Starting February 1 2021, public-transit fares will be modified
According to the new model, public-transit fares will be adjusted once a year. The vast majority of fares will be reduced while some of the single trip fares will be slightly increased, due to the rounding of the fare to the nearest half-shekel.
As part of the fare changes, the price for single-trip rides will be modified and the price for monthly and daily passes (Rav Kav) will be reduced. For example, a municipal monthly pass in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Haifa will be reduced from 213 to 208.5 NIS, while a municipal daily pass in these metropolitans will be reduced from 13.5 NIS to 13 NIS.
Single-ride tickets will be modified as a result of the rounding to the nearest half-shekel. For example, a single ride ticket in Ashdod cluster will cost 3.5 NIS, instead of 3.7 NIS, while a single ride ticket in Tel Aviv or Haifa will cost 6 NIS, instead of the current 5.90 NIS.
👉 Payments for public transportation travel via Moovit
Paying for public-transit rides via Moovit? Fare changes will apply also to the new pricing method (by aerial distance). As announced last month, payments via Moovit are calculated according to the new pricing method of the Ministry of Transporation by aerial distance in Kilometers.
* Fares in peripheral areas for an adult profile will remain unchanged (near periphery – 4 NIS and far periphery – 3 NIS).
* The daily cap for Israel Railways-integrated rides has not yet been officially launched.
How can I pay for public-transit rides?
You can pay for your rides easily from within Moovit app (CLICK TO JOIN) or via a pre-loaded Rav-Kav card. On Israel Railways, payment can be made by charging a Rav Kav card in advance or on the Israel Railways website/at the station box office or in cash at the station box office.
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.
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The Moovit team