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Public-transit updates August 12

August 12, 2021

Dear riders,

We have collected several public-transit updates that are worth getting to know:

📢 Petah Tikva – Service changes starting August 13

As part of a plan to improve and upgrade the service in Petah Tikva, several changes will apply to the public transportation lines in the city. Starting August 13, several main lines will be canceled and their route will be included with other lines. The lines on which the changes will be made: 21, 21A, 35, 35A, 53, 53A, 98, 88, 88A, 22, 49, 10, 10A, 63, 63A.

Additional information can be found here.

🚧 Bnei Brak –  Jabotinsky/Aharonovich junction closure

On Thursday, August 12, Jabotinsky/Aharonovitch road junction will be closed, heading west. The station Jabotinsky/Dov Hoz (27059) will be canceled and replaced by a temporary station in Halutzim/Jabotinsky.

🚧 Bat-Yam – Night works on Rothschild Street

On August 10-12, every night from 22:00 to 05:00 the next day, Rothschild Street will be closed to traffic, in the segment: Ha’Matzeva – Herzl, in both directions. The stations in this segment will be canceled for the following lines: 15, 83, 85, 87, 88, 143.

👉 Be’er Sheva – changes in Yitzhak Rager Boulevard

As of Sunday, August 8, the following stations on Yitzhak Rager Boulevard heading North will be canceled: Soroka Medical Center/Ben Gurion University (no. 15333), Yitzhak Rager Boulevard – Ben Gurion University (no. 12215). Alternatively, bus lines will stop at the following stations: Yitzhak Rager Boulevard – Soroka Medical Center (no. 13106). At this station, the following lines will stop: 384 (to the Dead Sea), 393, 394 and 794 (to Tel Aviv), 446 and 470 (to Jerusalem), 870 (to Afula), and 958 (to Carmiel). Yitzhak Rager Boulevard/Yosef Ben Matityahu (no. 13105). At this station, only the following lines will stop: 446 and 470 (to Jerusalem), 870 (to Afula), and 958 (to Carmiel).

We remind you, that in accordance with the Ministries of Health and Transportation guidelines, it is mandatory to wear a face mask on every ride and not use any public transportation line if having illness symptoms.

Moovit is updated with the latest changes released by the Ministry of Transportation.

Safe Travels 🙂

The Moovit team