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Public Transportation

It is very easy to get around Jerusalem without a car. The buses and trains are all over the city. If you know your distination and have the proper app or website you are set to go.

Tickets and Pricing

Tickets and Pricing :

Light Rail Train and Egged buses inside the city:

A paper ticket for a single trip on the Light Rail can be purchased at any automatic machine located at every Light Rail stop.

A single bus ride may be purchased from the bus driver for 10.90 shekel.

Preferable - You may purchase a "Citypass Rav Kav card" which is a multiple use card which you may fill and refill as needed. The Rav Kav is used on the railway and the Egged buses in the city. You may purchase these at any light rail stop or at the central bus station or at the Paamon Center in the center of Jerusalem.

For all the pricing and purchase of tickets click here for the Citypass website.

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Buses

It is easy to get around by bus in Jerusalem.

A single bus ride may be purchased from the bus driver for 10.90 shekel.

Preferable - You may purchase a "Rav Kav card" which is a multiple use card which you may fill and refill as needed. The Rav Kav is used on the railway and the Egged buses in the city.

For all the pricing and purchase of tickets click here for the Citypass website.

 

For information on the bus lines check the Egged Bus website.

For more information on bus lines, taxis and the Light Rail, please call *8787 or check the Department of Transportation website.

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Light Rail

Light Rail Train and Egged buses inside the city:

A paper ticket for a single trip on the Light Rail can be purchased at any automatic machine located at every Light Rail stop.

A single bus ride may be purchased from the bus driver for 10.90 shekel.

Preferable - You may purchase a "Citypass Rav Kav card" which is a multiple use card which you may fill and refill as needed. The Rav Kav is used on the railway and the Egged buses in the city. You may purchase these at any light rail stop or at the central bus station or at the Paamon Center in the center of Jerusalem.

For all the maps of lines, pricing and purchase of tickets click here for the Citypass website.

For more information on bus lines, taxis and the Light Rail, please call *8787 or check the Department of Transportation website.

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ALl information on busses between cities is here at the Egged website

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Tel Aviv-Jerusalem Express

Israel’s public transportation got a serious boost with the new Tel Aviv-Jerusalem express railway. The track’s length is 57 kilometers and it includes a significant amount of improvements that were made to ensure the fastest and smoothest ride possible. To book your ride click here.

For more information on bus lines, taxis and the Light Rail, please call *8787 or check the Department of Transportation website.

 

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Moovit App

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Taxis

There are many taxis in the city. You may stop a taxi on the street. There are also many taxi companies that are easy to find.

You may download Get Taxi app which is used often in Jerusalem

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Jerusalem City Pass

JLM CityPass includes unlimited rides on local public transportation (bus, light rail), a bus ride from Jerusalem to Ben Gurion Airport, entrance to three top tourist attractions throughout Jerusalem, and other benefits and discounts.

Main Benefits of the JLM Citypass

  • Free transfer to/from Ben Gurion Airport
  • Free JLM Public Transportation
  • Entrance to 3 JLM attractions included
  • Additional 20%-30% discounts on attractions

Click here to purchase the JLM Citypass

Pick-Up your CityPass at BG Airport or in Jerusalem

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