinami UrawaLocal train departing at 8:17Big shipStarted commercial operation on the way (23A operation)[Newspaper 4].
|Organization of Keihin Tohoku Line|
The Keihin Tohoku Line train2010Since January 1, all cars have 25 cars with 4 doors on each side.
2010May 4From Omiya Station to Tokyo Station during weekday morning commuting hours (arrival at Tokyo Station 7: 30-9: 30), all trains from Ofuna Station to Shinagawa Station (arrival at Shinagawa Station 7: 30-9: 30) Car 3Female-only vehicleIs set to[Press 5].
Vehicle to be introduced
The introduction of new vehicles is being considered in line with the start of one-man operation in 2024..
Vehicles used in the past
- Deha 6340 series
- Deha 33500 series
- Deha 63100 series
- 30 series
- 31 series
- 40 series
- 50 series
- 63 series-72 series
- 101 series
- 103 series
- It was operated on the Keihin-Tohoku / Negishi Line from 1965 to 1998, and was operated as the mainstay for a long time until mass production of the 209 series was introduced while replacing it with a new car of the same series with ATC support and air conditioning.
- 205 series
- It was operated from 1989 to 1996 on the Keihin Tohoku / Negishi Line.However, it was positioned as a link until the mass production of the 209 series, and it was a minority force with a maximum of six.
- 209 series
- Started operation as a prototype car 1992 series in 901.The mass-produced 209 series 0 series started operation in 1993, replacing the 103 series and 205 series, and the unification to this series was achieved in 1998. The 901 series became the 209 series 900/910/920 series. In 2001, the 500 series with a wide body was introduced.
- The 0-series had a 6-door car built into the 6th car of all trains.The 900, 910, 920, and 500 series do not incorporate a 6-door car.
- The 900, 910, and 920 series are available until March 233, prior to the introduction of the E1000 series 2007 series.Chuo/Sobu LineWithdrawal from operation by August of the same year due to the transfer of the 500 series fromOmiya General Rolling Stock CenterBy January 2008, after being evacuated to the Todaimiya Center of the Vehicle Inspection DepartmentNagano General Rolling Stock CenterWas sent to scrapped.
- With the introduction of the E233 series 1000 series, the 0 series has becomeScrapped carIn addition to being diverted to the Boso area, a part of it was remodeled into a multipurpose test vehicle "mue-train" and also diverted to the Nambu line. There are 500 formations in the 4 seriesKeiyo Vehicle CenterIn addition, one organizationMitaka Vehicle CenterI moved to.
- From November 2007, withdrawal evacuated cars occurred in the 11s, and from December of the same year, cars were scrapped or transferred.
- With the back 2010 formation attached to 1A (24A operation) on January 1620, 21, all the 52 series that were operating on the Keihin Tohoku / Negishi line were withdrawn from operation, and from the next day they were unified to the E0 series 233 series.
Delay frequent problem
The Keihin Tohoku Line has had a lot of disruptions in recent years, of whichPersonal injuryLooking at the number of occurrences of2004 - 2008 TheChuo Line Rapidを上回っている（2006年は京浜東北線27件・中央線快速15件、2007年は京浜東北線38件・中央線快速29件）。また、209系の機器劣化による車両故障などのトラブルの多発や、大宮駅 - 横浜駅までの全区間が他の路線と並走しているため隣接する他路線のトラブルを起因とする京浜東北線のダイヤ乱れや運転見合わせが頻繁に発生したため、2007年12月からは故障に強いE233系1000番台にて車両を置き換えた。
Railroad crossing problem without opening
A section that runs parallel to the Tokaido Line, especially between Omori Station and Kamata StationRailroad crossing without openingThe "school railroad crossing" is2005In the early morning, there was a personal injury that hit a woman who forcibly crossed the railroad crossing that did not open for a long time due to the disruption of the timetable due to the personal injury in the early morning.Mass mediaWas taken up by.
