[ 2019/01/21 21:15:25 current ]
Choose the date and time.
※We do not issue a delay certificate for any unlinked date or time.
|2019/01/21(Mon.)||We do not issue a delay certificate.|
|2019/01/20(Sun)||We do not issue a delay certificate.|
|2019/01/19(Sat.)||We do not issue a delay certificate.|
|2019/01/18(Fri.)||We do not issue a delay certificate.|
|2019/01/17(Thurs.)||We do not issue a delay certificate.|
|2019/01/16(Wed.)||We do not issue a delay certificate.|
|2019/01/15(Tues.)||We do not issue a delay certificate.|
About Delay Certificate
・Delay certificates cover a period from the time of first train to around midnight.
・A delay certificate is issued when a transit delay is 10 minutes or longer. The delay duration is stamped by every 10 minutes. The certificates for the day are categorized into three periods: (1) the first train to 10:00, (2) 10:00 to 16:00, and (3) 16:00 to around 24:00.
・A certificate will be displayed for 7 days.
・The certificates for the period of (1) will be displayed around 11:00 on the day, (2) around 17:00 on the day, and (3) around 10:00 on the following day.
・Please note that a delay duration on the web certificate can be different from that of a certificate issued at each station.
・The delay certificate provides the maximum delay duration for a certain time period, not a delayed duration for each train. The certificate is not supposed to prove that you are on board a certain train.
・The delay certificate is a proof that there was a delay in transit, and not a proof that any damaged caused by the delay will be compensated.