|Location||HaMeisav St., Yavne|
|Bicycle facilities||8 spaces|
Yavne railway station (also known as Yavne East) is one of two railway stations in Yavne, Israel. It is on the suburban line Binyamina/Netanya–Tel Aviv–Rehovot/Ashkelon. Yavne East was opened in 1992 and was fully rebuilt in 2009.
Despite the name, the station is located south of the city of Yavne, near the entrance via Highway 42, and adjacent to an industrial area. Five local and intercity bus lines serve the station and the parking lot has 300 spaces.
Yavne East station is located about 3 km south-west of the former Yibna railway station, which opened in 1920 as part of the Lod–Ashkelon railway, operated by Palestine Railways. The former station was located near the village of Al-Qubayba, presently within the moshav Ge'alya east of Yavne.
The other railway station in Yavne, Yavne West, is located in the western part of the city and is situated on the new rail line from Tel Aviv to Ashdod via Rishon LeZion, adjacent to the Yavne Central Bus Station and was opened in 2012.
Facilities present at the station are:
|Preceding station||Israel Railways||Following station|
|Binyamina/Netanya–Tel Aviv–Rehovot/Ashkelon Suburban Service||Towards: Ashkelon |
Ashdod Ad Halom