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Sometimes a train that is seemingly running on time stops for time adjustment. What is that for?
Inquiry ID：OpenFAQ-001371 Latest Update：2017/01/20
In cases where a train following another operating on time is delayed, the interval between the first and the second train gets wider and more passengers than usual get on the second train which results in increased congestion, increased time for boarding and getting off, thus delaying the train even more. In order to prevent this, we adjust the schedule so that the train in front of the one delayed stays longer at the stations, thus allowing more passengers to get on, which enables us to prevent unbalanced congestion and further delays. This way by adjusting the schedule of other trains, we prevent congestion and further delay of the train which generated the delay, prevent delays and unbalanced congestion along the whole line and prevent further delays. Your understanding and cooperation will be truly appreciated.
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