We have collected several public transit changes that are worth getting to know about this week.
Service changes on the Herzliya – Yitzhak Navon Jerusalem line
On Tuesday, December 14, rail service on the Herzliya – Jerusalem Yitzhak Navon line, will be stopped at 21:00 (instead of midnight). For those whose destination or origin is Tel Aviv or Jerusalem Yitzhak Navon stations, it is recommended to plan their route accordingly and use the bus lines that are located at Jerusalem Central Station, adjacent to Yitzhak Navon Station, or at the 2000 terminal near Tel Aviv Savidor Central Station.
Beer Sheva – Maintenace work on Ben Gurion Street
Starting Sunday, December 5, until Wednesday, December 15, David Ben Gurion Street will be closed to traffic in the segment between Ben Gurion / Rager Junction and the entrance gate to Soroka Hospital. Accordingly, changes will be made to the routes in this segment in both directions.
Haifa – Ben Gurion Boulevard closure during December
Throughout December, Ben Gurion Boulevard in Haifa will be closed every evening from 18:00 to 01:00. Stations in this segment will be temporarily closed and will return to service on the next day.
Tiberias International Marathon – December 10
On Friday, December 10, the Tiberias International Marathon will be held. Due to the event, several main roads will be blocked until noon. The effect will be for the following Superbus lines:
23, 25 – Canceled until the end of service (Road 90 from Tiberias to Tzemach Junction closed to traffic).
26 – Will operate from 13.10 until the end of service.
28 – Will operate from 13.10 until the end of service.
30 – Will operate regularly and will travel through Alumot junction and Road 768 to Afula in both directions.
5, 15 – Starting and ending at the Central Station. Road 90 – south of the departure and end station at the Tiberias hot springs – closed.
1 – Will bypass Shikkun Alef.
The other inner-city lines 4,6,7,8,9,11,12,37,39,44 will start and end in the center and travel through Yehuda Halevi Street only (Galilee and HaBanim streets are closed to traffic).
From 13.00 until the end of the service, the lines will return to their normal route.
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.
The Moovit team