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The population is 1000/1 of Tokyo in the same area [Wooden Station Building Catalog] Chuo Main Line 17/244 Okuwa Station

 
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Route 19 passes right next to the down platform.
 

* Taken in September 2021 The top image is Okuwa Station on the Chuo Main Line.Going south little by little along the Nakasendo, which is still deep in the mountains... → Continue reading

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National Route 19

National Route 19(Kokudo 19)AichiNagoya cityからGifuTono region,NaganoKiso region,Shiojiri,MatsumotoViaNagano cityLeading toGeneral national road.

Overview

GifuEna CityFrom Nagano PrefectureShiojiriover the oldNakasendocorresponds toAichi Prefecture - Gifu Prefecture on the highwayNakatsugawaOverChuo Expresswayand Shiojiri City in Nagano Prefecture - AzuminoNagano ExpresswayAnd by train from Nagoya City to Shiojiri City, Nagano PrefectureChuo Main Lineand in Shiojiri City - Azumino CityShinonoi LineAnd run in parallel.

Route data

Cabinet Order Designating Routes of General National Roads[1][Annotation 1]The start and end points based on the above and important transit points are as follows.

History

The road equivalent to National Route 19 is Shiojiri City - Ena CityNakasendo, Ena City - Nagoya CityShimokaidōHowever,1952(Showa27), only the Nakasendo section was a national highway.Hokkuni Nishi Kaido itself is the currentNational Route 403The prefectural road Nagano Iida Line, which followed this road, was later rerouted along the current Saigawa River and succeeded to National Route 19.

Chronological Table

  • 1885(Meiji18 years)Ministry of InteriorNotification No. 6 "National highway table”, Nakasendo was designated as National Route 7 “another route reaching Kobe Port from Tokyo” (currently via Routes 17, 18, 142, 20, 19, 21, 8 and 1).Among them, the section corresponding to the current National Route 19 is between Shiojiri and Toki.Also, part of the route on the Nagoya side was National Route 10, 'a route from Tokyo to Nagoya Chindai' (via current Route 1, branching off at Atsuta Ward in Nagoya City to Nagoya).
  • 1920(Taisho9 years) oldRoad lawAccording to the route certification based on this, the old Route 7 was almost unchanged as National Route 14 'the route from Tokyo City to the Kyoto Prefectural Capital'.
  • 1934(Showa9 years)- KofuNational Route 8, which had been up toKyotoRoute reaching the capital city (A)", and National Route 14 became a higher-level route between Shimosuwa and Kyoto, which was Route 8.During this time, from Shiojiri City to Nagano City, the prefectural road Nagano Fukushima Line (from Nagano City to Higashi Chikuma CountyHirooka Villageoverlaps with the prefectural road Nagano Iida Line, Higashi Chikuma DistrictSoga VillageFrom Nishichikuma-gunFukushima Townuntil then overlaps with National Route 14), and then1923(Taisho 11), along with the change of the route of the Nagano Iida Line, the Nagano Fukushima Line was also changed to the current route.
  • 1952(27)12/4 - Route designation based on the new road law, including Nagoya - Toki, Shiojiri - NaganoFirst-class national highwayDesignated as No. 19 (Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture - Nagano City, Nagano Prefecture).
  • 1965(40)4/1 --Due to the revision of the Road Law, there is no distinction between first and second grades, and it has become National Highway 19.

