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Using Mobile Phones and NFC for Fare System Access and Payment: A Workshop to Accelerate Transit Applications

Business strategy of Mobile

October 4, 2008 APTA 2008 Annual Meeting

East Japan Railway Company New York Office

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Mobile Suica Agenda 1. Introduction 2. Status of Suica 3. The Key to Growth 4. Third CoreBusiness Tool 5. Conclusion

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Introduction ■ Subject ・Business Strategy of Mobile Suica ■ Summary ・ The Key to Growth : Reliability ・ Mobile Suica: Third Core Business Tool

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Mobile Suica Agenda 1. Introduction 2. Status of Suica 3. The Key to Growth 4. Third CoreBusiness Tool 5. Conclusion

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Railway in JAPAN
JR-Group

Railway Network surrounded all over JAPAN
Railways in Japan Japan Railways Group

207
No. of railway corporations & companies

7
6 passenger & 1 freight companies

JR Group Private companies, LRT Monorail, etc.

Length of network No. of employees

17,073mile 210,557
(engaged in railways)

12,500 mile 129,374
(engaged in railways)

Passengermile

240.9billion

151.4billion

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JR East Business
First core business 【Railway】
・No. of stations: ・Service length :

1,703
7,526.8 total railway lines in Japan

Aomori Higashi-Noshiro Odete Akita Omagari Yokote Shinjo NiigataYamagata Yonezawa Nagaoaka Ishimaki Sendai Morioka Hanamaki Kitakami Ichinoseki Hachinohe

・No. of customers: Approx.

16 million/day

Second core business 【Life-style services】
・Shopping centers: at about 120 locations ・Major retailers: Kiosk (approx. 650) NEWDAYS (approx.410) ・Food & beverages: Becks, Beckers (approx.100) Ajisai Chaya (Soba) (Approx.60), etc. ・Hotel: Approx. 40 and 5,600rooms
Naoetsu

Fukushima Aizuwakamatau Koriyama

(Figures are as of the term ending March in 2008 or of the end of March 2008)

ShinTakasaki Maebashi

Nagano

Nikko

Oyam a

Utsunomiy a Mito

Matsumoto

Iwaki
Ome Taka o Omi ya Tori de Uen Chiba o Yokohama

Shiojiri

Third core business 【Suica】Kofu
Establishing Suica operations as a third pillar of operations (JR EAST 2020VISION “I do mu”) mu

Utsunomiya Shin-Maebashi Takasaki Oyama Mito Omiya Tokyo Narita Chiba Choushi Kisarazu
Atam i

Narita Narita Airport

Hachioji Atami Ito

Toky Tokyo o Ofu na

Odawa ra Ito

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Financial Data Operating Revenue : $ 25.7 billion Operating Income : $ 4.2 billion
Other services(Hotel, Advertisement,Credit card, etc.) 8.8% Shopping centers & office buildings 7.6%
Segment Information

Transportation 68.7%

Station Space Utilization 14.9%

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Passenger Transport Volume
■ Breakdown of transport volume (for the 3rd period of a fiscal year 2006)
(Unit: 1 million passenger km)

Conventio nal lines 25% Other
than commute rpass 43%

Shinkans en 15%

Transport Volume: Concentrated in the Tokyo metropolitan area 61%

Commute Commuter r pass pass 57% 57%

Commuter pass usage: 57%
Tokyo Tokyo metropolitan metropolit area an area 61%

61% Total: 78.8 billion passenger mile
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Transport Patterns
Intercity Transport
Long distance: ~413 mile Longtravel time: ~4 hours ⇒Seating needs ⇒Seat reservation System ⇒MARS
(Multi Access seat Reservation System)
Akita Shinkansen Akita Shinjo Yamagata Shinkansen Sendai Yamagata Niigata Fukushima Gala Yuzawa Echigo Yuzawa Takasaki Nagano Shinkansen Omiya Tokyo Tohoku Shinkansen Hachinohe Morioka Shin-Aomori

Metropolitan Transport
Many passengers: 16 Many trains ⇒needs for congestion reduction...
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