Kintetsu Nagoya Station

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Kintetsu Nagoya Station

近鉄名古屋駅
Kintetsu Corporation - Kintetsu Nagoya Station - 01.JPG
Kintetsu Nagoya Station in May 2009
Location Nakamura, Nagoya, Aichi
Japan
Coordinates 35°10′8.9″N136°53′3.5″E / 35.169139°N 136.884306°E / 35.169139; 136.884306 Coordinates: 35°10′8.9″N136°53′3.5″E / 35.169139°N 136.884306°E / 35.169139; 136.884306
Operated by Kintetsu Railway
Line(s) Nagoya Line
Platforms4 bay platforms, 5 tracks
Connections Bus stop
Construction
Structure typeUnderground Train Station
Other information
Station codeE01
History
Opened26 June 1938
Traffic
Passengers (FY2018)63,171 daily

Kintetsu Nagoya Station (近鉄名古屋駅, Kintetsu Nagoya eki) is a terminal station on the Kintetsu Nagoya Line. It is connected to Nagoya Station (JR Central, Aonami Line, and Nagoya City Subway) and Meitetsu Nagoya Station (Nagoya Railroad).

Contents

Kintetsu Nagoya Station Sign Jin Tie Ming Gu Wu Yi noYi Ming Biao .jpg
Kintetsu Nagoya Station Sign
Kintetsu Nagoya Station - Ticket Gate - 01 Kintetsu Corporation - Kintetsu Nagoya Station - Ticket Gate - 01.JPG
Kintetsu Nagoya Station - Ticket Gate - 01
Kintetsu Nagoya Station - Ticket Gate - 02 Kintetsu Corporation - Kintetsu Nagoya Station - Ticket Gate - 02.JPG
Kintetsu Nagoya Station - Ticket Gate - 02
Connecting Ticket Gate to Meitetsu Nagoya Station platforms MT-Meitetsu Nagoya Station-ConnectingTicketGate.jpg
Connecting Ticket Gate to Meitetsu Nagoya Station platforms

Layout

The station has four bay platforms serving five tracks on the first basement.

Nagoya Line (for Kuwana, Yokkaichi, Tsu, Ise-Nakagawa, Osaka Namba , Ujiyamada, Toba and Kashikojima)
1 Nagoya Lineserved by local trains
4-car length
2 Nagoya Lineserved by semi-express trains
partly by express trains
5-car length
3 Nagoya Lineserved by express trains
partly by semi-express trains
6-car length
4 Nagoya Lineserved by limited express trains
8-car length
also for semi-express trains and express trains disembarking passengers in the rush hours
5 Nagoya Lineserved by limited express trains
8-car length
Track layout of Kintetsu Nagoya Station and Komeno Station [1] [2]
Rail Tracks map Kintetsu Nagoya Station.svg
Kogane

Adjacent stations

«Service»
Nagoya Line
Terminus Local (普通)  Komeno
Terminus Semi-Express (準急)  Kintetsu Kanie
Terminus Express (急行) Kintetsu Kanie
Terminus Limited Express  Kuwana
Terminus Limited Express (no stops between Nagoya and Tsu)  Tsu
Terminus Limited Express "Shimakaze"  Kintetsu Yokkaichi

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References

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