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|Shintetsu Sanda Line|
|Locale||Kobe, Hyōgo Prefecture|
|Termini|| Arimaguchi |
|Continues as|| Arima Line (from Arimaguchi) |
Kōen-Toshi Line (from Yokoyama)
|Opened||November 11, 1928|
|Line length||12 km (7.5 mi)|
|Track gauge||1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)|
|Electrification||1500 V DC overhead catenary|
The Sanda Line (神戸電鉄三田線, Kōbe Dentetsu Sanda-sen) is a commuter railway line in Hyōgo Prefecture, Japan operated by Kobe Electric Railway. It connects Kobe with its northern suburb, Sanda.
The line is 12.0 kilometres (7.5 mi) long, extending from Arimaguchi in Kita-ku to Sanda, where the line connects with the JR West JR Takarazuka Line/Fukuchiyama Line, although most trains continue past Arimaguchi to Shinkaichi via the Arima Line and Kobe Rapid Railway Namboku Line.
The entire line opened in 1928, 1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in) gauge and electrified at 1500 VDC.
In 1991 the Sanda - Yokoyama section was duplicated,as was the Taoji - Okaba section in 1998.
In November 1995, Special Rapid Express services were introduced to the timetable.
In March 2011, the smoking areas in all Sanda Line stations were removed, and smoking was banned.
Sanda station - The 12 km line to Arima operated from 1915 to 1943.
There are four types of services, each stops at the stations marked "S" and not at those marked "↑" in the table below.
|Station Number||Station||Distance (km)||Local||Semi-Express||Express||Special Rapid|
|All trains continue via the Arima Line to Shinkaichi|
|KB15||Arimaguchi||有馬口||0.0||S||S||S||↑||Arima Line (through train service)||Kita-ku, Kobe|
|KB27||Yokoyama||横山||10.0||S||S||S||S||Koen-Toshi Line (through train service)||Sanda|
|KB29||Sanda||三田||12.0||S||S||S||S||JR West: Fukuchiyama Line (JR Takarazuka Line)|
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