|Location||Em HaMoshavot Rd., Petah Tikva, Israel|
|Opened||3 May 2008|
The Petah Tikva-Kiryat Aryeh railway station is a suburban passenger railway station in Israel, operated by Israel Railways. It is located in the northern Kiryat Aryeh business area and industrial zone of Petah Tikva, and mainly serves commuters from other towns who work in Petah Tikva. The station is adjacent to HaMoshava Stadium. It consists of a passenger hall and two side platforms serving two tracks on the Yarkon railway. Space exists to allow converting the far side platform to an island platform, allowing the station to serve a total of three tracks in the future.
As of 2020, the Tel Aviv Red Line light rail's maintenance depot is being constructed across the tracks from the Kiryat Aryeh railway station, as is a light rail station and a pedestrian tunnel which will allow passengers to transfer between the heavy rail and light rail stations.
- Rothschild, Walter (28 September 2008). "The New Station of Petah Tikva – Kiryat Arie & Tickets" (PDF). HaRakevet (Issue 82): 5. Retrieved 28 August 2010.
|Preceding station||Israel Railways||Following station|
|Towards: Ra'anana West
Petah Tikva Sgula
|Hod HaSharon–Tel Aviv–Rishon LeZion–Ashkelon–Be'er Sheva
|Towards: Be'er Sheva Center |
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