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Chita Noriai

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Chita Noriai

Chitanoriai Co., Ltd.
知多乗合株式会社
Kabushiki kaisha
Industry Public transportation
Founded June 12, 1943
Headquarters Handa, Aichi Prefecture, Japan
Parent Nagoya Railroad
Website Homepage

Chitanoriai Co., Ltd. (知多乗合株式会社 Chita Noriai Kabushiki-gaisha), also called Chita Bus, is a bus company in the Meitetsu Group, based in Handa, Aichi Prefecture, Japan.

Contents

  • Bus Lines 1
    • Airport bus 1.1
    • Regular route bus 1.2
  • See also 2
  • External links 3

Bus Lines

Airport bus

Regular route bus

  • From Ōtagawa Sta.
    • For Kyōwa Sta. via Uenodai
    • For Ōbu sta. via Owari Yokosuka Sta.
    • Tokai City Circular Bus ‘‘RANRAN BUS’’
  • From Ōbu Sta.
    • For Ōtagawa Sta. via Owari Yokosuka Sta.
    • For Aichi Health Plaza,NCGG and Genki-no-sato
    • Ōbu City Circular Bus ‘‘FUREAI BUS’’
  • From Asakura Sta.
    • For Tsutsujigaoka
    • For Sōri
    • For Higashi Okada
    • Chita City Community Bus ‘‘AIAI BUS’’
  • From Shinmaiko Sta. For Hinaga Danchi
  • From Tatsumigaoka Sta. For Higashigaoka
  • From Chita Handa Sta.
    • For Chūbu Centrair International Airport via Tokoname Sta.
    • For Higashiura Sta.,Midorigaoka,and Kamezaki Kenja Mae via Okkawa Sta.
    • For Heartful Center Handa
  • From Aoyama Sta.
    • For Kimigahashi Jūtaku W.
    • For Handa Sta.
  • From Tokoname Sta.
    • For Chūbu Centrair International Airport
    • For Chita Handa Sta.
    • For Kaminoma Sta.
    • For Tokoname City Hospital
  • From Kōwa Sta.
    • For Morozakikō (Port of Morozaki)
    • For Utsumi Sta. via Utsumi Senior High Sch.
    • Minamichita Town Community Bus ‘‘UMIKKO BUS’’

See also

External links

  • Chita Noriai Homepage (Japanese)


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