Lehavim–Rahat railway station

Lehavim–Rahat
תחנת הרכבת להבים - רהט
Israel Railways
Lehavim–Rahat train station in construction.jpg
General information
Coordinates31°22′11″N 34°47′53″E / 31.3698°N 34.7981°E / 31.3698; 34.7981Coordinates: 31°22′11″N 34°47′53″E / 31.3698°N 34.7981°E / 31.3698; 34.7981
History
Opened24 June 2007; 15 years ago (2007-06-24)
Passengers
2019438,867[1]
Rank54 out of 68
Station layout: Platform 1 – Red ; Platform 2 – Black

The Lehavim–Rahat railway station is a station on the Israel Railways lines between Tel Aviv (and points north) and Beersheba, located near Lehavim Junction. The station was opened on June 23, 2007. It serves the suburb of Lehavim and the Bedouin city of Rahat.[2]

The station was briefly renamed to Lehavim Railway Station, or Lehavim Center Railway Station,[3] although Rahat was added back to the name after a campaign led by Rahat's mayor, Talal al-Karnawi.

Station lines

Nahariya–Beersheba line
Nahariya
Akko
Kiryat Motzkin
Kiryat Haim
HaMifratz Central Haifa Bay central bus station Cable car
Haifa Central HaShmona Carmelit ferry/water interchange
Haifa Bat Galim
Haifa Hof HaCarmel Haifa Hof HaCarmel central bus station
Herzliya
Tel Aviv University
Tel Aviv Savidor Central
Tel Aviv HaShalom
Tel Aviv HaHagana
Lod
Ramla
Mazkeret Batya
Kiryat Mal'akhi – Yoav
Kiryat Gat
Lehavim–Rahat
Be'er Sheva North
Be'er Sheva Central
Israel Rail Lines Map

References

  1. ^ "2019 Freedom of Information Law Annual Report" (PDF). Israel Railways.
  2. ^ Lehavim - Rahat station information Archived 2007-10-06 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ news report

External links

  • Israel Railways official website
Preceding station IsraelTrainLogoSymbolOnly.svg Israel Railways Following station
Kiryat Gat
towards Nahariya
Nahariya–Beersheba Be'er Sheva North
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