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Motomiya joined JR East in 1991 and has held a variety of managerial positions mostly in planning and lifestyle service business fields. From 2007 to 2010, he was a manager of Investment Planning Dept. and Terminal Planning Dept, working as president at JR East Aomori Business-Development Company Co., Ltd. 2010-2013, where his job was to revitalize regional cities through agricultural industrialization by processing, logistics and marketing. The expertise gained on this assignment was instrumental in his appointment as general manager of the Regional Revitalization Division in 2013. Since June 2014, Motomiya has been engaged in the Shinagawa Development Project, currently deputy general manager of the Shinagawa and Life Business Development Division, where his role as project manager is to envision and create new urban environments.

Sessions

  • June 10: The efficient delivery of major rail projects

    The future of urban development - A perspective of a railway operator: Shinagawa Development Project

    JR East is recreating the Shinagawa area, through a redevelopment project, including a new station. We are heading the project partnering with Tokyo metropolitan area authorities, expecting final approval by spring 2019. The Project area is 13ha, to include offices, residences, hotels, and commercial facilities to be completed by 2024 (Phase 1). The new station, to be completed in 2020, will be one of the busiest rail nodes in Tokyo with great competitive potential. We will thus develop the new center where companies and talent from around the world can meet and create new business and culture. Our goal for the project is to create a model of urban development centered on a rail station and realize our vision of Transit-Oriented Development.