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Yokosuka/Sobu Rapid Line

Yokosuka/Sobu Rapid Line(Yokosuka / Sobukaisokusen)KanagawaYokosuka OfKurihama StationからChibaChiba OfChiba StationUp toTokyoChiyoda Ward OfTokyo StationTie viaEast Japan Railway(JR East) operation system name[1].Station numberingThe route code used inJO..Between Tokyo Station and Ofuna Station[Note 1] TheTokaido Main Line , Tokyo Station-between Chiba StationSobu Main LinePart ofOfuna Station --The area between Kurihama Station is officialYokosuka LineIs [1]..Some trains are from Chiba Station on the Sobu Main LineNaruto Station,Uchibo LineKimitsu Station,Sotobo LineKazusa Ichinomiya Station,Narita LineNarita Airport Station,Kashima LineKashima Jingu StationHave been up to[2].

This article isCommuting five-sided strategyAs part of the congestion mitigation project collectively called, the Sobu Main Line was completed on July 1972, 47 (Showa 7).Kinshicho Station - Tsudanuma StationBetween (formallyRyogoku Station --Before and after the double track (between Tsudanuma Station)1980å¹´(55) Common name started on October 10stSM separation(MS separation[3][Note 3],Directly connected to SF[4][5]Tomo.In this paper, we will mainly describe the history and trains since the start of mutual direct operation between the Yokosuka Line and the Sobu Rapid Line, which is called "SM separation").It also describes the independent operation of only both lines after the start of direct operation and the trains that share the line in the middle section.

Regarding the direction of lines and the order of section notation in this paper, in general, in Japanese railways, trains moving away from the starting station of the line are referred to as "down" and vice versa.The official starting station of the Yokosuka Line is Ofuna Station, and the starting stations of the Tokaido Main Line and Sobu Main Line, which are the official line names between Tokyo Station and Ofuna Station, are Tokyo Station, respectively.Therefore,

  • For Yokosuka Line: Tokyo Station (Ofuna Station) --Kurihama Station "Down", Kurihama Station (Ofuna Station) --Tokyo Station "Up"
  • For Sobu Rapid Line: Tokyo Station-Chiba Station is "down", Chiba Station-Tokyo Station is "up"

Will be.Therefore, both lines change up and down at Tokyo Station, so the section notation order in this paper is

  1. For official lines and lines east and south of Chiba Station, Yokosuka Line and Sobu Rapid Line only, and trains boarding from midway sections: Starting station side-End station side[Example 1]
  2. Directly on both lines or on both lines and directly east and south of Chiba Station: Kurihama Station-(Yokosuka Line) --Tokyo Station-(Sobu Rapid Line) --In order of Chiba Station, but east of Chiba Station and beyond South route is the same as 1.[Example 2]
  3. For Honorable Trains: Starting station side of odd-numbered trains-End station side[Example 3]
(Supplement 1) When describing from XX to XX in 2., do not add a description indicating the direction (up and down, etc.).
(Supplement 2) In 2. and 3, the order of direct lines on both lines is Yokosuka Line → Sobu Rapid Line.

As long as there are no special notes, the description is based on the notation of 1. --- 3.

Overview

The Yokosuka Sobu Rapid Line is located in the Tokyo area.Train specific section(E-den), Which runs north-south through central Tokyo, Yokosuka City, Kanagawa Prefecture.Zushi-Kamakura cityIn Miura Peninsula and横 浜 市-Kawasaki CityIn each city and in western Chiba prefectureIchikawa City-Funabashi-Narashino-shiIt is a commuting line that connects Chiba City, where the prefectural office is located, via Tokyo Station.Some trains are in eastern Chiba prefectureSanmu City,Narita CityIt is inNarita International Airport, In the eastern part of the Boso PeninsulaKimitsu・ In the western part of the countryIchinomiya,Ibaraki PrefectureKashima CityIt is directly connected to each city of.

The predecessor of JRJapan National RailwayIn the era when (JNR) was operating, "Commuting five-sided strategyAs part of1972å¹´In (47), the Sobu Main Line Tokyo Station-a new line between Kinshicho Station and Kinshicho Station-started operation at the same time as the completion of the double-tracking between Tsudanuma Station.1976å¹´(Showa 51)Shinagawa StationAfter the extension, mutual direct operation with the Yokosuka Line started in 1980 (Showa 55).[3]..Since then, it has become an integrated operation system.1981å¹´(Showa 56) Extension of Chiba station on the double track section in July, October of the same yearInage StationThe current mode of operation was established by the start of the stop[6]..Direct driving that penetrates central TokyoKeihin Tohoku Line,Chuo/Sobu LineIt has been operating since the early Showa period (local trains), but this line was the first direct operation over 100 km.At first, there was a feeling that "bamboo was inherited from the tree", but now it has become firmly established.Shonan Shinjuku Line(Started operation in 2001)Ueno Tokyo LineIt can be said that it played a pioneering role (started operation in 2015).[7]..The Yokosuka Line is the Shonan-Shinjuku Line andSotetsu/JR direct line(From the JR lineHazawa Yokohama Kokudai StationviaSotetsu LineDirectly to, 2019 (Heisei 31) operation start) By the train, each city along the Yokosuka line and western Kanagawa prefectureEbinaEtc. via Yokosuka LineShinjukuTokyo such asFukutoshinAs a commuting route in those areas, the Sobu Rapid Line is from the city center except for the commuting route.Katori-ChoshiTo the northeastern part of Chiba prefectureTateyama City-KamogawaSightseeing communication transportation to the southern part of the Boso Peninsula[Note 4]In addition,1978å¹´To Narita International Airport (then New Tokyo International Airport), which opened in 53Airport communication (access) transportation routeBoth lines play a wide variety of roles.Along with that, the airport access limited express "Narita Express(Started operation in 1991) and from Tokyo Station to various areas of Chiba PrefectureLimited express train[Note 5]Is in operation.In addition, the operation is1987å¹´(Showa 62) August 4Privatization of the national railway divisionHas been inherited by JR East.

All sections are within the specific train section, but as part of the formationCross sheet[Note 6],WCEquipped withSuburbs typeTrain is used,Green car2 cars are also incorporated.At the beginning of the train used, "horizontal"Suga Line-TotalTake lineIs displayed, but trains that do not operate directly to each other (many settings) are also displayed (for details, seeLater). Introduced in October 2016Station numberingIs numbered from Kurihama Station on the Yokosuka Line to Tokyo Station → Sobu Rapid Line, JO 01 at Kurihama Station, JO 9 at Ofuna Station, JO 13 at Tokyo Station, JO 22 at Kinshicho Station, Chiba The station is numbered JO 28[Press 1].

The line color is the body color of the operational train (commonly known as:Skull color) Is a color close to a parttag(■).

History

This section describes the history and history of the Yokosuka Line and Sobu Rapid Line before and after the start of direct operation.Regarding the Sobu Rapid Line before the completion of double trackingSobu Main Line #HistoryFor the Yokosuka Line before SM separation, etc.Yokosuka Line #HistorySee each.

(Source for the entire section:[6][8][9][10][11][12][13])

Commuting five-sided strategy

High economic growthBetween Tokyo Station and Ofuna Station, which were operating on the same track (Tokaido Main Line Passenger Line) at the time of[Note 7] OfTokaido Main LineTrains in the direction of Odawara and Atami (Shonan train) And the train that goes directly to Zushi / Yokosuka on the Yokosuka LineCommuting rushCongestion caused by this became more serious day by day, and as a result of repeated increases in the number of trains, the transportation capacity had reached its limit.On the other hand, the Sobu Main Line is also in the morningAt rush hourAs with other major lines in the suburbs of Tokyo, it was extremely crowded.Under such circumstances, JNR Chiba Railway Administration Bureau (currentlyEast Japan Railway Chiba Branch), Various plans were drafted.As an example, the stage plan announced in 1962 (Showa 37)[Newspaper 1]Then,

  • 8 old cars101 seriesIt will be replaced with a 10-car train to increase the transportation capacity by 2%.
  • At Shinjuku stationChuo Line rapid trainalike,Shinkoiwa StationBy adding an island platform to the (draft) and performing alternate arrivals and departures, the operation interval will be shortened by 20 seconds and the transportation capacity will be increased by 2%.
  • 1965å¹´(Showa 40)- 1970å¹´During (Showa 45)Ochanomizu Station - Ichikawa Station, Ichikawa Station-Tsudanuma Station, Tsudanuma Station-Chiba Station divided into 3 sections and double-tracked.On the express line, the time will be shortened by 1962 minutes from 37 (Showa 25).The stop is Ichikawa Station,Funabashi Station, Tsudanuma Station, Chiba Station are planned.However, it is undecided in Tokyo.In addition, freight trains will be separated to double the transportation capacity.

Besides this, it was the busiest section at that timeKameido Station --There was a plan to make Shin-Koiwa Station a double track in advance. In 1965 (Showa 40),Japan National Railway(JNR) aims to alleviate congestion and increase transportation capacityCapital AreaProject to increase the transportation volume of commuting routes inCommuting five-sided strategy」策定した。これは国鉄が、1961年(昭和36年)度からの第2次5ヵ年計画を1964年(昭和39年)に打ち切り、1965年(昭和40年)度を初年度とする1971年(昭和46年)度までの7年間におよぶ第3次長期計画を策定、都市間旅客輸送、長距離貨物輸送とならび、大都市の通勤輸送増強が計画的に遂行されるようにしたもので、そのうちの都市近郊(東海道、中央、総武、常磐、東北)各線輸送力増強計画の一環として、総武本線では快速線と緩行線を分けるMultiple linesOn the Yokosuka Line, Tokyo Station- Odawara StationWe planned to separate the lines by system by adding lines between Tokyo Station and Ofuna Station by separating the Tokaido Main Line (Shonan Train) and the Yokosuka Line.

Sobu Rapid Line newly established (double track)

The main plans for the new Sobu Rapid Line are as follows.

  1. (Yokosuka Line Shinagawa Station-) Tokyo Station-Ryogoku Station undergroundtunnelNewly established.Between Tokyo Station and Kinshicho StationShinnihonbashi Station-Bakurocho StationSet up.
  2. The section between Ryogoku Station and Tsudanuma Station will be a double track for each line, with a conventional line, and will operate rapid trains along with the aforementioned section between Tokyo Station and Kinshicho Station.
  3. Rapid trains will be set up on the rapid train as stations within the section 1 and Shin-Koiwa Station, Ichikawa Station, Funabashi Station, and Tsudanuma Station.
  4. Koiwa Station-The area between Nishi-Funabashi Station and the vicinity of Funabashi Station will be elevated, and the railroad crossings in other sections will be crossed independently to remove 56 railroad crossings in total.
  5. Cargo handling station is Shin-Koiwa Station (Shin-Koiwa Station, which later separated the cargo handling of the station → CurrentlyShinkoiwa Signal Station), Consolidate and consolidate to the mountain side of Nishifunabashi Station, add a freight line to Kameido Station-Shin-Koiwa Station, and cross over with the main line near Kameido Station.
  6. Makuhari Depot (currently,) that houses the 113 series operated by the Sobu Rapid Line and the Boso Local Line, the 183 series of the Boso Limited Express, and the 165 series of the Boso Express.Makuhari Vehicle Center) Tsudanuma Station- Makuhari StationNewly established in between.The electric train function of Tokyo Station, which is an underground station, is installed at the site of the passenger car marshalling yard inside Kinshicho Station.
  7. The Sobu Rapid Line will be directly connected to the Tokaido Main Line additional line (underground section between Shinagawa Station and Tokyo Station) and Tokyo Station, which are planned separately.
  8. The double track between Tsudanuma Station and Chiba Station will be completed after 1971 (Showa 46).

The construction route plan between Tokyo Station and Ryogoku Station is as follows: 1. Add a belly line to the conventional line (construction cost about 380 billion yen), 2.Kanda RiverBuild an elevated line on topKanda StationEnter (construction cost about 320 billion yen), 3. Construct an underground line and go directly to Tokyo Station (construction cost about 210 billion yen, the amount is the planned amount at the time of planning), the construction cost is the smallest and the operating distance is the shortest It was decided to use the underground line plan of 3.In addition, to get on to Tokyo Station, it has traditionally been a transfer station to the direction of Tokyo Station.Akihabara StationThere was also the purpose of alleviating the congestion. Construction started in April 1965 (Showa 40), and most of it passes through soft ground.Shield construction methodBuilt bySumida RiverAt the intersection with, nine caissons are sunk from the temporary Tsukishima on both banks, and the caissons are connected by pushing them horizontally one after another in the water.Tsukishima caisson methodWas taken.The approach from the tunnel to the double track was establishedRyogoku StationAlthough it is on the premises, the installation of the platform was postponed due to the continuous steep slope.Since it was difficult to secure the signal line-of-sight distance in this section, it was the first JNR conventional line as a security device.Cab signalingSchemeAutomatic train controller(ATC) was introduced[Note 8]..Long tunnel[Note 9]Therefore, the boarding vehicle isA standardOnly compatible vehicles are allowed, and it is stipulated that new vehicles will be compatible with AA standards.[Note 10]..For this reason, it was newly manufactured in compliance with AA standards.113 series 1000 seriesと183 seriesWas put in[14][15]..In addition, Ryogoku Station andShinjukuUsed for Boso Express trains departing and arriving165 seriesAs for, we decided not to enter the underground section because the security device does not support it.[Note 11]..This tunnelSobu tunnel(Between Tokyo Station and Shinagawa StationTokyo tunnel), And became the first tunnel in the city of the Japanese National Railways.

In addition, the ordinary train, which was a natural drop type at that timeTrain toiletIt is planned to make it a circulation type, and in 1969, prior to the opening, construction work to construct a sewage treatment facility in the Makuhari Depot was started.[17].

The reason for dividing the line into multiple lines is that a large-scale grade separation will occur near Ryogoku Station and Kinshicho Station, and the freight handling station will be changed to Shin-Koiwa Station at the planning stage.[Note 12], Nishi-Funabashi Station will be concentrated on the mountain side, in which case an up freight train will need a grade separation across the down line to enter and exit the freight station.[Note 13]By separating the tracks, it is possible to prevent passengers from concentrating quickly and to balance the boarding rate with local trains. If the new Makuhari train ward between Tsudanuma Station and Makuhari Station is by track, It can be installed by embracing wiring between the upper and lower rapid lines when extending Chiba of multiple double tracks.The section between Ryogoku Station and Kinshicho Station has been an elevated line by deck girder since its opening, but due to land subsidence and aging, a new elevated line was constructed, and between Kameido Station and Shinkoiwa Station, from Kameido Station. Go southOnagigawa StationA single track (the roadbed corresponds to a double track) connecting to the freight line heading in the direction was constructed separately.Honor train escapeIchikawa StationHowever, since all trains will stop at Kinshicho Station for the time being, no passing line was laid, and an electric train line was installed at the site of the passenger car marshalling yard inside the station.Kinshicho Station has become a branch station for Tokyo and Ochanomizu.Also,Nishi-Funabashi StationHome installation was shelved[Note 14].

The Sobu Rapid Line opened on July 1972, 47 (Showa 7).However, because it was a double track to Tsudanuma Station, the local trains used the same line between Tsudanuma Station and Chiba Station, and the rapid and limited express trains were non-stop between Tsudanuma Station and Chiba Station.Until then due to the opening of the same line101 seriesThe rapid trains that were operated in 10-car trains were all replaced by the newly built 113 series trains, and became 11-car trains.At the same time, the Makuhari Depot was opened, and the vehicles belonged to the same train ward.This is because it was decided to operate directly with the Yokosuka Line in the future, so it was necessary to replace it with the 113 series, which is different from the slow line.In addition, direct operation to Narita Station and Boso area has also started, 8 round trips to Narita Station, 11 round trips to Kisarazu Station and Kimitsu Station on the Uchibo Line, and Kamiso Ichinomiya Station on the Sotobo Line.Ohara StationEight round trips were operated respectively.On the other hand, Ryogoku Station and Chuo Main LineShinjuku StationExisting that was more drivenExpress trainTakes a train to BosoLimited express trainUpgraded to, limited express "Sazanami"WakashioIs newly established[Note 15]The express train was operated as an excellent train with the express "Nagisa" (around the Uchibo line) and the express "Misaki" (around the Sotobo line) going around the Boso Peninsula.There was no particular movement on the express trains on the Sobu Main Line and Narita Line,1975年(Showa 50) With the timetable revision on March 3, L-tokkyu "Shiosai"IrisHas started operation, and the express train has abolished the express train around the Boso Peninsula, and all trains including the Boso area have been converted to trains (153 series・ 165 series) and became a complementary train to each limited express train[Note 16]..With this revision, all limited express trains depart and arrive from the underground platform of Tokyo Station.1976年(Showa 51) Congestion of the underground central passage of Tokyo Station became a problem on October 10, and to alleviate it, a separate line between Tokyo Station and Shinagawa Station, which was completed in June 1 (Showa 1973). (Underground line) opened (Because the Yokosuka line was delayed, it was opened earlier.Later), Shinagawa station started to board during the morning and evening rush hours, and later the boarding time zone expanded beyond the morning and evening rush hours, with 46 round trips on weekdays and 36 round trips on holidays.

SM separation

The main plans for SM separation are as follows.

