|Osaka Monorail Saito Line|
|Termini|| Bampaku-kinen-kōen Station |
|Line length||6.8 km (4.2 mi)|
Osaka Monorail Saito Line (大阪モノレール彩都線, Ōsaka Monorēru Saito sen) is the monorail route of the Osaka Monorail which runs from Banpaku-Kinen-Koen in Suita, Osaka Prefecture to Saito-nishi Station. The line opened in two stages - on October 1, 1998, from Bampaku-kinen-koen Station to Handai-byoin-mae Station, and on March 19, 2007, to Saito-nishi Station, in Ibaraki, about a kilometer from the Osaka University of Foreign Studies in Minoh. The branch is 6.8 km (4.2 mi) long.
An extension was planned north of Saito-nishi Station, but plans were dropped on January 27, 2017 due to a lack of profitability as the zoning around the proposed extension was switched from residential to industrial.
|Station name||Japanese||Distance (km)||Connecting line||Location|
|17||Bampaku-kinen-kōen||万博記念公園||-||0.0||Osaka Monorail Main Line||Suita|| Osaka|
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