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Changes in Rail service January 3-12

December 31, 2020

Dear passengers,

We have collected for you several updates regarding changes in train service that will take effect starting next week:

Starting Sunday, 3.1.21 until Sunday, 10.1.21, the segment between Tel Aviv HaHagana and Tel Aviv Savidor Center will be closed. 

Therefore:

👉 Northbound trains will end their ride at Tel Aviv HaHagana station

👉 Southbound trains will end their ride at Tel Aviv – Savidor Central station

🚧  Tel Aviv Hashalom, Bnei Brak, Petah Tikva and Rosh HaAyin North stations will be temporarily closed for service

🚌 Free shuttles will run between Tel Aviv HaHagana – Tel Hashalom (under the Azrieli Mall on Menachem Begin Road) – Tel Aviv Savidor Center stations, in both directions from 06:00 until 00:00 between Sundays-Thursdays


Starting Sunday, 10.1.21 until Tuesday, 12.1.21, the segment between Tel Aviv – Savidor Central and Herzliya stations will be closed.

Therefore:

👉 Northbound trains will end their ride at Tel Aviv – Savidor station

👉 Southbound trains will end their ride at Herzliya station

🚧 Tel Aviv University, Bnei Brak, Petah Tikva and Rosh HaAyin – North stations will be temporarily closed to service

🚌 Free shuttles will run between Tel Aviv Savidor Center and Beit Yehoshua, in both directions

Train service is expected to return to normal on Wednesday, 13.1.21.


General public-transit guidelines and a reminder for booking your train voucher

  • Service Hours – On weekdays and Saturday evenings public transportation lines (except Israel Railways) will operate as usual. Israel Railways continues to operate only between Sundays-Thursdays
  • Ride payments on public transportation – on buses, cash payment is not allowed, with the exception of Judea and Samaria residents, visually impaired assistants and senior citizens. Payment can be made via Moovit app and Rav Kav. CLICK HERE to register for payments via Moovit
  • Israel Railways Entry Voucher – For every ride in Israel Railways, an entry voucher must be issued in advance. Please note – if your route is affected by the works mentioned above, you must select the final destination station according to the closure (for example: if you planned to travel from Haifa to Be’er Sheva on 7.1.21, choose Tel Aviv Savidor Center as your destination). More details can be found here.

 

We remind you, that in accordance with the Ministries of Health and Transportation guidelines, it is mandatory to wear a face mask in every ride and not use any public transportation line if having illness symptoms.

Moovit is updated with the latest changes released by the Ministry of Transportation.

 

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Safe Travels 🙂

The Moovit team

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