  1. Add another line (underground line) between Tokyo Station and Shinagawa Station.
  2. The Hinkaku freight line will be used between Shinagawa Station and Tsurumi Station.Among themShin-Tsurumi Yard (currently Shin-Tsurumi Signal Station) --The line between Tsurumi Station will be added to the east side, and a conventional freight line will be installed.
  3. On the premises of Shin-Tsurumi YardShin-Kawasaki StationIs newly established.
  4. Tsurumi Station-Ofuna Station is between Tsurumi Station- Higashi-Totsuka StationA separate line dedicated to freight trains will be newly established in the area, the conventional freight line in the same section will be diverted for passengers, and a freight line will be added to the conventional line between Higashi-Totsuka Station and Ofuna Station.
  5. Hodogaya StationFreight facilities and passenger homes will be newly established on the conventional freight line[Note 17].

Construction of the underground line between Tokyo Station-Shinagawa Station was started in March 1968 (Showa 43) by connecting Tokyo Station-Shinagawa Station, which had been started earlier, and most of it was constructed by the shield method as in the former section. However, part of the premises of Shimbashi Station and Shinagawa Station was excavated from the ground.In the latter section, there are many intersections and proximity to important structures (building streets in Yurakucho, subway lines, etc.), tunnels must be dug deep, and the geology of some sections is poor.[Note 18]Construction was difficult, and many new technologies such as compression, freezing, and chemical injection methods were introduced to construct the tunnel.This construction was completed on June 1973, 48 (Showa 6).

On the other hand, when constructing the ground freight line, first of all, when diverting the Hinkaku freight line,Musashino LineとShiodome Station(Currently abolished)- Tokyo Freight Terminal Station --Shiohama marshalling yard (currentlyKawasaki Freight Station) --The Gulf Freight Line was constructed between Tsurumi Station and the freight train was transferred there.However, in April 1966 (Showa 41), the JNR Board decided to expand the line between Tokyo Station and Odawara Station on the Tokaido Main Line, and in May of the same year, the construction implementation plan was approved and the plan for the construction of a new freight line was announced. However, the construction was delayed due to a fierce opposition movement by residents along the railway line who did not directly benefit from it (for details).Later).In September 1977 (Showa 52), the national railway decided to set up a new station (Higashi-Totsuka Station) between Hodogaya Station and Totsuka Station, which had been requested by the locals for many years.After some twists and turns, the new freight line opened on October 9, 1979, and the section between Tokyo Station and Odawara Station was completed by increasing the number of tracks in addition to the one on the left. Between stations1980年(ShowaFrom October 55st, 10, the Tokaido Main Line (Shonan Train) and Yokosuka Line trains were separated, and the line separation by system was started.[18][19]..This is called "SM separation", and the train number of the Yokosuka line is S, and the name is S-den, and the Shonan train of the Tokaido main line is called M-den.[3]..Also, because the train number of Sobu Rapid Line is F, it was also called "SF direct connection".[4][5]..At that time, Shin-Kawasaki Station and Higashi-Totsuka Station opened.In the separated section, the section between Tokyo and Shinagawa Station was connected to the underground section of the Sobu Rapid Line, which opened on October 1976, 51, and the section between Shinagawa Station and Tsurumi Station was1929年(Showa 4) Diverted the so-called Hinkaku Line, a freight line that opened on August 8, between Tsurumi Station and Ofuna Station.1928年(Showa 3) The freight line that had been opened to Hiratsuka by March 3 was diverted, so the current Yokosuka line running line in the same section is due to the diversion of the existing freight line, except for the underground section.[20].

From direct operation after SM separation to just before privatization

The Yokosuka Line and Sobu Rapid Line will start direct operation, and at the same time, the Sobu Rapid Line operating vehicles belonging to the Makuhari Depot will be organized to match the Yokosuka Line.Green carThe two cars were connected, and the maximum number of cars was 2 cars.The section between Shinagawa Station and Yokohama Station is 15 km longer than the Tokaido Main Line because it detours to the Hinkaku Line, and it takes 2.9 minutes longer than the Tokaido Main Line, and it takes 5 to 3 minutes to go up from the underground platform of Tokyo Station to the ground. There was a difference of 5 to 8 minutes in total.In addition, because both lines operated directly, there were problems such as being unable to take a seat at Tokyo Station.Furthermore, from this revision, the section operation between Yokosuka Station and Kurihama Station has been expanded to Zushi Station, and a 10-car train with vehicles is also included.[Note 19]での運転となった。1981年(昭和56年)7月6日に津田沼駅 - 千葉駅間の複々線化が完成、同年10月1日ダイヤ改正より横須賀線のスピードアップ及び停車時分の短縮を図り、品川駅 - 横浜駅間の所要時間差を1分30秒縮め、データイムには1時間に1本久里浜駅直通運転に改め、総武線快速電車は稲毛駅に停車、同年12月20日には千葉駅構内東京方(Slow lineNishi-Chiba StationThe grade separation between the Sobu Main Line / Narita Line route and the Sotobo Line / Uchibo Line route has been completed. From July 1984, 59 (Showa 7), the "Home Liner Tsudanuma" service started between Tokyo Station and Tsudanuma Station (see details).Later). In the timetable revision on November 1982, 57, all express trains departing from and arriving at Ryogoku Station and Shinjuku Station were upgraded to limited express trains, and among them, the limited express "Ryogoku Station-Choshi Station (around the Narita Line)" "Suigo" was newly established (For the history of limited express and express trains before and after this revision, see "Suigo".Shiosai (Train) #Sobu Main Line Honorable Train History","Ayame (Train) #Narita Line / Kashima Line Honorable Train History","Sazanami (Train) #Uchibo Line Honor Train History","Wakashio (Train) # Sotobo Line Honor Train History」をそれぞれ参照)。1984年(昭和59年)2月1日のダイヤ改正では、横須賀線東京駅 - 大船駅間の最高速度を95 km/hから100 km/hに向上、東海道・横須賀線の朝の通勤時間帯の混雑率の平準化が図られ、千葉駅では成田線ホームが増設され、当初の計画通りの設備がほぼ完了した。1986年(昭和61年)4月2日にNishioi StationOpened, then the national railway1987年(62) It was inherited by East Japan Railway Company by the division and privatization on April 4.

Contact transportation to Narita Airport

The purpose of the Sobu Main Line's double-tracking was to connect to Narita Airport (New Tokyo International Airport) along with commuting.1972年(47) Since the opening of the Sobu Rapid Line on July 7, direct operation to Narita Station has been operated eight round trips. Since the port was expected to open in 15, Sobu Rapid Green Car (for access trains)Salo 113We prepared a formation incorporating (newly made) to prepare for the opening of the port, but due to the intensification of the opposition movement, the prospect of opening the port was uncertain, and Salo 113 was forced to be detained in the Makuhari Depot, etc. It was.1978年(昭和53年)になって漸く開業の目処が立ち、3月1日には空港輸送関連に伴い、1日9往復の千葉駅発着の快速を成田駅まで延長、これにより以前の8往復と合わせ毎時1本が成田駅まで運転されるようになった。空港の開港は、地元の強力な建設反対運動に伴い、大幅に遅れ同年5月20日となった。しかし、成田空港までは成田駅からバスで約25分かかり、空港輸送はKeisei Electric Railway"Skyliner'[Note 20]Or, I mainly used the Airport Transport Service limousine bus[Note 21]..After that, the Narita Shinkansen was planned, but a movement against construction occurred along the line, construction was frozen in 1983 (Showa 58), and the plan expired due to the division and privatization on April 1987, 62 (Showa 4). did.However, the intersection with the Narita Line (Tsuchiya, Narita City), the roadbed to Narita Airport, the underground station directly under the airport, and a part of the connecting passage to the underground platform of Tokyo Station[Note 22]Was built and completed for the Narita Shinkansen.

In the same year, he was the Minister of Transport at that time.Shintaro IshiharaHowever, using the completed facility, JR Narita Line and Keisei Electric RailwayKeisei Main LineInstructed to extend to Narita Airport, Narita Line (Airport Branch Line) Narita Station-Narita Airport Station opened on March 1991, 3, "Narita Express" started operation, "Narita Express" "Narita Express" (3-19 trains per hour) and Rapid (1 train per hour) are now available.Along with this, the limited express "Sazanami" and "Wakashio" began to board Tokyo Station the previous year.Keiyo LineIt became a transit, and it stopped running on the Sobu Rapid Line except for the special train.With this opening, the Yokosuka Sobu Rapid Line will have a mission as an airport connecting railroad to Narita Airport, and from May 5 of the same year, the rapid train departing from and arriving at Narita Airport Station will be "Airport NaritaWas given the nickname.In addition, on December 1992, 4 (Heisei 12)Airport Terminal 2 StationHas opened.Furthermore, from April 1991, 3 (Heisei 4) to November 26, 1992 (4), for the purpose of complementing the limited express "Narita Express",Extra trainAs a special rapid service, "Airport Narita" was operated between (Ofuna Station-) Tokyo Station-Narita Airport Station.In addition, the nickname of the rapid "Airport Narita" was canceled due to the timetable revision on March 2018, 30 (Heisei 3).

Yokosuka Sobu Rapid Line after privatization

Vehicles on both lines have been in the 113 series 1000 series and 1500 series since the JNR era, and all cars have been cooled and continued to be used even after privatization, but the maximum operating speed on the diamond is 100 km / h, since it was manufactured. Since 20 years have passed, it will be replaced with a new model vehicle, and since the timetable revision on December 1994, 6 (12), a stainless steel vehicleE217 series30 cars (11 basic trains x 2 trains, 4 auxiliary trains 2 trains) have started commercial operation.In addition, from this amendment, one commuter train will start operating between Tokyo Station and Narita Station (some of which are Narita Airport Station) on weekdays only in the morning and one at night.Later). Due to the timetable revision on December 1999, 11, the 12 series 4 series and 113 series of the Makuhari Depot were replaced with the E1000 series, and at the same time the maximum speed was raised from 1500 km / h to 217 km / h. ..As a result, the time required between Tokyo Station and Chiba Station has been reduced by an average of 100-120 minutes to 2 minutes at the fastest.On November 3, the same year, the "Goodbye Rapid Series 38" was operated as a group train between Tsudanuma Station and Yokosuka Station. The Shonan-Shinjuku Line will start operating from December 113, 11, and from the Yokosuka Line to Datum (23: 113-2001: 13 based on Shinjuku Station) Shinjuku Station-Zushi Station / Yokosuka Station 12 hour per hour. It was actually driven.The vehicle used is215 seriesIt was an E217 series.This train was operated until the day before the timetable revision on October 2004, 16 (Heisei 10).

On February 2004, 16, due to the deterioration of ATC equipment, the security device in the Tokyo tunnel (between Shinagawa Station and Kinshicho Station) was installed.ATCからATS-P typeBy change to[21], Blocking methodIn-vehicle signal blocking typeからDouble trackAutomatic block typeChanged to[Note 23]..With this, ATS-P has already been introduced in the sections of the Yokosuka Line and Sobu Rapid Line that sandwich the Tokyo tunnel, so the unification of security devices has been realized.[22]。2015年(平成27年)3月14日のダイヤ改正から、特別快速が東京駅 - 内房線館山駅間で平日のみ1往復運行されたが、2017年(平成29年)3月4日のダイヤ改正をもって、登場からわずか約2年で廃止された。

Chronological Table

  • 1972å¹´(Showa47 years)7/15: Sobu Rapid Line Tokyo Station-(Ryogoku Station-) Kinshicho Station Underground Tunnel and (Ryogoku Station-) Kinshicho Station-Tsudanuma Station Multiple Lines completed, Sobu Rapid Line started operation with the opening of Tokyo Underground Station.Limited express "Sazanami" and "Wakashio" started operation.
  • 1973å¹´(48)6/28: Tokaido Main Line Tokyo Station-Shinagawa Station Inter-Between Line (Underground Line) completed.
  • 1975å¹´(50)3/10: Conducted on the same dayTimetable revisionAs a result, the limited express "Shiosai" and "Ayame" started operation.
  • 1976å¹´(51)10/1: Opened a separate line (underground line) between Tokyo Station and Shinagawa Station to alleviate congestion in the underground central passage of Tokyo Station.The Sobu Rapid Line runs to Shinagawa Station.
  • 1978å¹´(53)3/1: Narita Airport (at that time: New Tokyo International Airport, nowNarita International Airport) Open port[Note 24]As a result, the rapid 9 round trips to Chiba Station have been extended to Narita Station.In addition, some Sobu Rapid trains are organized into 13 cars.
  • 1979å¹´(54)10/1: Tokaido Freight Line Tsurumi Station- Yokohama Hazawa Station --Opened between Totsuka Station.
  • 1980å¹´(55) October 10: Tokaido Main Line and Yokosuka Line started to separate lines by system.Commenced direct operation between Yokosuka Line and Sobu Rapid Line.Opened Shin-Kawasaki Station and Higashi-Totsuka Station.Hodogaya Station stops only on the Yokosuka Line.
  • 1981å¹´(56)
    • 7/6: Tsudanuma Station-Double track construction between Chiba Station is completed.It was a rapid transit station before the double trackInage StationBuild a home in.
    • October 10: Rapid train stops at Inage Station due to timetable revision.
    • 12/20: Completed the three-dimensional intersection of the Sobu Main Line / Narita Line route and the Sotobo Line / Uchibo Line route on the rapid line in the direction of Tokyo in Chiba Station.
  • 1984å¹´(59)
    • 2/1: Due to the timetable revision, the maximum speed between Tokyo Station and Ofuna Station on the Yokosuka Line has been increased from 95 km / h to 100 km / h.Chiba Station Narita Line home expansion.
    • 7/23: Started operation of "Home Liner Tsudanuma" between Tokyo Station and Tsudanuma Station.Setting of two downhills.The vehicle is 2 series used in the limited express "Shiosai" etc.[23].
  • 1985å¹´(60)
    • 3/14: Increased to 4 trains going down "Home Liner Tsudanuma".One of them is from Shinjuku[23]..Limited express "Suigo" starts to enter Tokyo Station.
    • October 10: Set up one "Home Liner Tsudanuma" during the morning rush[23].
  • 1986å¹´(61)4/2 : Nishioi StationOpened.
  • 1987å¹´(62)
  • 1988å¹´(63)7/6: One of "Home Liner Tsudanuma" from Shinjuku will be extended to Chiba Station to become "Home Liner Chiba" (weekdays only)[23].
  • 1989å¹´(HeiseiFirst year)3/11: One more "Home Liner Chiba" from Tokyo (weekdays and Saturdays).
  • 1990å¹´(2)3/10: Renamed the morning liner to "Good morning liner Tsudanuma".One more "Home Liner Chiba" from Tokyo.There will be a total of 1 down trains[23].. "Good morning liner Zushi" and "Home liner Zushi" started operation.
  • 1991å¹´(3)
    • 3/16: Reduced 2 "Home Liner Tsudanuma" and abolished "Good Morning Liner Tsudanuma" due to timetable revision related to Narita Airport entry. "Home Liner Chiba" operates only on weekdays and has 3 downhills.[23]..Limited express "Wakashio" and "Sazanami" will be via the Keiyo Line.
    • 3/19: Narita Line (Airport Branch Line) Narita Station-Opening between Narita Airport Station, Limited Express "Narita ExpressAnd rapid "Airport Narita"start operation[Note 25].
    • 4/26 : Special rapid"Airport Narita" operation started.
    • 5/1: Nicknamed "Airport Narita" for rapid trains departing from and arriving at Narita Airport Station[24].
  • 1992å¹´(4)11/30: Special Rapid Service abolished.
  • 1993å¹´(5)
    • 8/1: Started connecting trains bound for Kashima Jingu on the Kashima Line to "Airport Narita".
    • 10/24: Kinshicho Station-Ichikawa Station security device changed to ATS-P type[Newspaper 2].
    • 10/31: Security measures between Ichikawa Station-Chiba Station and Higashi-Totsuka Station-Ofuna Station changed to ATS-P type[Newspaper 2].
  • 1994å¹´(6)12/3: Abolished one "Home Liner Tsudanuma".Limited express "Home Town Sakura" newly established[23]..217 stainless steel E30 series trains (11 basic trains x 2 trains, 4 auxiliary trains 2 trains) started commercial operation.
  • 1995å¹´(7)12/1: Limited express "Home Town Sakura" is renamed to "Home Town Narita".
  • 1999å¹´(11)
    • 11/11: The "Yokosuka Line Memorial" commemorating the 111th anniversary of the opening of the Yokosuka Line runs between Ofuna Station and Yokosuka Station.
    • 11/13: The "Yokosuka Line 14 Series Memorial" runs between Tokyo Station and Yokosuka Station on both days of the 113th.At Tokyo Station, we arrived at the ground platform (line 10) and ran on the Tokaido Main Line between Tokyo Station and Yokohama Station.
    • 11/23: "Goodbye Rapid Series 113" train operated as a group train between Tsudanuma Station and Yokosuka Station.
    • 12/3: 113 series trains are made of stainless steelE217 seriesAt the same time, the maximum speed will be increased from 100 km / h to 120 km / h, and the maximum travel time between Tokyo Station and Chiba Station will be 38 minutes.
    • 12/4: The number of trains in Home Liner Chiba will be sorted out by the timetable revision[23]..Start of operation for Naruto (the section that operates the Sobu Main Line extends between Tokyo Station and Naruto Station).
  • 2000å¹´(12)
  • 2001å¹´(13)
    • 12/1: Shonan-Shinjuku Line has started operation, and Yokosuka / Sobu Rapid Line trains are used for trains departing from and arriving at Shinjuku Station-Zushi Station / Yokosuka Station (some trains use Series 215).
    • Same day: At the stop of "Airport Narita"Shisui StationAdd.
  • 2002å¹´(14) December 12: Narita AirportDepartureThe name "Airport Narita" will not be used for the trains of "Airport Narita" at Narita Airport.GoingOnly trains.
  • 2004å¹´(16)
    • 2/29: Due to the deterioration of ATC equipment, the security device in the Tokyo tunnel (between Shinagawa station and Kinshicho station) was changed from ATC to ATS-P type from this day.[21], Changed the block system from the cab signal block system to the double track automatic block system.
    • 10/16: Changed as follows due to timetable revision.
    • At the stop of "Airport Narita"Monoi StationAdd.In addition, the number of connecting trains bound for Kashima Jingu on the Kashima Line has been reduced.
    • Shinjuku Station on the Shonan-Shinjuku Line --- Canceled trains departing from and arriving at Zushi Station and Yokosuka Station.
    • Limited express "Suigo" and "Home Town Narita" will be integrated into "Ayame".
  • 2005å¹´(17)12/10: Changed the vehicle using the home liner from 183 series 8-car train to 255 series.All carsNon smokingTo. If the 255 series cannot be put into operation due to inspection entrance, etc."Central liner" "Ome liner"The 183 series C formation (9-car formation) used in the car is a substitute runner.
  • 2008å¹´(20)3/15: Changed as follows due to timetable revision.
    • Expanded Yokosuka Line platform at Shinagawa Station.Some Sobu Rapid Line trains departing from and arriving at Tokyo Station will be extended to Shinagawa Station, mainly on weekday mornings.
    • The "Home Liner Tsudanuma", which was running only once on Saturdays and holidays, was abolished (the last service day is3/9).
    • Changed Home Liner Chiba No. 1 and No. 5 to 183 series C formation prescribed (9-car formation).However, since only one 183 series C train is placed, the 1 series runs on behalf of the train during inspections.
  • 2009å¹´(21) March 3: Due to the timetable revision, Home Liner Chiba No. 14 and 1 were changed to 5 series, and No. 255 and 3 were changed to E7 series 257 series.Since the 500 series or E255 series 257 series will be the substitute runner, the 500 series C formation will be withdrawn. Newly established Sobu Main Line Narita bound train at "Airport Narita".
  • 2010å¹´(22)3/13 : Musashikosugi StationOpening of business.
  • 2014å¹´(26) April 4: Liner tickets that could be purchased only with cash until nowSuicaAnd interoperableBoarding cardBut you will be able to purchase[Note 26].
  • 2015å¹´(27) March 3: Changed as follows due to timetable revision.
    • One "Home Liner Chiba" at 19:1 is set and the number is increased to five.The vehicles used are unified to the E5 series 257 series.
    • Limited express "Ayame", "Good morning liner Zushi", "Home liner Zushi" abolished.
    • Special Rapid Service runs one round trip between Tokyo Station and Tateyama Station on the Uchibo Line only on weekdays
  • 2016å¹´(28)3/26: All "Home Liner Chiba" trainsFunabashi StationStop at[Press 2].
  • 2017å¹´(29)3/4: Due to the timetable revision, the special rapid service between Tokyo Station and Tateyama Station on the Uchibo Line has been abolished.
  • 2018å¹´(30)
    • 3/17: Due to the timetable revision, the nickname of "Airport Narita" was abolished, and it was operated as a rapid train without a nickname (normal on the Yokosuka Line).
    • 12/8 : Shinkoiwa Station OfHome doorStart using[Newspaper 4]..This operation system andGreen carIt will be the first platform door to be used on a train with a train.
  • 2019å¹´(31ReiwaFirst year)
  • 2020å¹´(2nd year of Reiwa)

