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Traffic and Parking Arrangements for the Jerusalem March

Hol Hamoed Sukkot - October 13, 2022

During the festive march in the city center, the following streets will be closed to vehicular traffic from 13:30 until 18:00:

Ben Zvi (from Agripas to the Rupin intersection), Rabin Boulevard, Bezalel, Ben Yehuda, Shmuel Hanagid, Be'eri, King George, Agron, Hillel, Ben Sira, King David, David Remez (traffic disruptions are expected on the adjacent streets).

  • There may be traffic disruptions from 8:30 to 13:00 (estimated) on Jabotinsky, Hanasi, Ha'ari, Metudela and Sa'adia Gaon streets.
  • Those heading north on Emek Refaim Street and Bethlehem Road should use Kikar Tzahal Tunnel.
  • Those coming to Jerusalem should turn onto Herzl/Begin boulevards, preferably via Highway 9.
  • Parking will be completely prohibited on the following streets (from Wednesday, October 12, 2022 at 18:00 until Thursday, October 13, 2022 at 18:00, estimated): Ben Zvi Boulevard, Hillel, Ben Sira, King David.
  • Vehicles parked in violation of the traffic laws and in no-parking areas will be towed.   

 

Alternative parking areas:

  • For Ben Zvi Boulevard – inner alleys of the Nachlaot neighborhood
  • For Bezalel – inner Mahane Yehuda Market alleys, inner Nachlaot alleys.
  • For Be'eri – Shmuel Hanagid, A'liash, HaMa'alot, Mordechai Narkis streets
  • For Hillel – Rabbi Akiva, HaHistadrut, Shamai, Mevo HaMatmid, Menashe Ben Israel streets
  • For Ben Sira – Shlomtzion Hamalka, HaSorag, Rivlin streets
  • For King Solomon – Koresh, Yanai, Shoshan, Uzi Khason streets.
  • For King David – Moshe Hess, Washington, Emile Botta, Admoni, Eliyahu Shama streets
  • For David Remez – Liberty Bell Park parking lot

 

Please note:

Vehicles parked along the route of the march that constitute a disruption will be towed to the Schneller complex or another municipal lot.

The Israel Police, the 106 Hotline, and the Enforcement Division's Command and Control Center will be notified of the towing of any vehicles.

Telephone numbers for inquiries – 02-5456837, 050-8319922, and the Enforcement Division's Command and Control Center – 054-2340008.

 

Public Transportation

There will be changes in the public transportation lines passing along the blocked routes and the streets leading to them. Service will not be available on Bezalel, Ben Zvi, King George, A'liash, King David, Kariv, King Solomon, Agron, David Remez and Keren HaYesod streets.

Service will be diverted to Agripas, HaNevi'im, Shivtei Israel, Kikar Tzahal Tunnel, Hebron Road, Rabin Boulevard and the Heikhal HaMishpat streets.

For details, please call the Kol-Kav call center at *8787

The public is requested to use public transportation. The light rail will operate as usual.

 

Shuttles

The public is requested to use public transportation.

Those arriving by private vehicle can park at Teddy Stadium or in the area of the International Convention Center (Binyanei HaUma), from where shuttles will be available to the Mount Scopus Observatory and Ammunition Hill starting points. The Safra Square and Ammunition Hill starting points can be reached by light rail.

Shuttles heading back to Teddy Stadium from Sacher Park (Rupin Boulevard) will operate from 12:00 to 15:00; no shuttle services will be provided back from Sacher Park to the starting points.

Drivers are requested to obey the instructions of police officers and event staff along the march route.

For more details: Jerusalem March Headquarters 02-5457639, the 106 Hotline and the municipal website

 

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