Egged renews buses to and from Jerusalem

December 15, 2013 12:38


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The Egged bus company renewed operation of its bus lines to and from Jerusalem in a limited fashion on Sunday morning, but regular bus lines within the capital were still not operation,

Buses to and from the Har Hotzvim Industrial Park were also not operating, the company said. Egged's line 100 to Jerusalem's government quarters, which usually leaves from the Shapirim park-and-ride lot, instead was departing from Tel Aviv's Central Bus Station.

In Safed, all bus lines were still inactive except for line 361, which was running until Rame, a town to Safed's southwest.

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