Operation form

(Source for the entire section ...[27][28][29][30])

Trains are Tokyo Station, Shinagawa Station, Ofuna Station, Zushi Station, Yokosuka Station and Kurihama Station on the Yokosuka Line, and Tokyo Station, Tsudanuma Station and Chiba Station on the Sobu Rapid Line (some Sobu Main Line (east of Chiba) Sakura Station and Naru. Higashi Station, Narita Line Narita Airport Station, Kashima Line Kashima Jingu Station, Sotobo Line Kazusa Ichinomiya Station, Uchibo Line Kisarazu Station / Kimitsu Station) The first and last trains (however, Kisarazu Station is the first train only).The main line is the Yokosuka Line and the Sobu Rapid Line, but there are also sections that operate only within each line.

The types of regular trains are limited express trains and those described below."Trains that share tracks in some sections"Except for, the Yokosuka line is "normal" and the Sobu rapid line is "rapid".Train numberIs 3 or 4 digits[Note 27]At the end, S is added on the Yokosuka line and F is added on the Sobu Rapid Line.However, trains that are set only between Zushi Station and Kurihama Station have an H at the end.For trains that go directly from Yokosuka Line to Sobu Rapid Line, change the type from "Normal" to "Rapid" at Tokyo Station (For commuting rapid from Sobu Rapid Line, which will be described later, change the type from "Commuting Rapid" to "Normal") , The last two digits of the train number are changed from even to odd (even +2), the last alphabet is changed from S to F, and the type of train that goes directly from Sobu Rapid Line to Yokosuka Line is also changed from "Rapid" to "Normal". Change the last two digits of the train number from even to odd (even + 1), and change the last alphabet from F to S.In addition, the timetable setting of the Yokosuka / Sobu Rapid Line section is a so-called train timetable, and the time is not taken except at the main stations in operation.

On the Yokosuka Line section, between Shinagawa Station and Musashi-Kosugi StationTokaido Shinkansenと[Note 28], Musashi-Kosugi Station-Tsurumi Station is the Musashino Line (commonly known as the Musashino Minami Line) and the multiple double-track lines (however, the Tokaido Freight Line and the Yokosuka Line are branched from the branch point near the railroad crossing at Musashi-Kosugi Station. You can only enter from the direction of Shinagawa Station, and the track isShin-Tsurumi Signal Hall Connected to Musashino Line within[Note 29]), Tsurumi Station-Yokohama Station has 3 double tracks on the Tokaido Main Line and Keihin Tohoku Line, Yokohama Station-Higashi-Totsuka Station has Tokaido Main Line and multiple lines by track, and Higashi-Totsuka Station-Ofuna Station has Tokaido Main Line.Tokaido Freight LineAnd 3 double-track lines (from Totsuka station to Ofuna station, there are multiple double-track lines for each direction from the Tokaido main line), and in the Sobu Rapid Line section, Kinshicho Station-Chiba Station is the Sobu Locomotive Line. There are multiple double-track sections by track, and the Yokosuka / Sobu Rapid Line stops only at some stations in these sections.At stations where the Yokosuka / Sobu Rapid Line does not stop, there is no platform on the track on which the Yokosuka / Sobu Rapid Line runs (for details, see ".Route overview and historySee section).

Zushi Station-Except for the section train between Kurihama Station, all sections are operated with 11-car trains or 15-car trains.Eleven cars in Chiba are the basic train (cars 11-1), and four cars in Kurihama are the accessory trains (cars 11--car 4), which are the basic trains in cars 1 and 4.Green carAre connected.Home at Zushi StationEffective lengthBecause the trains that go directly to Yokosuka Station and Kurihama Station with a 15-car train are attached at Zushi Station.Split/MergeI do. Until the timetable revision on March 2012, 3, the basic trains departed from Zushi Station, and some trains departed from Yokosuka Station and Kurihama Station.The section train between Zushi Station and Kurihama Station operates only during the daytime, and a 17-car train (attached train) is used.In addition, the front display of the leading vehicle is "sideSuga Line-TotalTake lineThe same display applies to trains that go directly to each line east and south of Chiba Station.[Note 30].

During the daytime hours (10: 15-1: 4), the timetables are unequally spaced based on departures and arrivals at Tokyo Station, but the number of trains operating per hour for each is 6-5 for the Yokosuka Line section, and Sobu Rapid. There are 6-2 line sections.However, instead of 3-2 trains departing from and arriving at Zushi Station between Zushi Station and Kurihama Station on the Yokosuka Line, 3-1 trains between the stations and 2-20 direct trains on the Yokosuka / Sobu Rapid Line departing from and arriving at Kurihama Station. And only this section is every XNUMX minutes.Between Zushi Station and Nishi-Oi Station, take the Yokosuka Line train

  • Between Zushi Station and Totsuka Station: Shonan-Shinjuku Line Yokosuka Line-Utsunomiya Line Two direct trains.
  • Totsuka Station-Musashi-Kosugi Station: Shonan-Shinjuku Line Yokosuka Line-Two Utsunomiya Line direct trains and Tokaido Line-Takasaki Line direct trains[Note 31]2 pieces.
  • Between Musashi-Kosugi Station and Nishi-Oi Station: 4 Shonan-Shinjuku line trains and 2 Sotetsu line direct trains (Sotetsu-JR direct line).

With the addition of, there will be 6-8 lines between Zushi Station and Totsuka Station, 8-10 lines between Totsuka Station and Musashi-Kosugi Station, and 10-12 lines between Musashi-Kosugi Station and Nishi-Oi Station.

In the event of a transportation failure, direct operation of both lines may be suspended and changed to Tokyo Station.In many cases, the return trains at Tokyo Station are connected to each other at both the normal timetable and when the direct operation is stopped.As for the year-end and New Year all-night operation, it is operated every 60 minutes between Shinagawa Station-Zushi Station and Yokosuka Station.Sobu Rapid LineOvernight drivingIs basically not done (howeverChuo/Sobu LineAnd the Narita line will be done).

Normal / rapid

Kurihama Station-Operates on all sections of Chiba Station.In addition to trains that operate throughout the entire section, there are trains departing from and arriving at Yokosuka Station, Zushi Station, Ofuna Station, Shinagawa Station, Tokyo Station, and Tsudanuma Station.In addition, on the Sobu Rapid Line, limited express trains may be evacuated at Ichikawa Station, Tsudanuma Station, and Chiba Station, and "commuting rapid" may be evacuated at Ichikawa Station only on the downhill.

Describe the departure and arrival stations of trains in each line distinction.

Only on the Yokosuka Line

Zushi Station-A section train between Kurihama Station and an attached train,Kamakura Vehicle CenterThere are trains departing from and arriving at Ofuna Station, which also serves as an entry / exit ward from Ofuna. 9 trains), 5 trains from Ofuna to Zushi / Kurihama on Saturdays and holidays (7 trains each from 6:15 to 16:3 and 6:6 to 7:15), entering the ward at night from Yokosuka / Zushi Going (one from Yokosuka and one from Zushi on weekdays)[Note 32], Only one train departing from Zushi on Saturdays and holidays).The attached trains run from 1:8 to 16:1 on both the top and bottom, and during the daytime, 2-3 trains per hour as mentioned above.[Note 33]Is in operation.In addition, there are flights from Tokyo to Ofuna / Kurihama, from Kurihama / Zushi / Ofuna to Tokyo, the first train from Shinagawa to Kurihama, and the last train from Kurihama to Shinagawa.In addition, there are trains bound for Tokyo that connect to the Sobu Rapid Line train departing from Tokyo (1 on weekdays and 9 on Saturdays and holidays).

Both line direct train

From Yokosuka Line, it departs from Kurihama Station, Yokosuka Station, Zushi Station, Ofuna Station, from Sobu Rapid Line to Tsudanuma Station, Chiba Station, and from Chiba Station, Sobu Main Line Sakura Station, Naruto Station, Narita Line Narita Station, Narita Airport. There are also trains departing from and arriving at Kimitsu Station on the Uchibo Line and Kazusa Ichinomiya Station on the Sotobo Line, from Kisarazu on the Uchibo Line to Zushi, and from Kurihama to Kashima Jingu on the Kashima Line (weekdays only).Only on weekday mornings, there are three round-trip trains to Shinagawa Station, one for Shinagawa, two for Tsudanuma, and all three for Tsudanuma.

Only within the Sobu Rapid Line

There are trains departing from and arriving at Tokyo Station, Tsudanuma Station, Chiba Station and trains between Tsudanuma Station and Chiba Station.The latter also serves as an entry / exit zone from the Makuhari Depot Center, and there are 6 weekdays and 4 Saturdays and holidays from Tsudanuma, and there is one daily bound for Kazusa Ichinomiya and one bound for Narita Airport. It is bound for Chiba, and all three going up are from Chiba to Tsudanuma.About 1-3 trains depart and arrive at Tokyo Station per hour during the day[Note 34](There are times when it is not set).For trains that do not directly connect to the Sobu Main Line Chiba Station East, Narita Line, Sotobo Line, and Uchibo Line, Chiba Station return is not set during the morning rush peak, and instead it returns at Tsudanuma Station.Some trains departing from and arriving at Tokyo Station wait for limited express trains such as the Narita Express at Ichikawa Station.In addition, some trains bound for Tokyo connect to the Yokosuka Line from Tokyo (1 on weekdays, 6 on Saturdays and holidays).[Note 35]..For trains departing from and arriving at Tokyo Station and east and south of Chiba Station, see below.

Departures and arrivals east and south of Chiba Station

All trains departing and arriving east and south of Chiba Station are of the "Rapid" type, with some exceptions, and all run directly from Chiba Station to each line.Of these, the Sobu Main Line between Chiba Station and Sakura Station is the Sobu Main Line, Narita Line, and Kashima Line.[Note 36] A direct train runs on the same track between Sotobo Line Chiba Station and Soga Station on the Sotobo Line and Uchibo Line.[Note 37].. In addition,Train numberIs the train number on the Sobu Rapid Line plus 3000 (the last letter remains F).

In addition, since all trains go through Chiba Station, the direct section is described in the order of "Chiba Station-Starting Station of each line-Longest direct station" except for Sobu Main Line and Sotobo Line.

Sobu Main Line(Direct section: Chiba Station-Naruto Station)
Sakura StationUntil then, the train will stop at each station other than Higashi-Chiba Station, and direct trains on the Narita and Kashima lines will be added to that section.There is also a return train at Sakura Station in the morning, but east of Sakura Station there is only one morning trip to and from Naruto Station and one round trip at night.Of these, the morning departure from Naruto is between Naruto Station and Sakura Station.Yachimata StationAlthough it is operated in 11-car train as "rapid" that stops only[Note 38], One round trip at night is an 1-car train departing from and arriving at Narita Airport at Sakura StationIncrease / dissolutionAnd stop at each station with the attached 4-car train between Sakura Station and Naruto StationordinaryIt operates as a train.For Naruto, it will be "rapid" to Sakura Station.In addition, until the timetable revision on December 1999, 12, the train was driven to Yachimata Station in front of it, and was operated only with the attached 4-car train.
Of the trains departing from and arriving at Sakura Station, there are 4 trains departing from Sakura on weekdays only in the morning, 3 on Saturdays and holidays for Shinagawa (only on weekdays), Yokosuka, and Kurihama, and 6 on weekdays for Sakura (2 in the morning and 4 in the evening). ) There are 5 Saturdays and holidays (1 in the morning and 4 in the evening), departing from Kurihama, Yokosuka, Zushi, Ofuna, and Tokyo (only Saturdays and holidays from Yokosuka and Ofuna).
Departures from Naruto Station are from Naruto to Tokyo / Kurihama and to Naruto from Zushi.
Narita Line(Direct section: Chiba Station-Sakura Station-Narita Airport Station)
To Sakura Station, take the Sobu Main Line, stop at each station other than Higashi-Chiba Station, and there are trains departing from and arriving at Narita Station during the morning and evening rush hours. It runs to Narita Airport Station.Trains departing from and arriving at Narita Airport Station1991å¹´(3) It has been in operation since the revision in March.[31], Until November 2002, 11 for trains departing from Narita Airport, and until March 30, 2018 for trains bound for Narita AirportAirport NaritaThe stop station was the same as other rapid trains.
Trains departing from and arriving at Narita Airport Station depart from Tokyo, Ofuna, Zushi, Yokosuka, and Kurihama, and from Narita Airport to Kurihama, Yokosuka (weekdays only), Zushi, Tokyo, and Tsudanuma.In addition, one round trip at night will be connected to Naruto Station, one train going up in the morning, and one train going down at night will be connected to the attached trains departing from and arriving at Kashima Jingu.
Of the departures and arrivals at Narita Station, there are two departures from Narita in the morning, and on weekdays the rapid train bound for Kurihama and the rapid commute (for detailsLater), On Saturdays and holidays, there are two trains bound for Kurihama and Tokyo (both are rapid), and in the evening there are two bound for Narita, but on weekdays there are rapid commuting (details will be described later), and on Saturdays and holidays, both are rapid trains departing from Kurihama.
Kashima Line(Direct section: Chiba Station-Katori Station-Kashima Jingu Station)
It operates via Chiba Station-Sakura Station-Narita Station-Katori Station, and has one morning up and one night down.Between Chiba Station and Sakura Station, 1-car trains are operated as "Rapid", 1-car trains are added and disassembled at Sakura Station, and between Sakura Station and Kashima Jingu Station are attached 15-car trains.ordinaryIt is operated as. The revision on October 2004, 16 set only the down trains, but the revision on March 10, 16 set the up trains again.
Trains departing from and arriving at Kashima Jingu Station depart from Kashima Jingu to Tokyo, to Kashima Jingu from Kurihama on weekdays, and from Tokyo on Saturdays and holidays.
Sotobo Line(Direct section: Chiba Station-Kazusa Ichinomiya Station)
All trains depart and arrive at Kazusa-Ichinomiya Station, with 10 round trips centered on morning and evening.Chiba Station- Oami StationStops at each station, between Oami Station and Kazusa-Ichinomiya StationMobara StationStop only.PreviouslyKatsuura Station(Until December 1998, 12) ・Ohara StationTrains to and from (until October 2004, 10) were also set.
When the "Boso Summer Diamond" is implemented, it will be used as a rapid "white sand".Awakamogawa StationThere were also trains departing and arriving.
Trains departing from and arriving at Kazusa-Ichinomiya Station depart from Tokyo, Ofuna, Zushi, and Kurihama, and from Kazusa-Ichinomiya to Kurihama, Yokosuka, Zushi, Ofuna (weekdays only), Tokyo, and Tsudanuma.
Uchibo Line(Direct section: Chiba Station-Soga Station-Kimitsu Station)
To Soga Station, the Sotobo Line will stop at each station along with the Sotobo Line direct train, and the Uchibo Line beyond Soga Station will stop at each station other than Iwane Station.Other than the departure from Kisarazu in the morning, there are many direct trains next to the Narita line, and except for some hours, there is about one train per hour (1 round trips), all of which are operated.Kimitsu StationDeparture and arrival. Until March 2007, 3Anegasaki StationTrains departing and arriving were also set.
As a rapid "blue sea" when "Boso summer timetable" is implementedTateyama StationThere were also trains departing and arriving.In addition, the special rapid service described later was operated from the revision on March 2015, 3, but it was abolished by the revision on March 14, 2017.
Trains departing from and arriving at Kimitsu Station depart from Kimitsu to Tokyo, Zushi, and Kurihama, and to Kimitsu from Kurihama, Yokosuka, Zushi, Ofuna (weekdays only), and Tokyo.Also, the morning departure from Kisarazu is bound for Zushi.

