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Keiyo Line
Keiyo Line

The Keiyō Line (京葉線 Keiyō-sen?) is a railroad that connects Tokyo Station in Tokyo, Japan and Soga Station in the city of Chiba, in Chiba Prefecture. Measuring 43.0 km in length, the Keiyo Line is a narrow gauge (1067 mm) passenger line of the East Japan Railway Company. It serves visitors to Tokyo Disney Resort and the Makuhari Messe exhibition center as well as commuters. Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... Wikipedia does not have an article with this exact name. ... This is the top-level page of WikiProject trains Rail tracks Rail transport refers to the land transport of passengers and goods along railways or railroads. ... Marunouchi side of Tokyo Station Closeup of center exit Tokyo Station (東京駅; -eki) is a train station located in the Marunouchi business district of Tokyo, near the Imperial Palace grounds and the Ginza commercial district. ... Headquarters of Tokyo Metropolitan Government View of Tokyos Shibuya district Tokyo ) (help· info), literally eastern capital, is one of the 47 prefectures of Japan and includes the highly urbanized downtown area formerly known as the city of Tokyo which is the heart of the Greater Tokyo Area. ... Chiba (千葉市 Chiba-shi) is the capital city of Chiba Prefecture, Japan. ... Chiba Prefecture (千葉県 Chiba-ken) is located in the Greater Tokyo Area of Honshu Island, Japan. ... Narrow-gauge railways are railroads (railways) with track spaced at less than the standard gauge of 4 ft 8 in (1. ... A millimetre (American spelling: millimeter, symbol mm) is an SI unit of length that is equal to one thousandth of a metre. ... Yamanote Line, Tokyo JR Yamanote Line train in Tokyo, Japan Above Yurakucho in Tokyo East Japan Railway Company (東日本旅客鉄道 Higashi-Nihon Ryokyaku Tetsudo or JR東日本; JR Higashi-Nihon) (TYO: 9020) is a Japanese private railroad company, the largest passenger railway company in the world and one of the seven JR companies. ... Tokyo Disney Resort logo Resort Map The Tokyo Disney Resort is a theme park and vacation resort located in Urayasu, Chiba, Japan, just east of Tokyo. ... Makuhari Messe (幕張メッセ) is a convention center in Japan located in the western region of Chiba Prefecture, close to Tokyo. ... Exhibition is a word with several meanings. ...


The terminus at Tokyo Station is located underground some distance to the south of the main station complex about half way to Yurakuchō Station. This means transfer between other lines at Tokyo Station can take between 15 and 20 minutes. YÅ«rakuchō Station (有楽町駅; -eki) is located in Tokyos Chiyoda Ward. ...


Part of the line opened in 1986, and the line became complete in 1990. 1986 (MCMLXXXVI) was a common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar. ... This article is about the year. ...


The name Keiyō is derived from the composition of the second characters of the names the cities linked by the line, Tōkyō (東) and Chiba (千).


The Keiyō Line should not be confused with the Keiō Line of the private Keiō Electric Railway (京王線), whose terminus is at Shinjuku. The Keio Line (京王線) is the main line of the Keio Electric Railway. ... The Keio Electric Railway (京王電鉄 Keio Dentetsu) is a private railway in Tokyo, Japan. ... South side of Shinjuku Station Ōedo Line Ōedo Line Ticket gates on the Ōedo Line A northbound Saikyo Line train bound for Kawagoe takes on passengers at Shinjuku Station. ...


In Tokyo, This line is known to go to Tokyo Disney Resort. Maihama Station is nearby Tokyo Disney Resort. Tokyo Disney Resort logo Resort Map The Tokyo Disney Resort is a theme park and vacation resort located in Urayasu, Chiba, Japan, just east of Tokyo. ...


Trains

  • Keiyo Line local trains make all stops between Tokyo and Soga except Nishi-Funabashi.
  • Keiyo Line rapid service trains stop at Tokyo, Hatchobori, Shin-Kiba, Maihama, Shin-Urayasu, Minami-Funabashi, Kaihin-Makuhari and all stops up to Soga.
  • Musashino Line local trains stop at Nishi-Funabashi, Minami-Funabashi, Shin-Narashino and Kaihin-Makuhari.
  • Musashino Line rapid service trains make all stops between Tokyo and Nishi-Funabashi before continuing to the Musashino Line.
  • Commuter rapid service (通勤快速 tsūkin-kaisoku?) trains stop at Tokyo, Hatchobori, Shin-Kiba and Soga.

Stations

Station Ward / City Transfers
Tokyo Chiyoda, Tokyo Shinkansen, Yamanote Line, Tokaido Main Line, Chuo Main Line, Keihin-Tohoku Line, Sobu Line, Yokosuka Line, Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line
Hatchobori Chuo, Tokyo Tokyo Metro Hibiya Line
Etchujima Koto, Tokyo
Shiomi Koto, Tokyo
Shin-Kiba Koto, Tokyo Rinkai Line, Tokyo Metro Yurakucho Line
Makuhari Rinkai Koen Edogawa, Tokyo
Maihama Urayasu, Chiba Disney Resort Line
Shin-Urayasu Urayasu, Chiba
Ichikawa-Shiohama Ichikawa, Chiba
Nishi-Funabashi Funabashi, Chiba Musashino Line (through service), Sobu Line, Tokyo Metro Tozai Line, Toyo Rapid Railway, Keisei Main Line (Keisei Funabashi Station)
Futamata-Shinmachi Ichikawa, Chiba
Minami-Funabashi Funabashi, Chiba
Shin-Narashino Narashino, Chiba
Kaihin-Makuhari Mihama-ku, Chiba
Kemigawahama Mihama-ku, Chiba
Inagekaigan Mihama-ku, Chiba
Chiba-Minato Chuo-ku, Chiba Chiba Monorail
Soga Chuo-ku, Chiba Uchibo Line, Sotobo Line

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Yokosuka Line - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (332 words)
The line is 73.3 km long from Tokyo Station to Kurihama Station; the 49.4 km segment between Tokyo and Ofuna Station runs parallel to the Tokaido Main Line and Keihin-Tohoku Line, while the remaining 23.9 km is a separate spur away from the Tokaido corridor.
The line is of 1,067mm gauge and is double-tracked between Tokyo and Yokosuka.
Northbound trains frequently continue from Tokyo Station as Sōbu Line Rapid trains to Chiba Station or Narita Airport.
Keiyo Line - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (321 words)
Measuring 43.0 km in length, the Keiyo Line is a narrow gauge (1067 mm) passenger line of the East Japan Railway Company.
Part of the line opened in 1986, and the line became complete in 1990.
Keiyo Line rapid service trains stop at Tokyo, Hatchobori, Shin-Kiba, Maihama, Shin-Urayasu, Minami-Funabashi, Kaihin-Makuhari and all stops up to Soga.
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