Weekend Transportation

Weekend Transportation is a bus service that operates on weekends, serving six cities in Greater Tel Aviv – Giv’atayim, Kiryat Ono, Ramat HaSharon, Shoham, Yehud – Monosson and Tel Aviv-Yafo.

The network is made up of seven lines that run throughout Greater Tel Aviv. Passengers can get to the downtown areas of the participating cities and travel between different neighborhoods on days and times when regular public transportation is not available. The planning of the routes also took into consideration those parts of the cities populated by observant Jews.

Map of the Lines

7 lines

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The bus lines are numbered 705 to 711.The buses are clearly marked and the bus stops display maps containing route details.

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6 cities

Six local authorities have partnered to operate the Weekend Transportation network.

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The frequency of departure varies depending on the bus line. The full bus schedule with updated departure times can be found on the different transportation apps.

נעים בסופ"ש תחבורה ציבורית בשבת

300 kilometers

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300 kilometers

The total combined length of the routes
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636 stops

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636 stops

Along the different routes

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  • Giv'atayim
  • Ichilov Hospital
  • Rabin Square
  • Flea Market
  • Wolfson Medical Center
  • Friday: 18:00 – 24:00 (the last bus leaves at 24:00)
  • Shabbat (Saturday): 9:00 – 17:30 (the last bus leaves at 17:30)

  • Giv'atayim
  • Ichilov Hospital
  • Rabin Square
  • Flea Market
  • Wolfson Medical Center
  • Friday: 18:00 – 24:00 (the last bus leaves at 24:00)
  • Shabbat (Saturday): 9:00 – 17:30 (the last bus leaves at 17:30)

Click here for all the bus lines

Questions & Answers

Due to the coronavirus, only 75% passenger occupancy will be allowed. In addition, boarding the bus will not be allowed without a face mask. The restrictions will constantly be updated in accordance with the Israeli Ministry of Health guidelines.

Weekend Transportation is a free service.

The service runs every Friday from 6pm to 2am, and every Saturday from 09:00-17:40. Buses arrive approximately every 20 minutes. Please note: the frequency of line 711 to Shoham, Yehud – Monosson is different; the full schedule can be found in the transportation apps.

Buses arrive approximately every 20 minutes. Please note: the frequency of line 711 to Shoham, Yehud-Monosson is different, full schedule can be found in the transportation apps.

Information regarding the routes and bus stops can be found on this website and on the transportation apps that support the service: Bus Nearby, efoBus, My-Way and Moovit.

The Weekend Transportation system operates near main thoroughfares and major entertainment venues and recreational areas. If there is no direct line to where you need to go, you can easily take several bus lines. You can also use transportation apps that support the service to plan your trip.

The arrival times can vary depending on traffic, the amount of time the bus spends at previous stops, and the number of passengers. It is advisable to check the transportation apps “Bus Nearby” and “Moovit” for updates.

We are working to avoid such situations. However, if this does happen to you, you are welcome to contact us via the feedback form on this website or through the Public Applications Unit and update us on when, where and which line this has happened to you. We will make an effort to ensure that such situations will not happen again.

In case the driver was driving recklessly, please call the participating municipality hotlines 106 (+972-3-5238888)

The electronic boards at the bus stops are the property of and are managed by the Ministry of Transportation. They do not provide information about Weekend Transportation lines, which are operated by the participating cities.

To make it easier to identify the bus stops, each stop includes a sticker displaying bus lines. In addition, you can locate the stops via  apps which support the service.

The buses are branded via signs featuring line numbers and main stops.

Food and alcoholic beverages are not allowed on board, but water is OK.

Pets are allowed on board but must be on a leash and muzzled.

You may store a scooter or baby stroller at the trunk if there is enough room.

In case you forgot or lost something on the bus, please contact the call center at +972-3-9876000, or report to the participating municipality hotlines by calling 106 (+972-3-5238888).

A passenger with a motor disability interested in using the service can do so by contacting the call center in advance: +972-39876000

The service currently operates in Tel Aviv-Yafo, Ramat HaSharon, Giv’atayim, Kiryat Ono, Shoham and Yehud – Monosson. Any local authority that wishes to join the service can do so.

The Weekend Transportation network is currently available in Giv’atayim, Yehud-Monosson, Kiryat Ono, Ramat HaSharon, Shoham, and Tel Aviv-Yafo. Each local authority interested in joining the service is welcome to do so.

Inquires regarding this matter should be sent to the Public Applications Unit.

Parking is in accordance with the traffic sign installed at the bus stop.

During the hours that the service is in operation, you can contact the call center at +972-3-967-6000. During non-operating hours, you can call the participating municipality hotlines: 106 (+972-3-5238888) or fill out the feedback form on this website.

www.busofash.co.il | 03-9676000

www.busofash.co.il
03-9676000

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The transportation apps that support the service:

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Weekend Transportation is back in service in accordance with the Israeli Ministry of Health guidelines and with updated operating hours.

Please Note:

  • On Friday the service will stop operating at 12am.
  • Entrance to the bus will not be allowed without a face mask which covers the mouth and nose.
  • The maximum occupancy allowed is in accordance with the Israeli Ministry of Health guidelines.

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