Map of Games’ Influence on Transport

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Map of Games’ Influence on Transport

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Video of walking routes and accessible routes
Around competition venues in other prefectures (general roads)

[Publication of the map]

This map summarizes the influence on roads and railways if nothing is done to reduce traffic through TDM during the Tokyo 2020 Games.

Going forward, transportation measures such as Transportation Demand Management (TDM), Transportation System Management (TSM), and Public Transportation Management will be promoted to balance the smooth running of the Games with economic and urban activities, resulting in an improved transportation environment as presented here.

The 2020 TDM Promotion Project provides information through its website and email magazine, as well as briefings and individual consultation services. We also ask for your assistance in keeping ORN off expressways as much as possible during the Games.

We hope that businesses will use this information to understand the impact of the Games on their own operations and develop action plans, including measures to avoid potential congestion during the Games.

We also hope the public will use this information as a reference when considering road and railway use during the Games.

The map applies to roads and railways between July 24 and August 7, and August 25 and September 4, 2021, and for areas around competition venues, all dates between July 21 and August 8 and August 25 and September 5, 2021.



[Assumptions]

The road map is a summary of impacts “if TSM were implemented without TDM transportation reduction measures” based on certain assumptions such as Games-related vehicle traffic, traffic restrictions around venues, and expressway access adjustments. It is not a prediction of actual traffic conditions during the Games. The railway map is a summary of impacts “if no TDM transportation reduction measures are taken” based on certain assumptions about railway use by general users, spectators, and Games staff during the 2021 Games.

It does not reflect the effect of transportation demand adjustments due to TDM and tolling measures or the status during the opening and closing ceremonies and road races.

* For the inflow adjustments on expressways, the map was prepared assuming that the “Test of Traffic Countermeasures for the Tokyo 2020 Games” was conducted at the same location for a full day on July 24, 2019. If cooperation with TDM is achieved and the traffic volume is reduced, it will be possible to reduce the scale of entrance closures compared to the test, depending on the traffic conditions at the time of the Games.



[Explanation of terms]

  • TDM stands for Transportation Demand Management, and refers to efforts to reduce congestion on roadways and adjust travel demand, including public transportation such as railway, through efficient use of cars and a shift to public transportation
  • TSM stands for Transportation System Management, an advanced operational management measure for transportation supply and demand based on roadway conditions


[Map Update]

We plan to update and reflect various assumed conditions, etc. as needed. Please check the latest version on the website.

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Road and railway

Olympic period
(Posted period: July 24, 2021 - August 7, 2021)
Paralympic period
(Posted period: August 25 - September 4, 2021)
Roads (Expressways and general roads) 01/18/2021 Ver5.0 released Click here
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* This map was created based on the proposed routes announced in January 2021, the session schedule announced in November 2020, and the traffic restrictions announced in December 2020


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Time Slider
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* The time slider is a tool that allows you to visually check the change in impact by time period for the selected date.

Time Slider
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* The time slider is a tool that allows you to visually check the change in impact by time period for the selected date.

Roads (Waterfront area) 03/02/2020 Ver2.0 released Click here

* This map was created based on the proposed routes announced in June 2019, the session schedule announced in December 2019, and the traffic restrictions announced in December 2019


* This map was created based on the proposed routes announced in June 2019, the session schedule announced in January 2020, and the traffic restrictions announced in December 2019

Railroads (Train line, station) 01/18/2021 Ver4.0 released Click here
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Time Slider
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* The time slider is a tool that allows you to visually check the change in impact by time period for the selected date.

Time Slider
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* The time slider is a tool that allows you to visually check the change in impact by time period for the selected date.

The road map is a summary of impacts “if TSM were implemented without TDM transportation reduction measures” based on certain assumptions such as Games-related vehicle traffic, traffic restrictions around venues, and expressway access adjustments.

   

The railway map is a summary of impacts “if no TDM transportation reduction measures are taken” based on certain assumptions about railway use by general users, spectators, and Games staff during the 2021 Games.

 

The road and railway maps are not a prediction of actual traffic conditions during the Games. Also, they do not reflect the effect of transportation demand adjustments due to TDM and tolling measures or the status during the opening and closing ceremonies and road races.

Due to uncertainty about the status of COVID-19 and how spectators will be handled, the railway map does not currently reflect these factors, but will be updated for future conditions as needed.

 

We are updating and reflecting various assumed conditions, etc. as needed. Please check the latest version on the website.

