Please note the following changes in Israel Railways service.
🚆Beit Yehoushu’a – Tel Aviv Savidor Central Segment Closure during weekdays and weekends
Every evening, starting at 20:00 and during weekends, there will be changes in Rail service due to electrification work. Southbound trains will terminate at Beit Yehoushu’a and Northbound trains will terminate at Tel Aviv Savidor Central. Free shuttles will operate between these stations and can be found when planning a trip or on the ‘Lines’ tab as follows:
🚆Beer Sheva – Rishon Lezion – Raanana Line
Trains will operate between Beer Sheva and Rosh Ha’Ayin North due to electrification work.
Every evening between 20:00-04:30 and during weekends, the line will operate as follows:
- Southbound – trains will operate between Rosh Ha’Ayin and Tel Aviv Hahagana until 21:00
- Northbound – trains will operate between Beer Sheva and Ashkelon
- Ashdod Ad Halom, Yavne West, Rishon Lezion Moshe Dayan, Bat Yam, and Holon stations will be closed
🚆 Binyamina – Rehovot – Ashkelon Line
During weekdays (Sun-Thu) starting at 17:30 and on weekends, trains will terminate at Rehovot station. Yavne East station will be closed
🚆Kfar Saba Nordau – Herzliya
Trains frequency will be reduced to one train every hour during peak hours (06:00-10:00 and 15:00-19:00)
Ben Gurion Airport, Jerusalem Malha and Jerusalem Biblical Zoo will remain closed
Remember: Every train ride requires an entry pass, which can be issued via Moovit’s Trip Plan. Tap here for details
🚧 Changes in traffic pattern – Rager Boulevard
Starting August 4 until September 3 there will be changes in the traffic pattern around Rager Boulevard due to maintenance work. The works will take place between 21:00-05:00 and are expected to last a month. During this time, there will be different segments closed. Plan your trip in Moovit to find out the alternative routes.
We remind you, that in accordance with the Ministries of Health and Transportation guidelines, it is mandatory to wear a face mask in every ride and not use any public transportation line if having illness symptoms.
Safe travels 🙂
The Moovit Team