Between Omiya Station and Ofuna Station, including the Negishi Line section.
- Jurisdiction (business type): East Japan Railway Company (First-class railway operator）
- section(Operating kilo): Between Omiya Station and Ofuna Station: 81.2km
- Between Omiya Station and Tokyo Station: 30.3km (Tohoku Main Line)
- Between Tokyo Station and Yokohama Station: 28.8km (Tokaido Main Line)
- Between Yokohama Station and Ofuna Station: 22.1km (Negishi Line)
- Gauge: 1,067 mm
- Number of stations: 36 stations on the Keihin Tohoku line (including starting and ending stations), 11 stations on the Negishi line (excluding Yokohama station)
- Double track section: All lines
- Electrified section: All lines (DC1,500V)
- Closure method : A device that secures the distance between trains(Interpretation standards for ministry ordinances that set technical standards for railwaysThe one-stage brake control system specified in Article 54, Paragraph 2, Item 2Automatic train controller) Method[Note 6]
- Security device:D-ATC
- Top speed
- Between Omiya Station and Sakuragicho Station: 90km / h
- Between Sakuragicho Station and Ofuna Station: 95km / h
- Operation Command Center: Tokyo General Command Office
- Train operation management system : Tokyo metropolitan area transportation management system(ATOS)
- Depot : Saitama Vehicle Center(Minami Urawa Station）
- ICBoarding cardCorresponding section: All lines (SuicaMetropolitan area)
The congestion rate in 2019 is northbound (between Oimachi and Shinagawa)185%, Southbound (Kawaguchi → Akabane)173%Is.
As of 1975, 10-car trains and 24 trains per hour were operated at high frequency, and at that time it was extremely difficult to further increase the transportation capacity.The busiest section of the southbound route was between Ueno and Okachimachi until FY2014, but the congestion rate of this section was so heavy that it exceeded 2002% every year until FY230.Among Japanese railway lines, along with the parallel Yamanote line, it was the line with the highest congestion rate in the Tokyo metropolitan area.The Utsunomiya Line, Takasaki Line, and Joban Line departed from Ueno Station, and the only lines that crossed Tokyo Station were this line and the Yamanote Line, which added to the congestion.
The number of security devices was updated to D-ATC in 2003, which made it possible to increase the number of trains. The 2004 timetable revision increased the number of trains during rush hours by two to 2 trains per hour. When the E26 series 2007 series, which is a wide vehicle, was introduced in 233, the capacity per vehicle increased, and in 1000, the congestion rate for the southbound train was 1%, falling below 2009% for the first time.After the opening of the Ueno Tokyo Line, the number of transport personnel between Ueno and Okachimachi has decreased significantly, and the busiest section to the south has changed from Kawaguchi to Akabane from FY198.
Each station from Shinagawa Station to Tsurumi Station has an average daily passenger capacity of over 8. In particular, Oimachi Station and Kamata Station have an average daily passenger capacity of 10 even though the Tokaido Line does not stop. It is over.In addition, the average number of passengers per day at each station from Akabane Station to Omiya Station exceeds 5, except for Yono Station, which is larger than that of the Saikyo Line, which runs parallel to the west.The station with the least number of passengers is Kami-Nakazato Station, and although it is located in Tokyo, the average number of passengers per day is less than 1.
