A private Israeli transportation operator, holding concessions for major public transport routes and serving institutional and private transportation needs nationwide. The company is owned by the publicly traded Israeli company Electra (51%).
The company operates bus lines in service of settlements in the occupied West Bank, Jordan Valley and East Jerusalem.
The company’s bus lines include services to the settlements of Ma'ale Adumim, Ariel, Beitar Illit, Givat Ze'ev, Beit Horon, Efart, Kiryat Arba, Hebron Hills, Gush Etzion settlements and Binyamin settlements in the occupied West Bank; Ma’ale Efrayim in the occupied Jordan Valley; and Ramot settlement neighborhood in occupied East Jerusalem.
Company branch offices are located in the settlement of Migdal Oz in the occupied West Bank.
In May 2021, Electra Afikim purchased Egged Ta’avura, a transportation services company formerly owned by Egged (50%), making it one of the three largest public transportation companies in Israel.
Egged Ta’avura holds a franchise for the operation of bus lines in service of settlements in the West Bank and the Jordan Valley, including the settlements of: Ma’ale Adumim, Givat Ze’ev, Efrat, Kiryat Arba, Ariel, Ali, Fatsa'el, Mehola, and the settlements blocks of Gush Etzion settlements, Har Hevron settlements and Mateh Binyamin settlements.