Astram Line

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A train on the Astram Line (July 2007)

The Astram Line (アストラムライン Asutoramurain?) is a rubber-tired transit system operated by Hiroshima Rapid Transit in Hiroshima, Japan.

History[edit]

Statistics[edit]

  • Total Distance: 18.4 km
  • Number of stations: 22 stations
  • Train length: 6 cars
  • Minimum Headway: 2'30
  • Automatic platform screen doors
  • Power supply: 750 V DC
  • Kobelco AGT (Automated Guideway Transit) system with crew

Stations[edit]

Station Distance (km) Transfers Location
Hondōri 0.0 Hiroden Ujina Line (at Hondori) Naka-ku
Kenchō-mae 0.3 Hiroden Main Line
Hiroden Ujina Line (at Kamiya-cho-higashi or Kamiya-cho-nishi)
Jōhoku 1.4
Shin-Hakushima 1.7 Sanyo Main Line
Kabe Line
Hakushima 2.1
Ushita 2.9 Higashi-ku
Fudōin-mae 4.0
Gion-shinbashi-kita 5.0 Asaminami-ku
Nishihara 6.0
Nakasuji 7.0
Furuichi 7.8  
Ōmachi 8.4 Kabe Line
Bishamondai 9.6
Yasuhigashi 10.6
Kamiyasu 11.4
Takatori 12.0  
Chōrakuji 12.7
Tomo 13.9
Ōbara 14.9  
Tomo-chūō 16.0  
Ōzuka 17.6
Kōiki-kōen-mae 18.4

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