Tender issued for new Haifa bus terminal

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July 7, 2014 17:40

 
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The Transportation Ministry and the Yefe Nof company issued a tender on Monday for a future "Merkazit Hamifratz" bus station in Haifa, slated to be the largest in Israel.

The NIS 200 million facility will encompass 12,000 square meters and will be a hub for all modes of public transportation in the Haifa metropolitan region, the ministry and firm said.

"Completing Merkazit Hamifratz is an important stage in the revolution of transportation that the Transportation Ministry is promoting in the North – to bring together the periphery and the Center," said Transportation MInister Yisrael Katz.

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