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| Tel Aviv metro delayed due to early elections

Chaya V    
Sunday, 06 January 11:51 AM

The decision about the Tel Aviv metro, the mass transit subway system connecting many cities in central Israel designed as a true solution to the problem of traffic jams in the region, will be delayed by at least another few months, following the dissolution of the current government. The metro is projected to cost NIS 100-150 billion, making it Israel's largest-ever infrastructure project.

On August 1, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Transport to formulate a proposal for creating means of facilitating rapid progress in development of public transportation in metropolitan areas, including the greater Tel Aviv metro. The proposal was to have been submitted by November 1, 2018, but was put off until early 2019, and will not be considered before the upcoming elections.


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