Rapid commute

Since the revision on December 1994, 6, it has been operated during the weekday morning and night commuting hours of the Sobu Rapid Line.[31]..Between Tokyo Station and Kinshicho Station, it stops at each station, between Kinshicho Station and Chiba Station, it stops only at Funabashi Station, and between Chiba Station and Narita Station, it passes through Higashi Chiba Station and Monoi Station.Narita Line Narita to Yokosuka Line Ofuna 1 in the morning, Narita Line Narita Airport to Yokosuka Line Zushi 1 in the morning, and Tokyo to Narita 2 in the evening[Note 39]Is.Since the up train does not overtake the preceding train, the required time is almost the same as the normal rapid train, and the down train passes the preceding rapid train bound for Chiba at Ichikawa Station, so the required time is shorter than the rapid train.[Note 40].

On weekday mornings bound for Ofuna and Zushi, the type curtain changes from "Commuting Rapid" to "Yokosuka Line-Sobu Line" when passing through Shinkoiwa Station, and the "Commuting Rapid" display on the side LED is also erased.After that, change the type normally at Tokyo Station and go directly to the Yokosuka Line.The train number has 1 in the first digit, but the last 2 digits and the change in the alphabet are the same as other trains.[Note 41]Is.The Yokosuka Line → Sobu Rapid Line commuting speed is not set.

Limited express train

Narita Express

Narita International AirportToAirport access trainAs,Shinjuku Station-Yokohama StationetcNarita Airport StationOperates between.Drive on the Yokosuka / Sobu Rapid Line between Ofuna Station and Chiba Station. From March 2014 to December 3, the train was extended to Yokosuka Station only on Saturdays and holidays as a temporary train.[32]..The stations south of Ofuna Station were Kita-Kamakura Station, Kamakura Station, and Zushi Station.

Shiosai

It operates between Tokyo Station and Choshi Station, and runs on the Sobu Rapid Line between Tokyo Station and Chiba Station.

Trains that share tracks in some sections

Shonan Shinjuku Line and Sotetsu / JR Direct Line

Between Nishi-Oi Station and Musashikosugi Station-Totsuka Station (Tokaido Line system departs and arrives at the Tokaido Line platform at Ofuna Station) and Zushi StationShonan Shinjuku LineThe Yokosuka line system is a regular train that stops at all stations on the track, and the Tokaido line system is a rapid or special rapid train that passes through Higashi-Totsuka Station, Hodogaya Station, Shinkawasaki Station, and Nishi-Oi Station.During the day, four trains run every hour (two each for the Yokosuka line system and the Tokaido line system).Including the trains completed on the Yokosuka Line, the timetable is a so-called train timetable, and the time is taken at all stations.In addition, from November 1, 4,Sotetsu/JR direct lineThe train shares a railroad track between Nishi-Oi Station and Musashi-Kosugi Station.

For all-night operation during the year-end and New Year, the Shonan Shinjuku Line Utsunomiya Line direct train between Utsunomiya Station, Oyama Station, Omiya Station-Shinjuku Station-Nishi-Oi Station-Ofuna Station and Zushi Station is operated at intervals of about 60 minutes.

Other passenger trains

Regular train
  • Limited expressDancer(Totsuka Station → Nishioi Station, Nishioi Station → Musashikosugi Station)
  • Limited expressAzusa""Fuji tour'[Note 42](Between Kinshicho Station and Chiba Station)
  • "Shonan liner(Musashi-Kosugi Station-between Shinagawa Station and Tokyo Station)
  • "Good morning liner Shinjuku" "Home liner Odawara" (between Musashi-Kosugi station and Nishi-oi station)
Extra train
  • Limited expressShinjuku Wakashio(Between Kinshicho Station and Chiba Station)
  • Limited expressShinjuku Ripples(Between Kinshicho Station and Chiba Station)
  • Limited expressSafir dancer(Between Nishi-Oi Station and Musashi-Kosugi Station)
  • Limited expresssunlight(Ofuna Station-Nishi-Oi Station, Kinshicho Station-Chiba Station)
  • Limited expressKusatsu(Between Ofuna Station and Shinagawa Station)
  • Rapid"Holiday Rapid Kamakura(Between Kamakura Station and Totsuka Station)

For details, see the article for each train.

freight train

Zushi Station-Ofuna Station,Musashikosugi Station --Between Nishi-oi Station,Shinkoiwa Signal Station --Between Chiba StationJapan Freight RailwayBy (JR Freight)freight trainIs also in service[Note 43].

Past trains

This section describes the trains that arrive and depart from the Sobu underground platform at Tokyo Station.However, "Home Liner Tsudanuma" and "Home Liner Chiba" departing from Shinjuku Station are also described here for convenience.For express trains that shared the Sobu Rapid Line after July 1972, 7,Sobu Main LineSee article.

Airport Narita

Airport NaritaIsEast Japan Railway(JR East) is one of the Sobu Line rapid trainsNarita Airport StationIt is the name given to the rapid train to go[Note 44]..In addition, since it is treated as an ordinary train on the Yokosuka Line, it was simply indicated as "Airport Narita" or "Ordinary Airport Narita" in the departure guidance.

This nickname was abolished by the timetable revision on March 2018, 3, and it is treated the same as other Yokosuka Line / Sobu Line express trains (no change to the stop station).[Press 6].

Operation overview
It was basically part of the Sobu Line rapid train, and was operated 1-2 times per hour except during the evening hours.Previously, it was completely one train per hour, but since the local trains departing from and arriving at Narita were replaced with the airport Narita departing and arriving at Narita Airport, the train operated 1-1 trains per hour.As a result, the number of flights at Higashi-Chiba Station, which is the only one east of Chiba where rapid trains pass, has been slightly reduced.Monoi StationPass through).Trains from Narita Airport Station to Tokyo / Kurihama do not use this name, but simply call themselves "rapid" (or "normal" or "commuting rapid" (weekday mornings only)).Previously, the first train at Narita Airport also called itself "Airport Narita," but it was only specified in the timetable of the booklet.If an abnormal situation occurs on any of the service routes, direct operation may be stopped and return operation within the line may occur, but even in that case, the Yokosuka Line will be bound for Tokyo with the nickname of "Airport Narita". There is.
There was also a train connecting the trains bound for Kashima Jingu from the Narita line to the Kashima line and a train connecting the trains bound for Naruto on the Sobu main line, one train per day (both are divided at Sakura Station).For Kashima Jingu, the train was previously split at Narita Station, but due to a significant reduction, it was split only at Sakura Station.Most rapid trains "Airport Narita" wait for the limited express "Narita Express" to pass at any of Ichikawa Station, Tsudanuma Station, Chiba Station, Sakura Station, and Narita Station.For Narita Airport, there are 1 Kurihama first trains (1 of which, Zushi first train on Saturdays and holidays), 4 Zushi first train (1 of which, Ofuna first train on Saturdays and holidays), and Tokyo first train. There are a total of 1 of them.On the other hand, at the first train at Narita Airport, there were 1 trains bound for Kurihama (1 train bound for Ofuna on Saturdays and holidays) and 6 train bound for Tokyo, for a total of 3 trains.
From the time when the 113 series was used, the sideDestination indicatorIt is written in blue letters (red letters in LED) together with "Airport Narita".
Stop station
The stops between Kurihama Station on the Yokosuka Line and Tokyo Station (type: regular train) and between Tokyo Station on the Sobu Rapid Line and Chiba Station (type: rapid)LaterSee.
The stops between Chiba Station on the Sobu Main Line and Narita Line → Narita Airport Station are as follows.The passing station isHigashi Chiba StationOnly, it is the same as "Rapid" in the same line section.

Special Rapid Service "Airport Narita"

1991/4/26[Note 45]From to November 1992, 11, for the purpose of complementing the limited express "Narita Express"Extra trainAs a special rapid service "Airport Narita" was operating between (Ofuna Station-) Tokyo Station-Narita Airport Station[34]..In addition to the first and last trains at Tokyo Station, in 1991 it was sometimes extended to Ofuna Station via the Yokosuka Line.The stops were at each station on the Yokosuka Line, Tokyo Station, Kinshicho Station, Funabashi Station, Tsudanuma Station, Chiba Station, Narita Station, and Narita Airport Station.[35][Note 46]..Unlike the rapid train, it was treated as a special rapid train in all sections including the Yokosuka line.

The vehicle used was the same 113 series 11-car train as other Yokosuka Line and Sobu Rapid Line trains (1992-car train in 15).[34]), "Special Rapid Airport Narita" was writtenHead markThere was also a time when I posted. From July 1991th to September 7st, 20, it was operated every day, but after that, it was operated only on Saturdays and holidays.Also, around the fall of 9, although the diamond was the same, it was operated without a nickname.[34]..In the direction curtain, the rapid (normal) "Airport Narita" was blue, while the special rapid "Airport Narita" was red.In addition, there are "Special Rapid Airport Narita / Narita Airport", "Same / Tokyo", and "Same / Ofuna" in the rolling sign of the E217 series currently in use.[37].

Between Tokyo Station and Narita Airport Station at that time, the limited express "Narita Express" was complemented by the limited express "Narita Express" as well as the special rapid service.Wing expressThere was only a difference between Tokyo Station, Kinshicho Station, Funabashi Station, Chiba Station, Narita Station, and Narita Airport Station, and whether or not they passed Tsudanuma Station compared to Special Rapid Service.

In principle, S is added to the end of the train number on the Yokosuka line and F is added to the end of the train number on the Sobu / Narita line, but this train has M added to the end of the train number.Will be set laterRapid commuteHowever, when it first appeared, M was added to the end of the train number. In the 1992 timetable, the special rapid service "Airport Narita" became the limited express "Wing (renamed from" Wing Express ")" (No. 3 bound for Narita Airport, No. 2 for Narita Airport), and the limited express "Wing Express" (1 bound for Narita Airport) No. 2), the first train at Narita Airport, was replaced by the special rapid service "Airport Narita", and at the same time, the direct access to the Yokosuka line of the special rapid service "Airport Narita" was suspended.[38][39].

Special Rapid Service "Kashima Stadium"

From October 2002, 6 to November 2, 6Ibaraki Prefectural Kashima Soccer StadiumDone in2002 FIFA World CupIt was set for the purpose of accessing the venue for the match.The stops were Tokyo, Shin Nihonbashi, Bakurocho, Kinshicho, Shinkoiwa, Ichikawa, Funabashi, Tsudanuma, Inage, Chiba, Yotsukaido, Sakura, Narita, Sawara, Shiorai, and Kashima Jingu.Since the time was adjusted to the start and end times of the match, the schedule was different depending on the driving day.Some trains went directly to Kurihama Station on the Yokosuka Line, but stopped at each station on the same line.In addition, there were trains departing from and arriving at Chiba Station and Narita Station.

Special Rapid Service (between Tokyo Station and Tateyama Station)

From the timetable revision on March 2015, 3, a special rapid service was operated between Tokyo Station and Tateyama Station on the Uchibo Line only on weekdays.[Press 7]..Although the special rapid service mentioned above has been operated as a special train in the past, it was the first time that it was operated as a regular train.The stations that stop on the way between Tokyo Station and Tateyama Station are Kinshicho Station, Funabashi Station, Tsudanuma Station, Chiba Station, Soga Station, Goi Station, Kisarazu Station, Kimitsu Station, Sanukicho Station, Hamakanaya Station, Yasuda Station, Iwai Station, Tomiura station.There was no direct connection to the Yokosuka Line.

On the descent, the Yokosuka Line Kurihama first train bound for Tsudanuma was connected at Tokyo Station, and the preceding Tokyo first train bound for Chiba was connected at Kinshicho Station, overtaking this rapid train at Ichikawa Station, and connecting at Funabashi Station.On the other hand, there is no overtaking at Ichikawa Station on the uphill, and at Chiba Station / Tsudanuma Station, contact the express train from Narita Airport to Kurihama, and at Tokyo Station, take the limited express "Narita Express No. 44" from Narita Airport to Ofuna / Ikebukuro and the first Yokosuka Line from Tokyo. I went and contacted normally.

With the timetable revision on March 2017, 3, it was abolished only about two years after its appearance.[Press 8].

Rapid "blue sea" "white sand"

A temporary rapid train that was operated on the Boso summer timetable from 1972 to 1989.[Note 47]..The regular Uchibo Line direct rapid train and Sotobo Line direct rapid train were extended to Awa-Kamogawa Station, and were nicknamed "Blue Sea" via the Uchibo Line and "White Sand" via the Sotobo Line. ..The stops on the regular section were the same as those on other rapid trains, but the stops on the extended section differed depending on the train.Basically, it departed from Tokyo Station, but depending on the season, some trains departed from Shinagawa Station and Ryogoku Station, and also departed from Kurihama Station on the Yokosuka Line and Shinjuku Station on the Chuo Main Line.In addition, although the head mark was displayed on the front, the head mark installation was abolished due to through operation with the Yokosuka line and labor circumstances at that time, and the number of operations was also reduced as the number of sea bathers decreased.[34][40].

In the Boso summer timetable since 1990, "Seaside Line Uchibo", "Holiday Rapid Seaside Line Uchibo", "Holiday Rapid Uchibo", "Holiday Rapid Blue Sea" via the Uchibo Line, and "Seaside Line Sotobo" "Holiday" via the Sotobo Line. Temporary rapid trains such as "Rapid Seaside Line Sotobo", "Holiday Rapid Sotobo", and "Holiday Rapid White Sand" were operated.[34][Note 48].