Changes in congestion rate
The changes in the congestion rate in recent years are as follows.
|年度||Busiest section transportation record||Notices|
|Oimachi → Shinagawa||Kawaguchi → Akabane|
|Number of driving: book||Transport capacity: people||Transport volume: people||Congestion rate:%||Number of driving: book||Transport capacity: people||Transport volume: people||Congestion rate:%|
|1955 year (Showa 30 year)||16||17,500||52,130||298||16||17,570||47,760||272||The busiest section to the south is between Ueno and Okachimachi|
|1960 year (Showa 35 year)||22||24,740||66,450||269||23||25,760||77,890||302|
|1965 year (Showa 40 year)||25||28,000||76,640||274||26||29,120||86,800||298|
|1970 year (Showa 45 year)||26||33,320||74,350||223||26||36,400||91,700||251|
|1975 year (Showa 50 year)||24||33,600||75,100||224||24||33,600||80,800||240|
|1976 year (Showa 51 year)||24||33,600||81,230||242||24||33,600||81,750||243|
|1977 year (Showa 52 year)||24||33,600||81,500||243||24||33,600||82,000||244|
|1978 year (Showa 53 year)||24||33,600||82,300||245||24||33,600||82,330||245|
|1979 year (Showa 54 year)||24||33,600||82,600||246||24||33,600||83,160||248|
|1980 year (Showa 55 year)||24||33,600||83,270||248||24||33,600||83,990||250|
|1981 year (Showa 56 year)||24||33,600||83,600||249||24||33,600||84,800||252|
|1982 year (Showa 57 year)||24||33,600||83,800||249||24||33,600||85,200||254|
|1983 year (Showa 58 year)||24||33,600||84,050||250||24||33,600||85,490||254|
|1984 year (Showa 59 year)||24||33,600||84,620||252||24||33,600||85,830||255|
|1985 year (Showa 60 year)||24||33,600||85,210||254||24||33,600||86,200||257|
|1986 year (Showa 61 year)||24||33,600||86,470||257||24||33,600||86,540||258|
|1987 year (Showa 62 year)||24||33,600||24||33,600|
|1988 year (Showa 63 year)||24||33,600||24||33,600|
|1989 (first year of Heisei)||24||33,600||24||33,600|
|1990 (Heisei2 years)||24||33,600||91,570||273||24||33,600||93,210||277|
|1991 (Heisei3 years)||24||33,600||24||33,600|
|1992 (Heisei4 years)||24||33,600||24||33,600||261|
|1993 (Heisei5 years)||24||33,600||24||33,600||258|
|1994 (Heisei6 years)||24||33,600||24||33,600||84,210||251|
|1995 (Heisei7 years)||24||33,600||24||33,600||82,600||246|
|1996 (Heisei8 years)||24||33,600||81,150||242||24||33,600||81,740||243|
|1997 (Heisei9 years)||24||33,600||24||33,600||80,400||239|
|1998 year (Heisei 10 year)||24||33,600||78,700||234||24||33,600||79,050||235|
|1999 year (Heisei 11 year)||24||33,600||75,600||225||24||33,600||79,150||236|
|2000 year (Heisei 12 year)||24||33,600||75,480||225||24||33,600||78,210||233|
|2001 year (Heisei 13 year)||24||33,600||24||33,600||77,290||230|
|2002 year (Heisei 14 year)||24||33,600||24||33,600||77,190||230|
|2003 year (Heisei 15 year)||24||33,600||73,350||218||24||33,600||75,500||225||Minamiurawa-Introduced D-ATC between Tsurumi|
|2004 year (Heisei 16 year)||26||36,400||200||26||36,400||77,800||214|
|2005 year (Heisei 17 year)||26||36,400||199||26||36,400||77,980||214|
|2006 year (Heisei 18 year)||26||36,400||72,250||198||26||36,400||77,420||213|
|2007 year (Heisei 19 year)||26||36,400||197||26||36,400||76,250||209|
|2008 year (Heisei 20 year)||26||36,400||71,880||197||26||36,400||76,090||209|
|2009 year (Heisei 21 year)||26||38,400||71,800||187||26||38,080||75,340||198|
|2010 year (Heisei 22 year)||26||38,480||71,050||185||26||38,480||74,960||195||All vehicles will have wide bodies|
|2011 year (Heisei 23 year)||26||38,480||70,250||183||26||38,480||74,530||194|
|2012 year (Heisei 24 year)||26||38,480||70,440||183||26||38,480||74,660||194|
|2013 year (Heisei 25 year)||26||38,480||70,570||183||26||38,480||76,930||200|
|2014 year (Heisei 26 year)||26||38,480||70,000||182||26||38,480||75,780||197||Ueno Tokyo Line opening year|
|2015 year (Heisei 27 year)||26||38,480||70,030||182||25||37,000||65,410||177||Changed the busiest section to the south from Kawaguchi to Akabane|
|2016 year (Heisei 28 year)||26||38,480||70,040||182||25||37,000||65,290||176|
|2017 year (Heisei 29 year)||26||38,480||71,630||186||25||37,000||63,860||173|
|2018 year (Heisei 30 year)||26||38,480||71,250||185||25||37,000||63,390||171|
|2019 (first year of Reiwa)||26||38,480||71,350||185||25||37,000||64,150||173|
Below is a list of stations where the Keihin-Tohoku Line is installed, whether or not there is a rapid stop, connecting lines, locations, etc. from the north side (Omiya station) to the south side (Yokohama station).Station numbering(Station number) starts from Ofuna station (JK 01).
