We have collected several public transit changes that are worth getting to know.
Rail service changes this weekend – October 15/16
On Friday and Saturday (October 15-16), due to electrification work in Tel Aviv Haganah station, several service changes will take place as follows:
- Trains on the Beer Sheva-Herzliya line will operate only between Beer Sheva and Lod stations, and will not continue to the Tel Aviv and Herzliya stations
- Trains on the Beit Shemesh-Tel Aviv Savidor Center line will operate only between Beit Shemesh and Lod stations, and will not continue their journey to Tel Aviv stations.
- Trains on the Jerusalem Yitzhak Navon-Herzliya line (on Saturday night) – will operate only between Jerusalem Yitzhak Navon and Ben Gurion Airport stations and will not continue their journey to Tel Aviv and Herzliya stations
Tel Aviv Haganah, Tel Aviv Hashalom, Tel Aviv Savidor Center, Tel Aviv University, and Herzliya stations will be temporarily closed.
As an alternative for riders on these lines, Israel Railways will operate free shuttles between Tel Aviv Savidor Center and Lod stations (Friday and Saturday), as well as between Tel Aviv Savidor Center and Ben Gurion Airport stations (Saturday only) as follows:
Friday, October 15th
From Lod to Tel Aviv Savidor Central station every 30 minutes between 06:30 – 14:00
From Tel Aviv Savidor Central to Lod station every 30 minutes between 6:00 – 12:00
Saturday, October 16th
From Lod to Tel Aviv Savidor Central station at 21:20, 22:20, 23:20
From Tel Aviv Savidor Central to Lod station at 21:20, 22:20, 23:20
From Tel Aviv Savidor Central to Ben Gurion Airport station at 21:35, 22:35
From Ben Gurion Airport to Tel Aviv Savidor station at 21:45, 22:45
Rail service will return to normal on Sunday, October 17 with the resumption of service
Operators change in the Jerusalem corridor lines and Metronit in Haifa and the Krayot
Jerusalem Corridor Lines – Starting next week (October 19), ‘Superbus’ will end their operation of the Jerusalem Corridor lines and from that date, the lines will be operated by ‘Tnufa’.
Metronit lines – Starting this Friday (October 15), ‘Dan North’ will end their operation of the Metronit lines in Haifa and the Krayot, and from that date, the lines will be operated by ‘Superbus’.
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