Starting this week, a reform in Moniot Sherut services will be implemented. At this time, changes apply only to services operating in Tel Aviv but later on will be introduced to services across the country.
❓ What this reform includes
👉🏼 New Moniot Sherut lines and changes to existing lines
👉🏼 Implementation of official timetables
👉🏼 Use of Rav-Kav and credit cards as payment methods
👉🏼 Use of Rav-Kav allows entitled passengers to receive discounts and allows passengers a 90-minutes pass between public transport lines*
👉🏼 Real-Time information regarding Moniot Sherut in Moovit
*The fare for a ride is 6.80, thus a surcharge for a transfer from a bus to a Monit Sherut will apply. There will be no surcharge for a transfer from Monit Sherut to a bus.
ℹ️ Reform implementation in Tel Aviv
We are happy to announce that you can find all information for Moniot Sherut lines 2, 4, 4aleph, 5, 5aleph, and 16 in Moovit.
👉🏼 Line 2 (from Kefar Shalem neighborhood to the beach, via Yad Eliyahu and Allenby st) will operate daily from 06:30 until midnight, at a 10 minute interval
👉🏼 Line 4 (from New Central Station to Reading Terminal, via Allenby and Ben Yehuda) will operate daily from 05:00 until 03:30 the next day, with a 5 minute interval during rush hours and 10 minute interval during the rest of the day. Real-Time is available in Moovit on lines 4 and 4aleph
👉🏼 Line 5 (from New Central Station to Arlozorov Terminal and Bavli neighborhood, via Dizengoff st) will operate daily from 05:00 until 03:30 the next day, with a 5 minute interval during rush hours and 10 minute interval during the rest of the day
👉🏼 No changes will be made to existing Friday evening and Saturday operations procedures