- Specific city areaStations covered by the system: =Tokyo Yamanote Line, = Within Tokyo Ward, = Yokohama city
- Stop station
- Local trains: Stops at all stations in all sections
- Rapid: ● Stations marked with stops, stations marked with ▲ stop only on Saturdays and holidays, | Stations marked with |
- Tabata Station-At Tamachi Station, the Keihin Tohoku Line and Yamanote LineQuadruple track by directionAndSame homeCan be transferred at
- Connecting line name: The line name of East Japan Railway Company is the name on the operation system.If the station name is different, enter the station name with the ⇒ mark.
|Official route name||Station number||station name||Business km between stations||Cumulative|
|fast||Connection route/remarks||Location &|
|Tohoku Main Line||JK 47||Omiya Station||-||0.0||30.3||●||East Japan Railway : Tohoku Shinkansen-Hokkaido Shinkansen-Yamagata Shinkansen-Akita Shinkansen-Joetsu Shinkansen-Hokuriku Shinkansen- Utsunomiya Line(Tohoku Line)・Takasaki Line-Ueno Tokyo Line (JU 07) ・ Shonan Shinjuku Line (JS 24) ・ Saikyo Line (JA 26)■Kawagoe Line|
Tobu Railway : Noda Line (Tobu Urban Park Line)(TD-01)
Saitama New Urban Transportation : Ina Line(New Shuttle) (NS01)
|JK 46||Saitama Shintoshin Station||1.6||1.6||28.7||●||East Japan Railway: Utsunomiya Line (Tohoku Line), Takasaki Line, Ueno Tokyo Line (JU 06)|
|JK 45||Yono Station||1.1||2.7||27.6||●||Urawa-ku|
|JK 44||Kitaurawa Station||1.6||4.3||26.0||●|
|JK 43||Urawa Station||1.8||6.1||24.2||●||East Japan Railway: Utsunomiya Line (Tohoku Line), Takasaki Line, Ueno Tokyo Line (JU 05), Shonan Shinjuku Line (JS 23)|
|JK 42||Minami Urawa Station||1.7||7.8||22.5||●||East Japan Railway: Musashino Line (JM 25)||South ward|
|JK 41||Warabi Station||2.8||10.6||19.7||●||蕨 市|
|JK 40||Nishikawaguchi Station||1.9||12.5||17.8||●||Kawaguchi city|
|JK 39||Kawaguchi Station||2.0||14.5||15.8||●|
|JK 38||Akabane Station||2.6||17.1||13.2||●||East Japan Railway: Utsunomiya Line (Tohoku Line), Takasaki Line, Ueno Tokyo Line (JU 04), Shonan Shinjuku Line (JS 22)[*1]- Saikyo Line (JA 15)||Tokyo||Kita|
|JK 37||Higashi Jujo Station||1.8||18.9||11.4||●|
|JK 36||Oji Station||1.5||20.4||9.9||●||Tokyo subway : Namboku Line (N-16)|
Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation : Toden Arakawa Line (Tokyo Sakura Tram) ⇒Oji station square train stop (SA 16)
|JK 35||Kaminakazato Station||1.1||21.5||8.8||●|
|JK 34||Tabata Station||1.7||23.2||7.1||●||East Japan Railway: Yamanote Line (JY 09)|
|JK 33||Nishi-Nippori Station||0.8||24.0||6.3|||||East Japan Railway: Yamanote Line (JY 08)|
