The Jerusalem transport map shows all means of transportation in Jerusalem. This transports map of Jerusalem will allow you to move easily with public transport of Jerusalem in Israel. The Jerusalem transportation map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Traveling by tram, bus or intercity train can be paid for with Israel's Rav Kav transit pass on Jerusalem transports on Jerusalem transports map. This smart card allows the user to pre-charge a cash balance and use it to pay for travel in public transports in Jerusalem. The cost of a Rav Kav card is 5 shekels. The card can be purchased at Ben Gurion airport, central train stations of Jerusalem transports.
Along with the wall and the settlements in Jerusalem on Jerusalem transports map, the military checkpoints and transports are another very visible consequence of the occupation of the West Bank. There are posted one or more armed soldiers in Jerusalem transports, sometimes accompanied by security officers. There are 78 permanent checkpoints and 25 "flying" checkpoints in the West Bank of Jerusalem transports.
The fast-track project of transports on Jerusalem transports map, was launched in 2004 by former Prime Minister Ariel Sharon, in Jerusalem. Work began only in 2010 due to pressure from environmental groups on Jerusalem transports. The new line is presented by its promoters as a feat of engineering. Cutting right into the semi-mountainous terrain surrounding Jerusalem transports.
The Jerusalem zone map shows all transport zones in Jerusalem. This zone map of Jerusalem will allow you to know the prices of public transport of Jerusalem in Israel. The Jerusalem zones of transports map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Taxis in Jerusalem zone on Jerusalem zone map, have lower rates than those in Tel Aviv. Ask the driver to start the meter. The bus in Jerusalem zone: Much cheaper than a taxi, a ticket costs 6 shekels (1 euro). Egged has a bus network throughout the city in the Jerusalem zone. Line 99 is especially interesting for tourists as it passes through 27 tourist sites. 5 buses run daily from 9am to 5pm.
It is precisely in Jerusalem zone on Jerusalem zone map that a new initiative was launched a month ago to compensate for the mandatory stop of public transport in Jerusalem zone at the time of the Sabbath: every Friday evening since May 1st, a cooperative puts in place provision of its members a minibus service squaring the Jerusalem zone from north to south.
The service of collective taxis in Jerusalem zone (sherout) on Jerusalem zone map has urban and interurban fixed routes which are the same as those of the bus lines in Jerusalem zone. The price of the sherout depends on the distance. In general, it's the same fare as the bus or a little less. The sherout of Jerusalem zone have fixed stops but they also stop on demand on the course. Some of them operate on Shabbat on busy routes.