Keio Sagamihara Line

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Keio Sagamihara Line
Model 8020 of Keio Electric Railway.JPG
An 8000 series EMU at Keio-Tama-Center Station in May 2006
Native name京王相模原線
TypeCommuter rail
LocaleTokyo, Kanagawa prefectures
OwnerKeio Corporation
Line length22.6 km (14.0 mi)
Track gauge1,372 mm (4 ft 6 in) Scotch Gauge
Electrification1,500 V DC
Operating speed110 km/h (70 mph)

The Keio Sagamihara Line (京王相模原線, Keiō-sagamihara-sen) is a Japanese railway line operated by the private railway operator Keio Corporation, connecting Hashimoto Station in Sagamihara, Kanagawa Prefecture and Chōfu Station in Chōfu, Tokyo.

Station list[edit]

Rapid and Semi express services stop at all stations on this line.

No. Station Japanese Distance (km) Express Semi Special Express Special Express Transfers Location
KO-18 Chōfu 調布 - 0.0 15.5 O O O Keio Line (most trains through to Shinjuku) Chōfu Tokyo
KO-35 Keiō-Tamagawa 京王多摩川 1.2 1.2 16.7 |[Note 1] |[Note 1] |[Note 1]  
KO-36 Keiō-Inadazutsumi 京王稲田堤 1.3 2.5 18.0 O O O JN Nambu Line (Inadazutsumi) Tama-ku, Kawasaki Kanagawa
KO-37 Keiō-Yomiuri-Land 京王よみうりランド 1.4 3.9 19.4 |[Note 1] |[Note 1] |[Note 1]   Inagi Tokyo
KO-38 Inagi 稲城 1.6 5.5 21.0 | | |  
KO-39 Wakabadai 若葉台 3.3 8.8 24.3 | | |   Asao-ku, Kawasaki Kanagawa
KO-40 Keiō-Nagayama 京王永山 2.6 11.4 26.9 O O O Odakyu Tama Line (Odakyū-Nagayama) Tama Tokyo
KO-41 Keio-Tama-Center 京王多摩センター 2.3 13.7 29.2 O O O Odakyu Tama Line (Odakyu-Tama-Center)
Tama Toshi Monorail Line (Tama-Center)
KO-42 Keiō-Horinouchi 京王堀之内 2.3 16.0 31.5 | | |   Hachiōji
KO-43 Minami-Ōsawa 南大沢 2.2 18.2 33.7 O O O  
KO-44 Tamasakai 多摩境 1.9 20.1 35.6 | | |   Machida
KO-45 Hashimoto 橋本 2.5 22.6 38.1 O O O Midori-ku, Sagamihara Kanagawa
  1. ^ a b c d e f Trains stop during special events only.


The line opened as a one-stop single-track spur from Chōfu to Keio-Tamagawa on June 1, 1916, electrified at 600 V DC, and was double-tracked on April 1, 1924. On May 1, 1937, Tamagawara was renamed Keiō-Tamagawa, and on August 4, 1963, the voltage was increased to 1,500 V DC.[citation needed]

The line was extended (all extensions were electrified dual track) on April 1, 1971, to Keiō-Yomiuri-Land. Subsequent extensions brought the line to Keiō-Tama-Center (October 18, 1974), Minami-Ōsawa (May 22, 1988) and Hashimoto (March 30, 1990). Tamasakai station opened on April 6, 1991.[citation needed]

In 2012, the Chofu to Tamagawahara section was relocated underground.

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This article incorporates material from the corresponding article in the Japanese Wikipedia.

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