Tokyo subway: Chiyoda Line (C-16)
Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation: Nippori Toneri Liner (NT 02)
|JK 32||Nippori Station||0.5||24.5||5.8|||||East Japan Railway: Yamanote Line (JY 07) Joban Line(Ueno Tokyo Line) (JJ 02)|
Keisei Electric Railway : Main line (KS02)
Tokyo Metropolitan Bureau of Transportation: Nippori-Toneri Liner (NT 01)
|JK 31||Uguisudani Station||1.1||25.6||4.7|||||East Japan Railway: Yamanote Line (JY 06)||Taito|
|JK 30||Ueno Station||1.1||26.7||3.6||●||East Japan Railway: Tohoku Shinkansen, Hokkaido Shinkansen, Yamagata Shinkansen, Akita Shinkansen, Joetsu Shinkansen, Hokuriku Shinkansen, Yamanote Line (JY 05) Utsunomiya Line (Tohoku Line), Takasaki Line (JU 02), Joban Line (JJ 01) / Ueno Tokyo Line|
Tokyo subway: Ginza Line (G-16) ・ Hibiya Line (H-18)
Keisei Electric Railway: Main line ⇒Keisei Ueno Station (KS01)
|JK 29||Okachimachi Station||0.6||27.3||3.0||▲||East Japan Railway: Yamanote Line (JY 04)|
Tokyo subway: Ginza Line ⇒Ueno Hirokoji Station (G-15)
Tokyo subway: Hibiya Line ⇒Naka Okachimachi Station (H-17)
Toei Subway : Oedo Line ⇒Ueno Okachimachi Station (E-09)
|JK 28||Akihabara Station||1.0||28.3||2.0||●||East Japan Railway: Yamanote Line (JY 03) Sobu Line (stop at each station)(JB 19)|
Metropolitan New City Railway : Tsukuba Express (TX01)
Tokyo subway: Hibiya Line (H-16)
Toei Subway: Shinjuku Line ⇒Iwamotocho Station (S-08)
|JK 27||Kanda Station||0.7||29.0||1.3||●||East Japan Railway: Yamanote Line (JY 02) Chuo Line (Rapid)(JC 02)|
Tokyo subway: Ginza Line (G-13)
|JK 26||Tokyo Station||1.3||30.3||0.0||●||East Japan Railway: Tohoku Shinkansen, Hokkaido Shinkansen, Yamagata Shinkansen, Akita Shinkansen, Joetsu Shinkansen, Hokuriku Shinkansen, Yamanote Line (JY 01) Chuo Line (Rapid) (JC 01) ・ Ueno Tokyo Line (JU 01) ・ Tokaido Line (JT 01) ・ Yokosuka Line/Sobu Line (Rapid)(JO 19) ・ Keiyo Line (JE 01)|
Tokai passenger railway : Tokaido Shinkansen
Tokyo subway: Marunouchi Line (M-17)
Tokyo subway: 東西 線 ⇒Otemachi Station (T-09)
Tokyo subway: Chiyoda Line ⇒Double bridge front <Marunouchi> station (C-10)
Toei Subway: Mita Line ⇒ Otemachi Station (I-09)
|Tokaido Main Line|
|JK 25||Yurakucho Station||0.8||31.1||0.8|||||East Japan Railway: Yamanote Line (JY 30), Keiyo Line ⇒ Tokyo Station (JE 01)[*2]|
Tokyo subway: Yurakucho Line (Y-18)
Tokyo subway: Hibiya Line Chiyoda Line ⇒Hibiya Station (H-08 ・ C-09)
Toei Subway: Mita Line ⇒ Hibiya Station (I-08)
|JK 24||Shimbashi Station||1.1||32.2||1.9|||||East Japan Railway: Yamanote Line (JY 29) Tokaido Line (Ueno Tokyo Line) (JT 02) ・ Yokosuka Line (JO 18)|
