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The Kaigan Line (海岸線 Kaigan-sen?) is one of two lines of the Kobe Municipal Subway. Trains of the line are propelled by linear motors. This is the third linear motor rapid transit line to be built in Japan.
The line was opened on 7 July 2001.
Stations on the Kaigan Line
|Number||Name||Distance between (km)||Distance (km)||Connections|
|-||0.0||Seishin-Yamate Line (Sannomiya: S03)
Hankyu Railway: Kobe Line, Kōbe Kōsoku Line (Sannomiya)
Hanshin Electric Railway: Main Line (Sannomiya)
Kobe New Transit: Port Island Line (Sannomiya: P01)
West Japan Railway Company: Tōkaidō Main Line (JR Kobe Line) (Sannomiya (JR))
|0.5||0.5||West Japan Railway Company: Tōkaidō Main Line (JR Kobe Line) (Motomachi)
Hanshin Electric Railway: Main Line, Kōbe Kōsoku Line (Motomachi)
|1.0||2.3||West Japan Railway Company: Tōkaidō Main Line, Sanyō Main Line (JR Kobe Line) (Kobe)
Hanshin Railway, Hankyu Railway: Kōbe Kōsoku Line (Kosoku Kobe)
|0.9||4.6||West Japan Railway Company: Sanyō Main Line (Wadamisaki Line)|
|0.6||7.9||Seishin-Yamate Line (S09)
West Japan Railway Company: Sanyō Main Line (JR Kobe Line)
- 5000 series (since 2001)
All trains are based at Misaki-Kōen Depot.