Entry to the city: special traffic arrangements from March - Jerusalem Municipality

The construction work at the entrance to the city is continuing

Starting 15.3.18, work will continue at the intersections adjacent to the entrance to the city. The Shazar Boulevard will be closed to traffic between Nordau Blvd. and Agrippas Street for about 48 months, and special traffic arrangements will be implemented in the area. Information can be found at a WhatsApp hotline at 054-8848323 and at the Municipal Center 106.

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The construction of the largest integrated transportation center in Israel - the City Center project - continues to progress and will expand. Until 15.3.18, work will be performed around the junctions adjacent to the area concerned. As of March 15, the Shazar Blvd. will be closed between Nordau Blvd. and Agrippas Street, as is necessary for the continuation of the work, for a period of 48 months.

The infrastructure work, affecting traffic arrangements at the entrance to Jerusalem, will continue, and significant roads and intersections in the area will be closed at intervals. Inspectors and police officers will help direct traffic at the various sites. The work will continue throughout the day and night, and concurrently, traffic arrangements will be implemented to regulate its flow in the area as far as possible.

We will continue to make every effort to prevent the works from harming the routine of the residents of the area and the passers-by. It is recommended to prepare in advance for changes and to reach the area in alternative ways. To do so, we recommend that you use the WAZE app. We apologize for the temporary inconvenience.

For those coming to Jerusalem by public transportation - we recommend using the light rail. All public transport will operate as usual, but there may be changes in the routes of bus lines and station locations.

For all traffic arrangements >> http://www.jerusalemgw.co.il/updates/

For further details:

WhatsApp Call Center 054-8848323.
The Municipality Call Center 106