I would like to tell you about one of the hardest transport node in my implementation of Tokyo.
Musashi-Kosugi Station is a railway interchange station located in Nakahara Ward of eastern Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Japan, opened on November 1, 1927.
The area around the station was served by the Nambu (Musashi-Kosugi elevated platform) and Tōyoko lines (Tamagawa, Shin-Maruko) since 1920s, but it took long time to have this integrated Musashi-Kosugi Station in 1945. Since then, the station has functioned as a major transfer point for people residing in Kawasaki who commute to Tokyo.
Although the station was already a major station along the two lines in 1990s, the station started further expansion of its role when the Meguro Line opened in 2000 with direct service to the Tokyo subway lines. The 2010 opening of the new platform for the Yokosuka Line and Shōnan-Shinjuku Line connected the station with many directions in Kantō region, including Narita Airport.
It's part of the transport corridor between Tokyo and Yokohama
You can see the multiple intersection of rail lines Tama River and each other
In contrast to today's reality, I have built a additional platforms for Shinkansen trains and planned subway line of Kawasaki city.
real transport system,