'Wheels of Hope' is expected to take over Jerusalem streets today

This is a social cycling event for children and adults with disabilities, in which some 6,000 participants are expected to take part.

By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
April 13, 2019 14:49
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'Wheels of Hope' is expected to take over Jerusalem streets today

Route map for "Wheels of Hope". (photo credit: POLICE SPOKESPERSON'S UNIT)

 
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Today, Between 07:30 and 13:30, there will be an event entitled Wheels of Hope, according to a police spokesperson.

This is a social cycling event for children and adults with disabilities, in which some 6,000 participants are expected to take part.

The cycling expedition will begin in the morning at Adashim Junction in a circular route through the Dormitories Junction, Megiddo Junction, Tishbi Junction, Hashomrim Junction, Nahalal Junction and will end at the Adashim Junction towards noon.

In order to ensure the safety of the riders participating in the event, the following road segments will be closed:

Route 60, Adashim, towards the dormitory, 07:00-08:15.

Route 65, the dormitory in the direction of Tzamido - 07:30-09:00.

Route 66 Tzamido - Tishbi Junction - 08:00-10:00.


Route 722, sit in the direction of the police station, 09:00-10:30.

Route 75 The guards turn towards Nahalal - 09:30-11:00.

Road 73 Tzahalal towards Tzadashim - 10: 00-12: 00. Israeli police officers will be found at intersections and will alert the public to alternate roads.

Officers would like travelers to please plan their routes accordingly, the detours are long and will apparently increase normal travel times.

It is recommended to use the Waze navigation application, which is updated according to the progress of the riders and the police information center.

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