16 February 2011
| 2 side platforms|
Turkish State Railways
| Polatlı Yüksek Hızlı Tren Garı Yolu, 06900 Polatlı/Ankara, Turkey|
Ankara–Istanbul high-speed railway
Eskipolatlı Mahallesi, 06900 Eskipolatlı Mahallesi/Polatlı/Ankara, Turkey
Bandırma railway station, Ödemiş railway station, Kiremithane railway station, Emiralem railway station, Kayseri railway station
Polatlı YHT railway station Wikipedia
Polatlı YHT railway station (Turkish: Polatlı Yüksek Hızlı Tren Garı) is a railway station serving the Ankara–Istanbul high-speed railway just southeast of Polatlı. The station was opened on 16 February 2011, two years after the opening of the railway between Ankara and Eskişehir, and is the first railway station in Turkey to be dedicated to high-speed rail. Polatlı YHT is served by two tracks via side platforms with two express tracks in middle, as all scheduled YHT trains do not stop at Polatlı.
Mainline trains operating along the Istanbul–Ankara railway do not serve the YHT station, operating into the more central Polatlı railway station.