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Transportation

Town Shuttle

The Caesarea Development Corporation operates an internal shuttle line- a new bus adorning the symbols of Caesarea. The shuttle runs daily and transports (free of charge) children, youth, and anyone seeking transportation from the various neighborhoods to the center of Caesarea and back.

Bicycle Paths

As of 2021, Caesarea residents enjoy 21 km of paved, comfortable, and safe biking paths.

And we have news for you- in the coming years, we intend to increase the number of paths to a total of about 42 km !, connecting all parts of town, including the train station, Business Park, and the surrounding localities.

Here are some reasons that we recommend biking around Caesarea:

  • The paths are safe for the whole family, for both riding and walking, day or night.
  • A green, non-polluting means of transportation
  • Athletic and active riding culture
  • Minimizes vehicle traffic in town

The extensive and future network of biking paths will comprise a giant continuous route from the Business Park train station to Highway 2 and to every point within Caesarea.
For the full biking path map >>

Public Transportation

Together with its partners in the Local Committee and Regional Council, the Caesarea Development Corporation works closely with the Ministry of Transportation to encourage and improve the town’s public transportation system. We believe that quality public transportation is an essential service for residents and allows mobility for teenagers, adults, and anyone who wishes to leave their vehicle at home.

Today, Caesarea operates three regular bus lines and another nightline during the summer:

Bus 80 connects Caesarea to the Binyamina and Caesarea-Pardes Hanna train stations, including a possible stop at Or Akiva. Schedule >>

Bus 9 from Caesarea to the Binyamina train station or through Or Akiva. Schedule >>

Bus 76 from Caesarea to Hadera, including stops at the nightlife area across Village Beach and Cinema City Hadera. Schedule >>

Night Bus 263 in the summer, from the surrounding towns, through the Port of Caesarea, to the Port of Tel Aviv. Schedule >>