Home liner

Home Liner Tsudanuma / Good Morning Liner Tsudanuma / Home Liner Chiba
1984年7月13日に国鉄で2例目のホームライナーとして東京駅→津田沼駅間の「ホームライナー津田沼」として運行が開始された。運転本数は2本で、翌1985年3月14日には東京駅・新宿駅発列車が各1本ずつ設定され、計4本が運行された同年10月1日には朝の上り「ホームライナー津田沼」(津田沼駅→東京駅間)を1本増発、1987年5月11日に下り1本増発、これで下り東京駅発4本・新宿駅発1本、上り1本の計6本となった。朝の上りは1990年3月10日に「おはようライナー津田沼」に改称したが[23][42]After that, "Wakashio" and "Sazanami" were abolished when the route was changed from the Sobu Main Line to the Keiyo Line. On July 1988, 7, one downhill service section was extended to Chiba Station and became the current name "Home Liner Chiba".[23]。その後、「ホームライナー津田沼」は1991年3月10日に2本削減、1994年12月3日に1本削減、最後に残った1本も2000年12月2日のダイヤ改正で、千葉駅まで延長され「ホームライナー津田沼」は廃止となった[23][42].
In the 2018 revision schedule, there are five down trains a day from Tokyo Station / Shinjuku Station to Tsudanuma Station / Chiba Station on weekdays only on weekdays from Tokyo / Shinjuku to Chiba. There was no setting. Due to the timetable revision on March 19, 1, all trains on the Sobu Rapid Line liner were abolished.
Tokyo Station / Shinjuku Station /Akihabara StationLiner ticket installed inTicket-vending machineIt was a system to purchase a liner ticket at and board from the entrance of the designated car.
Trains departing from Tokyo run only on the Sobu Rapid Line, but first from ShinjukuOchanomizu StationTo the frontChuo Line RapidDrive on the same track (Chuo Rapid Line) and from thereCrossing lineThroughChuo/Sobu LineMove to, and moreKinshicho StationIt is a route that moves to the Sobu Rapid Line through the crossover line in front.
All vehiclesMakuhari Vehicle CenterArrangementE257 series 500 seriesWas used. On some trains until December 2005, 12 and from March 9, 2008 to March 3, 15183 series(Affiliated with Makuhari Depot) from December 2005, 12 to March 10, 2015255 seriesWas also used.In addition, 255 seriesGreen carAre connected, but on this trainStandard-sized carIt is treated andLiner ticketIt was supposed to be seated at.
Stop station
No. 1, 3, 7, 9
5 No.
  • Shinjuku Station --Akihabara Station --Funabashi Station --Tsudanuma Station --Inage Station --Chiba Station
Funabashi station2016å¹´(28) Joined the stop station from March 3, there is no stop on the way between Tokyo Station / Akihabara Station-Funabashi Station.
Good morning liner Zushi, home liner Zushi
On March 1990, 3, as a liner train with a seating capacity that is operated mainly for commuters between Tokyo Station and Zushi Station, one up "Good morning liner Zushi" and one down "Home liner Zushi" will operate. It was started.Since its appearance, the operation has been continued with one round trip system, although there have been slight changes in the operation time.[43][44]..Limited express type vehicles are used, initially in 183 series[44]At the time of abolition, it was operated in the E257 series 500 series.
The station where you could get on the uphill
  • Zushi Station-Kamakura Station-Ofuna Station
The station where you could get on the descent
  • Tokyo Station-Shimbashi Station-Shinagawa Station
After the timetable revision on March 2014, 3, the type was changed to "Rapid" between Ofuna Station and Zushi Station, and it was possible to board without a liner ticket.[45].. It was abolished by the timetable revision on March 2015, 3.

Limited express train

"Suigo" was in operation until October 2004, and "Ayame" was in operation until March 10.In addition, "Wakashio" and "Sazanami", which are currently operated via the Keiyo Line, were operated via the Sobu Rapid Line until 2015.

For details on the above trains, see "Shiosai (train)""Ayame (train)""Sazanami (train)""Wakashio (train)See.

Vehicle used

This section describes the vehicles used on the Yokosuka / Sobu Rapid Line.However, vehicles that enter the Yokosuka / Sobu Rapid Line from other lines and share the track in some sections will be omitted.All vehicles shown belowElectric train.

In addition, since the opening of the Sobu Rapid Line on July 1972, 7 and the electrification of all Sotobo and Uchibo Lines, for express trains that share the Sobu Rapid Line, etc.Sobu Main LineSee article.

Currently used vehicle

In this sectionKamakura Vehicle CenterVehicles belonging to (former Ofuna train ward) and operating on all lines of this line are described in "Operating vehicles", and other regular operating vehicles are described in "Other (limited express)".

Operation vehicle

E217 series(Kamakura Vehicle Center affiliation,1994å¹´12/3-)
  • 1995å¹´Operated from (7) degree.Many trains operate in 11-car trains with 4 basic trains and 15 auxiliary trains, but many trains operate in 11-car trains mainly during the daytime hours.In addition, there is also a 4-car train operating independently between Zushi Station and Kurihama Station.[Note 49]..Two-story building on cars 4 and 5Green carAre concatenated.
  • The line name / train type indicator installed on the right side of the front of the first car is usually written in white on a black background.sideSuga Line-TotalTake lineIs displayed.However, when driving at high commuting speed, "Rapid commuting" is displayed in red on a black background.At the Rapid Airport Narita, which was once operated, "Airport Narita" was displayed in blue letters on a black background.
  • Commonly called "Skull colorBlue and cream called "■■■) Is wrapped around it.This color is inherited from the 113 series.
  • 久里浜方から付属編成4両(増1 - 増4号車)・基本編成11両(1 - 11号車)の構成となっており、基本編成の4・5号車が2階建てグリーン車、それ以外が普通車である。普通車は4扉、Long seatIs basic, but only 3 cars (9, 10, 11 cars) near Chiba of the basic formationSemi-cross seat..In addition, about the background of the composition of such basic and auxiliary formationYokosuka Line # Train formationSee.
E235 series 1000 series(Kamakura Vehicle Center affiliation,2020å¹´12/21-)[Press 5]
The composition of 2 basic trains including 11 green cars + 4 auxiliary trains is the same as the E217 series, but in this format all seats of ordinary cars are long seats.[Press 9]..Also, as a green car of a regular trainPublic wireless LANAnd the installation of outlets in each seat was introduced for the first time.
Rapid train formation
(Tokyo station standard)
← Kurihama
Chiba →
Attached formationBasic organization
Add 1Add 2Add 3Add 4
1234567891011
  • The numbers represent the car number.
  • Cars 4 and 5 are green cars

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Other (limited express)

255 series(Belonging to Makuhari Depot Center)
  • It is operated by the limited express "Shiosai".
E257 series(Belonging to Makuhari Depot Center)
  • It is operated by the limited express "Shiosai".
E259 series(Belonging to Kamakura Vehicle Center)
  • It is operated by the limited express "Narita Express".

Vehicles used in the past

In this section, the former Ofuna train ward and the former Makuhari train ward (currently Makuhari train ward)Makuhari Vehicle Center), Vehicles that belonged to the same ward operated by Yokosuka Sobu Rapid Line are described as "Vehicles that were in operation", and others are described as "Other (limited express, etc.)".

Vehicles in operation

113 series(Ofuna train ward, Makuhari train ward)
  • 1980å¹´(Showa55) From the start of direct operation on October 10st1999å¹´(11)12/3Until. It consisted of 15 cars (some 11 cars), and the green car was connected to the basic trains No. 4 and 5.
  • Electric rollsignThe destination is displayed bySaboThe operation was abolished.

Others (limited express, etc.)

As a limited express train / home liner ("Shiosai", "Ayame", "Sazanami", "Wakashio", "Suigo", "Home Liner Tsudanuma", etc.)183 series / 189 series(July 1972, 7-March 15, 2009, but limited express operation until December 3, 13), but as the limited express "Narita Express"253 series(March 1991, 3-June 19, 2010), but the former belonged to the Makuhari Depot and the latter belonged to the Ofuna Train District.

Route overview and history

In this section, the general condition and history of the Yokosuka / Sobu Rapid Line from the start of direct operation after the separation of SM is described by dividing it into the "Sobu Rapid Line Section" and the "Yokosuka Line Section".In addition, the section notation order of this section follows the first notation of this operation system in "My Line Tokyo Timetable" published by Kotsu Shimbunsha and "JTB Timetable" published by JTB Publishing, Chiba Station --Tokyo Station --Ofuna Station --Kurihama The order of the stations.

Sobu Rapid Line Section

The route overview and history between Chiba Station and Tokyo Station are shown below by section. (Source for the entire section:[19][46][47][48][49])

Between Chiba Station and Tsudanuma Station

The location of Chiba Station at the time of opening was near Higashi-Chiba Station, northeast of the current location, and trains going from Tokyo to Boso were wired to switch back at Chiba Station.It was relocated to the current location on April 1963, 4, and the wiring was able to operate directly from the Tokyo area to the Sobu and Boso areas, but on the Nishi-Chiba station side of the Chiba station premises, the slow line platform, the Boso area platform, and the Narita line. A plane crossing of the track with the platform has occurred.Also, on July 28, 1972, the Sobu Main Line between Tsudanuma Station and Kinshicho Station was double-tracked, but the Chiba Station-Tsudanuma section remained double-tracked, so rapid trains and local trains should be concentrated in the same section. became.In addition, at Makuhari Station and Tsudanuma Station, there was a level crossing between the slow line, the rapid line, and the line that entered the Makuhari train ward, which became a bottleneck in transportation. On July 7, 15, the double-tracking between Chiba Station and Tsudanuma Station was completed, and these level crossings were resolved. On December 1981, 7, the grade separation between the Narita Line and Sobu Rapid Line at Chiba Station was completed. did.Furthermore, on February 6, 12, the Narita Line platform was added to Chiba Station.When you leave Chiba Station, the slow line is on the sea side and the fast line is on the mountain side, making it a double track for each track.Between Nishi-Chiba Station and Inage StationBlack sand signal fieldThere is.This signal box was closed on March 1975, 3 when the above-mentioned Chiba Station-Tsudanuma Station was double-tracked.Chiba Railway Car DistrictThe site is set up as a signal box, and it is a "double-track shunting type" signal box of the upper and lower main lines + middle line (siding line), and it is a relatively long premises (effective) because long trains and freight trains come and go. The length is about 300 m).This signal station is used not only for freight trains, but also for returning trains to and from Chiba Station.

After passing the Kurosago signal field, we entered Inage Station, which was promoted to a rapid stop station on October 1981, 10 from the timetable revision, and is the newest stop station on the Sobu Rapid Line.It is used as a Boso local because it is located between Chiba Station and Makuhari Depot Center.209 series 2000 series, 2100 seriesDeadhead trains pass frequently.When you leave Inage Station, the rapid line goes up and down from the vicinity of Makuhari Station, which is the only railroad crossing between Chiba Station and Tokyo Station.Hanatate railroad crossingThe Makuhari Vehicle Center is set up so that it is embraced by the upper and lower lines of the rapid line from there to the point about 2.5 km toward Tsudanuma Station Chiba via Makuharihongo Station on the slow line.The center was established as the Makuhari Depot on July 1972, 7, and started to be used at the same time as the double-tracking between Tsudanuma Station and Kinshicho Station on July 5.The total length of the premises is 15 km, the maximum width is 2.5 m, and the site area is about 120 m.2It is a large depot, and the entrance and exit wards to the center are from Tsudanuma Station and Makuhari Station. On October 2004, 10, the Makuhari Depot was renamed to its current name.The next station, Tsudanuma Station, is an island platform with 16 sides and 3 lines, and both the fast line and the slow line are 6 lines, and the middle escape line is installed on the upper and lower main lines.Before the double-tracking, it was a platform with two sides and three lines with a middle siding line, and freight facilities were installed, and the Tsudanuma train ward (currently, in the direction of Kinshicho station)Narashino Transportation ZoneThe passage line to) was branched.At the time of double-tracking, it became the current form, the Tsudanuma train ward was connected to the slow line, and the middle siding line of the rapid line was a single line, which was connected to the Makuhari Depot Center as a passage line to a point about 2.5 km in the direction of Chiba. There is.

Between Tsudanuma Station and Kinshicho Station

After passing Tsudanuma Station, this section is the first double-track section of the Sobu Main Line completed on July 1972, 7, and the next platform installation station on the Rapid Line is Funabashi Station, which is an island platform with two lines on one side. Has.After passing Funabashi Station, there are Nishi-Funabashi Station, Shimosa-Nakayama Station, and Motoyawata Station on the slow line, but all of the express lines pass through without a platform.The next station, Ichikawa Station, is a station that also has a platform on the rapid line, and a passing line is set up on the outside, and the rapid train will evacuate limited express trains at this station.Immediately after passing Ichikawa StationEdogawaCross the bridge and enter Tokyo.After passing Koiwa Station, the Shin-Koiwa signal box (formerly Shin-Koiwa marshalling yard) appears on the mountain side, and the down line of the express line crosses the railroad track that branches to the signal box there.A freight line, commonly known as the "Shinkin Line," from Kanamachi Station on the Joban Line is connected to the north side of the signal box.This freight line is treated as a separate line from the Sobu Main Line.The next Shin-Koiwa station is a rapid stop station with an island platform on one side and two lines similar to Funabashi station, on the north side of the premises.Etchujima Freight StationThere is a single-track freight line heading in the direction.

After passing Shin-Koiwa Station, there are 5 lines including the above-mentioned freight line, but this is a part of the double-track construction of the freight line heading for both Onagigawa and Echinakajima freight stations that branched off at Kameido station. , Shin-Koiwa Station-Kameido Station is a single-track line added to the current line.In addition, a Nokoshi Bridge is set up in the Chiba area of ​​Kameido Station to cross over the main line.The next station, Kinshicho Station, is a branch station for the slow line and the rapid line, and is also a stop for limited express trains other than the "Narita Express" in addition to the rapid train.Previously, Kinshicho Station had a passenger platform with two lines on one side, and a freight station and a freight car ward were located on the north side.Freight stations will hinder the construction of multiple lines, so along with Ryogoku Station and Kamedo Station, the cargo handling of these three stations will be improved and strengthened at both Onagigawa and Echinakajima freight stations. did.In addition, the facility was relocated to Sakura Station because the passenger freight car ward also interfered with track construction.After the double-tracking, the station has island platforms on each of the rapid and slow lines, and has two sides and four lines.Six elevated electric trains will be installed on the north side of the station, and vehicles used for rapid trains will be detained.

Between Kinshicho Station and Tokyo Station

When you leave Kinshicho Station, there is a crossover line that connects the slow line and the fast line, and trains heading for Shinjuku and trains from the same direction use this crossover line to change lines.Immediately ahead of the crossover line, the line from Kinshicho Station Dento Line is connected, and there is also a crossover line from the related down line to the up line.After passing there, there is a similar crossover line, but this is a crossover line for changing from Ryogoku Station Line 3 platform to the down line, and the line to that platform branches in front of Ryogoku Station.From there to the mountain sideTokyo Metropolitan Edo-Tokyo MuseumとRyogoku KokugikanIf you go down the slope while watching, you will enter an underground tunnel called Sobu Tunnel (Tokyo tunnel between Tokyo Station and Shinagawa Station), which became the first tunnel in the city of the National Railways.The next station, Bakurocho Station, is the deepest passenger station on the JR line (-30.58 m above sea level).[Note 50]), Along with the next Shin-Nihombashi station, it was opened on July 1972, 7.The next Tokyo station will be built in the basement of the Marunouchi station square at Tokyo station. This underground station has a platform with 15 sides and 5 lines on the 2th basement floor, and the railroad tracks are connected to the Yokosuka line south of the station.The starting station of the Sobu Main Line was changed to Tokyo Station on the day the underground tunnel opened.

Yokosuka Line section

The outline and history of the route between Tokyo Station and Kurihama Station are shown below by section. (Source of this section:[52][53][54][55][56][57])

Between Tokyo Station and Shinagawa Station

The Yokosuka Line departs from the underground platform of Tokyo Station, but this platform was opened on July 1972, 7 at the same time as the line increase between Tokyo-Ryogoku Station and the multiple lines between Ryogoku Station-Tsudanuma Station were completed. The line is connected to the Sobu Rapid Line north of the station.All sections of the underground line except near Shinagawa station were opened to Shinagawa station on October 15, 1976 as an increase in the Tokaido main line, and the Sobu Rapid Line was running to that station. The Yokosuka Line started direct operation on October 10, 1, following the separation of the Tokaido Main Line and the track.[3]..The underground line of the Tokyo tunnel is the Tokaido main line on the ground.Keihin Tohoku Line-Yamanote LineHeading south along the line, there is Shimbashi station in the tunnel on the way.With the Tokaido LineTokaido ShinkansenIf you go out to the ground in the form of being sandwiched between, you will find Shinagawa Station.The guide on the platform is the "Yokosuka Line", but it is officially the Tokaido Main Line.

Between Shinagawa Station and Yokohama Station

When you leave Shinagawa StationKeikyu Main LineIf you take the course to the southwest across the Tokaido Line and Keihin Tohoku Line while passing through the Tokaido Shinkansen, you will pass through the Shin-Tsurumi Yard (currently Shin-Tsurumi Signal Station), which is far from the conventional passenger line.Shinazuru Lineto go into. When the Yokosuka Line and the Tokaido Main Line were separated on October 1980, 10,Tokaido Main Line Cargo Branch LineWas diverted to the passenger line, and the Yokosuka line was routed via the same route.Shinagawa Station-Old between Nishi-Oi StationMeguro River Signal FieldThen.Yamate freight lineBranches off and moves away to the right along with the Yamanote Line.Then Shonan Shinjuku Line andSotetsu/JR direct lineYamanote LineOsaki branch lineWhen,Tokyo Rinkai High Speed ​​Rail Rinkai LineAt the old Jakubo signal field, it joins the Osaki branch line.Both the former Megurogawa signal field and the Jakubo signal field are nowOsaki StationAlthough it is treated on the premises, it is treated as not passing through the station in fare calculation.On the contrary, the Shonan-Shinjuku line calculates the fare from Osaki to Nishi-oi via Shinagawa.Also near the confluenceTokyu Oimachi LineGo through.From here, run directly under the Tokaido Shinkansen and soon reach Nishi-oi Station.The station was established on April 1986, 4.[3]Then, on December 2001, 12 after privatization, the Shonan-Shinjuku line came to pass, and this station is the first stop on this route (only for trains that are directly connected to the Utsunomiya line and Yokosuka line).

