Most roads to Jerusalem opened but public warned of icy conditions

January 8, 2015 10:09


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After being closed on Wednesday evening and overnight, most of the roads to and within Jerusalem were open on Thursday were opened on Thursday morning, the Transportation Ministry said. The ministry warned, however, that some of the routes remain icy. Public transportation to and from as well as within Jerusalem also resumed.

Road 90 between Ein Gedi and Nahal Dragot remained closed as of Thursday morning, the ministry said.

Other public transportation lines that had been temporarily disbanded would return to service gradually, and some lines would experience route alterations, the ministry added.

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