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Narita Yukawa Station

Narita Yukawa Station (成田湯川駅 Narita Yukawa-eki?) is a Japanese railway station on the Narita Sky Access Line in Narita, Chiba, operated by the Keisei Electric Railway, which opened on 17 July 2010.[1]

Lines

The station is served by the Narita Sky Access Line from Keisei Ueno in Tokyo to Narita Airport Station. It is located between Inba-Nihon-Idai Station and Airport Terminal 2 Station, a distance of 40.7 kilometers from Keisei-Takasago Station, and 8.4 kilometers from Inba-Nihon-Idai Station.[2]

Station layout

Narita Yukawa is an elevated station, with the platforms located on the third floor level. The station has two side platforms on either side of four tracks. 500 meters east of the station, the tracks converge to become a single track to/from Narita Airport using a #38 high-speed turnout.[1] The platforms are 149 m long, designed to accommodate 8-car trains.[2]

Platforms

1 Narita Sky Access Line for Nippori, Keisei Ueno, and Oshiage
2 Narita Sky Access Line for Narita Airport

Adjacent stations

« Service »
Narita Sky Access
Inba-Nihon-Idai   Access express   Airport Terminal 2
Skyliner: no stop

History

The station opened on 17 July 2010 coinciding with the start of Narita Sky Access services.[1]

Passenger statistics

In fiscal 2011, the station was used by an average of 1,054 passengers daily.[3]

Surrounding area

  • Narita New Town
  • Chiba Prefectural Narita-Kita High School

References


Coordinates: 35°47′58″N 140°17′28″E / 35.79944°N 140.29111°E / 35.79944; 140.29111

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