Route status

  • Aichi section
OriginAtsuta ShrineAt the south intersection, there is a sign indicating "270 km to Nagano, 37 km to Gifu" (see image).Kasugai CityTo meet the traffic demand with heavy traffic volume of large vehicles[3]Many sections are paved with concrete.In the direction of Nagano, on the right sideAtsuta Shrinewhile looking forward toHorikawaleft bank ofAtsuta Plateaunorthward.This interval isFushimiCalledMarunouchiFive lanes are secured on each side up to the intersection in front of the Bank of Japan.On Fushimi-dori Street, the mileage post of No. 5 ``Tajimi XX km, Kasugai XX km'' and the mileage post 19 ``Gifu XX km, Ichinomiya XX km'' are placed side by side.In addition, on Route 22 inbounds in Nagoya City, guidance is consistently given as ``Toyohashi XX km, Yokkaichi XX km''.Also, from the starting pointJinshanGo underground to Shin-Ogashira intersectionMeijo LineIs running.Kanayama station100 west from mFrom the south at Kanayama ShimbashiTokaido Main Line-Meitetsu Nagoya Main Line-Chuo Main Linestraddle theSanno DoriAt the Kodocho intersection that intersects withNagoya Expressway Central Loop Lineunderpass.Osu DoriFrom the Nishi Osu intersection that intersects with the Nichigin-mae intersection, undergroundTsurumai LineRuns.Wakamiya OdoriBetween the Wakamiya Minami-North intersectionNagoya Expressway Higashiyama Lineunderpass.Turn right at the Nichigin-mae intersectionNational Route 22Divide theNational Route 153The section up to the starting point, the Ogawa intersection, isSakuradoricalled and runs undergroundSakuradori LineTogether, it runs east-west through central Nagoya.Sakura-dori has four lanes on each side.Hisaya OdoriThe Meijo Line that passes through the basement of Hisaya Odori at the intersection ofMeitetsu Seto LineCross with.National Route 41Underpass the Nagoya Expressway Inner Circular Route at the Takaoka intersection, which is the starting point of the route, and proceed east for about 350 m to reach the Ogawa intersection.At the Ogawa intersection, divide Sakura-dori to the east and Route 153 to the south.North of the Ogawa intersection, change course to the northeast,National Route 155intersect withKasugai ICUntil past the east intersection, there are many traffic lights, but the road has three or more lanes on each side.Dive under the Meitetsu Seto Line guard at Ozone, at TenjinbashiYada Riverat Katsukawa BridgeShonai RiverAfter crossing, enter Kasugai City, and at KatsugawaJohoku Line,Ring Line 2(Two ringsKachigawa IC,National Route 302).Kasugai High SchoolUnderground near Mizuho-dori 1-chome intersectionKiso RiverInuyama Water Intake - Nabeya Ueno Water Purification PlantTieNagoya Waterworksof water pipes intersect[4].Beyond Route 155,Utsutsu RiverWhen entering the river basin, the number of roadside buildings decreases, and the water flows smoothly to the city of Tajimi.Route 19 crosses the Uchitsu River in this section.Kozoji New Townpasses just west ofThe Chuo Main Line runs east of Kozoji New Town, does not pass through the Uchitsu Pass, and reaches Tajimi through the valleys of the Shonai River and the Toki River.in KamiyachoAichi waterExceeds the main waterway (Aichi canal is siphoned at the front and back and does not intersect directly with the canal.)[5].Uchitsu Pass on the prefectural border is less than 250m above sea level, but it is located west of the Kitayama Tunnel.snow shedare installed.
  • Gifu prefecture Tono section
2 lanes on each side from past the Kasugai IC east intersection to the east end of the Mizunami bypass and the Kakujo intersection.Although it is a hilly area, there are no tunnels except for the Uchitsu Tunnel on the border of Aichi Prefecture.Until TakenamiToki RiverIn parallel with.
