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Komae Station entrance
|Location||1-17-1 Higashi-Izumi, Komae-shi, Tokyo
|Operated by||Odakyu Electric Railway|
|Line(s)||Odakyu Odawara Line|
|Platforms||2 side platforms|
|Passengers (FY2013)||44,158 daily|
The station has two elevated opposed side platforms with the station building located underneath. There are two additional tracks in between to all for the passing of express trains. The space under the train tracks on either side of the concourse is occupied by commercial facilities and a bicycle parking area.
|1||■ Odakyu Odawara Line||for Odawara, Hakone-Yumoto and Fujisawa|
|2||■ Odakyu Odawara Line||for Shinjuku|
|Odawara Odakyu Line|
Komae Station was opened on May 27, 1927. The station was not included in the initial construction plans for the Odakyu railway line, but local residents successfully campaigned for a station to be built in this neighbourhood.
Throughout the 1990s it was extensively redeveloped as part of the Odakyu Line's track doubling project. Previous to the redevelopment, the platforms were on ground level and linked by an overhead bridge.
In fiscal 2013, the station had an average of 44,158 passengers daily.
The station is surrounded by a suburban commercial district, including a small shopping centre built under the train tracks. Komae City Hall lies to the north of the station.
- 小 田 急 電 鉄 平成17年度1日平均乗降人員・通過人員 (PDF) (in Japanese). Japan: Tokyo Metropolitan Government. Retrieved 17 May 2016.
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