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Public transit updates 7/4/21

April 7, 2021

    Dear riders,

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

    Israel Railways | Dizengoff – Tel Aviv | Students lines Metropolin | Holon – traffic changes | New line! 489 Jerusalem-Rosh HaAyin

    🚆 Israel Railways – Maintenance work

    During the upcoming weekend, maintenance work will be carried out in the Tel Aviv – Lod segment and the following changes will apply:

    • On Friday, April 9, and on Saturday evening, April 10, trains on the Beer Sheva – Herzliya line (via Kiryat Gat, Lehavim Rahat, etc.) will operate between Beer Sheva and Lod stations (instead of between Beer Sheva – Tel Aviv – Herzliya)
    • Tel Aviv Haganah, Tel Aviv Hashalom, Tel Aviv Savidor Center, Tel Aviv University and Herzliya stations will be closed
    • Free shuttles between Lod and Tel Aviv Savidor Center, will operate at the following times:

    Friday, April 9

    From Lod to Tel Aviv Savidor Central station, from 06:25 to 13:25 every 60 minutes

    Saturday, April 10
    From Lod to Tel Aviv Savidor Central station at 22:25, 23:25 and 00:25
    • Full service will return on Sunday on April 11 at 05:00.


    🚧 Dizengoff – Tel Aviv construction works

    Starting this week and for about 6 months, Dizengoff/Gordon and Dizengoff/Frishman stations will be cancelled due to construction works on the west side of Dizengoff Street.

    📓 Metropolin Pupil Lines 

    In accordance with the guidelines of the Ministry of Transportation, the student lines will not be operating until further notice, except for the following lines in Raanana:  78,82,84,96,97,98,99 which will operate normally.

    🚧 Holon –  traffic changes

    Ha’Lochamim Street, in the Ma’apilim – Misrad Ha’Rishui segment will be blocked due to maintenance work. Traffic changes are expected in the area.

    🚍 New line! 489 Jerusalem <-> Rosh HaAyin

    Starting this week, ‘Afikim’ will operate a new line between Jerusalem and Rosh HaAyin. The schedules and routes can be found in the ‘Lines’ tab by typing the line number 489.


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