Transportation: A new direction

Changes to bus routes in the area.

By SYBIL EHRLICH
January 19, 2017 16:06
1 minute read.
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An Egged bus driving through Jerusalem. (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)

 
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With the opening of the Harel tunnels, there are changes to bus routes in the area starting January 20.

Most intercity routes from and to Jerusalem now stop at the Hemed interchange instead of the Harel interchange. Some routes heading to Jerusalem no longer stop there at all; of particular interest to readers of In Jerusalem, these include the 417, 418 and 419 from Beit Shemesh and the 481 from Tel Aviv to Ma’aleh Adumim.

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