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A Jerusalem street [Illustrative].
(photo credit:MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)
JERUSALEM IS a work in progress, in which it seems that there will never be a let-up in construction. And just about every neighborhood is destined for a large influx of apartments, meaning that there will be a large influx of cars in already overcrowded roads. If residents of the city are victims of traffic think of what it will be like when every neighborhood gets an increase of at least 200 apartments.Among several approvals for building applications as well as for master plans that involve major additions of housing units, the district committee for planning and construction, headed by Dalia Zilber, last month approved master plans for Rehavia and Baka.
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