Tokyo subway: Ginza Line (G-08)
Toei Subway: Asakusa Line (A-10)
Yurikamome : Tokyo Seaside New Transportation Seaside Line (U-01)
|JK 23||Hamamatsucho Station||1.2||33.4||3.1||●||East Japan Railway: Yamanote Line (JY 28)|
Tokyo Monorail : Tokyo Monorail Haneda Airport Line ⇒Monorail Hamamatsucho Station (MO 01)
Toei Subway: Asakusa Line Oedo Line ⇒Daimon Station (A-09 / E-20)
|JK 22||Tamachi Station||1.5||34.9||4.6||●||East Japan Railway: Yamanote Line (JY 27)|
Toei Subway: Asakusa Line Mita Line ⇒Mita Station (A-08 ・ I-04)
|JK 21||Takanawa gateway station||1.3||36.2||5.9||●||East Japan Railway: Yamanote Line (JY 26)|
Toei Subway: Asakusa Line ⇒Sengakuji Station (A-07)
Keikyu Corporation : Main line ⇒ Sengakuji Station (A-07)
|JK 20||Shinagawa Station||0.9||37.1||6.8||●||East Japan Railway: Yamanote Line (JY 25) Tokaido Line (Ueno Tokyo Line) (JT 03) ・ Yokosuka Line (JO 17)|
Tokai Passenger Railway: Tokaido Shinkansen
Keikyu Electric Railway: Main line (KK01)
|JK 19||Oimachi Station||2.4||39.5||9.2||●||Tokyu Corporation : Oimachi Line (OM01)|
Tokyo Seaside High Speed Rail : Rinkai line (R 07)
|JK 18||Omori Station||2.2||41.7||11.4||●||Ota-ku|
|JK 17||Kamata Station||3.0||44.7||14.4||●||Tokyu Electric Railway: Ikegami Line (IK15) ・ Tokyu Tamagawa Line (TM07)|
|JK 16||Kawasaki Station||3.8||48.5||18.2||●||East Japan Railway: Tokaido Line (Ueno Tokyo Line) (JT 04) ・ Nambu Line (JN 01)|
Keikyu Electric Railway: Main line Daishi Line ⇒Keikyu Kawasaki Station (KK20)
|JK 15||Tsurumi Station||3.5||52.0||21.7||●||East Japan Railway: Tsurumi Line (JI 01)|
Keikyu Electric Railway: Main line ⇒Keikyu Tsurumi Station (KK29)
|横 浜 市||Tsurumi ku|
|JK 14||Shinkoyasu Station||3.1||55.1||24.8||●||Kanagawa ku|
|JK 13||Higashi-Kanagawa Station||2.2||57.3||27.0||●||East Japan Railway: Yokohama Line (JH 13) <From the direction of YokohamaHachioji StationDirect operation to>|
Keikyu Electric Railway: Main line ⇒Keikyu Higashi-Kanagawa Station (KK35)
|JK 12||Yokohama Station||1.8||59.1||28.8||●||East Japan Railway: Negishi Line (JK 12) <Ofuna StationDirect operation to> ・ Tokaido Line (Ueno Tokyo Line) (JT 05) ・ Yokosuka Line (JO 13) ・ Shonan Shinjuku Line (JS 13)|
Tokyu Electric Railway: Toyoko Line (TY21)
Yokohama High Speed Rail : Minatomirai Line (MM01)
Keikyu Electric Railway: Main line (KK37)
Sagami Railway : Main line (SO01)
Yokohama Municipal Subway : Blue line(Line 3) (B20)
- ^ Tabata-Akabane-Ikebukuro is not a special case for boarding outside, so normal tickets cannot be transferred to the direction of Ikebukuro from the Ueno area (Tabata-Akabane is a duplicate ride).
