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Yamaman Yūkarigaoka Line

The Yūkarigaoka Line (ユーカリが丘線 Yūkarigaoka Sen) is a Japanese people mover of Yamaman Co., Ltd., the developer of Yūkarigaoka town. The line runs from Yūkarigaoka Station and entire route is in Sakura, Chiba. The line takes a racket-shaped route as shown in the route diagram.

Description

  • Length: 4.1 km
  • Stations: 6
  • Track: single
  • Traction: electric 750 V DC

Operation and stations

All trains stop at all stations, go through the direction as listed below. Connection to other line is only at Yūkarigaoka Station to Keisei Electric Railway Main Line.

Yūkarigaoka line seen from Kōen station

See also

External links

  • (Japanese) Official website


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