Changes in train movement due to railways flooding

January 8, 2013 14:53


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Israel Railways made changes to the trains movement on Tuesday due to the flooding of the Ayalon river that resulted in the flooding of the railways.

Trains from northern stations will end their journey at the Tel Aviv Savidor Center station.

Trains from Yavne West and Ashkelon will end their journey at the Tel Aviv HaHagana station.

Trains from Hod HaSharon Sokolov station will end their journey at the Tel Aviv Savidor Center station.

Trains from Jerusalem, Rishoniom and Beersheeba will end their journey at Lod.

The train section between Modi'in and Tel Aviv is closed, as is the Hezliya station.

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