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How to Transit Safely

Moving to work remotely and closing leisure and recreation centers are designed to prevent the concentration of many people in one place, which can increase exposure to the virus. At the same time, it was also decided to reduce the number of passengers in public transport and the number of bus lines, in order to prevent the rapid spread of the Coronavirus.
As part of the changes, transportation hours will be reduced: Starting March 18, public transportation will begin operating from 8 p.m.
Also, public transport will not be operated from Thursday evening until Sunday morning. The cessation of activities includes the bus, train and light rail lines. During the hours of operation, public transportation will continue to operate in vital locations including employment centers, supermarkets and shopping centers, health clinics and hospitals. Accordingly, some lines will not work.
The use of public transport should be reduced as much as possible. Whenever possible, avoid boarding a crowded bus and wait for the next bus. When you're in the bus, avoid sitting next to other people and try to open a window.
In order to reduce travel time as much as possible, it is advisable to plan the route before leaving home and check which lines are working. You can use the transport company’s websites and relevant Apps. In any case, bus payment is only by using “RAV-KAV” card.
If you can travel independently - walking, biking and scooters - prefer this to public transport but don't forget to use a protective helmet. Traveling in the open air is safer, and will also help reduce the bus load.