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|Location||Yarkonim shopping district Petah Tikva, Israel|
It is located in northeast Petah Tikva at the Yarkonim shopping district across the Segula industrial zone and is separated from the rest of the city. The station was opened in 2000 as part of the Tel-Aviv - Rosh ha'ayin line. Initially a temporary structure was used and only a single platform was active, until late 2002 when the final structure was finished and both platforms became active.
The station's location is problematic, as it is contained within a commercial center that was constructed without the proper permits (although the station itself was legally built). As a result, after a series of failed legal appeals the center was closed in 2019, complicating the access to and parking at the station.
|Preceding station||Israel Railways||Following station|
|Towards: Ra'anana West
Rosh HaAyin North
|Hod HaSharon–Tel Aviv–Rishon LeZion–Ashkelon–Be'er Sheva
|Towards: Be'er Sheva Center |
Petah Tikva Kiryat Aryeh
- Chayun, David (2000-05-30). "ממוצ"ש: לוח-זמנים חדש לרכבת, תוספת רכבות וקו מראש-העין לת"א" [From Saturday night: A new time schedule, more trains and a linme from Rosh Ha'ayin to Tel-Aviv]. Globes (in Hebrew). Retrieved 2019-03-10.
- Buso, Nimrod (2017-08-08). "תחנת הרכבת סגולה בסכנה: יצחקי טירפד הסדרת כביש הגישה לאחר סגירת המרכז המסחרי ירקונים" [Segula station in danger: Yitschaki blocked the regulation of the access road after closure of the commercial center]. TheMarker (in Hebrew). Retrieved 2019-03-10.
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