You can find on this page the Tel Aviv transport map to print and to download in PDF. The Tel Aviv transportation map presents the transports network and transport zones of the transit of Tel Aviv in Israel.

Tel Aviv transports map

Map of Tel Aviv public transports

The Tel Aviv transport map shows all means of transportation in Tel Aviv. This transports map of Tel Aviv will allow you to move easily with public transport of Tel Aviv in Israel. The Tel Aviv transportation map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Seen as the hub of the Israeli transportation system in terms of road, rail, and air transport. The Israeli road network partly centers around the city with some of the country largest highways passing through or running to the city. The city forms a major part of the country rail network, whilst Ben Gurion International Airport located near the city is the country largest airport as you can see in Tel Aviv transport map. There is also a strong transportation system within the city which is based around bus transportation.

The Rav-Kav is a smart card used as the main form of payment for public transportation in Israel as its showb in Tel Aviv transport map. It can be used to take the train or bus. If you take the bus, it is the only form of payment accepted. The train connects Tel Aviv with major locations throughout Israel, while buses cover a wide range of locations, both within and outside Tel Aviv. At the train stations, you can also purchase paper tickets through the machine or with ticketing agent. There are two types available: a personalized card and an anonymous card. Visitors and travelers generally use the anonymous card, which does not require personal passenger information and can be purchased for a one-time payment of 5 NIS. You can purchase your card at tourist information centers (see INFO for addresses), train stations, and the airport. You can also buy it on board any bus for 10.90 NIS- this includes the price of the card itself as well as a ride in the city.

Tel Aviv Municipality is trying to encourage the use of bicycles in the city, aiming to open 100 bicycle-rental stations to serve 74 kilometers (46.0 mi) of bicycle paths. Plans call for expansion of the paths to 100 kilometers (62.1 mi) by 2009 as its mentioned in Tel Aviv transport map. In early 2008, Tel Aviv Municipality announced a pilot scheme to build charging stations for electric cars. Initially, five charging points will be built, and eventually 150 points will be set up across the city as part of the Israeli electric car project, Project Better Place . Furthermore, battery replacement points will be located at the city entrances.