Proceed through the residential areaNational Route 1(Daini Keihin), The Tokaido Shinkansen will move to the right side of the Yokosuka Line, and will proceed in parallel with excavation and overpass.Tokyu Ikegami LineGo throughTokyu Tamagawa LineWhen straddlingTamagawa BridgeWith the Tokaido ShinkansenTamagawaBeyondTokyoからKanagawaEnter and reach Musashi-Kosugi Station.The station opened on March 2010, 3Nambu LineThe limited express "Narita Express" was installed at the intersection with and added the station as a stop.[58]..Further close to the stationTokyu Toyoko Line-Tokyu Meguro LineAlso connect.After passing the station, it broke up with the Tokaido Shinkansen and changed course in the south-southeast direction in parallel with the Nambu line about 500 m away.Soon the freight line (Sotetsu / JR direct line) will branch to the right and will be on that freight line.Musashino Line(Musashino Minami Line / Freight Line) merge.From here to Tsurumi Station, it is an overlapping section of the Hinkaku Line and the Musashino Line, and it is also a double-track section.Good morning liner Shinjuku / Home liner Odawara and Shonan linerIn addition to passing through this freight line route, the Sotetsu-JR direct line, which opened on November 2019, 11, will also pass through this route.There is Shin-Kawasaki Station on the Yokosuka Line, and the Shin-Tsurumi Signal Station (Shin-Tsurumi Yard) spreads out on the freight line on the right.The station was also adjacent to the Shin-Tsurumi Yard on the route on October 30, 1980.Passenger stationInstalled as.Cross the Nambu Line freight branch line (Shitte short-circuit line) that branches off from the signal box, and for a while continue on the double track of Yokosuka Line and freight line, and soon after passing National Route 1, cross the freight line.

Here, return to the main line section of the Tokaido main line, which is the first time since Shinagawa station, and enter the parallel (triple track) section with the Tokaido line and Keihin Tohoku line.From here to Ofuna Station, you can often see the Yokosuka Line / Shonan-Shinjuku Line train and the Tokaido Line / Ueno Tokyo Line train running side by side.Tsurumi RiverAfter crossing, you will pass Tsurumi Station on the Keihin Tohoku Line while looking to the left.The freight line is hereTokyo Freight Terminal StationIt merges with the Tokaido Freight Line from, and at the same station it branches into the direction of Higashi Takasima and the direction of Yokohama Hazawa.From the same stationShinkoyasu Station-Higashi-Kanagawa StationGo through the residential area and pass National Route 1 (Daini-Keihin) to reach Yokohama Station.Between Tsurumi Station and Totsuka Station, the Yokosuka Line is on the inland side, and the Tokaido Main Line passenger line is on the sea side.Double track by trackWas built in.From the direction of Shin-Kawasaki, 3 stations (and) of Tsurumi, Shinkoyasu, and Higashi-KanagawaTsurumi Line-Yokohama LineFares to (direction) are calculated by connecting Tsurumi Station and Higashi-Kanagawa Station.Even if you take the train from Shin-Kawasaki to Yokohama Station and then take the Keihin Tohoku Line bound for Omiya and the Yokohama Line bound for Hachioji, it will not be a duplicate ride (Outside the sectionSpecial case).

Between Yokohama Station and Ofuna Station

Local trains stop from Yokohama Station to Kurihama Station, the final stop.In this section, this operation system and Shonan-Shinjuku Line Utsunomiya Line-Yokosuka Line system stop at each station, Tokaido Line and Shonan-Shinjuku Line Takasaki Line-Tokaido Line system stops only at Totsuka Station on the way.

Yokohama Station is on the ground JR lines, Keikyu Main Line,Sotetsu Main Line, Underground Tokyu Toyoko LineMinatomirai Line-Yokohama Municipal Subway Blue LineA total of 6 company stations, which is the largest number in Japan, will enter.Since it is parallel to the Tokaido Line, the station building was constructed at some stations, and at Yokohama Station, the width of the platform was increased by relocating the station building and the station on the Tokyu Toyoko Line.Connected to the Keikyu Main Line and Keihin Tohoku LineNegishi LineIs a company that curves to the left at Yokohama Station and runs alongside the Sotetsu Main Line on the right.Nishi-Yokohama StationParallel to the vicinity.When the line leaves, it runs in a residential area on a double track with the Tokaido line.National highway No. 1 on the left sideTokaido) Are parallel,Hodogaya StationTo.At the same station, the platform of the Tokaido Main Line, which had previously stopped only the Yokosuka Line train, was abolished and the Yokosuka Line platform was installed on the old freight line.After passing Hodogaya Station, turn right.from hereTama HillsとMiura HillsProceed through the valley betweenHodogaya BypassAfter passing through, you will enter the Shin-Shimizu Tanito Tunnel, a little away from the Tokaido Line.When I left the tunnel, it appeared from the right sideTokaido Freight LineIn parallel, when the Tokaido Line, which was far away, approaches and becomes a triple track, only the Yokosuka Line train stops.Higashi-Totsuka StationTo.The station was newly established on October 1980, 10 by the Japanese National Railways in response to a long-standing request from the local community.

After passing Higashi-Totsuka Station, the tunnel goes through the factories while drawing a gentle S-shaped curve, and the down line crosses the Tokaido Main Line passenger line on the north side of Totsuka Station and the Yokosuka Line goes to the sea side.Quadruple track by directionWhen it comes to, the subway blue line connectsTotsuka StationTo.At the same station, the Yokosuka Line / Tokaido Line up platform will be set up on the old freight line, and the former Tokaido Line / Yokosuka Line up and down platforms will be the Tokaido Line / Yokosuka Line down platforms, and the Tokaido Main Line train and Yokosuka Line train will meet at the same platform. Made it possible to transfer[59]..After passing Totsuka StationKashio RiverIf you go south along the line, you will see a double-track line for each direction until the Yokosuka line up line crosses over on the north side of Ofuna station. The up line crosses the Tokaido line, and when the Negishi line appears from the left side, you will reach Ofuna station.At Ofuna station, it will be a platform for each line again.At Ofuna Station, the Tokaido Line up platform was set up on the old freight line, and the Tokaido Line up platform became the Tokaido Line down platform.In addition, the conventional Tokaido Line down train departed from either the Yokosuka Line up platform (secondary main line) or the down platform (main line), but due to the relocation of the Tokaido Line down line, only the Yokosuka line will depart and arrive at the down platform. became.Even now, the Yokosuka Line platform is connected to the Tokaido Line in the direction of Fujisawa.[60]..In addition, the station is with Yokohama CityKamakura cityThe site straddles the area, which is a junction with the Tokaido Main Line and Negishi Line.Shonan Monorail Enoshima LineAlso arrives and departs.

Between Ofuna Station and Kurihama Station

For more information on the current situationYokosuka Line #Overview along the lineSee.

When you leave Ofuna Station, the connecting lines from the Negishi Line merge,Kamakura Vehicle CenterThe drop line to is separated.After passing through the Shonan Monorail, JR East was abolished in 2006 (Heisei 18).Vehicle factoryKamakura General Rolling Stock Center (Ofuna factory) The entrance and exit lines were separated. Yokosuka Station on the Negishi Line on April 1973, 4 --Before the extension between Ofuna Station, Ofuna Station had 9 passenger platforms and 3 lines (currently 6 lines and 5 lines including the Negishi Line platform), and the Tokaido Main Line. It was arranged according to the direction of the Yokosuka line, and the freight line was two main lines and two shunting lines, and freight facilities were installed.The service line to the depot mentioned above is divided in the direction of Fujisawa, and the Yokosuka line up line crosses over the Tokaido main line down line and the service line in the vicinity.This grade separation still remains, but before, the route to the Tokaido Freight Line diverged from the vicinity of the entrance / exit line to the former Ofuna Factory, and this route intersected the Tokaido Main Line up line in a plane, so for transportation It was the neck point of.Moreover, since this level crossing intersected at an obtuse angle, the impact of the train passing here was also great.This level crossing was abolished when the grade separation connecting the Negishi line and the Tokaido freight line was installed in the direction of Ofuna station Tokyo due to the extension of the Negishi line mentioned above.As a result, the route of the freight train on the Tokaido Freight Line vs. Yokosuka Line will pass through the new grade separation and once on the Negishi Line.Hongodai StationIt became a complicated route to enter, switch back there and head from the Negishi line to the Yokosuka line.[59]..After passing Kita-Kamakura Station, nextTsuruoka Hachimangu ShrineAt the nearest station, Kamakura StationEnoshima Electric Railway LineIs also connected.

The next Zushi station is one of the operating bases of the Yokosuka line.In the case of a 15-car train, the Yokosuka Line train operates by combining 11 basic trains and 4 auxiliary trains, and here it is split and merged into 11 basic trains and 4 auxiliary trains.11-car train or 4-car train to Kurihama Station[Note 51]Will be.Therefore, Zushi Station has an electric train line.This electric train is located on the south side of the station on the south side of Kurihama, completed on March 1951, 3, and the premises were improved due to the station improvement work on December 26, 1968.[Note 52]Was done.At the time of the station improvement work, the platform was the same on two sides and three lines, but the conventional down main line, line 2, became the middle line, and line 3 became the down main line.Also, from the same station along the Keikyu Main LineGeneral vehicle manufacturing plant(OldTokyu vehicle manufacturing) For vehicle transportationLeased lineBranches from the station and further southwest about 1 km from the stationZushi coastThere is.After passing Zushi Station, it continues to Higashi Zushi Station, and there are continuous tunnels between this station and the next Taura Station due to the terrain where the mountains approach the coast.Taura Station, which is located between the tunnels, was once closed on February 1984, 2, due to the closure of the freight business between Zushi Station and Yokosuka Station, but the freight business at that station was also closed, but the freight business was privatized on April 1, 1987. As a result, Japan Freight Railway became a second-class railway operator between Ofuna Station and Taura Station, and the freight business between Zushi Station and Taura Station resumed, and then on May 4, 1, JR Freight between Zushi Station and Taura Station. It was a freight handling station until the abolition of the Type 2006 railway business.After passing Taura Station, pass along the Maritime Self-Defense Force baseYokosuka StationTo.Yokosuka Station has two lines on one side, but one line on the sea side is a dead end, and trains departing from and arriving at Yokosuka stop here.The cargo facilities at Zushi Station and Yokosuka Station were abolished on February 1, 2, respectively.From here to Kurihama Station, the final stopSingle lineIt is a section.After passing Yokosuka Station, change course to the south, and reach Kinugasa Station by the Yokosuka Tunnel, which has a maximum length of 2,089 m on the Yokosuka Line.Kurihama StationTo.At the station, the passenger platform has two lines on one side, but the premises have an electric train line (Kurihama station electric train line) adjacent to the platform.In addition, there was a freight facility until September 1, 2, and until 1974 there was a Kurihama engine branch of the Kokufutsu engine district.After that, the JR East Yokohama General Training Center was opened in 9 on the site of the former engine branch.A service line extends south from the platform of Kurihama Station, and when an 30-car train enters, the railroad crossing along the way remains blocked.

データ

This section describes the data and stations of the Yokosuka / Sobu Rapid Line as the operation system.

Route data

The section notation order for this section is Chiba Station-Tokyo Station-Ofuna Station-Kurihama Station.

  • Route distance (Operating kilo): Total length 112.5 km
    • Between Chiba Station and Tokyo Station (Sobu Main Line): 39.2 km
    • Between Tokyo Station and Ofuna Station (Tokaido Main Line (Tokaido Main Line)Shinazuru LineVia)): 49.4 km
    • Between Ofuna Station and Kurihama Station (Yokosuka Line): 23.9 km
  • Jurisdiction (business type): East Japan Railway Company (First-class railway operator)
  • Gauge:1,067 mm
  • Number of stations: 28 (only stations with a platform)
  • Number of signal fields: 2
  • Double track section: Between Chiba Station and Yokosuka Station (104.5 km)
  • Electrified section: All lines (DC1,500 V)
  • Closure method: Automatic closure type
  • Security device:ATS-P
  • Top speed
    • Between Chiba Station and Kinshicho Station: 130 km / h (honor train), 120 km / h (regular train)
    • Between Kinshicho Station and Shinagawa Station: 100 km / h
    • Between Shinagawa Station and Ofuna Station: 120 km / h
    • Between Ofuna Station and Yokosuka Station: 95 km / h
    • Between Yokosuka Station and Kurihama Station: 65 km / h
  • Operation command center: Tokyo General Command Office
    • Semi-operation handling stations (stations control signals when abnormal or replacement): Chiba Station, Makuhari Station, Tsudanuma Station, Shinkoiwa Signal Station, Tokyo Station, Shinagawa Station, Yokohama Station, Hodogaya Station, Ofuna Station, Kamakura Station, Zushi Station / Kurihama Station
  • Train operation management system : Tokyo metropolitan area transportation management system (ATOS)[61]
  • Depot : Kamakura Vehicle Center(Ofuna Station)

Between Chiba Station and Kinshicho StationChiba branch, Bakurocho Station-between Nishi-Oi StationTokyo branch office, Musashi-Kosugi Station-Kurihama StationYokohama BranchBetween Kinshicho Station and Bakurocho Station[Note 53]And Nishi-oi Station-between Musashi-Kosugi Station[Note 54]ToBranch boundaryThere is.

Usage situation

Both lines had very high congestion rates until the 1980s, with congestion rates in the busiest sections exceeding 250%. From 1994 to 1999113 seriesからE217 seriesThe transportation capacity was increased by the replacement with, and the congestion rate of both lines fell below 1998% in 200.The congestion rate of the Sobu Rapid Line has been flat at around 1998% since 180.

On the Yokosuka Line, the Shonan-Shinjuku Line opened in 2001 and the congestion rate decreased, and it remained in the 2009% range until 180.However, when Musashi-Kosugi Station opened on March 2010, 3, the number of transport personnel increased sharply, and the congestion rate exceeded 13% after 2010.Since then, it has been on a slight increase, and as of 190, it is the route with the highest congestion rate among all JR routes.

The recent transportation results are shown in the table below.In the table, the highest value is shown in red, the lowest value after the year when the highest value was recorded is shown in blue, and the lowest value before the year when the highest value was recorded is shown in green.

年度Busiest section transportation record[63][64][65]Notices
Musashi Kosugi → NishioiShin-Koiwa → Kinshicho
Number of driving: bookTransport capacity: peopleTransport volume: peopleCongestion rate:%Number of driving: bookTransport capacity: peopleTransport volume: peopleCongestion rate:%
1960 year (Showa 35 year)66,60018,980288 The busiest section of the Yokosuka Line is between Hodogaya and Yokohama.
1965 year (Showa 40 year)99,90030,350307
1970 year (Showa 45 year)811,44032,630285
1975 year (Showa 50 year)811,44033,4002921214,52040,600280
1979 year (Showa 54 year)811,44035,6003111317,27047,040272
1980 year (Showa 55 year)1115,73033,6102141420,02048,710243Direct operation of Yokosuka Line and Sobu Rapid Line started on October 1980, 10.
1985 year (Showa 60 year)1115,73038,2402431521,45057,240267
1986 year (Showa 61 year)1115,73039,3502501622,88059,910262
1987 year (Showa 62 year)1115,73039,8002531622,88060,800266
1988 year (Showa 63 year)1115,73039,8002531724,31062,000255
1989 (first year of Heisei)1115,73037,6002391724,31061,500253Changed the busiest section of the Yokosuka Line between Yokohama and Shin-Kawasaki
1990 (Heisei02 years)1116,21038,4702371724,79060,900246
1991 (Heisei03 years)1117,43038,7002211726,84063,490237
1992 (Heisei04 years)1117,43040,0302281726,84064,020239
1993 (Heisei05 years)1117,56040,6502311726,84062,550233
1994 (Heisei06 years)1117,56040,4602301726,84062,640233E217 series train launch started
1995 (Heisei07 years)1118,1602241828,60063,700223Changed the busiest section of the Yokosuka Line between Shin-Kawasaki and Shinagawa
1996 (Heisei08 years)1118,16039,5902181829,28064,200219
1997 (Heisei09 years)1119,56039,6002021831,68063,900202
1998 year (Heisei 10 year)1120,46039,5501931934,74063,490183
1999 year (Heisei 11 year)1120,46039,4801931935,34063,370179E217 series train launch completed
2000 year (Heisei 12 year)1120,50438,9981901935,41663,000178
2001 year (Heisei 13 year)1120,5041911935,41662,900178Shonan-Shinjuku line started operation on December 2001, 12
2002 year (Heisei 14 year)1120,50438,7501891935,41663,020178
2003 year (Heisei 15 year)1851935,41662,930178
2004 year (Heisei 16 year)1801935,41662,791177
2005 year (Heisei 17 year)916,77630,3001811935,41663,360179
2006 year (Heisei 18 year)916,7761841935,41663,660180
2007 year (Heisei 19 year)916,7761821935,41663,670180
2008 year (Heisei 20 year)916,77630,7001831935,41664,030181
2009 year (Heisei 21 year)916,77630,3001811935,41663,450180The Yokosuka Line Musashi-Kosugi Station opens on March 2010, 3.
2010 year (Heisei 22 year)1018,64036,0501931935,41663,261179
2011 year (Heisei 23 year)1018,64036,4001951935,41662,675177
2012 year (Heisei 24 year)1018,64035,9501931935,41662,960178Changed the busiest section of the Yokosuka Line between Musashi Kosugi and Nishi-oi
2013 year (Heisei 25 year)1018,64036,0001931935,41663,130178
2014 year (Heisei 26 year)1018,64035,8601921935,41663,120178
2015 year (Heisei 27 year)1018,64036,0101931935,41663,920180
2016 year (Heisei 28 year)1018,64035,5501911935,41664,250181
2017 year (Heisei 29 year)1018,64036,5901961935,41663,990181
2018 year (Heisei 30 year)1018,64036,7901971935,41664,150181
2019 (first year of Reiwa)1120,50440,0601951935,41664,100181

Station list

The following is a list of stops (stations / signal boxes), stop types, connecting routes, etc. on the Yokosuka / Sobu Rapid Line.The notation order of the table in this section is the station numbering numbering order, and the section notation order is 2. in the opening sentence.

