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Public Transit Updates – October 21

October 21, 2021

Dear riders,

We have collected several public transit changes that are worth getting to know about this week.

🚆 Rail service changes tomorrow (Friday, October 22)

Due to maintenance works at the Tel Aviv Haganah train station, the station will be temporarily closed for service on Friday and several changes in service will apply:

  • Trains on the Beer Sheva – Herzliya line will skip Tel Aviv Haganah station
  • Trains on the Beit Shemesh – Tel Aviv Savidor Center line will operate between Beit Shemesh and Lod stations and will not continue their ride to Tel Aviv stations.

📍 Rail service will return to normal on Saturday evening, October 23

📢 Operators change in the Jerusalem corridor lines and the Metronit lines in Haifa and the Krayot

👉 Jerusalem Corridor Lines – Starting this week, ‘Tnufa’ will be the operator of the Jerusalem Corridor lines instead of ‘Superbus’. ‘Tnufa’ will operate 22 lines between Kiryat Ye’arim, Abu Gosh, Har Hadar, and the Mateh Yehuda towns, including Ksalon, Ramat Raziel, Eitanim, Givat Ya’arim, Tzova, Beit Meir, Shoresh, Shoeva, Ein Rafa, Ein Nakuba, Neve Ilan, Yad Shmona, Nataf, Ma’ale Hahamisha, Kiryat Anavim, and Beit Zayit.

👉 Metronit lines – ‘Superbus’ is the new operator of the Metronit lines (lines 1,2,3), replacing Dan North. 

🚋 Jerusalem Marathon (Friday, October 29) – Light Rail service changes

Following the Jerusalem Marathon that will take place next week, the Light Rail will operate in a modified format. Between 06:00 and 12:00 (approximately), the light rail will operate from the Air Force Station to Giva’t Ha’Tahmoshet Station and from the Central Station to Mount Herzl Station. There will be no service between Central Station and Giva’t Ha’Tahmoshet.

📍 Service will return to normal at the end of the event.

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.


Safe travels  🙂

The Moovit team