Jerusalem train map
Jerusalem train station map. Jerusalem train map (Israel) to print. Jerusalem train map (Israel) to download. Passengers can travel from Jerusalem from the new Yitzhak Navon Station to Ben Gurion airport in just over 20 minutes. The trains are scheduled to run every half hour, but passengers must account for the ten minute time to reach the entrance in Jerusalem where the station is housed inside the large-scale granite station which requires three escalators. The highly anticipated new highspeed train from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv via Ben Gurion Airport has started operation in Israel in late 2018. While the final destination of the Jerusalem train will be to Tel Aviv, construction is still underway on the track leaving just one destination on the train route currently to Ben Gurion Airport. The new Jerusalem to Tel Aviv train service is officially called King David Line as its shown in Jerusalem train map.
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Trains link Tel Aviv & Jerusalem via the classic route every hour or two on Mondays-Thursdays & Sundays, journey time 1 hour 40 minutes for the slow, twisting & scenic 82 km (51 mile) journey, including one simple change of train at Bet Shemesh station (usually just across the width of the same platform). On Fridays, trains run every hour or two until around 13:00, there is no service on Friday afternoons and just one late-night service on Saturdays after dark. A new electrified 160 km/h (100mph) line has been built between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem, arriving at a new station opposite Jerusalem central bus station. Initially trains are running every 30 minutes between Ben Gurion Airport & Jerusalem taking 20 minutes, if you want to go to or from central Tel Aviv you must change trains at the airport. The service has started as a free service, but places must be booked. Initially only one of the two tracks have been opened and trains are limited to 120 km/h, direct trains between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem over this new fast link will start in due course, running at up to 160 km/h (100 mph) and taking just 28 minutes as its mentioned in Jerusalem train map.