Sagami Railway Izumino Line
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|Sagami Railway Izumino Line|
A 7000 series train on a Local service to Yokohama at Minami-Makigahara station.
|Daily ridership||56,843 (2010)|
|Line length||11.3 km (7.0 mi)|
|Track gauge||1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)|
|Electrification||1,500 V DC overhead catenary|
The Sagami Railway Izumino Line (相模鉄道いずみ野線 Sagami-Tetsudō Izumino-sen?) is a railway in Japan owned by the private railway operator Sagami Railway (Sōtetsu). It connects Futamatagawa in Yokohama to Shōnandai in Fujisawa.
|Station name||Japanese||Distance (km)||Transfers||Location|
|between stations||from Futamatagawa||from Yokohama|
|Futamatagawa||二俣川||-||0.0||10.5||Sagami Railway Main Line (through service)||Asahi-ku, Yokohama|
|Shōnandai||湘南台||2.0||11.3||21.8||Odakyū Enoshima Line, Yokohama City Transportation Bureau Blue Line (Subway Line 1)||Fujisawa, Kanagawa|
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The first section of the line, between Futamatagawa and Izumino, opened on April 8, 1976, with Izumi-chūō station opening on April 4, 1990. A further extension to Shōnandai opened on March 10, 1999.
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