A narrow-width power-invariant inductive power transfer system (IPTS) along the driving direction is newly proposed in this paper. The conventional I-type power supply rail for on-line electric vehicles (OLEVs) has a very narrow power supply rail with 10-cm width and exposes pedestrians to a very low electromagnetic field due to its alternatively arranged magnetic poles along the driving direction of electric vehicles; however, it has a major drawback: Sinusoidal variation of the induced pick-up voltage depending on pick-up positions on the power supply rail along driving direction. To overcome this disadvantage, a dq-power supply rail fed by two high-frequency ac currents of the d-phase and q-phase is introduced in this paper. The d-phase and q-phase magnetic poles are alternatively arranged in a line; hence, the induced voltage of a pickup becomes spatially uniform. The power invariant characteristic of the proposed IPTS for OLEV has been verified by analysis, simulations, and experiments. A practical winding method is suggested as well.