Shin-Keisei Electric Railway
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|Type||Public KK (TYO: 9014)|
|Founded||October 23, 1946|
|Headquarters||Kunugiyama, Kamagaya, Chiba, Japan|
|Key people||Ryōichi Kataoka, President|
|Parent||Keisei Electric Railway|
|Subsidiaries||Funabashi Shin-Keisei Bus
Narashino Shin-Keisei Bus
Matsudo Shin-Keisei Bus
It has the following bus company subsidiaries.
- Funabashi Shin-Keisei Bus
- Narashino Shin-Keisei Bus
- Matsudo Shin-Keisei Bus
After World War II, the ownership of the right-of-way of an uncompleted Imperial Japanese Army military railway line was transferred to Keisei. Shin-Keisei was established as a subsidiary of Keisei in 1946 to construct and operate the line.
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