J'lem light rail to make maiden voyage

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February 24, 2010 22:10

 
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Jerusalem's light rail will make its 700-meter maiden voyage on Wednesday night, according to Israel Radio.

If the long-awaited trial ride goes according to plan, the train will make its way from Pisgat Ze'ev to Ramat Eshkol's Ammunition Hill via the French Hill.

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