Six JR companies will revise timetables – Higher speed limit makes Shinkansen faster

JR East E7 series operated on the Joetsu/Hokuriku Shinkansen (PhotoNetwork/Photo AC)

The six JR Group passenger railway companies will revise their timetables on March 18, 2023 (Sat), speeding up and increasing the number of trains on the Shinkansen, opening new stations on conventional lines, and improving transportation through the progress of double-tracking.

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Seoul Metro reopens midnight train services – Korea’s COVID-19 controls quite cleared

Following the lifting of the epidemic prevention measures for COVID-19 in South Korea, Seoul Metro and the Korail Corporation are gradually resuming late-night operation on subway lines in the Seoul metropolitan area.

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Nishi Kyushu Shinkansen will launch soon – Reducing time to Nagasaki by 30 minutes

JR Kyushu announces the timetable of Nishi Kyushu Shinkansen (69.6km between Takeo-Onsen and Nagasaki), which will opened on September 23, 2022 (Fri/Holiday) and the conventional limited express trains connecting with it at Takeo-Onsen.

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New station “Fuseishi” on the Kotoden Kotohira Line – Timetable revised on all Kotoden Lines

The 1080 series cars of the Kotoden Kotohira Line are former Keikyu 1000 series

Takamatsu Kotohira Electric Railroad (Kotoden) opened a new station “Fuseishi Station” (Takamatsu City, Kagawa) on November 28 (Saturday), 2020, which was established between Sanjo Station and Ota Station on the Kotohira Line.

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