J'lem alters bus routes due to weather

March 2, 2012 09:40


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Due to inclement weather conditions, Egged bus lines are changing the following routes on Friday:

Lines 170 to Beit El, 179 to Psagot and 160 to Gush Etzion are not running.

Lines 51 and 62 from Jerusalem to Beersheba through Har Hebron and line 468, from Jerusalem to Ein Gedi are not running, nor are line 480 and 305 from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv.

Due to flooding on Route 90, Line 486 from Jerusalem to Ein Gedi will stop service at the Ein Gedi spa.

Line 444 from Jerusalem to Eilat and line 421 from Tel Aviv to to Ein Bokek will change routes, driving down Route 6 and Arad instead of through the Kalil junction and Ein Gedi.

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