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Haifa-Hof HaKarmel (Razi`el)

Haifa-Hof HaKarmel (Razi`el)

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Station Address: Haifa, Andrei Sakharov

Station Address: Haifa, Andrei Sakharov

Station opening hours

Sun-Thu24 hours

Fridaytill 16:30

Sat' NightFrom 17:30

Cashiers opening hours

Main Entrance

Sun24 hours

Mon-Wed24 hours

Thu24 hours


Sat' Night20:00-23:00

What's on the station

  • Atm

  • Lockers

  • Accessibility for handicapped

  • Ticket machine

  • Cold / hot drinks machines

  • Parking adjacent to the station

  • Food and drinks shop

  • Library

  • piano

  • Bicycle parking

  • Wi-Fi

Accessibility at the station

In general, stations and trains are fully accessible. However, there may be cases that may affect the accessibility of stations and trains. Therefore, to make sure in advance that your travel route is fully accessible, you can call the Customer Service Hotline on *5770.

In addition, in order to assure you of optimal service and pursuant to the Equal Rights for Disabled Persons Regulations, if you require assistance of a staff member when boarding and disembarking from the train at the station, please coordinate with us through the website or through the Customer Service Hotline at *5770. We will make every effort to provide you with the best possible service, even if you have not coordinated with us in advance.

In any case, between 20:00 and 06:00 the following morning, on Saturday nights and also in the case of a group of wheelchair bound passengers traveling (2 persons or more), you are requested to coordinate your trip at least two hours in advance.

For coordination of travel for the disabled

About the station's name

Haifa's Hof HaCarmel station – was named after Shaul Raziel (1928–1993) who served as CEO of the Israel Ports and Railway Authority from 1983–1993.  During the 1980s, in his capacity as CEO of the Ports Authority, Raziel pushed for making Israel Railways subject to the Authority so as to utilize the Authority's budget surpluses for the purpose of developing Israel Railways.  This, after Israel Railways had suffered a continued lack of investment for approximately three decades.  His plan was indeed implemented with the establishment of the Israel Ports and Railway Authority in 1988 followed by extensive investments in renovating and developing the track network.  Old passenger trains were upgraded and new ones purchased while existing stations and tracks were renovated and service beefed up.  Thus the roots were planted for a flow of investment that renewed Israel Railways' status to that of the 'national carrier'.​​