Kobe New Transit

Kobe New Transit

Kōbe New Transit (神戸新交通株式会社, Kōbe Shinkōtsū Kabushiki Kaisha?) is the third-sector semipublic company that runs Port Island Line ("Port Liner") and Rokkō Island Line ("Rokkō Liner") automated guideway transit (AGT) systems in Kobe, Japan. When opened in 1981, the Port Liner was Japan's first urban transport AGT.

In the Surutto KANSAI stored-fare system, the company is represented by the mark KS on the back of farecards.

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