Weather delays train commuters heading south to TA

By JPOST.COM STAFF
December 12, 2010 12:38

 
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Israeli Railways trains from the North heading south experienced major delays of over half an hour Sunday due heavy traffic and a possible train breakdown cause by severe weather conditions.

Commuters were surprised by an unannounced transfer from trains to buses for those heading south from Tel Aviv's Savidor-Merkaz train station to Tel Aviv Hashalom (near Azrieli Towers) and Tel Aviv Hagana train stations.

A large number of commuter complaints was reported.

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