Tag - keihin-tohoku-line



Japan Times
BUSINESS / Companies
Mar 14, 2020
Tokyo's Takanawa Gateway Station opens to public as Shinagawa development marks milestone
Takanawa Gateway Station opened its doors to the public on Saturday, becoming the latest addition to Tokyo's Yamanote and Keihin Tohoku lines and marking a major milestone in a decadeslong project to transform a large part of the Shinagawa district into a global transportation and business hub.
Japan Times
Mar 9, 2020
Media get peek at Tokyo's new high-tech Takanawa Gateway Station
The Yamanote Line's first new station since 1971 was unveiled to the media on Monday, with East Japan Railway Co. showcasing robots and other "futuristic" features to help people find their way around.
Japan Times
Nov 12, 2019
Yamanote and Keihin-Tohoku lines to be partially suspended Nov. 16 due to construction
Parts of the Yamanote and Keihin-Tohoku lines, major transportation arteries in Tokyo that carry millions of passengers every day, will be partially out of service for most of Saturday due to construction at Shinagawa Station and preparations leading up to the opening of Takanawa Gateway Station next spring.
Aug 6, 2015
Sparks from short circuit disrupted Yokohama train services late Tuesday
Sparks from a short circuit that occurred when a train resumed operation apparently melted and severed an overhead cable, leaving thousands of people stranded on Tuesday evening in Yokohama, East Japan Railway Co. said Wednesday.
Japan Times
Aug 5, 2015
Broken power cables knock out swath of JR East services in Tokyo-Yokohama area
Thousands of commuters, many returning from a fireworks display in Yokohama, were stranded on trains or forced to walk along railway tracks on Tuesday night after broken overhead power lines knocked out services across multiple lines.
Japan Times
Feb 23, 2014
JR East train derails near Kawasaki
An out-of-service train derailed early Sunday on the Keihin Tohoku Line near JR Kawasaki Station after hitting a maintenance car, slightly injuring the motorman and conductor.


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