Egged Ta'avura - Fleet and Operations

Fleet and Operations

Egged Ta'avura operates routes in the areas of El'ad, Ashdod, Netanya, Ashkelon and the Northern Negev as well as the express routes between Tel Aviv and Be'er Sheva. The company was also slated to operate routes in Beitar Illit, but failed talks with the Illit bus company resulted Illit taking over the transportation in the city. It has a fleet of about 650 buses, of which about 220 are used for public transport. Originally, its fleet was entirely rented from Egged on a one-year contract, until it was able to buy new European buses. The rented fleet was mostly transferred to Egged's service in Jerusalem.

The bus routes operated by Egged Ta'avura are:

  • All intracity service in Ashdod (since 2007)
  • All intracity service in Ashkelon
  • All intracity service in Kiryat Gat
  • Intracity service in Netanya
  • All intracity service in Sderot (route 1), Netivot (routes 1, 2), Ofakim (routes 1, 2) and Kiryat Mal'akhi (routes 1, 2)
  • Regional service connecting Ashkelon, Kiryat Gat, Sderot, Netivot, Ofakim and Be'er Sheva between themselves and to smaller communities in the north-western Negev region
  • Route 372 from Tel Aviv to Ofakim (Only on Fridays)
  • Route 376 from Tel Aviv to Tze'elim via Kiryat Gat, Castina Junction (Malakhi Junction), & Ofakim
  • Route 379 from Tel Aviv to the Eshkol Regional Council
  • Both direct routes from Tel Aviv to Be'er Sheva: route 370 from the CBS and route 380 from the Arlozorov Terminal (these route are shared by Egged Ta'avura and Metropoline with each company running about one half of the buses)
  • Intracity and intercity service in El'ad, including routes to Tel Aviv, Bnei Brak, Petah Tikva, Rosh HaAyin, Kiryat Sefer, Jerusalem and Ashdod

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