Karmiel railway station

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Karmiel railway station

תחנת הרכבת כרמיאל
front of station
The main entrance of Karmiel station in September 2017
LocationKarmiel
Israel
Operated byIsrael Railways
Line(s)Railway to Karmiel
History
Opened20 September 2017 (2017-09-20)
Passengers
20191,923,674[1]
Rank27 out of 68
Services
Preceding station   Israel Railways   Following station
Terminus   KarmielAkkoKiryat Motzkin - Haifa
Suburban Service
  Ahihud
towards Haifa Bat Galim

The Karmiel railway station (Hebrew: תחנת הרכבת כרמיאל‎) is an Israel Railways passenger terminal in Karmiel, Israel. It is located at the eastern terminus of the Railway to Karmiel (which at its western end connects to the Coastal Railway the at a point just south of Acre (Akko) – where it heads south towards Haifa). The next station to the west is Ahihud. The station (as well as the rest of the Karmiel line) was opened on 20 September 2017.[2][3]

The station is located at the northern entrance to Karmiel, off of Highway 85, and is situated next to the Karmiel central bus station.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2019 Freedom of Information Law Annual Report" (PDF). Israel Railways.
  2. ^ Surkes, Sue (17 September 2017). "New Karmiel-Tel Aviv train line to open, with access for Israeli Arab towns". The Times of Israel. Retrieved 17 October 2017.
  3. ^ "Free Train ride From Karmiel and Ahihud". Israel Railways. 20 September 2017. Retrieved 17 October 2017.

Coordinates: 32°55′25″N 35°17′55″E / 32.92361°N 35.29861°E / 32.92361; 35.29861