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Tel Aviv-Savidor Center

Tel Aviv-Savidor Center

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Station Address: 10 Tel Aviv, Str. Al Parashat HaDrachim

Station Address: 10 Tel Aviv, Str. Al Parashat HaDrachim

Station opening hours

  • Tel Aviv Gate

    Sun-Thu24 hours


    Sat' NightFrom19:30

  • Exchange gate



    Sat' NightClosed

  • Sun-Thu06:00-22:30


    Sat' Night00:00-18:00

Cashiers opening hours

Sun24 hours




Sat' NightFrom 18:30

Cashiers opening hours

Main Entrance





Sat' Night20:30-23:30

Rav Kav stands opening hours



Sat' NightClosed

What's on the station

  • Lockers

  • Accessibility for handicapped

  • Ticket machine

  • Food and drinks shop

  • Library

  • piano

  • Bicycle parking

  • Wi-Fi

Accessibility at the station

In order to ensure the best possible service for the public and pursuant to the Equal Opportunities for Disabled People Regulations (Accessibility Arrangement for Public Transport Services), 5763 – 2003, should you require assistance, in boarding and alighting from the train, from a staff member at the train station, please coordinate your trip with us in advance, through the website or through the service hotline on *5770. We will do our best to provide you with the best possible service, even if you have not coordinated your trip in advance.

In any case, please coordinate trips that occur between 20:00 in the evening and 06:00 the next morning, as well as trips occurring on Saturday night, at least 2 hours in advance. 

Should you be part of a group or 2 or more people confined to wheelchairs, please inform us of your travel plans at least 2 hours in advance.

For coordination of travel for the disabled

About the station's name

Tel Aviv Savidor Center station – was named after Menachem Savidor (1917–1988) who served as CEO of Israel Railways from 1954–1964. During his term of service, Israel Railways completed its process of becoming a modern body in terms of organization and technology as compared to the days of the British Mandate. The Railways' scope of passenger and cargo transport rose significantly as did its operational efficiency.  After concluding his service as Israel Railways CEO, Savidor was elected to serve as a Member of Knesset and later as Knesset speaker. Savidor inaugurated the Tel Aviv Center station a little after entering his position and died several months after the station was re-inaugurated in its expanded format.