Keio Corporation announced that it will revise the schedule for the Keio Line and Inokashira Line in the spring of 2021 and advance the last trains time.
The target routes are the Keio Line (excluding the Keibajo and Dobutsuen Line) and the Inokashira Line, and the last trains will be advanced by up to 30 minutes on both weekdays and weekends. The reason for this is that the number of passengers, especially in the midnight hours, has decreased significantly due to COVID-19, and they want to improve safety by securing time for night work after the last train.
Estimated last trains ahead time
Keio Line (approximate)
- Chofu Station: 15 min from Shinjuku / 30 min to Shinjuku
- Keio-hachioji Station: 15 min from Shinjuku / 30 min to Shinjuku
- Takao Line: 20 min from Shinjuku / 30 min to Shinjuku
- Keio-tama-center Station: 15 min from Shinjuku / 30 min to Shinjuku
- Hashimoto Station: 20 min from Shinjuku / 30 min to Shinjuku
Inokashira Line (approximate)
- Meidaimae Station: 15 min from Shibuya / 15 min to Shibuya
- Fujimigaoka Station:15 min from Shibuya / 15 min to Shibuya
- Kichijoji Station: 20 min from Shibuya / 15 min to Shibuya
In the Tokyo metropolitan area, JR East, Seibu Railway, Odakyu Electric Railway, and Tokyu Corporation have also announced that the last train will be advanced from the spring of 2021.