Jerusalem Malha Railway Station

Jerusalem Malha Railway Station
Jerusalem Malha Railway Station
תחנת הרכבת ירושלים מלחה
Israel Railways
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Address Israel Jerusalem, Israel
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Opened June, 2005

Jerusalem Malha Railway Station is the main Israel Railways station in Jerusalem. The station is located in the southern neighborhood of Malha, across from the Jerusalem Shopping Mall and Teddy Stadium.


Jerusalem Malha is the terminus of the line. The other Jerusalem station is the Biblical Zoo, with limited stops. Jerusalem Malha was opened on April 9, 2005, when the historic Tel Aviv – Jerusalem line was restored after being out of service for six years. The line needed serious upgrades, including the laying of new tracks. Jerusalem Malha replaced the historic Jaffa–Jerusalem railway station in central Jerusalem, which was not restored due to the objections of area residents over train noise. In 2012, a new high speed train is planned from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem which will terminate at an underground station under the Jerusalem Central Bus Station. There are plans to connect the line from the Jerusalem Central Bus Station to Jerusalem Malha.

Trains from Jerusalem travel westbound to Beit Shemesh, where passengers can catch a train to Ramla, Lod, Tel Aviv, Bnei Brak, Petah Tikva, Rosh Ha'ayin, and Kfar Sava with connecting service to other destinations from Lod and Tel Aviv.

Since February 5, 2006, intercity bus routes to Gush Etzion and the Hebron area stop at Jerusalem Malha Train Station on their way from the Jerusalem Central Bus Station to their destination via Begin Boulevard.

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Towards: Tel Aviv HaHagana
Biblical Zoo
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Inter-city Service
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Head station
Tel Aviv Central
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Tel Aviv HaShalom
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Tel Aviv HaHagana
Junction to right
to Rishon LeZion Moshe Dayan
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Ayalon Highway (20)
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to Tel Aviv South, Jaffa
Straight track
Junction to left
to Ben Gurion Airport
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Highway 1
Straight track
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Junction to right
to Ashkelon
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Highway 431
Junction to right
to Be'er Sheva Central
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Trans-Israel Highway (6)
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Beit Shemesh
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Jerusalem Biblical Zoo
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Jerusalem Malha
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Jerusalem (Khan)
Israel Rail Lines Map

Coordinates: 31°44.885′N 35°11.252′E / 31.748083°N 35.187533°E / 31.748083; 35.187533


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