We have collected several public transit changes that are worth getting to know about this week.
Service Improvements in Tel Aviv starting March 4
As part of the service improvements in Tel Aviv, the following changes are expected:
👉 An additional 500 trips a day on the following lines:
Dan – 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18, 23, 25, 32, 33, 44, 45, 51, 54, 60, 61, 62, 63, 65, 66, 67, 70, 72, 82, 89, 104, 125, 141, 161, 172, 238 and 239.
Afikim– 20, 49, and 64.
👉 Line 65 (from King George and Allenby to Azrieli and Savidor) will change its route
👉 On lines 16, 3, 11, there will be a significant improvement in service to Kfar Shalem and Tel Hashomer
Changes in Light Rail service in Jerusalem
As part of infrastructure works to extend the red line and the construction of the green line of the Light Rail in Jerusalem, there will be modified service.
Between March 2-10, starting at 9:00 PM, there will be no service between Heil Ha’avir and Givat Ha’Tahmoshet stations.
The light rail will continue to operate from the Ammunition Hill station to Mount Herzl station in both directions.
Transit Changes in Rosh HaAyin and Petah Tikva
Starting March 6, several transit changes will apply in Rosh HaAyin and Petah Tikva. As part of the changes:
Electra Afikim lines in Rosh HaAyin will change their route: 30, 258, 471, 472, 473, and the following lines will start operating: 37 (Rosh HaAyin <-> Bnei Brak), 37א, (Rosh HaAyin <-> Bnei Brak), 260 (Rosh HaAyin <-> Herzliya) and 283 (Rosh HaAyin <-> Tel Aviv). More information about the changes can be found here.
In Petah Tikva, Electra Afikim lines will change their route: 30, 471, and the following lines will start operating: 37 (Rosh HaAyin <-> Bnei Brak), 37A, (Rosh HaAyin <-> Bnei Brak). Lines 7 and 7א will be canceled. Lines 64, 20, and 49 will increase their frequency. Dan lines 51, 82, 238, 292, and 266 will increase their frequency. More information about the changes can be found here.
Moovit is updated with the latest changes that are being published by the bus operators and 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 on every ride and not use any public transportation line if having illness symptoms.
The Moovit team