|Indian Railways station|
|Location||Ranchi, Ranchi district, Jharkhand|
|Elevation||657 metres (2,156 ft)|
|Line(s)||Netaji S.C.Bose Gomoh–Hatia main line and Rourkela–Hatia branch line|
|Zone(s)||South Eastern Railway|
Hatia railway station, station code HTE, is the railway station serving the capital city of Ranchi in the Ranchi district in the Indian state of Jharkhand. Hatia Station belongs to the Ranchi division of the South Eastern Railway Zone of the Indian Railways. Hatia railway station is connected to most of the major cities in India by the railway network. It is situated on Ranchi–Rourkela railway section.
Ranchi has trains running frequently to Delhi and Kolkata. The city is a major railway hub and has four major railway stations: Ranchi Junction, Hatia station, Tatisilwai and Namkom. Many important trains start from Ranchi Junction as well.
The major facilities available are waiting rooms, retiring room, computerised reservation facility, reservation counter, vehicle parking, etc. The vehicles are allowed to enter the station premises. There are refreshment rooms vegetarian and non vegetarian, tea stall, book stall, post and telegraphic office. Security personnel from the Government Railway police (G.R.P) and Railway Protection Force (RPF) are present for security. The Railway medical unit providing health facilities is located near Hatia Station. Hatia Station is located close to the bus terminal and domestic airport providing transport to important destinations of Jharkhand.
The three platforms are interconnected with foot overbridges (FOB).
Hatia is a major railway station in Ranchi division of the South Eastern Railway and a terminal station for several trains. Several electrified as well as diesel local, M/E, SF, GR passenger trains also run from Hatia / Ranchi to different destinations of the country on frequent intervals.
Many passenger and express trains serve Hatia Station.
The nearest airports to Hatia Station are: