We have collected for you several important updates that are worth getting to know
The light rail in Jerusalem
Starting April 16, ‘Cfir’ is the new operator of the Light Rail in Jerusalem and it is replacing ‘City Pass’, which has been the service operator for the past years. The Light Rail schedules and routes remain unchanged and can be found in Moovit’s Trip Planner and ‘Lines’ tab. The Light Rail stations are now marked with a new icon on the map in the ‘Stations’ tab:
Changes and improvements to the public transportation lines in Tel Aviv-Yafo
As part of maintenance work for the construction of the light rail on Ibn Gvirol, Ha’Shomron and Har Zion streets in Tel Aviv, starting on Friday, April 23, traffic change changes will be applied, including the diversion of bus lines in the area. To view all changes and alternative station locations, follow this link
✈ Ben Gurion Airport train station renews its service
In accordance with the Ministry of Transportation’s guidelines, the Ben Gurion Airport train station will be re-opened for service on Thursday, April 22. The service at the station will be fully renewed, in the two lines: Modiin – Nahariya and Herzliya – Jerusalem Yitzhak Navon.
Ramat Gan – ‘Sababus’ lines are back!
Starting last week, the ‘Sababus’ shuttles, are back operating. The ride on ‘Sababus’ lines (blue and white) is free of charge and it is serving those interested in reaching the main entertainment centers in Ramat Gan, , Sheba Hospital, the sea, the Tel Aviv port and more during the weekend (Friday and Saturday). Schedules and routes are updated in Moovit.
- The vehicles are accessible with up to 4 wheelchair spots. An accessible bus will be identified with a sign
- For inquiries and additional details about the ‘Sababus’ lines, please contact the Ramat Gan Municipality’s call center at 109
- Due to limited space, boarding the bus is subject to availability
Tel Aviv – maintenance work on Ben Yehuda Street
Starting on Sunday, April 18, maintenance work will be carried out on Ben Yehuda Street, in the segment between Gordon Street and Bograshov Street, for about 8 months. Expect traffic changes in the area.
Moovit is updated with the latest changes released by the Ministry of Transportation.
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