Hokuriku Line Resumes Operation Between Tsuruga and Fukui Stations, Suspended All Day Between Fukui and Kanazawa

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Operation on the Hokuriku Line, which had been suspended in certain sections due to the impact of an earthquake, has resumed between Tsuruga and Fukui stations. The section from Fukui to Kanazawa Station, however, has been decided to be suspended for the entire day.

The Hokuriku Line, which had suspended operations due to the earthquake with its epicenter in Ishikawa Prefecture that occurred on the first day, has resumed service south of Fukui Station. The section between Fukui and Kanazawa Station has been decided to be suspended for the entire day. The operating schedule for after the second day has not been announced as of 10 p.m. on the first day.

From the second day onward, if there are any service disruptions on the Hokuriku Line, there is a high possibility that it will affect the operation of express trains ‘Thunderbird’ and ‘Shirasagi’ that connect various regions with Kanazawa.

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