Trains rush up and down the coast of Israel helping people get home for Shabbat. In a few hours, the trains will stop operating until sunset on Saturday.
A woman looks up from her reading to make sure there isn't a eastbound train coming.
A man rides his bike next to the Jerusalem light rail.
In Jerusalem there is only one tram line, but it's the best way to quick travel from the old town to Yad Vashem memorial located on the western slope of Mount Herzl.
Passengers wait for one of Jerusalem's modern light rail vehicles to come to a complete stop before boarding at the Shim'on Ha-Tsadik station northeast of central Jerusalem on a beautiful January ... (more)
In Jerusalem's Jaffa Street.
Trams at the terminus.
A Bombardier DoubleDecker train pushed by a JT42BW switches to the "wrong" track as it leaves Kfar Sava-Nordau station heading towards Hod Hasharon-Sokolov, the final stop on the route.
A double-DD push-pull train with an additional loco in the middle. Such trains are used on peak hours to overcome the crowdedness.
A northbound double-deck push-pull suburban train to Binyamina.