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Hakozaki Line

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Native name  箱崎線
Opened  April 20, 1982
Owner  Fukuoka City Subway
Stations  7
Type  Rapid transit
Track gauge  1,067 mm (3 ft 6 in)
Locale  Fukuoka
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Rolling stock  1000 series, 2000 series, etc.
Line length  4.7 kilometres (2.9 mi)
Terminis  Kaizuka Station, Nakasu-Kawabata Station

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The Hakozaki Line (箱崎線, Hakozaki-sen) is a subway line, which forms part of the Fukuoka City Subway system in the city of Fukuoka, Japan. It connects Nakasu-Kawabata in Hakata Ward with Kaizuka in Higashi Ward, all within Fukuoka. The line's color on maps is blue. Officially, the line is called "Line 2 (Hakozaki Line)" (2号線(箱崎線), Ni-gō-sen (Hakozaki-sen)). Like other Fukuoka City Subway lines, stations are equipped with automatic platform gates, and trains are automatically operated by ATO system.


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Service outline

The line has a through service with the Fukuoka City Subway Kūkō Line. Half of its trains go through the Kūkō Line, while the remainder terminate within the Hakozaki Line. Unlike the Kūkō Line, there is no through service with the JR Chikuhi Line.

Fukuoka Subway

  • 1000 series (since 1982)
  • 2000 series (since 1992)
  • JR Kyushu

  • 103-1500 series (since 1982)
  • 303 series (since 2000)
  • History

    The line opened on 20 April 1982, initially named "Line 2", operating between Nakasu-Kawabata and Gofukumachi. The entire line to Kaizuka was opened on 12 November 1986.


    Hakozaki Line Wikipedia

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