Passover is around the corner and we have collected several transit changes that are worth getting to know about during the holiday.
Service During Passover – Buses, Israel Railways, Rachbalit
On Passover Eve (April 5) and on the 2nd Passover Eve (April 11), public transportation will operate according to a Friday schedule.
On the Passover holiday (April 6) and the 2nd Passover (April 12) the lines will operate according to a Saturday schedule.
During Hol Ha’Moed, public transportation will generally operate and there will be additional service on some lines. To see your line schedule, search your line number in the ‘Lines’ tab.
Israel Railways: Passover Eve, April 5th, and 2nd Passover Eve, April 12th
- Trains will operate from 6:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. based on Friday schedules including additional service with a frequency of two trains per hour (instead of one) on the Haifa-TLV line, and trains will also operate at Be’er Sheva, Ofakim, Nativot, Sderot and Dimona stations.
Passover, April 6th and 2nd Passover, April 13th
- Trains will operate from 21:00 – 00:00 based on Saturday evening schedules including additional service with a frequency of two trains per hour (instead of one) on the Haifa-TLV line, and trains will also operate at Be’er Sheva, Ofakim, Netivot, Sderot and Dimona stations.
Hol Ha’Moed, April 9-10
During Hol Ha’Moed trains will be operated according to a weekday schedule including additional service. The route of train no. 30 will be extended and will depart from Be’er Sheva Central Station at 09:14 and end its ride at Haifa Central Station at 12:23 (instead of Tel Aviv Savidor Central Station).
In addition, the route of train no. 37 will be extended and will depart from Haifa Hasmona Central Hasmona Station (instead of Tel Aviv Savidor Central Station) at 2:02 PM and will end its ride at Be’er Sheva Central Station at 3:30 PM.
Celebrate Passover With The Night Lines
During Passover, between March 28 and April 12, all bus night lines will operate countrywide.
Travel with Naim Busofash and Sababus Ramat Gan
The schedules and routes are available in the ‘Lines’ tab and in Trip Planner
Moovit is updated with the latest changes that are being published by the bus operators and the Ministry of Transportation.
Safe travels and Happy Passover
The Moovit team