|Semboku Rapid Railway Line|
|Owner||Semboku Rapid Railway|
|Termini|| Nakamozu |
|Daily ridership||168,949 (daily 2015)|
|Opened||1 April 1971|
|Line length||14.3 km (8.9 mi)|
|Number of tracks||2|
|Track gauge||1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)|
|Minimum radius||400 m|
|Electrification||1,500 V DC, overhead catenary|
|Operating speed||100 km/h (60 mph)|
The Semboku Rapid Railway Line (泉北高速鉄道線, Senboku Kōsoku Tetsudō-sen) is a railway line in Osaka Prefecture, Japan, operated by the private railway operator Semboku Rapid Railway (泉北高速鉄道, Senboku Kōsoku Tetsudō). The line connects Izumi-Chūō Station and Nakamozu Station, with through operations to and from the Nankai Kōya Line up to Namba Station in southern downtown Osaka.
Along with services inside the line, through trains also operate to the Nankai Kōya Line beyond Nakamozu to Namba.
All stations are located in Osaka Prefecture.
As of 1 April 2016 [update] , the railway operated a fleet of 108 electric multiple unit (EMU) vehicles, all based at Nakamozu Depot.
From 27 January 2017, a new Semboku 12000 series EMU was introduced on Semboku Liner services.
The section from Nakamozu to Izumigaoka opened on 1 April 1971, with 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in) double track and electrified at 600 V DC. The overhead line voltage was increased to 1,500 V DC from 7 October 1973, and the line was extended to Toga-Mikita on 7 December 1973.
The line was extended to Komyoike on 20 August 1977, and to Izumi-Chuo on 1 April 1995.
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