Residents of Jerusalem and the surrounding area,
From July 13 to 15, US President Joe Biden will visit Jerusalem
During the visit, local road closures and traffic disruptions are expected.
King David Street (in the Plummer Square section – Mamila) will remain closed for the entire visit.
Begin Blvd. will remain open during the entire visit.
Between 14: 00-20: 00, Road 1 (TLV-Jerusalem) will be blocked in both directions and the entry/exit from Jerusalem through Ben Gurion Boulevard and HA’Arazim Tunnel will not be allowed. Entry/exit from the city will only be allowed via Route 443.
Blocked streets: Herzl Blvd. from the entrance to the city to Hantke, Bate Street, Zalman Shneor, Herzog (Niyot to Aza), Aza, Keren Hayesod, King George, Agron, King David, Jabotinsky.
Between 10: 45-11: 30 + 13:30 – 14:30 Agron Street will be closed.
From 14:30 to 19:00, Jabotinsky Street in both directions and Keren Hayesod in the direction of Plummer will be blocked.
From 18:00 to 22:00, the following streets will be blocked: Jabotinsky, Keren Hayesod, Agron, King George, Aza, Herzog, A.S Beitar, Golomb.
* Entry and exit from the Benbenisti terminal will be allowed
- Between 08: 00-12: 00, the following streets will be closed: Agron, Jerusalem Brigade, Kariv, King Solomon, IDF Tunnel, Bar-Lev Blvd, Ha’Tzhanhanim, Eshkol Tunnel, Neomi Shemer, University Blvd., Yitzhak Nadiv, Derech Hebron To the Rachel Crossing
- 🚋 The Light Rail will operate between Air Force stations and Givat Hamivtar only
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The Moovit team