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The Malha train station is no longer just a train station, but also a transit hub serving inter-city bus lines and (in the future) a light rail station. Perhaps then, this page should be renamed to something more general (such as "Malha Terminal") and be split into section about each function of the compound? IgKh
I think Malcha Terminal sounds good. Many simply refer to it as the "Mercazit," which means small center. (or central, as in central train station.)--יהושועEric 18:15, 2 October 2006 (UTC)
I fixed some errors in the edit, but I'm not sure that his edit was completly true. As far as I know only line 162 has regained a route to the central bus station in addition to his Malha terminal stop.
Perhaps there is a confusion with line 5 (the Malha Terminal - Cental bus station shuttle that travel via Begin Boulevard).