Israel Railways services January 2017 – Beit Yehoshua (near Netanya)

Important Notice for Train Passengers

There will be a temporary shutdown of train services between Beit Yehoshua and Tel Aviv and between Hod HaSharon to Tel Aviv during the month of January. The shutdown shall begin on Wednesday, 4.1.17 (at 19:00) and shall last until Sunday, 8.1.17 (at 05:00).

As part of it the following stations will be closed down: Herzlia, Tel Aviv University, Hod Hasharon Sokolov, Kfar Saba Nordau, Rosh HaAyin, Petach Tikva Segula, Petach Tikva Kiryat-Arye and Bnei Brak.

The Hod Hasharon – Bnei Brak Segment will be activated on Thursday, 5.1.17 during rush hours only, at 06:00-09:00 in the morning and at 16:00-19:00 in the evening, the trains will NOT arrive at Tel Aviv.

For your convenience, it is recommended that you use alternative public transportation.

Renovation of Herzl Street

Update from the Netanya Municipality
Netanya Municipality, through Halat (Netanya Development and tourism Company), the City Center Administration and Mei Netanya announce the continuation of the project to upgrade Herzl Street and turn it into Israel’s first street mall:
An innovative, young and fresh street, with a variety of activities and a young look, for the benefit of the business owners, city residents and guests.

The work will begin in the first week of January 2017 an will include redoing infrastructures, moving trees and upgrading the facades of businesses.

The work will be performed in subsegments:
The first segment: Upgrading the southern sidewalk, between Dizengoff and Smilansky Streets
Parking in that segment will be prohibited
Herzl Street will remain open to two-way traffic
Please follow the instructions of the officers on site.

Additional information is available from the City Center Administration (4 Stampfer St., First Floor)

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