Ministry of Transportation: Hi-speed train will up in three months

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January 9, 2018 19:24
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Ministry of Transportation announced on Tuesday the hi-seeped train between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem will be operational in an estimated three months.

According to the ministry, the new train will take only 28 minutes to connect the two cities and will operate with a frequency of two trains per hour.

The current time to travel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem is an average of 40 minutes to an hour depending on traffic.

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