The beginning of July is seeing major changes to bus routes and schedules in Tel Aviv and it's surrounding area. The changes include new bus lanes on King George Street, Ibn Gvirol Street, Carlebach Street and Elhanan Street in Tel Aviv. The changes are meant to improve bus services and reducing waiting time for passengers.
The new schedule will see bus routes in the Tel Aviv, Givatayim, Ramat Gan, Bnei Brak, Bat Yam, Holon and Azur drop from 82 to just 59. However, buses will now become more frequent on the remaining routes.
The cost of a ticket is also rising from 6 shekels to 6.40 shekels but will be able to be used on more than one bus within a 90 minute period on all four operators Dan, Egged, Kavim and Metropolin.
Could a cable car make travelling in the Old City of Jerusalem easier?
The Jerusalem Post has an article about early discussions about installing a cable car in the Old City of Jerusalem to make travel into and through the tourist attractions easier.