  • Specific city areaStations covered by the system: 浜= Yokohama city,(I.e.=Tokyo Yamanote Line,Area= Within Tokyo
  • Business km: Between Tsurumi Station and Shinagawa StationRoute specific sectionIf passengers board this section across this section, the Tokaido Line and Keihin Tohoku Line are 2.9 km shorter than via Shin-Kawasaki Station, Musashi-Kosugi Station, and Nishi-Oi Station.Kawasaki Station-Oimachi StationCalculate the fare based on the operating kilometers via.
  • Stop station
  • Connecting lines: The line names of East Japan Railway Company and Tokyu Corporation are the names on the operating system (different from the official line names).If the station name is different, enter the station name with the ⇒ mark.
  • Kurihama Station-Yokosuka Station is a single track section.Trains can be exchanged at Kurihama Station and Kinugasa Station, and trains departing from and arriving at Kurihama at Yokosuka StationTrain exchangeImproper
  • On the signal equipment, between Nishi-oi Station and Shinagawa StationOsaki Station(Old Jakubo signal fieldandFormer Meguro River signal field), Bakurocho Station-between Kinshicho StationRyogoku StationAlthough it goes through, it is treated as not going through both stations in the fare calculation.
  • JB Kinshicho Station-Chiba Station, which overlaps with the Sobu Line (stops at each station), has multiple tracks.
  • Between Musashi-Kosugi Station and Nishi-Oi StationOta-ku, Bakurocho Station-between Kinshicho StationTaitoHowever, there is no station.
Official route nameTrackStation numberstation nameBetween stations
Operating kilo
Cumulative
Operating kilo
Rapid commuteConnection route/remarksLocation
Yokosuka LineOJ 01Kurihama Station-Tokyo
から
Shinazuru Line
via

73.3
Big ship
から

23.9
 Keikyu Corporation : KK Kurihama Line ⇒Keikyu Kurihama Station (KK67)KanagawaYokosuka
OJ 02Kinugasa Station4.668.719.3  
OJ 03Yokosuka Station3.465.315.9 Keikyu Electric Railway:KK Main line ⇒Hemi Station (KK57) ・Shioiri Station (KK58)
OJ 04Taura Station2.163.213.8  
OJ 05Higashi-Zushi Station3.459.810.4  Zushi
OJ 06Zushi Station2.057.88.4 Keikyu Electric Railway:KK Zushi line ⇒Zushi/Hayama Station (KK53)
OJ 07Kamakura Station3.953.94.5 Enoshima Electric Railway : EN Enoshima Electric Railway Line (EN15)Kamakura city
OJ 08Kita-Kamakura Station2.251.72.3  
OJ 09Ofuna Station2.349.40.0 East Japan Railway : JT Tokaido Line (JT 07) ・JK Negishi Line (JK 01)
Shonan Monorail : ■ Enoshima Line (SMR1)
Tokaido Main LineYokosuka Line trackTokyo
から
(I.e.
via

46.5
OJ 10浜 Totsuka Station5.643.840.9 East Japan Railway:JT Tokaido Line (JT 06)
Yokohama Municipal Subway : B Blue line(Line 1) (B06)
横 浜 市Totsuka ku
OJ 11浜 Higashi-Totsuka Station4.239.636.7  
OJ 12浜 Hodogaya Station4.934.731.8  Hodogaya Ward
OJ 13浜 Yokohama Station3.031.728.8 East Japan Railway:JT Tokaido Line (JT 05))[*1]-JK Keihin Tohoku Line (JK 12)[*1]-JK Negishi Line (JK 12) ・JH Yokohama Line (JK 12)[*1]
Tokyu Corporation : TY Toyoko Line (TY21)
Yokohama High Speed ​​Rail : Number prefix Minatomirai.svg Minatomirai Line (MM01)
Keikyu Electric Railway:KK Main line (KK37)
Sagami Railway : SO Main line (SO01)
Yokohama Municipal Subway:B Blue Line (Line 3) (B20)
Nishi-ward
(Tsurumi Station)7.124.621.7 (The Yokosuka Line train does not stop and there is no platform, but it is treated as a branch point of the line)Tsurumi ku
Shinazuru Line
OJ 14Shin-Kawasaki Station5.119.5   Kawasaki CityKoku-ku
OJ 15Musashikosugi Station2.716.8  East Japan Railway:JN Nambu Line (JN 07) ・JS Shonan Shinjuku Line(JS 15) ・SO Sotetsu line direct(Sotetsu/JR direct line) (JS 15)[*2]
Tokyu Electric Railway:TY Toyoko Line (TY11)MG Meguro Line (MG11)
Nakahara
OJ 16Area Nishioi Station6.410.4  East Japan Railway:JS Shonan Shinjuku Line (JS 16) ・JA Saikyo LineDirect (Sotetsu / JR direct line) (JS 16)[*3]TokyoShinagawa
OJ 17(I.e.Area Shinagawa Station3.66.8  East Japan Railway:JT Tokaido Line (JT 03)JY Yamanote Line (JY 25) ・JK Keihin Tohoku Line (JK 20)
Tokai passenger railway : ■ Tokaido/Sanyo Shinkansen
Keikyu Electric Railway:KK Main line (KK01)
Minato-ku
Underground line (Tokyo tunnel)
OJ 18(I.e.Area Shimbashi Station4.91.9  East Japan Railway:JT Tokaido Line (JT 02)JY Yamanote Line (JY 29)JK Keihin Tohoku Line (JK 24)
Tokyo subway : G Ginza Line (G-08)
Toei Subway : A Asakusa Line (A-10)
Yurikamome : U Tokyo Seaside New Transportation Seaside Line (U-01)
OJ 19(I.e.Area Tokyo Station1.90.0 â—East Japan Railway:■ Tohoku Shinkansen-Yamagata Shinkansen-Akita Shinkansen-Hokkaido Shinkansen-Joetsu Shinkansen-Hokuriku Shinkansen-JT Tokaido Line (JT 01)JC center lane (JC 01) ・JY Yamanote Line (JY 01)JK Keihin Tohoku Line (JK 26)■ Ueno Tokyo Line(JU Utsunomiya Line(Tohoku Line)・Takasaki Line-JJ Joban LineDirect) (JU 01) ・JE Keiyo Line (JE 01)
Tokai Passenger Railway:■ Tokaido/Sanyo Shinkansen
Tokyo subway:M Marunouchi Line (M-17)
Tokyo subway:T 東西 線 ⇒Otemachi Station (T-09)
Tokyo subway:C Chiyoda Line ⇒Double bridge front <Marunouchi> station (C-10)
Toei Subway:I Mita Line ⇒ Otemachi Station (I-09)
Chiyoda Ward
Sobu Main LineUnderground line (Sobu tunnel)
OJ 20Area Shinnihonbashi Station1.21.2 â—Tokyo subway:G Ginza LineZ Hanzomon Line ⇒Mitsukoshimae Station (G-12 / Z-09)Chuo-ku
OJ 21Area Bakurocho Station1.12.3 â—Toei Subway:A Asakusa Line ⇒Higashi Nihombashi Station (A-15)
Toei Subway:S Shinjuku Line ⇒Bakuro Yokoyama Station (S-09)
OJ 22Area Kinshicho Station2.54.8 â—East Japan Railway:JB Sobu Line (stop at each station)〈AkihabaraDirection> (JB 22)
Tokyo subway:Z Hanzomon Line (Z-13)
Sumida-ku
Rapid line
OJ 23Area Shinkoiwa Station5.210.0 |East Japan Railway:JB Sobu Line (stops at each station) (JB 25)Katsushika
 Shinkoiwa Signal Station-10.5 |East Japan Railway:Sobu Main LineFreight branch line (Etchujima branch line-Shinkin Freight Line)
 (Koiwa Station)-12.8 |(The starting point of the above freight branch line. Passenger platforms are only slow lines)Edogawa-ku
OJ 24Ichikawa Station5.415.4 |East Japan Railway:JB Sobu Line (stops at each station) (JB 27)ChibaIchikawa City
OJ 25Funabashi Station7.823.2 â—East Japan Railway:JB Sobu Line (stops at each station) (JB 31)
Tobu Railway : TD Noda Line (Tobu Urban Park Line)(TD-35)
Keisei Electric Railway : KS Main line ⇒Keisei Funabashi Station (KS22)
Funabashi
OJ 26Tsudanuma Station3.526.7 |East Japan Railway:JB Sobu Line (stops at each station) (JB 33)
Shin-Keisei Electric Railway : SL Shin-Keisei Line ⇒Shin-Tsudanuma Station (SL23)
Narashino-shi
OJ 27Inage Station9.235.9 |East Japan Railway:JB Sobu Line (stops at each station) (JB 37)ChibaInage District
 Black sand signal field-36.9 | 
OJ 28Chiba Station3.339.2 â—East Japan Railway:JB Sobu Line (stops at each station) (JB 39) ・JO ■ Sobu Main Line<For Choshi> ・JO ■ Narita Line-■ Sotobo Line-■ Uchibo Line
Chiba City Monorail : CM 1-CM 2 (CM03)
Keisei Electric Railway:KS Chiba Line ⇒Keisei Chiba Station (KS59)
Chuo-ku
Direct driving sectionJO ■ Sobu Main Line Naruto StationUntil
Sobu Main Line Sakura Stationvia JO ■ Narita Line Narita Airport StationUntil
Narita Line Katori Stationvia ■ Kashima Line Kashima Jingu StationUntil
■ Sotobo Line Kazusa Ichinomiya StationUntil
Sotobo Line Soga Stationvia ■ Uchibo Line Kimitsu StationUntil
  1. ^ a b c Shin-Kawasaki-Yokohama-Higashi-Kanagawa-Shinkoyasu-Tsurumi has a special exception for out-of-section rides, and Tsurumi-Yokohama is allowed to ride twice.
  2. ^ Yokohama-Tsurumi-Shin-Kawasaki-Musashi Kosugi-Hazawa Yokohama-Kokudai has special exceptions for out-of-section rides, and Tsurumi-Yokohama-Shin-Kawasaki-Musashi Kosugi are allowed to ride twice.
  3. ^ Shinagawa-Nishioi-Osaki does not have a special case for boarding outside the section, so you cannot transfer from Shinagawa to Shinjuku with a regular ticket (Shinagawa-Nishioi will be a duplicate ride).

As of 2019, all the above stations are the total number of passengers by JR East.[66]Is the target of.

episode

This section describes episodes such as the origin of SM separation that was called when both lines operated directly.

Origin of the name of SM separation

SM-separated "S" and "M" are ordinary trains in the direction of Atami on the Yokosuka Line and Tokaido Line, respectively.Shonan train) Is shown.Trains on the Japanese National RailwaysTrain numberIs often expressed as "XXXX M" by adding M (Motor's M) to numbers up to 4 digits, but in this line section both the Tokaido Main Line and the Yokosuka Line may be operated, so about the Yokosuka Line train Was distinguished by adding S, which means Yokosuka Line (commonly known as Ska Line), instead of M.Currently, of the Tokaido Line trains east of Atami, it goes directly to the north of Tokyo.Ueno Tokyo LineThe train operated as "XXXXE" goes directly to ShinjukuShonan Shinjuku LineThe number of trains operated as "XXXXY" is "XXXXY", and the number of "XXXXM" trains has decreased sharply compared to before.[67][Note 55].

After direct operation

(Source of this section:[5])

  • Immediately after the start of direct operation, the Yokosuka Line train, which was changed to via the Hinkaku Line, passed through the "back side" of Musashi-Kosugi Station and ran alongside the Tokyu Toyoko Line at the Tama River Railway Bridge, so passengers who could not get on the train asked "Where is this train going?" There is an episode that it made a noise.
  • The destination of the uphill Yokosuka line was from Tokyo station to Tsudanuma station, Chiba station, Narita station, Kisarazu station, Kimitsu station, Kazusa-Ichinomiya station, Ohara station, so "I can't get used to it because I'm taken to the countryside." Was also heard.
  • From the start of direct operation, the section between Datum's Zushi Station and Kurihama Station was a turn-back operation of four auxiliary trains, so it was said that "in the daytime, it became the Zushi Line instead of the Yokosuka Line."
  • About half a year later, in the traffic newspaper dated March 1981, 3, there is an article that reports the situation of both lines as follows.
    • "The boarding rate between Ofuna and Yokohama for 7 hour from 30:1 in the morning has changed from 291% before the revision to 256% after the revision on the Tokaido Line and from 311% before the revision to 213% after the revision on the Yokosuka Line."
    • "The reason why the congestion rate on the Tokaido Main Line has not been resolved so much is that the Yokosuka Line takes an extra 5 minutes, and it takes another 5 minutes or more from the underground platform to the Yaesu exit at Tokyo Station."
    • "The merit of separate driving seems to be small, but at Totsuka and Yokohama stations, commuters did not feel sad and were able to relax."

Transport obstacle

2009å¹´5/7The vehicle breakdown that occurred in Japan caused a large-scale operation trouble.Around 6:50 am on that day, a vehicle failure occurred on the train from Kurihama to Tsudanuma (directly connected to the Sobu Rapid Line) running between Yokohama Station and Shin-Kawasaki Station, where the emergency brake circuit was broken and the brakes remained applied. I got stuck near Tsurumi station[Press 10]..In addition to this train, passengers were trapped in three trains that stopped between stations for two and a half hours, and the response was delayed.[Newspaper 5]..Due to this trouble, a total of 110 trains were suspended, including temporary suspension of operation on all Yokosuka Lines and some sections such as the Keihin Tohoku Line.[Newspaper 6].

2015å¹´12/6Before dawn, the equipment that pumps up groundwater broke down between Shimbashi Station and Tokyo Station in the Tokyo Tunnel, causing the railroad tracks to break down.Flooding official[Newspaper 7]..Caused by mud clogging the equipment that pumps groundwater[Newspaper 8][Newspaper 9]..Due to this effect, the Yokosuka Line suspended operation on the up and down lines between Shinagawa Station and Tokyo Station for more than 17 hours from the first train to around 30:12, and stopped direct operation with the Sobu Rapid Line.[Newspaper 8][Newspaper 9][68].

Other

2007å¹´At the Funabashi City Council in (19), the city's planning manager replied that Chiba Prefecture and municipalities along the line requested a stop at Nishi-Funabashi Station on the Sobu Rapid Line.[69].

footnote

Illustrative

  1. ^ Example of 1.
    ・ The Yokosuka Line of the service system is between Tokyo Station and Kurihama Station.
    ・ Sobu Rapid Line departs from Tokyo Station, Tsudanuma Station and Chiba Station
    ・ Shonan-Shinjuku Line is on the Yokosuka Line between Nishi-Oi Station and Zushi Station.
    ・ The direct train to the Sotobo Line is between Chiba Station and Kazusa Ichinomiya Station.
  2. ^ Example of 2.
    ・ The Yokosuka / Sobu Rapid Line operates on all sections of Kurihama Station-Chiba Station.
    ・ "Airport Narita" operated between Kurihama Station and Narita Airport Station
    ・ Rapid commuting from Narita to Zushi
  3. ^ Example of 3.
    ・ The limited express "Narita Express" shares the same line and track between Ofuna Station and Chiba Station.
    ・ Only limited express "Safir Odoriko" No. 5 from Shinjuku, board between Nishi-oi Station and Tsurumi Station on Saturdays and holidays
    ・ The limited express "Azusa" runs on the Sobu Rapid Line between Chiba Station and Kinshicho Station.

