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Unlike other major cities in Israel, local buses (but not the Carmelit subway) run on Friday nights (between 10.30pm and 5am) Saturdays and other Jewish holy days; however, they only operate minimal and highly infrequent services during these hours.
The two stations are:
* ''Mercazit HaMifratz'' — (bay area hub) connecting Haifa with the Krayot (northern suburbs) and the Galilee. Located near Lev
* ''Mercazit Hof HaCarmel'' — (Carmel coast hub) connecting Haifa with southern destinatons . Located near Hof HaCarmel train station.
Day time bus services in Haifa run reguarly between 5am and
Night bus services
== TIP == If you intend to use the bus reguarly ask the driver for a "Cartisiyah" ticket (51.20 nis) which
Haifa has a subway: the Carmelit funicular. It is the only subway in Israel. It is useful for getting up or down the mountain from downtown. However, it only extends to a small part of Haifa. So, if you need to go further, you can buy a ticket which includes a transfer to a bus for the remainder of your journey.
Due to its weird angled structure (made necessary by the steepness of the mountain) it is worth taking for fun even though it may not reach a useful destination. The Carmelit has few riders, so you'll always find a seat.
The Carmelit has
* ''Bnei Zion'' — in Golomb street, near the Bnei Zion (Rothschild) Hospital and the Bahá'í World Centre (see below).
* ''Massada'' —
* ''Solel Boneh'' — near Ha'atzmaut park, and the Haifa city hall.
* ''Kikar Paris'' — downtown. Near government