The light rail in Jerusalem was attacked by rock-throwers in several incidents Saturday night, damaging windows on a number of trains.
There were five separate attacks, Ynet reported, with four of them resulting in damage.
The incidents occurred in the Shuafat neighborhood, and between the Es-Sahl and French Hill stops.
No arrests have been made.
Security forces said last Wednesday they had arrested two men in their 20s for throwing stones at passing cars and the Jerusalem Light Rail.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered police to up patrols in East Jerusalem last week, saying he would not allow riots to become the norm.
The Times of Israel staff contributed to this report.