The Low Moor facility is the result of a 10.8 million pound investment.
A new railway station opens in Bradford this morning, to better connect the city to both Halifax, and eventually the South of the country.
The £10.8 million Low Moor Rail Station is on the Calder Valley line and will mainly run services to Halifax - although trains to London will stop there later this year.
Station facilities include lifts and modern waiting shelters with seating, lighting and CCTV customer information screens.
Low Moor is West Yorkshire's third new station to open since December 2015.
Organisers say it will provide strategic economic and social benefits and will serve local residents and businesses in Low Moor, Oakenshaw and Wyke.
The station will be used by people living and working in the surrounding residential and industrial areas and its proximity to the M62/M606 will attract park & ride users.