Taita LineThe city area of ​​Tajimi is to the east from around the overpass, and Otowa Town (National Route 248intersection), and Ueno-machi intersections are causing chronic congestion.[6].After crossing the Toki River at the Kokei Ohashi Bridge, crossing the Shinmei Pass, and crossing the Toki River again at the Toki Ohashi Bridge, the train enters Toki City and runs on the right bank of the Toki River.Toki bypassToki Premium Outletsway to (Gifu Prefectural Road 382 Toki Minami Tajimi Inter Line), and there is no congestion related to outlets.From the Gifu area at the Otomi intersectionNational Route 21merge withFrom the north between Toki and MizunamiChuo Expressway, No. 19,Chuo Main LineThe three lines are close enough to fit within a range of 3 m.Although the Mizunami Bypass has more lanes than the old road, it detours around the city area in a detour to the south.Most of the one-lane section between Mizunami and Ena runs parallel to the Chuo Expressway.Crossing Makigane, the watershed of the Shonai and Kiso river basins, and coming to Ena cityMt. Ontake,Japan Central Alpscan be seen.Tono section east of Ena cityMino Mikawa KogenIt is under the influence of Agi River - Okase River - Sakamoto River - Chidan Hayashi River - Nakatsugawa・Yotsume River - Kono River - Ochiai River), so there are many ups and downs, and there are few roadside shops near the watershed.Nakatsugawa ICpast,GeroTo the directionNational Route 257divide theNakatsugawa bypassNakatsugawa StationRegistro street extending from (Gifu Prefectural Road No. 71 Nakatsugawa Stop Line) are crossed over.Mt. EnasanAt the end of the two-lane section of the Nakatsugawa Bypass after crossing the Ochiai River that flows out of the ridge, the road becomes one-lane on each side until the Shiojiri-shi Takade Intersection through Kisoji.OchiaiFrom now onKisojiAndKiso Riverparallel to Nagano prefectural border until 2004 (NakatsugawaOchiai - Yamaguchi), the display on the kilometer post changes from ``○○ km from Nagoya (Atsuta Jingu)'' to simply ``XX km from Nagoya''.Hobo OhashiAfter crossing the Kiso River, you enter Nagano Prefecture.
  • Kiso Section, Nagano Prefecture
From Nakatsugawa CityShiojiriBetween50 speed limit km / hIn Although,Average speeds can exceed 55 km/h[7]commonly"Kiso Expressway"と 呼 ば れ る[8].Chuo ExpresswayOnly 30 to 40 minutes difference from the time of use[8],Mt. Enasan Tunnelis the surcharge (however,2014(26)4/1For the next 10 years, only ETC vehicles have been reduced to the same price as general sections), and vehicles carrying dangerous goods are prohibited.Nakatsugawa ICFrom Route 19 towards NaganoHead directly to Stubhub to view more events and check pricing on ticketsThe reason for this is that it is accessible, and that seven roadside stations have been established as suitable resting places.Many trucks, especially at night[9]Not only does it cause noise and vibration caused by driving, but also tilting and rear-end collisions with vehicles in front, head-on collisions with oncoming vehicles, and illegal racing.Motorcycle gangThere is dangerous driving such as (especially in the climbing lane section), resulting in a high mortality rate and long road closures.[8].As a countermeasure, the movement of the "Kiso Kame Club" formed by related organizations, the flickering of the hazard lamps to prevent rear-end collisions with the following vehicles when stopping at a traffic light, etc., and the promotion of the use of the Chuo Expressway. There isIn addition, almost all sections are closed when the amount of rain exceeds a certain amount, so residents along the route are always in danger of becoming isolated islands on land.At the Azumabashi intersection in Nagiso TownTsumagojuku-(I.e.To the directionNational Route 256at the Kamiya entrance intersection south of the Yamabuki Tunnel, which is the boundary between Kiso Town and Kiso Village.InaTo the directionNational Route 361Divide.Torii PassIt is the highest point (approximately 19 m) on National Route 995 and is located on the Pacific Ocean side (Kiso RiverBasin), Sea of ​​Japan side (Shinano Riverwatershed).Until the Heian period, Torii Pass wasMinoShinanowas the border ofAfter entering Shiojiri City,Horse washUntilNarai RiverIn parallel with.Matsumoto basinAs you enter, the vineyards become prominent.Shinonoi LineIf you overpass the roadside shops will increase.Route 153, which splits at the Ogawa intersection in Higashi Ward, Nagoya City at the Takade intersection,Nihonbashiextend fromNational Route 20bump into
