JR Shikoku operates a railway system of 855.2 km. Unlike other JR companies, JR Shikoku discontinued the classification of "Main Lines" and others in the names of its railway lines in 1988. Prior to the change, the Dosan, Kōtoku, Tokushima and Yosan Lines were Main Lines.
Each line is color-coded and labeled with a letter, which is used to assign a station number to each station on the line. For example, Naruto Station on the Naruto Line (labeled N) is numbered N10. Although this method is widely accepted in metro systems in Japan, JR Shikoku was the first JR company to use it.
|n/a||Honshi Bisan Line||本四備讃線||Kojima — Udatsu|
|Y||Yosan Line||Main Line||予讃線||Takamatsu — Matsuyama|
|U||Matsuyama — Mukaibara|
|Branch Line (New Line)||Mukaibara — Uchiko|
|Uchiko Line||内子線||Uchiko — Niiya|
|Yosan Line||Branch Line (New Line)||予讃線||Niiya — Iyo-Ōzu|
|Main Line||Iyo-Ōzu — Uwajima|
|S||Main Line (Old Line)||Mukaibara — Iyo-Ōzu|
|T||Kōtoku Line||高徳線||Takamatsu — Tokushima|
|D||Dosan Line||土讃線||Tadotsu — Kōchi|
|K||Kōchi — Kubokawa|
|B||Tokushima Line||徳島線||Tsukuda — Sako|
|M||Mugi Line||牟岐線||Tokushima — Kaifu|
|N||Naruto Line||鳴門線||Ikenotani — Naruto|
|G||Yodo Line||予土線||Wakai — Kita-Uwajima|
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