Get to your Kalpi easily with Moovit ✨

Dear Riders,

On Tuesday, March 23, the Elections for the 24th Knesset will be held.

We have collected for you several updates that you should know about Election Day and how to get to your Kalpi 🙂

Free rides on intercity buses and Israel Railways

To encourage voting, starting 20:00 on the evening of Election Day (March 22) until the end of the service on Election Day (March 23), the Election Committee in cooperation with the Ministry of Transportation will allow free public-transit rides to the general public in 620 intercity buses and all Israel Railways lines.

🚍 On all free bus lines, simply enter without scanning the QR code or paying with Rav Kav.

🚆 On all Israel Railways lines, it is mandatory to issue a free paper ticket at the station.

Find out all the free bus lines here

🚩 All intracity bus lines, the light rail in Jerusalem and any line that does not appear on the list of free lines above will require payment.

Riding to/from Eilat?  Eligibility for free rides to/from Northern Eilat to the Arava junction will require an ID with a residential address in Eilat, or an election notice that indicates a Kalpi station with the passenger’s name on it that should be presented by the passenger at the Egged box office. The ticket will be a round trip for the Elections day only. To issue your ticket, contact Egged’s information center at *2800 * or 03-6948888.

⭐ Simply search in Moovit to find your Kalpi using one of the following:

1) Take a look at the election notice you received in the mail, and track down the “מס’ קלפי” number (the middle square in the image):



2) Enter, insert your ID number + Issue date. After clicking on ‘לאיתור קלפי’, scroll down to see your polling station information:

Now, type in the search box the “מס’ קלפי”. This way you will see available transit options to get to your Kalpi:




If you know your Kalpi’s location, you can also find it directly on the map. Tap on the election icon    and choose the “Navigate” option.


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.


Safe travels 🙂

The Moovit Team