Pendik railway station

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PENDİK
TCDD high-speed and regional rail station
New pendik station.jpg
Pendik station after renovation.
Location Hatboyu Caddesi, Pendik, Istanbul, Turkey
Coordinates 40°52′48″N 29°13′52″E / 40.8801°N 29.231°E / 40.8801; 29.231Coordinates: 40°52′48″N 29°13′52″E / 40.8801°N 29.231°E / 40.8801; 29.231
Owned by TCDD
Platforms 2
Tracks 4
Construction
Structure type At-grade
Parking Yes
Other information
Station code 1609
History
Opened 1 January 1873
Closed 2012-14
Rebuilt 1969, 2012-14
Electrified 29 May 1969
25 kV AC

The Pendik railway station (Turkish: Pendik tren istasyonu) is a railway station in Pendik district of İstanbul, Turkey. It is the current western terminus of the State Railway's premier high-speed service, Yüksek Hızlı Tren as well as the newly implemented Ada Express regional service. The station is 24.05 km (14.94 mi) away from Haydarpaşa Terminal.

Service[edit]

Previous Turkish State Railways Next
Terminus
Yüksek Hızlı Tren
Gebze
Toward Ankara
Gebze
Toward Konya
Ada Express
Gebze
Toward Arifiye