- ^ Transfers can only be made from the Hamamatsucho / Shimbashi area, except for the use of commuter passes and specially planned tickets, including those between Tokyo Station and Yurakucho Station.
- Kawaguchi City runs between Minamiurawa Station and Warabi Station, but there is no station in this section.Also, between Kanda Station and Tokyo Station, TokyoChuo-kuThere is no station though it passes through.
- For information on abandoned stations and signal boxes on the Tokaido Main Line section, see "Tokaido Main LineSee.
- Between Higashi-Kanagawa Station and Yokohama Station, the Negishi Line direct train from the Yokohama Line goes through the Keihin Tohoku Line.
- As of 2019, all the above stations are the total number of passengers by JR East. Is the target of.
- ^ As an exampleWest Japan Railway CompanyIn the JR outing net operated by (JR West), it is omitted except for Tsurumi station.
- ^ Direct driving between Saitama and Kanagawa prefecturesTobu Isesaki Line(Tobu Sky Tree Line)- Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line - Tokyu Toyoko LineBetween (1964 to 2013),Saitama high-speed railway line - Tokyo Metro Namboku Line - Tokyu Meguro LineMa (since 2000), Tobu Isesaki Line (Tobu Sky Tree Line)- Tokyo Metro Hanzomon Line - Tokyu Denentoshi LineBetween (since 2003),Tobu Tojo Line-Seibu Ikebukuro Line - Tokyo Metro Fukutoshin Line --Tokyu Toyoko Line - Minatomirai LineBetween (since 2013)
- ^ Ground equipment is ATC-1E type, on-board equipment isATC-6 type.
- ^ The first train bound for Southbound is Higashi-Kanagawa 4:34 bound for Ofuna, but the train that departs before that is Kamata 4:33 bound for Ofuna, and this train is the first train from the departure station to Higashi-Kanagawa station. Become.
- ^ For example, if the operation number of the southbound train is 47, the operation number will be 46 if it is operated as a return northbound train.
- ^ The preceding train is captured by a fixed blockage, but the own train is controlled to stop before the blockage where the preceding train is, instead of decelerating and stopping in the blockage unit. In JR East, it is called "ATC method" together with the method according to item 3 of the same paragraph.
- ^ All new old national trains that run for a long time are bound for the World Expo "Asahi Shimbun" November 44, 1969, evening edition, 11rd edition, 24th page
- ^ a b "Keihin Tohoku / Negishi Line Line Map" "Tokyo Metropolitan Railway Complete Guide Main JR Lines" Futabasha <Futabasha Super Mook>, December 2013, 12, p. 6.
- ^ a b Railroad Pictorial July 1992, p. 7
- ^ "Railway Fan" February 2010 issue (Koyusha) p.2
- ^ a b Shunzo Miyawaki ed., "Walking the Abandoned Railroad Track IV" JTB, 1997, p.80
- ^ "Ministry of Railways Notification No. 208", "Gazette," November 1928, 9(National Diet Library Digital Collection)
- ^ "Ministry of Railways Notification No. 12", "Gazette," November 1930, 1(National Diet Library Digital Collection)
- ^ Railfan February 2008, p. 2
- ^ Railfan February 2008, p. 2
- ^ (PDF) "JR East Technical Review" No.36 Summer 2011, East Japan Railway Company, p.64
- ^ (PDF) "Hitachi Review" March 1999, Hitachi, p.3
- ^ a b "Railway Record Book" "RAIL FAN" Vol. 49, No. 10, Japan Railfan Club, January 2002, p. 10.