In the Kiso area, to prevent disasters and improve the environment along the railway line, improvements were made to the bridge (opened on March 2014, 3).[10]) and improvement of Sakurazawa (since 2007).
AM radio retransmission in the tunnel in the Kiso sectionNHK Nagano第 1(Kiso Fukushima Station and Okuwa Station) and someCBC Radio1053 kHz andNHK No. 2only, no relay stationSBChas not been resent.
  • North of Shiojiri, Nagano Prefecture
The Nagano section has one lane on each side, excluding areas near the Shiojiri Kita Interchange, the Nagano Minami Bypass, and the city center of Nagano City.From the Takade crossing north to MatsumotoTagawaand TagawaNarai RiverAfter the confluence of the Narai River and the Narai River up to the border of Azumino City,Azusa RiverAfter joining, until Nagano citySaikawaand parallel to each other.Chronic traffic jams occur from the Takade intersection to Matsumoto city.as a detourNagano ExpresswayorMatsushio wide area farm roadからNagano Prefectural Road No. 48 Matsumoto Circular Takaya Lineis available.About 3 m south of the Nagisa 200-chome intersection in Matsumoto City (Matsumoto Police Stationnear) inAlpico Traffic Kamikochi LineDive the guard of.At the Nagisa 1-chome intersectionKamikochiTo the directionNational Route 158and to Matsumoto city areaNational Route 143at the Hiraseguchi intersection(I.e.To the directionNational Route 254, Hotaka, Azumino CityOmachi-White horse-ItoigawaTo the directionNational Route 147divide theThe section from Miyabuchi intersection to Akashina in Azumino City is mountainous in the east and flat in the west.Turn at the Kido intersection in Akashina,Shinonoi Line・Parallel to Nagano ExpresswayNational Route 403Dividing theNagano BasinThe number of cars and houses decreases as we enter the valley of the Saigawa River.The section along the Sai River is often designated as an advance traffic regulation section, and because the standard rainfall is low, traffic regulation is often enforced. Since March 2021, 3, road subsidence, which is seen as a precursor to landslides, has occurred, and road closures have been implemented for a long period of time.[11].Olympic Road from the direction of Hakuba in Sasadaira, Nagano City (Nagano Prefectural Road No. 31 Nagano Omachi Line).At the Komatsubara Tunnel West Intersection, it becomes a branch to the bypass and the city center of Nagano City."non-bypass"crosses the Sai River and passes along the left bank of the Sai River.AmoriからNagano StationTo the vicinityShin-Etsu Main Line-Hokuriku Shinkansenparallel toAbout 500 m southwest of Nagano StationNakagoshoThe section extending north and south from the intersection to the prefectural office intersection isPrefectural officeIt is called and has two lanes on each side.From the prefectural office intersection to the end point ・NishiowaribeThe section extending east and west to the intersection isShowa streetIt is called , and has two lanes on each side.Zenkoji TempleOmotesandoChuo-doriThe Shintamachi intersection that intersects withscramblingHas been done.Shiyakusho-mae Stationrun underground at an intersectionNagano Electric Railway Nagano Lineintersect withBetween Shiyakusho-mae and Fire Department-mae intersectionsShinano RailwayNorth Shinano Line・Underpass the Hokuriku Shinkansen.At the Nishi-Owaribe Intersection, the last stopNational Route 18bump intoNagano Minami Bypassruns east-west on the right bank of the Sai River after passing through the Komatsubara Tunnel.Underpass the Shinetsu Main Line/Hokuriku Shinkansen from the west at Kawanakajima.InariThe road east of the west intersection has two lanes on each side.end of(I.e.At the south intersection, you will hit Route 18.

