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Removal of residual soil

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Oshika Village, Matsukawa Town, Nakagawa Village, and JR Tokai establish "Linear Liaison Association" for full-scale removal of residual soil


 The village of Oshika, the neighboring town of Matsukawa, the village of Nakagawa and JR Tokai, the operator of the project, have established a liaison council for the safety of transporting soil generated by the Linear Central Shinkansen, in order to coordinate the traffic of transporting vehicles in anticipation of the full-scale transport of soil outside of Oshika village in the second half of this year. The meeting was held in Oshika.

Source (Japanese): https://www.chunichi.co.jp/article/254175?rct=nagano
Accessed: May 15, 2021
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Leftover Soil from the Linear-Maglev tunnel constuction on the Site of a Former Waste Yard

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Komakane City, Japan, to Put Leftover Soil from the Linear-Maglev tunnel constuction on the Site of a Former Waste Yard

Summary of a Japanese report on Nagano Nippo Web: http://www.nagano-np.co.jp/articles/78334 Accessed on June 2, 2021

Komakane City has announced at a meeting of the city assembly on June 1 that it will soon sign a basic agreement with JR Tokai in order to study the concrete use of soil generated from the construction of the Linear Maglev line in order to backfill the abandoned waste site in Kamiakasu. In March, the city council held a briefing session for landowners, related wards, and residents' associations on the proposed route for the delivery of soil and the use of the site, and will discuss the specific division of roles with JR.

The former site is about 8,411 square meters. It had been managed by contractors in the city and Nagano City, but had been abandoned for almost 10 years. For safety reasons, the city acquired the land as a donation and has been discussing with JR to use the soil generated to backfill the site.

According to the city government, it intends to turn the site into a "multipurpose plaza-like facility," like a playground, and has received many comments and requests from the participants at the briefing session held in March.

The basic agreement is scheduled to be signed around the end of June. The city plans to confirm that the design and construction will be carried out by the city, and that JR will bear the costs related to the transportation of soil and land development.

Source: Nagano Nippo Web: http://www.nagano-np.co.jp/articles/78334 Accessed on June 2, 2021
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