Operation improvement

Report
Contribution of JR East
Hiroyuki WATANABE
East Japan Railway Company
Contents
- About JR East
- What we can contribute to WBSA railways
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About JR East
Outline
of JR EAST
JR EAST is the largest railway
company in JAPAN
Greater Tokyo area
As of March 2013
What we can contribute to WBSA railways
- Business improvement
- Transport optimization
- Infrastructure management
- Operation improvement
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What we can contribute to WABS railways
- Business improvement
- Transport optimization
- Infrastructure management
- Operation improvement
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Business improvement
Division and Privatization of Japanese National Railways
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Business improvement
Money flow
Japanese National Railways (JNR): 1977 – 1986
Japanese
Japanese
Nationaland
andLocal
Local
National
Governments
Governments
Subsidies
JNR
€ 46 Billion
After reforming: 1987 – 2001
Japanese
Japanese
Nationaland
andLocal
Local
National
Governments
Governments
Corporation taxes, Fixed
asset taxes etc.
JR
€ 19 Billion
※ €1=¥130
Business improvement
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What we can contribute to WBSA railways
- Business improvement
- Transport optimization
- Infrastructure management
- Operation improvement
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Transport optimization
(million km)
Train car km/day
Number of trains/day
+22%
1987(JNR)
(million)
+27%
1987(JNR)
2012.3
Number of passengers/day
2012.3
Congestion rate of peak hour in Tokyo area
(%)
In the train
+20%
-25%
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1987(JNR)
2011
1987(JNR)
2011
Transport optimization

Large volume and high transport density (transport demand during peak hours in the
Tokyo metropolitan area for each line: Approx. 3,000 persons/3 min.)
Joban Line
3,500 persons/
3 min.
Takasaki Line
3,500 persons/
4 min. 30 sec.
Omiya
Saikyo Line
2,800 persons/
2 min. 30 sec.
Ikebukuro
Shinjuku
Chuo Line
2,900 persons/
2 min.
Yamanote Line
3,300 persons/
2 min.20 sec.
Joban Local Line
2,400 persons/
2 min. 30 sec.
Ueno
Shibuya
Tokyo
Sobu Line
3,000 persons/
2 min.20 sec.
Keiyo Line
2,600 persons/
3 min.
Osaki
Tokaido Line
3,500 persons/
3 min.
Shinagawa
Keihin-Tohoku
Line
2,900 persons/
2 min. 20 sec.
(Legend)
Line name
No. of passengers per train/
train interval
Yokohama
(FY2010)
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Transport optimization
Modal share (Passenger)
What we can contribute to WBSA railways
- Business improvement
- Transport optimization
- Infrastructure management
- Operation improvement
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Infrastructure management
More than 50 % infrastructure is over its lifetime.
Viaducts
Bridges
660km (2,800 viaducts)
410km (31,050 bridges)
Tunnels
Shinkansen lines
1,134.7Km
14
882km (1,260 tunnels)
Conventional lines
6,377.9Km
JR East
Facility management
Partner companies
Inspection, Maintenance
Strengthening, automation
Rebuilding the facilities inspection system
Rebuilding the construction system
What we can contribute to WBSA railways
- Business improvement
- Transport optimization
- Infrastructure management
- Operation improvement
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Operation improvement
Railway accidents
-62%
Fall detection mat
1987(JNR)
Emergency train
stop warning system
2011
Railway crossing accidents
-85%
Sensing device
at level crossing
1987(JNR)
2011
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Operation improvement
Natural disaster
Rainfall disaster
Snow disaster
Rock fall Disaster
Carried out in the self-financing
Rainfall damage measures
Snow damage measures
Reinforcement
Sprinkler
Rock fall damage measures
Railway forest
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Operation improvement
Monitoring and restrictions
■ Speed restrictions
■ Traffic suspension
Rail temp. gauge
Snow gauge
Scouring detector
Seismograph
Anemometer
Water gauge
Network
Rain gauge
Landslide detector
Operation Control
Center
March 2010
High-speed line
Conventional line
Total ( per 100km)
Rain gauges
29
537
566 (7.5)
Water gauges
0
592
592 (7.9)
Anemometers
158
699
857 (11.4)
Seismograph
s
97
196
293 (3.9)
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Operation improvement
JR East must be reliable to respond to customer expectation
 Extremely high rate of punctuality of operation (average operational delay per
train: Shinkansen: 0.3 min.; Conventional lines: 1.1 min.)
 For JR East lines with large
passenger transport volume and high
transport density, even a short train
delay (2 or 3 minutes) can result in
crowds of passengers at stations.
Average delay per train
1.4
1.2
Conventional Train
minutes
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 Additionally, railways in Japan are
highly respected in society, and due to
the national character of the Japanese
people, highly punctual operations are
expected.
0.8
0.6
Shinkansen
0.4
0.2
0
2000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
Fiscal Year
2006
2007
2008
2009
(JR East in-house document)
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JR East’s strong points
We have experience and know-how of not only high-speed, but also
urban, suburban and regional transport services. And we have provided
these services with a high reliability and punctuality.
We have experience and know-how of operation and maintenance
services as an integrated company. In addition, we have rolling stock
manufacturing business.
We think that JR East is the only railway company that has these
experience and know-how.
We have wide range of experience that can respond to any needs or
problems.
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Thank you for your attention
Hiroyuki WATANABE ([email protected])
Senior Manager
East Japan Railway Company, Brussels Office
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