The station as seen shortly before its opening in 2011.
|Location||Yoseftal Street/Ayalon Highway|
|Opened||25 September 2011|
Bat Yam–Yoseftal railway station is a railway station on the Rosh HaAyin–Beersheba line. It is located at the Yoseftal interchange on the Ayalon Highway, on the border between Bat Yam and Holon, just south of Tel Aviv, Israel.
On most weekday hours there is a train every 30 minutes each direction. On rush hours there is a train every 15 minutes each direction. Some of the southbound trains terminate at Rishon LeZion Moshe Dayan or Ashkelon and do not continue to Be'er Sheva.
Public transport connections
Public transportation is required to access the station as there is no parking nearby the station.
The station is served by bus routes 2A, 6, 43, 87 and 99.
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|Preceding station||Israel Railways||Following station|
|Towards: Rosh HaAyin North
|Rosh HaAyin–Tel Aviv–Rishon LeZion–Ashkelon–Be'er Sheva
|Towards: Be'er Sheva Center |
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