Beit Yehoshua railway station (Hebrew: תחנת הרכבת בית יהושע, Taḥanat HaRakevet Beit Yehoshua) is an Israel Railways passenger station located in Beit Yehoshua and serves the village and the southern part of the city of Netanya, with its large industrial zones, as well as other small communities in the area.
The station mostly serves suburban trains on the Binyamina/Netanya–Tel Aviv–Rehovot/Ashkelon and Netanya–Tel Aviv–Rishon LeZion suburban lines with a total of four stops at the station in each direction per hour at peak times and two stops at off-peak times.
On certain days and times Beer Sheva–Tel Aviv–Haifa–Nahariya intercity trains also make stops at the station.
Platform 1 is used for southbound suburban or intercity trains, platform 2 for northbound suburban or intercity trains, and platform 3 is for used for freight trains and by bypassing trains to reduce delays. The station is situated between Netanya railway station to the north and Herzliya railway station to the south. As of 2016, Sapir station is being constructed between the station and the Netanya railway station.
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towards Rehovot or Ashkelon
|Netanya – Tel Aviv – Beit Shemesh
|Towards: Beit Shemesh |
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