bypass

alias

street

Urban area

  • Fushimi(Atsuta Ward, Naka Ward, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture)
  • Sakuradori(Naka Ward, Higashi Ward, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture)
  • Aoicho Line (Higashi Ward, Kita Ward, Nagoya City, Aichi Prefecture)
  • Prefectural office(Nagano City, Nagano Prefecture)
  • Showa street(Nagano City, Nagano Prefecture)

Overlapping section

  • National Route 22(Aichi Prefecture, Nagoya City, Atsuta Ward, Atsuta Shrine South Intersection-Nagoya City, Naka Ward, Bank of Japan Intersection)
  • National Route 21(Gifu Prefecture Toki City Otomi Intersection - Mizunami City Yamanouchi Intersection)
  • National Route 257(Ena City, Gifu Prefecture Masaie Intersection - Sentanbayashi Nakatsugawa City)
  • National Route 256(Nakatsugawa City, Gifu Prefecture)YasakabashiIntersection-Azumabashi intersection, Nagiso-machi, Kiso-gun, Nagano Prefecture)
  • National Route 361(Fukushima, Kiso-cho, Kiso-gun, Nagano prefecture, Kiso Ohashi intersection - Ozawahara, Kiso-cho, Kiso-gun, Kamiya entrance intersection)
  • National Route 403(Matsumoto City, Nagano Prefecture, Nagisa 1-chome intersection - Azumino City, Kido intersection)

Road facilities

Main structure

  • Tenjinbashi (Nagoya City Kita Ward - Moriyama Ward,Yada River
  • Katsukawa Bridge (Moriyama Ward, Nagoya City - Kasugai City,Shonai River
  • Kitayama Tunnel (Kasugai City)
  • Uchitsu Tunnel (Kasugai City - Tajimi City)
  • Kokei Bridge(Tajimi City,Toki River
  • Toki Bridge (Toki City, Toki River)
  • Oda Bridge (Mizunami City, Toki River)
  • Shintou Bridge (Mizunami City, Toki River)
  • Ena Bridge (Ena City,Agi River
  • Nakatsugawa Bridge (Nakatsugawa City,Nakatsugawa
  • Shimo Ohashi Bridge (Nakatsugawa City - Nagiso Town,Kiso River
  • Shinshibo Tunnel (Nagiso Town)
  • Nagiso Bridge (Nagiso Town, Kiso River)
  • Nojiri Tunnel (Okuwa Village)
  • Inagawa Bridge (Okuwa Village, Inagawa)
  • Agematsu No. 1 Tunnel (Agematsu Town, Agematsu Bypass)
  • Agematsu No. 2 Tunnel (Agematsu Town, Agematsu Bypass)
  • Agematsu No. 3 Tunnel (Agematsu Town, Agematsu Bypass)
  • Agematsu Ohashi(Agematsu Town, pier improvement, Kiso River)
  • Kakehashi Tunnel (Agematsu Town, pier improvement)
  • Kakehashi Bridge(Agematsu Town - Kiso Town, crossing improvement, Kiso River)
  • Fukushima Tunnel (Kiso Town)
  • Torii Tunnel (Kiso Town - Shiojiri City, Torii Bypass)
  • Ozawa Bridge (Shiojiri City)
  • Ochiai Bridge (Matsumoto City, Matsumoto Bypass,Tagawa
  • Kido Bridge (Azumino City,Saikawa
  • Mutsumi Bridge (Azumino City - Ikusaka Village, Sai River)
  • Ikezawa Tunnel (Ikusaka Village)
  • Ikusaka Tunnel (Ikusaka Village, Ikusaka Bypass)
  • Niiyama Seiji Bridge (Ikusaka Village, Sai River)
  • Kodama Bridge (Omachi City - Nagano City, Sai River)
  • Kawaguchi Bridge (Nagano City, Sai River)
  • Okihara Bridge (Nagano City, Saigawa)
  • Hina Bridge (Nagano City, Saigawa)
  • Ohara Bridge (Nagano City, Saigawa)
  • Hokari Bridge (Nagano City, Sai River)
  • Shinkumeji Tunnel (Nagano City)
  • Mizushino Bridge (Nagano City, Saigawa)
  • Daianji Bridge (Nagano City, Saigawa)
  • Sasadaira Tunnel (Nagano City)
  • Meiji Bridge (Nagano City, Saigawa)
  • Inugatoshi Tunnel (Nagano City)
  • Ryogun Bridge (Nagano City, Saigawa)
  • Susobana Bridge (Nagano City,Susobana River
  • Komatsubara Tunnel (Nagano City, Nagano South Bypass)
  • Inasato Viaduct (Nagano City, Nagano South Bypass)

