We have collected several public transit changes that are worth getting to know about this week.
🚄 Rail service changes in the Haifa-Tel Aviv segment, July 24-30
Due to infrastructure work, there will be temporary service changes along the coastline (Haifa – Binyamina – Hadera – Tel Aviv). From Sunday, July 24 until Saturday, July 30.
During these days, there will be no service between Netanya stations (from the south) and Binyamina (from the north), and accordingly, there will be no service between Haifa and Tel Aviv.
- Trains on the Binyamina – Rehovot/Beer Sheva line – will begin and end their ride at Netanya station and will not stop at the Binyamina station
- Trains on the Nahariya-Modi’in line will be split between Nahariya and Binyamina stations, and between Tel Aviv University and Modi’in stations
- Trains on the Nahariya – Beer Sheva line will be split between the Nahariya and Binyamina stations, and between the Herzliya and Beer Sheva stations
- Trains on the Carmiel – Beer Sheva line will be split between Carmiel and Haifa Hof Hacarmel stations, and between Herzliya and Beer Sheva stations
During these days, free shuttles will be operated between Binyamina and Beit Yehoshua stations throughout all service, in both directions
The Ministry of Transportation will increase the frequency in the following bus lines:
980 from Haifa to Tel Aviv Savidor Central Station.
901 from Haifa Hof Hacarmel Central Station to Tel Aviv Central Station (via Tel Aviv Savidor Central and Tel Aviv Hashalom stations).
873 from Binyamina to Tel Aviv Central Station (via Tel Aviv Hashalom stations).
852 from Pardes Hanna to Tel Aviv Central Station (via Tel Aviv Savidor Central Stations, Tel Aviv Hashalom).
704 from Hadera to Tel Aviv Savidor Center.
910 from Haifa Hof Hacarmel station to Tel Aviv Savidor Central station.
905 from the Central Station to the Ben Gurion Airport station.
Rail service will return to normal on Sunday, July 31.
Modi’in Central Rail station shut down – July 20-23
Due to works, from Wednesday to Saturday, July 23, the Modi’in Center Rail station will be temporarily closed.
- Trains on the Modiin – Jerusalem Yitzhak Navon and Modiin – Nahariya lines will begin and end their ride at Paa’tei Modi’in
- Trains on the Jerusalem Yitzhak Navon – Modi’in line will begin and end their ride at Paa’tei Modi’in
Free shuttle services are operated between Paa’tei Modi’in and Modi’in Center, throughout all service hours.
Train service at the Modiin Merkaz station is expected to resume on Sunday, July 24.
Moovit is updated with the latest changes that are being published by the bus operators and the Ministry of Transportation.
The Moovit team