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|Color on map||(#65c03a)|
|Daily ridership||61,538 daily (FY2016) |
|Opened||1 October 1986|
|Last extension||27 March 2006|
|Line length||18.8 km (11.7 mi)|
|Number of tracks||Double-track|
|Track gauge||1,435 mm (4 ft 8+1⁄2 in) standard gauge|
|Electrification||750 V DC (Third rail)|
|Operating speed||95 km/h (59 mph)|
|Signalling||Automatic closed block|
|Train protection system||WS-ATC|
The Keihanna Line (けいはんな線, Keihanna-sen) is a railway line operated by Kintetsu Railway. There are through trains to the Chūō Line of Osaka Municipal Subway. The line name derives from a kanji acronym formed from Kyoto (京都), Osaka (大阪), and Nara (奈良), but the name is written in hiragana. 
The line is the sole Kintetsu line with a third rail electrification system. Before 2015, it was the only Kintetsu line that had station numbers (the station numbers coming from the Chūō Line).
|↑ Through-service to/from Cosmosquare via the Osaka Metro Chūō Line ↑|
|C 23|| Nagata |
|C24|| Aramoto |
|1.2||Osaka Monorail Main Line (proposed extension)|
|C25|| Yoshita |
|C26|| Shin-Ishikiri |
|C27|| Ikoma |
|C28|| Shiraniwadai |
|C29|| Gakken Kita-Ikoma |
|C30|| Gakken Nara-Tomigaoka |
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