Kintetsu Toba Line - History - Timeline


  • May 1, 1968 - Construction begins.
  • December 15, 1969 - First track opens on Ujiyamada ~ Isuzugawa section.
  • March 1, 1970 - First track opens on Isuzugawa ~ Toba section. Direct service from both Osaka and Nagoya to Kashikojima begins.
  • December 25, 1971 - Second track opens on Ujiyamada ~ Isuzugawa section.
  • April 11, 1975 - Second track opens on Isuzugawa ~ Asama section.
  • December 20, 1975 - Second track opens on Asama ~ Toba section. Bi-directional service begins; Shigō Signal Station is closed.
  • May 30, 2001 - One man (conductor-less) train service begins.

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