We have collected several transit changes that are worth getting to know about this week.
Temporary changes in Rail Service – April 29-30
- Trains on the Jerusalem Yitzhak Navon – Herzliya line will operate between Jerusalem Yitzhak Navon and Tel Aviv Haganah stations only (and will not stop at Tel Aviv Hashalom, Tel Aviv Savidor Center, Tel Aviv University, Herzliya)
- Trains on the Beer Sheva – Herzliya line – will be operated between the Be’er Sheva and Tel Aviv Haganah stations only (and will not stop at the Tel Aviv Hashalom, Tel Aviv Savidor Central, Tel Aviv University, Herzliya stations)
- Trains on the Modi’in – Tel Aviv Savidor Center line – will operate only between Modiin and Tel Aviv Haganah stations (and will not stop at Tel Aviv Hashalom, Tel Aviv Savidor Center stations)
- Trains on the Ashkelon – Rishon LeZion Moshe Dayan – Tel Aviv – Herzliya line will operate in a split format: between Herzliya and Tel Aviv Savidor Central stations, and between Ashkelon – Rishon LeZion Moshe Dayan and Tel Aviv Haganah stations. The trains will not stop at the Tel Aviv Hashalom station
During these days, free shuttles will be operating in both directions, between the Tel Aviv Haganah – Tel Hashalom stations (Tel Aviv Hashalom – drop off only on Namir Road) – Tel Aviv Savidor Center.
Rail service will return to normal on Sunday, May 1st.
Significant changes in the frequency of bus lines May – Eid al-Fitr
Between May 2nd and 4th, “Eid al-Fitr” will take place. During these days, the frequency of bus lines will be significantly reduced. Note that there may be cancellations of certain lines as well.
Changes and improvements to the Beit Shemesh lines – ‘Tnufa’ Company
- Lines 417, 418, 419 will change their number to 617,618,619 and change their route
- Line 600 will increase its frequency
- Line 626 will increase its service
- Lines 616 and 630 remained unchanged
- Several Beit Shemesh-Jerusalem lines will change their prefix to 6:
Moovit is updated with the latest changes that are being published by the bus operators and the Ministry of Transportation.
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