The best way to get around in Tel Aviv is on foot, since it is well connected within short distances. But there are various transportation options ranging from buses, trains, shared taxis, bike rentals and electric scooters for those we would like to consume less energy. Rav Kav is the public transportation pass in Israel, that enables passengers to install the required credits ahead of the journey for the use of all public means of transportation, except for shared cabs. The Rav Kav card can be purchased at the airport or the central train station.
There is also the Rav Kav mobile application, that makes online payment option possible. All the necessary information relating to fares, routes and timetables can be accessed on the website of main bus operator company, Dan. Furthermore, there are more environment friendly options provided by e-bike rentals services, such as Pole Position and O-Fun, that call for a fun ride along the coast.
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