Most crowded main railway line sections in Japan's Nagoya Area FY 2022

Main railway line sections with the highest congestion rates in Japan's Nagoya Metropolitan Area in fiscal year 2022

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Release date

July 2023



Survey time period

October to November 1, 2022; the Japanese fiscal years start on April 1 of the stated year and end on March 31 of the following year

Special properties

including main sections* only

Supplementary notes

*Main sections refer to those sections that the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT) has surveyed continuously in its congestion statistics.
**According to the source, the MLIT defines a 100 percent congestion as a situation where the train carries the designated capacity of passengers (they can either take a seat, grab a hanging strap, or grab a stanchion next to a door). In contrast, 150 percent is a situation where passengers can still comfortably read an unfolded newspaper. The rate represents the average level of congestion during the busiest hour.

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