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Traffic in Jerusalem

From Wednesday to Thursday, January 22 to 24, 2020, the “Remembering the Holocaust: Fighting Antisemitism” international conference will be held in Jerusalem.

Delegations of 45 heads of state, presidents, and kings will visit the city to participate in the conference ceremonies. Extensive security measures will be taken in the framework of this event, which will affect daily life and transport options in the city.


Expected Changes to Parking Arrangements

Parking will be forbidden from midnight Tuesday, the 24th of Tevet (the night before Wednesday, the 25th of Tevet/January 22, 2020), until noon on Friday, the 27th of Tevet (January 24, 2020) on the following streets: Agron, Ramban, Jabotinsky, HaNasi, and David HaMelech.

Residents with a parking permit will be able to park for free at the Agron parking lot, the Wolfson Malls parking lot, and the Ahad HaAm parking lot at the corner of Sokolov.

Shuttle buses will operate at the Wolfson and Ahad HaAm parking lots.

Closure of Transit Routes

King David St. from Emil Boutta St. to Mapu St., starting Wednesday morning and continuing until Friday – from the 23rd of Tevet to the 27th of Tevet (January 22-24, 2020) at noon.

HaNasi St. on Wednesday, the 25th of Tevet (January 22) from 5:30 PM to 10:00 PM.

Rabin St. on Wednesday, the 25th of Tevet (January 22) from HaNasi HaShishi Junction to Ben Tzvi Junction from 11:30 AM to 5:30 PM.

Rothschild St. from Wednesday January 15 until Wednesday January 22.

Burg St. on Wednesday, the 25th of Tevet (January 22) from Rabin Junction to Mevaker HaMedina from 11:30 AM to 5:30 PM.

Light Rail

The light rail will operate as normal except when motorcades travel close to Herzl Boulevard.

Public Transportation

Disruptions are expected in public transport services affected by the closures. For updates, dial *8787 or visit the website: