Free Transportation on Shabbat

This upcoming Friday, November 22nd will mark the launch of the free transportation services functioning on Shabbat (Saturday) in the metropolitan area.

 

The weekend transportation network will connect the cities of Ramat HaSharon, Giv’atayim, Kiryat Ono and Tel Aviv-Yafo. The project is already gaining widespread interest from additional municipalities and is expected to provide a suitable transportation solution for approximately four million metropolitan residents.

The network will be comprised of six routes that run along 300 kilometers and include over 500 stops.

The routes will provide passengers with fast accessibility to city centers as well as various surrounding neighborhoods, whilst taking into consideration areas characterized by Shabbat-observing residents.
Hours:
Friday 6pm until 2am
Saturday 9h until 5pmThe buses will run every half hour (excluding bus number 710 from Kiryat Ono which will run every hour). The buses and relevant stations will be branded accordingly and will feature dedicated maps.
Every third bus (arriving every hour and a half) will be accessible to people with disabilities.

Price:FREE

Map

 

Infos:
705
Ha’Ma’avak, Giv’atayim -> Weizmann, Giv’atayim-> Katsenelson, Giv’atayim-> Nahalat Yitshak -> Hôpital Ichilov -> Place Rabin -> Ben-Yehuda -> HaTachana -> Marché aux puces -> Yefet , Jaffa -> Centre médical Wolfson
Wolfson Medical Center -> Yefet, Jaffa-> Marché aux puces -> HaTachana -> Ben-Yehuda -> Place Rabin -> Hôpital Ichilov -> Nahalat Yitshak -> Katsenelson, Giv’atayim -> Weizmann, Giv’atayim -> Ha ‘ Ma’avak, Giv’atayim

706
Morasha, Ramat HaSharon -> HaRishonim, Ramat HaSharon -> Ne’ot Afeka -> Université de Tel Aviv -> Hôpital Ichilov -> Place Rabin -> Centre Dizengoff -> Rothschild Blvd. -> HaTachana -> Marché aux puces -> Port de Jaffa
Port de Jaffa -> Marché aux puces -> HaTachana -> Rothschild Blvd. -> Centre Dizengoff -> Place Rabin -> Hôpital Ichilov -> Université de Tel Aviv -> Ne’ot Afeka -> HaRishonim, Ramat HaSharon -> Morasha, Ramat HaSharon

707
Sokolov, Ramat HaSharon -> Neve Gan, Ramat HaSharon -> Bne Efrayim -> Gane Yehoshu’a -> Ibn Gabirol -> Place Rabin -> Dizengoff Center -> Allenby -> Florentin -> Stade Bloomfield -> Stade Bloomfield -> Jaffa Port
Port de Jaffa -> Stade Bloomfield -> Florentin -> Allenby -> Centre Dizengoff -> Place Rabin -> Ibn Gabirol -> Gane Yehoshu’a -> Bne Efrayim -> Neve Gan, Ramat HaSharon -> Sokolov, Ramat HaSharon

708
Ramat HaHayyal, Tel Aviv -> Hôpital Assuta -> Gane Yehoshu’a -> Port de Tel Aviv -> Centre Dizengoff -> Allenby -> Ha’Aliya -> Har Tsiyon -> Neve Ofer -> Centre médical Wolfson
Wolfson Medical Center -> Neve Ofer -> Har Tsiyon -> Ha’Aliya -> Allenby -> Dizengoff Center -> Port de Tel Aviv -> Gane Yehoshu’a -> Hôpital d’Assuta -> Ramat HaHayyal, Tel Aviv

709
Cinema City, Glilot -> Azore Hen -> Ramat Aviv -> Port de Tel Aviv-> Centre Dizengoff-> Place HaBima-> TLV Mall-> Yad Eliyahu-> Moshe Dayan-> Parc Menahem Begin
Menahem Begin Park-> Moshe Dayan-> Yad Eliyahu -> TLV Mall-> HaBima Square-> Centre Dizengoff-> Port de Tel Aviv-> Ramat Aviv-> Azore Hen-> Cinema City

710
Quartier Pisgat Ono, Kiryat Ono -> Centre commercial Kiryat Ono -> Centre médical Sheba -> Alluf Sade-> Bitsaron -> Sarona -> Place Rabin -> Port de Tel Aviv -> Gane Yehoshu’a
Gane Yehoshu’a -> Port de Tel Aviv-> Place Rabin-> Sarona-> Bitsaron-> Alluf Sade-> Centre médical Sheba-> Centre commercial Kiryat Ono-> Quartier Pisgat Ono, Kiryat Ono

Ron Huldai, Mayor of Tel Aviv-Yafo: “The ability to move during the weekend from one point to another is a fundamental right. The metropolitan transportation network was created in order to answer the need of a large part of the Israeli population during the weekends, in the absence of public transportation. The metropolitan transportation network is a particularly important venture, the latest addition to other initiatives of the Tel Aviv-Yafo Municipality such as AutoTel and Tel-O-Fun.”

Israel Gal, Mayor of Kiryat Ono : “Efficient public transportation throughout the week is crucial and will lead to a reduction of traffic congestion. The new transportation service will be extremely valuable to the young people who can now move freely during the weekend and the older citizens who will be able to spend their weekends in the big city. The new service will result in a decrease in the use of private cars and will therefore reduce the cost of living.”

Avi Gruber, Mayor of Ramat Hasharon : “The new transportation system is a groundbreaking initiative for all the residents in the metropolitan area.”

 

 

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