A number of streets set to close for Jerusalem Succot procession

September 24, 2013 11:00


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A number of streets were scheduled to be closed off to traffic on Tuesday afternoon and evening ahead of the capital's annual Succot procession.

Between the hours of 1:30 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. the following streets were scheduled to be closed: Bezalel, Be'eri, Hillel, Hamelech David and David Remez. Also shut down will be Yitzhak Rabin Way from Zussman to Ben Tzvi and Ben Tzvi Way from Agrippas to Ruppin.

Police requested that the public come to the area by way of public transportation and not in private vehicles.

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