- ^ "Railway Record Book September 2003" "RAIL FAN" Vol. 12, No. 51, Japan Railfan Club, December 3, 2004, p. 3.
- ^ "Operation change due to track switching work on Keihin Tohoku Line". Railfan ・ railf.jpKoyusha (October 2018, 6). 2019th of February 11Browse.
- ^ "At Shinagawa Station, the platform for the Keihin Tohoku Line southbound is on Line 5.". Railfan ・ railf.jpKoyusha (October 2018, 6). 2019th of February 11Browse.
- ^ "JR East, suspended due to line switching work on Yamanote Line and Keihin Tohoku Line on November 11 Part of work for opening Takanawa Gateway Station". Travel WatchImpress (September 2019, 9). 2019th of February 11Browse.
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- ^ a b "Considering one-man operation on Keihin Tohoku Line JR East makes up for shortage of personnel with new rolling stock”(Japanese). Kyodo News (June 2020, 6). 2020th of February 6Browse.
- ^ Kotsu Shimbun "JR Timetable" December 2017 issue
- ^ JR East Keihin Tohoku Line E233 series 1000th generation started operation Archived June 2012, 12, at Archive.is --RM Information
- ^ "Railway Pictorial" Vol. 786, Denkisha Kenkyukai, March 2007, p. 3.
- ^ "Railway Pictorial" Vol. 786, Denkisha Kenkyukai, March 2007, p. 3.
- ^ "(PDF)”. Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism. P. 1 (September 2020, 9). 2020th of February 9Browse.
- ^ "Urban traffic annual report" each year version
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- ^ (PDF) - Saitama
- ^ "Regional Rehabilitation-Beyond Tokyo Concentration (September 62)”. Kanagawa Prefecture (September 1987). As of January 9, 2015オ リ ジ ナ ルMore archives.2015th of February 5Browse.
- ^ "Number of passengers at each station”. East Japan Railway Company. 2020th of February 12Browse.
Press release material
- ^ “About the March 2015 timetable revision” (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company, (October 2014, 12) 2014th of February 12Browse.
- ^ a b "About canceling some trains near the last train" (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company, (October 2021, 1) 2021th of February 4Browse.
- ^ “Efforts to realize safer station platforms and railroad crossings” (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company, (October 2020, 4) 2020th of February 4Browse.
- ^ "About the March XNUMX timetable revision" (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company, (October 2020, 12) 2020th of February 4Browse.
- ^ (PDF) --East Japan Railway Company Press Release December 2010, 3
- ^ a b c "Six JR passenger companies and new freight train schedule confirmed". Traffic newspaper (Kotsu Shimbunsha): p. 1. (July 1987, 12)
- ^ "Keihin Tohoku Line" 6-door car "formation starts business". Traffic newspaper (Kotsu Shimbunsha): p. 3. (July 1995, 5)
- ^ a b “First collision with Keihin Tohoku Line construction equipment”. Asahi Shimbun(Evening paper) (Tokyo: Asahi Shimbun): p. 1. (March 2003, 10)
- ^ a b "E233 series 1000th generation / Appeared in Keihin Tohoku on the 22nd". Traffic newspaper (Kotsu Shimbunsha): p. 1. (July 2007, 12)
- ^ Overhead line cut on Keihin Tohoku line, XNUMX trains stopped XNUMX people move on track -Asahi Shimbun, December 2017, 12
- ^ Due to a construction error on the overhead line disconnection on the JR Keihin Tohoku Line -Nihon Keizai Shimbun, May 2017, 12
- ^ Takanawa Gateway Station opened Newly established on the Yamanote Line for the first time in 49 years -Nihon Keizai Shimbun, May 2020, 3