注 釈

  1. ^ a b Of these, the section between Tokyo Station and Shinagawa Station is an underground separate line called the Tokyo Tunnel, and the section between Shinagawa Station and Tsurumi Station is commonly known as:Shinazuru Lineと 呼 ば れ るShin-Kawasaki StationIt goes through each freight line, but both lines are officially Tokaido main lines and are treated as branch lines.
  2. ^ Some are east of Chiba StationSakura Station-Naruto StationGo straight to
  3. ^ Books (railroad pictorial, etc.[3]), There are many notations of "MS separation".
  4. ^ These areas had played a role before the opening of the Rapid Line, but in recent years, since the Narita Express started operation in 1991 (3), the limited express "Sazanami" that had been via the Sobu Rapid Line until then. Since the limited express "Suigo" to Choshi Station and the limited express "Ayame" to Kashima Jingu Station were abolished via the Keiyo Line and the Narita Line, all of "Wakashio" went to these areas, especially to the southern part of the Boso Peninsula. As a tourist communication transportation route, its role has diminished.
  5. ^ As of March 2020, the only regular limited express trains are the limited express "Shiosai" to Choshi Station, the limited express "Shinjuku Sazanami" to Tateyama Station, the limited express "Shinjuku Wakashio" to Awa-Kamogawa Station, and the limited express to Kashima Jingu Station. The "Ayame Festival" is also operated via the Sobu Rapid Line, but both are special trains departing from and arriving at Shinjuku Station.
  6. ^ 2020å¹´The service started on December 12st.E235 series 1000 seriesAll ordinary cars have long seats.
  7. ^ Among them, Tokyo Station- Hiratsuka StationIn the meantime, the passengers were separated by multiple tracks.
  8. ^ Ground equipment is ATC-1C type, on-board equipment isATC-5 type..In ATC, the transport frequency is different between the upper and lower lines, so if you go around the Uchibo and Sotobo lines, the direction of the vehicle will be reversed and you will not be able to operate the train. Became
  9. ^ Ministry of Transport Circular "Handling of notifications for measures against fire accidents in trains (Tetsuun No. 82)In "," long roads "are" those that are installed underground in urban areas and have a length of more than 1.5 km, those that are installed in mountainous areas and have a length of more than 2 km, and those that have an extension of less than the above and are in tunnels. It is defined as "a tunnel that falls under any of the tunnels with a distance of more than 1 km".
  10. ^ The underground section of the Sobu Rapid Line does not correspond to "the distance between the vehicle ruler and the building ruler is 82 mm on the side" in Tetsuun No. 400, so the Ministry of Transport notification "About measures against fire accidents in trains (Tetsuun No. 81)It is a route that falls under the provisions of paragraph XNUMX of.
  11. ^ "At the beginning of the plan, the setting of limited express trains in the Boso area was not taken into consideration, and we planned to use the 165 series express trains to enter Tokyo Station, circulate in the Boso area, and split and merge at Chiba station.[16]
  12. ^ Shin-Koiwa Station-The freight line (commonly known as the "Shin-Koiwa Line") that connects Kanamachi Station on the Joban Line is connected on the mountain side.
  13. ^ Along with this, the cargo handling stations will be changed to Onagigawa Station and Etchujima Station (currently).Etchujima Freight Station) ・ Shin-Koiwa Station ・Nishi-Funabashi StationThe cargo handling business at Ryogoku Station, Kinshicho Station, Kameido Station, Hirai Station, Koiwa Station, Ichikawa Station, Shimosa Nakayama Station, Funabashi Station, and Tsudanuma Station was abolished.
  14. ^ At that time, alreadyTeito Rapid Transit AuthorityReached Nishi-Funabashi Station,Keiyo Line-Musashino Line-Toyo ExpresswayWas unopened.
  15. ^ Basically, it departs from the underground platform of Tokyo Station, but some of them depart from Shinjuku Station.
  16. ^ However, there were no limited express trains running between Katori Station and Matsugishi Station on the Narita Line at this point, and the express "Suigo" was the only excellent train in this section.
  17. ^ At the time of the planning stage, there were no plans to build a new Higashi-Totsuka station.
  18. ^ The area between Tokyo Station and Shimbashi Station is non-sticky sand and is very liable to collapse. The area around Hamamatsucho Station is very soft and easy to sink. There are many.
  19. ^ This mode of operation is still ongoing.
  20. ^ This is also Narita Airport Station (currentlyHigashi-Narita Station) To the airport terminal by bus.
  21. ^ All of these routes took about two hours from the city center and were said to be "far and inconvenient Narita Airport."
  22. ^ The current tunnel between Tokyo Station and Shiomi Station on the Keiyo Line matches the planned construction route for the Narita Shinkansen, but due to the new construction of the Keiyo Line.Construction of this section was not started in the construction of the Narita Shinkansen, and it was not later converted to the Keiyo Line.
  23. ^ Until the day before, all trains were stopped at Kinshicho Station due to the switching of security devices, but for trains departing from Tokyo, the operation was canceled at Kinshicho Station (from Shinjuku, the operation was stopped due to point switching etc. Implementation).
  24. ^ The actual opening of the port was May 5, the same year.
  25. ^ However,TimetableThere is a time lag of several months before "Airport Narita" is written on the side destination indicator, and the nickname "Airport Narita" is not mentioned in the "JTB Timetable March 1991". It can be confirmed that it is also written in the JTB Timetable June 3 issue.
  26. ^ Incidentally,Green WindowIn the past, it was possible to purchase with a credit card.Liner tickets can only be sold at the JR East ticket offices at stations other than JR East, such as Tokyo Station.
  27. ^ The first and second digits indicate the departure time of the first station, and the last two digits indicate the operation number.
  28. ^ The Tokaido Shinkansen may be parallel vertically and parallel to the plane along the way.
  29. ^ The official location of the Shin-Tsurumi signal field is 13.9 km from Shinagawa station, and it is the connection point with the Nambu line (Shitte short-circuit line) called Warihata between Shin-Kawasaki station and Tsurumi station.
  30. ^ The same applies to trains that do not run on either the Sobu Rapid Line or the Yokosuka Line, and as of March 2020, the 3F rapid train bound for Kisarazu on the Uchibo Line from Chiba also has this display.
  31. ^ The connecting station of the train is Ofuna station, but it stops at the platform of the Tokaido main line.The types of trains are "Special Rapid" and "Rapid".
  32. ^ From Zushi, use the Shonan-Shinjuku line train
  33. ^ Only one uphill at 16:1
  34. ^ The Shonan-Shinjuku line runs directly to the same line (Hinkaku line) south of the old Jakubo signal field between Nishi-oi station on the Yokosuka line and Shinagawa station, and the timetable interferes.
  35. ^ If you do not connect to the Yokosuka Line train, you may be able to transfer to the Yokosuka Line (including the Shonan-Shinjuku Line from the Utsunomiya Line) at Yokohama Station / Totsuka Station by changing to the Tokaido Line (Ueno Tokyo Line) at the terminal Tokyo Station. ..
  36. ^ Trains departing from and arriving at the Narita and Kashima lines run on the same track between Sakura Station and Narita Station.
  37. ^ This is because the starting point of the Narita line is Sakura station, the other Kashima line is Katori station, and the Uchibo line is Soga station.
  38. ^ At Sakura Station, the attached 4-car train will be connected to form a 15-car train.
  39. ^ It operates at high speed on Saturdays and holidays.The first station going up is the same as on weekdays, and both go to Tokyo, and going down from Kurihama to Narita.
  40. ^ Time required between Tokyo Station and Chiba Station is 39 minutes up and 33 minutes down.
  41. ^ The route to Ofuna is 2644F → 645S, and the route to Zushi is 2768F → 769S.
  42. ^ Only in the direction of Lake Kawaguchi
  43. ^ Freight trains between Zushi Station and Ofuna StationKeikyu CorporationKanazawa Bunko StationIn the vicinityGeneral vehicle manufacturing plantLimited to class A transportation related to the Yokohama Works (formerly Tokyu Vehicle Manufacturing).
  44. ^ Trains heading from Narita Airport Station to Tokyo / Kurihama are listed only for rapid trains and do not use the name "Airport Narita", but previously this name was also used for rapid trains departing from Narita Airport Station.
  45. ^ Since the operation plan was decided just before, it was not posted on the commercial timetable.[33].
  46. ^ 成田駅は停車駅に含まれていない他、「大船09時30分/東京10時30分/成田空港11時42分と成田空港12時25分/東京13時39分/大船14時30分」と若干ではあるが1991年7月ダイヤとは異なる[36].
  47. ^ However, it was treated as a regular train only in 1975.
  48. ^ Only on May 2017st and 5nd, 1, the train with the same stop as the special rapid service mentioned above was revived as a one-round special train east of Kinshicho Station under the train name of "Rapid" Aoiumi "".However, the departure and arrival station is not Tokyo Station,Ryogoku StationMet.Also, the vehicle used is209 series 2000 series, 2100 series(Makuhari Vehicle CenterAffiliation)[41].
  49. ^ Even if it is a direct train, there are four independent trains running between Sakura Station-Kashima Jingu Station and Sakura Station-Naruto Station.This is an accessory train that is separated from the rapid train departing from and arriving at Tokyo, and will continue to be operated as a separate train.
  50. ^ The deepest station in Japan, including those other than the passenger business station, is the Seikan Tunnel Tappi diagonal line experience tunnel station (formerly Ryuhi Submarine Station), which is located at -149.5 m above sea level.The deepest underground station is the platform for Daimon and Ryogoku at Roppongi Station on the Toei Oedo Line, which is -42.3 m from the ground surface.[50][51]
  51. ^ Zushi Station-Kurihama Station section operation only
  52. ^ Previously it was compatible with 6-car trains, but now it is a facility that can support up to 4 cars x 16 trains.
  53. ^ There is a boundary with the Tokyo branch office in front of the entrance of the underground section (Sobu tunnel) in the direction of Tokyo between Bakurocho station.
  54. ^ Crossing the prefectural border with Musashi-Kosugi StationHinkaku Line Tamagawa BridgeThere is a boundary with the Yokohama branch office on the Yokohama side embankment.
  55. ^ However, the travel section is shared between Musashi-Kosugi Station and Jakubo Signal Station.Sotetsu/JR direct lineAll trains from Hazawa Yokohama-Kokudai to Shinjuku are "XXXM".

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  50. ^ Keio University Railroad Study Group Keio University Iron Research Institute Mita-kai (OB meeting) "Special feature: 2001 Railroad is the best in Japan" "Railway fan" Vol. 41, No. 1 (Vol. 477), Koyusha, January 2001, 1 page.
  51. ^ Hiroyasu Ito "Special Feature: Railroad Everything in Japan 2017" "Railway Fan" Vol. 57, No. 8 (Vol. 676), Koyusha, August 2017, p. 8.
  52. ^ Keisuke Ida "Special feature: Short-circuit line mystery 4 Complex multi-line section exploring multiple lines Tokaido Main Line between Tokyo and Odawara" "Railfan" February 2001, Koyusha, February 2, p. 2001.
  53. ^ Keisuke Ida "Special feature: Short-circuit line mystery 4 Complex multi-line section exploring multiple lines Tokaido Main Line between Tokyo and Odawara" "Railfan" February 2001, Koyusha, February 2, p. 2001.
  54. ^ Keisuke Ida "Special feature: Short-circuit line mystery 9 Railway complex area in central Tokyo I Railway transportation facility complex area 2 Tamachi area Shinagawa station, 3 Osaki area" "Railway fan" June 2008 issue, Koyusha, June 6, Pages 2008-6.
  55. ^ Keisuke Ida "Special Feature: Short-circuit Line Mystery 9 Complex Railway Area in Central Tokyo Ⅲ JR Quadruple Track Section 1 Keihin Tohoku Line (Yokohama-Omiya) (1) Yokohama-Tsurumi (2) Tsurumi-Shinagawa" "Railway Fan" 2008 June issue, Koyusha, June 6, pp. 2008-6.
  56. ^ Keisuke Ida "Yokosuka Sobu Rapid Line as seen from track wiring records" "Railway Pictorial [Special Feature] Yokosuka Sobu Rapid Line" March 2018 issue, Denkisha Kenkyukai, March 3, 2018 --Page 3.
  57. ^ "Yokosuka Line / Shonan-Shinjuku Line" "Tokyo Metropolitan Railway Complete Guide Main JR Lines" Futabasha <Futabasha Super Mook>, December 2013, 12, pp. 6-121.
  58. ^ Ryo Yamada "Yokosuka Line and Sobu Rapid Line-Direct operation between different cultures along the line brought about by the five-way commuting strategy-" "Railway Pictorial [Special Feature] Yokosuka Sobu Rapid Line" March 5 issue, Denkisha Kenkyukai, March 2018, pp. 3-2018.
  59. ^ a b Keisuke Ida "The past and present in the station yard along the Tokaido Line" "Railway Pictorial [Special Feature] Tokaido Main Line (I)" February 2013 issue, Denkisha Kenkyukai, February 2, pp. 2013-2.
  60. ^ Keisuke Ida "Yokosuka Sobu Rapid Line as seen from track wiring records" "Railway Pictorial [Special Feature] Yokosuka Sobu Rapid Line" March 2018 issue, Denkisha Kenkyukai, March 3, p. 2018.
  61. ^ Major project: Tokyo Area Transportation Management System (ATOS) --JR East Tokyo Electric System Development Office
  62. ^ a b "Congestion rate data (first year of Reiwa) (PDF)”. Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism. P. 1 (September 2020, 9). 2020/9/27Browse.
  63. ^ "Urban traffic annual report" each year version
  64. ^ Changes in congestion rate during rush hours by route -Chiba
  65. ^ "Regional Rehabilitation-Beyond Tokyo Concentration (September 62)”. Kanagawa Prefecture (September 1987). As of January 9, 2015オ リ ジ ナ ルMore archives.2015/5/10Browse.
  66. ^ "Number of passengers at each station”. East Japan Railway Company. 2020/12/15Browse.
  67. ^ "My Line Tokyo Timetable" Monthly issue of each year, Kotsu Shimbunsha, Sobu Line (Rapid) / Yokosuka Line / Shonan Shinjuku Line, Tokaido Main Line, Takasaki Line, Tohoku Main Line (Utsunomiya Line) time pages.
  68. ^ Half-day operation on the JR Yokosuka Line --NHK News December 2015, 12
  69. ^ Minutes of the 19 2nd Funabashi City Council Regular Meeting

Press release material

  1. ^ Introduce "station numbering" to the metropolitan area (PDF) --April 2016, 4, East Japan Railway Company press release, viewed December 6, 2020.
  2. ^ About March 2016 schedule revision --JR East Chiba Branch Press Release Posted on December 2015, 12
  3. ^ About March 2019 schedule revision (PDF) --East Japan Railway Company Press Release Retrieved December 2018, 12, December 14, 16.
  4. ^ "About the main damage situation of facilities in the JR East jurisdiction by Typhoon No. 19" (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company, (December 2019, 10), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2019, 10., https://web.archive.org/web/20191013141429/https://www.jreast.co.jp/press/2019/20191013_ho01.pdf 2019/10/13Browse. 
  5. ^ a b "About the start of commercial operation of Yokosuka Sobu Rapid Line E235 series" (Japanese) (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company Yokohama Branch, (November 2020, 11), オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2020, 11., https://web.archive.org/web/20201112062336/https://www.jreast.co.jp/press/2020/yokohama/20201112_y02.pdf 2020/11/12Browse. 
  6. ^ March 2018 Timetable revision (East Japan Railway Company press release)(Viewed on August 2017, 12, the same day)
  7. ^ About March 2015 schedule revision (PDF) --JR East Chiba Branch, December 2014, 12
  8. ^ About March 2017 schedule revision (PDF) --JR East Chiba Branch, December 2016, 12
  9. ^ "About new construction of vehicles for Yokosuka Sobu Rapid Line" (PDF) (Press Release), East Japan Railway Company, (October 2018, 9), http://www.jreast.co.jp/press/2018/20180902.pdf 2018/9/4Browse. 
  10. ^ About vehicle breakdown of Yokosuka Line (PDF) --East Japan Railway Company Press Release December 2009, 5

newspaper article

  1. ^ 1962 year (Showa 37 year)10/15 Yomiuri Shimbun Chiba version
  2. ^ a b “Start of use for 2 terms of ATS-P”. Traffic newspaper (Kotsu Shimbunsha): p. 1. (July 1993, 10) 
  3. ^ "Yokosuka Sobu Rapid Line ATOS started to be used". Traffic newspaper (Kotsu Shimbunsha): p. 1. (July 2000, 10) 
  4. ^ “Strengthening measures for JR and Shin-Koiwa Station to prevent suicide with platform doors”. Nihon Keizai Shimbun(November 2018, 12). オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2018, 12.. https://archive.fo/tWSNG 2019/10/14Browse. 
  5. ^ "Two and a half hours trapped, overflowing passengers" tired, I'm going home "JR Yokosuka Line vehicle breakdown". MSN Sankei News (Sankei Digital). (September 2009, 5). オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2009, 5.. http://web.archive.org/web/20090510130959/http://sankei.jp.msn.com/affairs/disaster/090507/dst0905071104002-n1.htm 
  6. ^ "Affecting 35 people stuck on the Yokosuka Line 110 are suspended". MSN Sankei News (Sankei Digital). (September 2009, 5). オ リ ジ ナ ルArchived as of October 2009, 5.. http://web.archive.org/web/20090511020400/http://sankei.jp.msn.com/affairs/disaster/090507/dst0905072030014-n1.htm 
  7. ^ Stop driving on the up and down lines between Tokyo and Shinagawa Station on the JR Yokosuka Line. Drainage system failure, track flooding? -Sankei News, July 2015, 12
  8. ^ a b JR Yokosuka Line, XNUMX hours or more suspension of operation Drainage facility failure -Asahi Shimbun Digital, March 2015, 12
  9. ^ a b 12 and a half hours suspension of groundwater overflow on the JR Yokosuka Line -Nihon Keizai Shimbun, May 2015, 12

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Friendship company
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