Road Station

Advance traffic regulation section

  • Between Yamaguchi, Nakatsugawa City, Gifu Prefecture and Yodomi, Nagiso Town, Kiso District, Nagano Prefecture Closed if continuous rainfall is 150 mm or more
  • In Yabuhara area, Kiso Village, Kiso District, Nagano Prefecture Closed if continuous rainfall is 170 mm or more[12]
  • Nodaira (Ikezawa, Ikusaka Village, Higashichikuma-gun, Nagano Prefecture - Ooka Kou, Nagano City), Nagano City, Shinshu Shinmachi Hibara, Mizuuchi, Akiko (Akiko Shinonoi - Koichi) Closed if continuous rainfall is 130 mm or more[13]

Traffic regulationSee

Geography

Municipality to pass through

Crossing road

General highways/highways

Chubu Regional Development Bureau jurisdiction

Kanto Regional Development Bureau jurisdiction

Prefectural roads, ordinance-designated city roads

Main pass

  • Uchizu Pass(Elevation 230 m): Kasugai City, Aichi Prefecture - Tajimi City, Gifu Prefecture
  • Torii Pass(Elevation 1,000 m): Kiso Village, Kiso District, Nagano Prefecture - Shiojiri City, Nagano Prefecture

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注 釈

  1. ^ Notation based on the Cabinet Order of March 2004, 3 (Cabinet Order No. 19 of March 16, 3), which is the last revision date of the Cabinet Order designating general national highway routes.
  2. ^ Gifu Prefecture on February 2005, 2Nakatsugawaand Yue Prefecture merged.
  3. ^ a b On November 2005, 11, it merged with Kiso Fukushima Town, Higi Village, Kaida Village, and Mitake Village.KisoBecomes
  4. ^ On October 2005, 10, it merged with Toyoshina Town, Hotaka Town, Horigane Village, and Misato Village.AzuminoWas launched.
  5. ^ XNUM X Year X NUM X Month X NUM X DayNagano cityincorporated into.It becomes the Shinshu Shinmachi district of the same city.
  6. ^ a b c d e f As of July 2020

Source

  1. ^ "Ordinance specifying the route of general national highways (March 40, 3 Ordinance No. 29)". e-Gov Law Search. Ministry of Internal Affairs and CommunicationsAdministration Bureau. April 2019, 10Browse.
  2. ^ a b c d e f "Table 26 Current State of Roads by Route and by Prefecture of General National Roads Page white excel.png (Microsoft Excel.Xls)". Road Statistics Annual Report 2021. Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and TourismRoad Bureau. April 2022, 3Browse.
  3. ^ Digger No5
  4. ^ Water Trip -Water Distribution System-
  5. ^ 17.Upstream management office management range map (Ogami Tunnel - Kamawari Tunnel)
  6. ^ IV Traffic Survey
  7. ^ Theoretical Analysis of Speed ​​Control Effect on Arterial Roads
  8. ^ a b c d "Departing from Kiso/National Route 19 running through the mountains/Surge in trucks, series of accidents". Asahi Shimbun(Morning publication) (Asahi Shimbun): p. 33. (March 2003, 6) 
  9. ^ In 1999, traffic volume was 1 vehicles per day and 16,900% of nighttime traffic. %was a large vehicle[8].
  10. ^ The crossing improvement will open on March 3th (Sat)!Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Chubu Regional Development Bureau Iida National Highway Office February 2014, 2 (viewed February 5, 2014)
  11. ^ "We will continue the road closure in progress at Shinshu Shinmachi Mizuuchi, Nagano City, Route 19. [2nd Report] | Press Release | Kanto Regional Development Bureau, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism". www.ktr.mlit.go.jp. April 2021, 4Browse.
  12. ^ Roads in Nagano Prefecture 2013 P25. Impassable sections, etc.
  13. ^ "Advance traffic regulation | Nagano National Highway Office | Kanto Regional Development Bureau, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism". www.ktr.mlit.go.jp. April 2021, 4Browse.

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