What s New

  • Transportation from Ovda Airport to Eilat and back

    Egged's direct bus route No. 282 will take you from Ovda airport to Eilat hotels and tourist attractions!
  • In Haifa passengers can board buses from the back door

    In Haifa passengers can board buses from the back door

    Starting on Friday 17.2.17 Rav Kav holder can board the bus from any door (on select buses only) and validate* their Rav Kav at the automatic machines, instead of buying ticket from the driver.
  • Starting 1.07.2016 accumulated value travel arrangement in Jerusalem

    Starting 1.07.2016 accumulated value travel arrangement in Jerusalem

    As part of the ongoing service improvement process, starting Friday 1/07/2016, the public transportation system in Jerusalem will begin using an efficient, convenient and advanced travel arrangement: Accumulated Value.
  • Refund for annual Student Bus Pass

    Refund for annual Student Bus Pass

    Following the Ministry of Transport tariff reform and reduction in public transport fares, the Ministry of transport guided the public transport operators about the refund procedure for students who purchased annual student bus pass
  • The Public Transport Tariff Reform Comes to the Metropolitan Areas

    The Public Transport Tariff Reform Comes to the Metropolitan Areas

    The Ministry of Transport and Road Safety, and the National Public Transport Authority are Proud to Launch: The Public Transport Tariff Reform Comes to the Metropolitan Areas
  • Passengers can now board buses in Jerusalem from back door

    Passengers can now board buses in Jerusalem from back door

    From now on, anyone with a Rav Kav can board the bus from any door (on marked buses and lines only) and validate* their Rav Kav at the automatic machines without having to go through the driver. The first buses that will allow passengers to use all doors for boarding will be about 230 buses on 14 Egged's routes in Jerusalem
  • For the first time in Israel: compressed natural gas (CNG) bus

    For the first time in Israel: compressed natural gas (CNG) bus

    Mr. Nir Landau, the Head of Egged Logistic Maintenance & Purchasing Division said: "The usage of compressed natural gas is considered 'green' and reduces the emissions from the engine.
  • Dear Passengers,

    Dear Passengers,

    after a long period of operating the SMS 2800 service we regret to bid farewell. As of June 1, 2015 Egged will stop operating the SMS 2800 service. The information on schedules is available at our updated website wherein we focused our attention on improving browsing experience and convenience of use.
  • Changes and improvements in North bus lines as of Monday, 1.9.2014

    Changes and improvements in North public transportation array are about to start tomorrow, Monday, 01/09/2014. These changes were developed through a collaboration between the Ministry of Transport, Egged and would offer passengers a variety of new possibilities to travel more comfortably and efficiently.
  • The New Transportation Network in Jerusalem. Changes and Improvements to Bus Lines

    Public transportation in Jerusalem continues to make progress towards providing faster, more efficient and better service. On 21.2.14 the routes of several lines operating in Jerusalem will be changed as part of the continuous improvement of the city’s public transportation system. Great emphasis was put on improving the service and accessibility to the city’s central employment areas: Talpiot, Givat Shaul, the Technological Garden, Malcha and the Government Complex. From now on there will be more lines that will lead you more frequently and comfortably to and from work.