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|JR Shin-Sugita station platforms|
(See other stations in Kanagawa)
Yokohama New Transit
|Line(s)||Keihin-Tōhoku Line / Negishi Line, Yokohama Line
Kanazawa Seaside Line
16,361 (Kanazawa Seaside Line) passengers/day 2008
Shin-Sugita Station is served by the Negishi Line, with services inter-running to and from the Keihin-Tōhoku Line and Yokohama Line. The station is 11.1 km from the starting point of the Negishi Line at Yokohama Station and 70.2 km from the northern terminus of the Keihin-Tōhoku Line at Ōmiya Station. Shin-Sugita is also a terminal station for the Kanazawa Seaside Line operated by the Yokohama New Transit Company.
This station consists of two opposed platforms serving two tracks.
|for Kōnandai and Ōfuna|
|for Yokohama, Tokyo, and Ōmiya|
|■Yokohama Line||for Shin-Yokohama, Machida, and Hachiōji|
Kanazawa Seaside Line platforms
|1-2||Kanazawa Seaside Line||for Torihama, Hakkeijima, and Kanazawa-Hakkei|
|Isogo||Keihin-Tōhoku Line—Negishi Line||Yōkōdai|
|Terminus||Kanazawa Seaside Line||Nambu-Shijo|
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The area around Shin-Sugita Station was formerly a rural pocket within downtown Yokohama. The property was developed into a large housing district in the early 1970s. The Japanese National Railways (JNR) Keihin-Tōhoku Line was extended from its former terminus at Isogo Station, and Shin-Sugita Station was opened on 17 March 1970. The line was further extended to Ōfuna Station in 1973. The station came under the management of JR East on April 1, 1987 after the privatization of JNR. A new station building was completed in 1989. On July 5, 1989, the Kanazawa Seaside Line began operations from Shin-Sugita Station to Kanazawa Hakkei. The station building was remodeled in 2007.
- Harris, Ken and Clarke, Jackie. Jane's World Railways 2008-2009. Jane's Information Group (2008). ISBN 0-7106-2861-7
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