Hankai Tramway

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Hankai Tramway Co., Ltd.
Native name
阪堺電気軌道株式会社
Romanized name
Hankai Denki Kidō Kabushiki Gaisha
Type Public-private KK
IndustryTransportation
Founded7 July 1980
Website Official website

Hankai Tramway Co., Ltd. (阪堺電気軌道株式会社, Hankai Denki Kidō Kabushiki Gaisha) is a company which owns two tramway lines in the cities of Osaka and Sakai, Osaka, Japan. The parent company is Nankai Electric Railway Co., Ltd. [1]

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Lines

Hankai Tramway network map Hankai Tramway.png
Hankai Tramway network map

Current

The lines use standard gauge tracks and are electrified at 600 Volts via catenary. [1]

Former lines when owned by Nankai Railway

Rolling stock

Current

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References

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