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Traffic Arrangements at the Entrance to the City and the Area of Sderot Yitshak Rabin - Kiryat HaMemshala

Changes will be made to traffic arrangements in the entrance to the city and Sderot Yitshak Rabin - Kiryat HaMemshala.

 

Starting from Wednesday, April 28, 1919, changes will be made to traffic arrangements in the area of Rabin-Kiryat Sderot - Kiryat HaMemshala . As a result of the changes, traffic between the streets of Lorch and Bituah Leumi will be canceled and changes will be made to bus routes 100, 113, 156, 414. The pick-up stations will be canceled and replaced with alternative stations:

The station on Lorch Street / Sderot Rabin. - will be canceled - here are the alternate line numbers and alternative stations:

• 100 (Egged Transport) - an alternate station on Sderot Rabin in front of the Foreign Ministry.
• 156 (Egged Transport) - An alternate station at Sderot HaNassi Hashishi near the Cinema City.
• 113 (lines) - An alternate station at Sderot HaNassi Hashishi near the Cinema City.
• 414 (Superbus) - an alternate station on Sderot Rabin opposite the Foreign Ministry.

Station on Lorch Street / Ministry of Transport - cancellation of bus stations for dropping off passengers:

• 100 (Egged Transport) - alternative stations at Sderot Rabin / Lorch or Sderot Wolfson / Kaplan.
• 156 (Egged Transport) - an alternate station at Wolfson / Kaplan Blvd.
• 113 (lines) - An alternate station at Wolfson / Kaplan Boulevard.
• 414 (Superbus) - an alternate station at Wolfson / Kaplan Blvd.

Station opposite the Bituah Leumi:

• Cancellation of bus stations for Line 100 (Egged Transport). An alternate station on Rabin Blvd in front of the Foreign Ministry.

Station near the Bituah Leumi:

Cancellation of bus station for line 113 (lines). An alternate station at Sderot HaNassi Hashishi opposite the Cinema City.

 

New Traffic Arrangements at the Main Highway Entrance of Jerusalem:

 

When will the renovations on Shazar Boulevard begin and how long will they last?

Shazar Boulevard will be blocked to private cars as of Sunday, July 14, 2019.  According to plans, by the end of 2022 the new underground road on Shazar Boulevard will be open to private cars and a new parking lot with 1,300 parking spaces will be opened. Public transportation will continue as usual.

What are the alternative traffic routes recommended for those leaving and entering Jerusalem by private car?

We recommend taking Begin Boulevard or Route 443. In order to bypass the blocked section, traffic will be directed to Yitzhak Rabin Boulevard

Where is Shazar Boulevard?

Shazar Boulevard is the road leading from the Bridge of Strings to Binyanei Ha'uma - Junction Nordau / Sixth President.

How will pedestrians be able to cross from the central station and the train station to Binyanei Hauma and the Government Compound?

In addition to the crossing at the intersection of Nordau / the Sixth President and the pedestrian crossing on Herzl Boulevard, new crossings will be opened, linking the central bus station to Binyanei Ha'uma.

How will the construction affect public transportation?

Apart from the 14th to 19th July, public transportation will continue as usual. During the first week of work, there may be slight changes in the bus lines. You can catch up on changes here or at the WhatsApp center of the city entrance.

What are estimated vehicle arrival times after the closures?

Travel times are expected to be longer. We recommend using the WAZE app before leaving the house and preparing for longer than usual times.

Will it be possible to access the Israel Post building?

Yes. Access will be possible from Herzl Boulevard towards the parking of the post office building. In addition, for those arriving from outside the city, it will be possible to turn left from Weizman Boulevard to the post office parking lot.

How can one access the government offices when arriving from outside Jerusalem?

We recommend parking in the free parking lot (Shapirim, and from there take the 100 line that departs every 20 minutes to the government compound in Jerusalem. You can also take the 480 bus from the Tel Aviv-Savidor station every 15 minutes to the Central Bus Station and use the Israel Railways departing Tel Aviv to enter the city every half hour (8 minutes from Ben-Gurion Airport) to the government offices, the Knesset and the Israel Museum. It is possible to continue by foot through Shazar Boulevard. Average walking time is 15-20 minutes, or use the bus linesnumbers: 6, 9, 14, 66, and 68.