Komada Station

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Station building

Komada Station (狛田駅 Komada-eki?) is a railway station in Seika, Kyoto, Japan.

Line[edit]

Layout[edit]

The station has two side platforms with 4-car length, serving a track each. Surrounded by train crossings, there is no extending platforms. Entrances are located on the south and north sides of the northbound platform and connected to the southbound one via the underground passage. In addition, the extra exit opened on weekday mornings for Kyoto Kogakkan High School students is located on the south side of the southbound platform, and is also opened in the other hours for wheelchair users getting on and off the trains.

1 Kyoto Line Southbound (for Shin-Hosono, Yamato-Saidaiji, Nara, Tenri and Kashiharajingu-mae)
2 Kyoto Line Northbound (for Shin-Tanabe, Tambabashi, Takeda and Kyoto)

History[edit]

  • 1928 - The station opens as a station of Nara Electric Railroad
  • 1963 - NER merges and the station becomes part of Kintetsu
  • 2007 - Starts using PiTaPa

Surrounidngs[edit]

Adjacent stations[edit]

« Service »
Kintetsu Kyoto Line
Kintetsu Miyazu   Local   Shin-Hōsono
Express: no stop


Coordinates: 34°46′50.37″N 135°47′21.76″E / 34.7806583°N 135.7893778°E / 34.7806583; 135.7893778