Around competition venues

Olympic period
(Posted period: July 22, 2021 - August 9, 2021)

* This map was created based on the proposed routes announced in January 2021, the session schedule announced in November 2020, and the traffic restrictions announced in December 2020

Paralympic period
(Posted period: August 26 - September 6, 2021)

* This map was created based on the proposed routes announced in January 2021, the session schedule announced in August 2020, and the traffic restrictions announced in December 2020

Around competition venues Olympic period:
01/18/2021 Ver5.0 released
Paralympic period:
01/18/2020 Ver4.0 released
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Overlay tool

Olympic period
(Posted period: July 24, 2021 - August 7, 2021)

* “Roads” and “Around the competition venues” in this map were created based on the proposed routes announced in June 2021, the session schedule announced in November 2020, and the traffic restrictions announced in December 2020

* “Railway” in this map was prepared based on the session schedule announced in November 2020

Paralympic period
(Posted period: August 25 - September 4, 2021)

* “Roads” and “Around the competition venues” in this map were created based on the proposed routes announced in June 2021, the session schedule announced in August 2020, and the traffic restrictions announced in December 2020

* “Railway” in this map was prepared based on the session schedule announced in August 2020

Overlay tool Olympic period:
01/18/2020 Ver5.0 released
Paralympic period:
01/18/2020 Ver4.0 released
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 The overlay tool allows you to freely customize and review the information displayed in the “Road”, “Railway” and “Around the competition venues” sections.



Public Access to Map of Games’ Influence on Transport Data

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On this website, you can download digital and graphical data related to roads, railways, areas around the competition venues, traffic measures and other information in the Map of Games’ Influence on Transport.


Last updated: March 29, 2021

Update History

Video of walking routes and accessible routes

[Olympic period]

* This map was created based on the proposed routes announced in January 2021 and the session schedule announced in November 2020.

01/18/2021 Ver3.0 released
Around competition venues
2021 Olympic Stadium /
Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium
Yoyogi National Stadium Nippon Budokan Tokyo International Forum Kokugikan Arena Equestrian Park Tokyo Stadium /
Musashino Forest Sport Plaza
Musashinonomori Park Ariake Arena Ariake Gymnastics Centre /
Ariake Urban Sports Park
Ariake Tennis Park Odaiba Marine Park /
Aomi Urban Sports Park
Oi Hockey Stadium Kasai Canoe Slalom Centre Tokyo Aquatics Centre /
Tatsumi Water Polo Centre (entry)
Yumenoshima Park Archery Field /
Tatsumi Water Polo Centre (exit)
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August 8 (Sun) Video Video Video Video Video Video

[Paralympic period]

* This map was created based on the proposed routes announced in January 2021 and the session schedule announced in August 2020.

01/18/2021 Ver3.0 released
Around competition venues
2021 Olympic Stadium /
Tokyo Metropolitan Gymnasium
Yoyogi National Stadium Nippon Budokan Tokyo International Forum Equestrian Park Musashino Forest Sport Plaza Ariake Arena Ariake Gymnastics Centre Ariake Tennis Park Odaiba Marine Park /
Aomi Urban Sports Park
Tokyo Aquatics Centre Yumenoshima Park Archery Field
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August 27 (Fri) Video Video Video Video Video Video Video Video Video Video
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August 30 (Mon) Video Video Video Video Video Video Video Video Video
August 31 (Tue) Video Video Video Video Video Video Video
September 1 (Wed) Video Video Video Video Video Video
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September 3 (Fri) Video Video Video Video Video Video Video
September 4 (Sat) Video Video Video Video Video Video Video
September 5 (Sun) Video Video

This map is a summary based on the following basic assumptions about the time periods for spectator and Games-related vehicle traffic on surrounding roads.

◆ Spectators will enter the venue around 90 minutes before the competition begins / Spectators will leave the venue around 30 minutes after the competition ends

Games related personnel (athletes, international federations, media, and all other Games related personnel entering and leaving the venue by car) will enter the venue 2-3 hours before the competition begins.
One hour prior to the start of the competition is set as “busy” time / Games related personnel are expected to leave around 1-2 hours after the competition.

 The map summarizes the impacts that would occur if “no transportation measures” were taken, based on certain assumptions. It is not a prediction of actual traffic conditions during the Games. It does not reflect the effect of transportation measures such as TDM or the status during the opening and closing ceremonies and road races.
 We are updating and reflecting various assumed conditions, etc. as needed. Please check the latest version on the website.

 Regarding Games-related vehicle movement times, the periods when there will be a particularly high number of journeys in and out of the competition venue, even among the “(1) Relatively busy” period, is designated as “(2) Busy”

[Outward trip]

[Return trip]

Around competition venues in other prefectures (general roads)

Around competition venues in other prefectures (general roads)
2021 Saitama Prefecture Chiba Prefecture Kanagawa Prefecture
Around Tsurigasaki Coast Around Makuhari Messe Around Yokohama City Around Enoshima
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General Road ORN: Edited and added to by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government based on base map information and approved (for use) by the Director General of the Geographical Survey Institute R 1JHs 926 in accordance with the Survey Act.