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Moovit - Alongside You Throughout Passover 🍷🌸

April 25, 2024

Dear riders,

In celebration of the Passover holiday, Moovit app is assisting you in planning your journey to different attractions using public transit.

Moovit, the leading provider of Mobility as a Service (MaaS), with over 3 million users in Israel, is exploring how you can navigate to family attractions using public transportation with the Trip Planner feature. As part of this exploration, we examined routes from central points to various leisure destinations and their arrival times.

With Moovit, you can plan your arrival times and the most suitable route from your departure point to your destination, incorporating all types of public transportation – buses, trains, light rail, walking, shared scooters, and more.


🌸 Jerusalem

◽ Mahane Yehuda Market – Arrive at Jerusalem’s central station or the Yitzhak Navon Train Station from anywhere in the country. From there, take the light rail line number 1 and get off at the Mahane Yehuda Light Rail Station, followed by a 2-minute walk to Mahane Yehuda Market.

◾ Jerusalem Cinematheque – You can reach Jerusalem’s central bus station or the Yitzhak Navon Train Station from anywhere in the country. For those arriving at the Yitzhak Navon Train Station, it is recommended to continue with line 97 from the ICC / Shazar stop and get off at the HaPa’amon Garden/Bethlehem Road stop, followed by a short 3-minute walk to the cinematheque. For those who prefer to arrive at Jerusalem’s central bus station, it is recommended to take line 18 from the Central Station/Yafo stop to the Gan HaPa’amon Garden/Bethlehem Road stop.

◽ The First Station – You can reach Jerusalem’s central bus station or the Yitzhak Navon Train Station from anywhere in the country. From Central Station/Yafo stop, you can take line 74 or line 75 to the Hahan/David Remez stop, followed by a 2-minute walk to the First Station complex.


🌸Tel Aviv

◽ Tel Aviv Port – There are many bus lines that will take you to Tel Aviv Port. For those coming from Jerusalem or Haifa, it is recommended to take the train to Tel Aviv University Train Station and then transfer to Line 2 to the Dizengoff / Ben Yehuda stop, followed by a 4-minute walk to Tel Aviv Port. For those coming from the central region, various bus lines can be taken to the HaYarkon/Yirmiyahu Dizengoff / Ben Yehuda, or Reading Terminal stops.

◾ Expo Tel Aviv – Many spectacular exhibitions are presented at Tel Aviv Expo during the current Passover holiday, making it a popular attraction. You can arrive from anywhere in the country to Tel Aviv University Train Station and head towards the expo center (מרכז הירידים), which is about a 5-minute walk from the train station. Another option is to take a bus to the Expo Tel Aviv/Rokach Boulevard stop.

◽ Jaffa Port – Arrive at Tel Aviv Haganah Train Station, from where you can take line 13 to Yaffo Port/Yehuda Hayamit stop, or line 46 to Yehuda Margoza/Yefet stop and walk about 7 minutes to the Jaffa port.


🌸 Southern District

◾ River Park Beer Sheva (Park Nahal) – Take the train to Be’er Sheva Center Train Station, where you can transfer to line 56 and get off at the Emek Sara Industrial Zone stop, then walk for 10 minutes to reach the park.

◽ Mesheq 77 – To reach Mesheq 77, you should arrive at the Tekuma Junction bus stop. You can get there using line 353 from Tel Aviv,line 361 from Ashkelon, line 373 from Rehovot, or line 55.

◾ Ben-Gurion’s hut (צריף בן גוריון) – Arrive at the Be’er Sheva Central Train Station, then transfer to bus line 64 or 65 to the Ben Gurion Hut bus stop. From there, it’s a 5-minute walk to the hut in Sde Boker.

◽ Lunada Beer Sheva (לונדע) – Reach the Be’er Sheva Central Train Station, then board line 4 heading to HaShofetim/Etsel stop. From there, it’s just a one-minute walk to Lunada. Alternatively, you can take line 8 or 9, which will take you to Dikla/Yod Alef Terminal stop, followed by a brief 2-minute walk to your destination.


🌸 Haifa

◽ Flea Market Haifa – Arrive at the Haifa Bat Galim Train Station, then take line 36, 18, or 236 to the Palyam/Kibbutz Galuyot stop, followed by a quick 2-minute walk to reach the flea market. Alternatively, choose line 2 to the Wadi Salib stop, then enjoy a brief 3-minute stroll to your destination.

◾ German Colony – You can reach the Haifa-Merkaz HaShmona Train Station, then take a short ride on line 2 or 1 to the German Colony stop. Alternatively, it’s about a 9-minute walk from the train station to the German Colony. For those arriving at the Haifa Bat Galim Train Station, there are several bus options that will take you to the German Colony: Line 18, 37, 37A, 136, 12, 28, or 36 to the HaMeginim/Ben Gurion stop.

◽ Bahá’í Gardens Haifa – Arrive at the Haifa Bat Galim Train Station, then transfer to either bus line 136 or 31 and get off at the HaNassi/Iris stop. You can also arrive at the Haifa-Merkaz HaShmona Train Station and continue with bus line 58 to the HaNassi/Iris stop, then walk about 4 minutes towards the Bahá’í Gardens.


It is recommended to plan your trip in advance 🚥. *There might be unexpected changes.*

Moovit is updated with latest changes that are being published by the bus operators and the Ministry of Transportation.

Happy Passover and Safe Travels! 🌻🧡

The Moovit Team

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