From today and for the next 2.5 weeks, 6 of Israel’s main railway stations will be closed.
Work on Tel Aviv’s new light rail has caused a temporary closure of 6 of Israel’s main railway stations in the center of the country.
From Sunday, October 3, 2021, until Tuesday, October 19, 2021 (inclusive), train traffic will be discontinued between the Tel Aviv – University and Raanana stations, and trains on the Be’er Sheva – Rishon LeTsion – Moshe Dayan – Herzliyah line, (The western Negev line and the Sharon Ring) will operate between the Be’er Sheva and Tel Aviv – Savidor Center stations only.
The 6 stations that are affected
These stations will be temporarily closed for service during the operation
- Hod HaSharon – Sokolov
- Kfar Sava – Nordau
- Rosh Ha’Ayin – North
- Petah Tikva
- Bnei Brak
Free shuttle service
A free shuttle service will operate between the Rosh Ha’Ayin – North and Tel Aviv – Savidor Center stations, as well as between the Kfar Sava – Nordau and Tel Aviv – Savidor Center stations.