Israel's weekend bus lines will this week return to normal operations, following the lifting of emergency regulations put in place to combat the spread of coronavirus.
The Egged bus company said Monday that all bus lines, including intercity routes, will return, and the special measures adopted during the pandemic would be lifted.
In accordance with new directives from the transport and health ministries, intercity buses will be able to carry 46 passengers, city buses can carry up to 49 passengers and articulated buses up to 75 passengers.
Due to the delay in the return of rail services until June 8, buses will not stop at train stations before then.
Night buses will also not resume operations yet and buses serving educational institutions are returning in line with the reopening of the relevant schools.