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The company is equally owned by companies like the Limited and Auto Iris Travelers Yeruham Limited.
The company owns 2000 buses and employs about 2500 employees in three branches – Afula, Yokneam Jerusalem.
The company also operates special trips to Jerusalem employing about 20 drivers who operate 16 minibuses and 4 full-size buses.
In addition, the company also operates specialty lines to transport students.
Superbus was formed in 2000, to participate in auctions for the privatization of public transportation in Israel's whose goal was to lower prices and break the monopolies of the Egged Bus Cooperative, and the Dan Bus Company.
Smart Card Payments
All Superbus services accept the Rav-Kav smart card as payment, which operates on the rest of public transportation in Israel, beginning with the Beit Shemesh and Jerusalem corridor lines from 2008, and the Ramla–Lod–Matityahu from 2011.
In 2007 it was published that Superbus won a tender to operate public transportation in Bet Shemesh and the Jerusalem corridor in spite of its low quality of service, and the large number of complaints filed by passengers against the company.
In early 2009 the company began operating lines in Beit Shemesh and the Jerusalem corridor.
Since the summer of 2011 the company began to operate a night line.
In 2013, Superbus lost the Ramla–Lod–Matityahu tender to the rival Kavim bus company, and the Beit Shemesh tender in 2017.
In 2019 Superbus lost the Jerusalem corridor tender to Afikim, which will take over November 1.
Superbus began operating the Metronit in Haifa on October 15, 2021.
Involvement in Israeli settlements
On 12 February 2020, the United Nations published a database of companies doing business related in the West Bank, including East Jerusalem, as well as in the occupied Golan Heights. Superbus was listed on the database on account of its activities in Israeli settlements in these occupied territories, which are considered illegal under international law.
- Idan Yosef (4 December 2007). "Superbus won a tender to operate Bet Shemesh lines" (in Hebrew). Retrieved 24 November 2008.
- Beni Barak (3 October 2003). "Survey: The number of complaints against taxi drivers increased significantly" (in Hebrew). Retrieved 24 November 2008.
- Idan Yosef (3 March 2008). "Superbus will operate lines in Bet Shemesh and the Jerusalem Corridor" (in Hebrew). Retrieved 24 November 2008.
-  from the official website
- "Database of all business enterprises involved in certain activities relating to Israeli settlements in East Jerusalem and the West Bank (A/HRC/43/71)". UN OCHA. 12 February 2020. Retrieved 12 September 2021.
- "UN rights office issues report on business activities related to settlements in the Occupied Palestinian Territory". Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights. 12 February 2020. Retrieved 5 July 2021.
- "S/RES/2334(2016)". United Nations Security Council. 23 December 2016. Retrieved 5 July 2021.