Several Tel Aviv streets to be closed till 11:00

June 17, 2006 06:14


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Due to the Lt.-Col. Eyal Weiss Memorial Triathalon, due to begin Saturday morning in Tel Aviv, the following streets were scheduled to be closed until 11:00 a.m. Saturday:

  • Derekh Namir southbound from Glilot Junction to Sderot Rokach
  • Sderot Rokach in both directions between Derekh Namir and Rehov Hata'arucha
  • Rehov Hata'arucha between Derekh Namir and Rehov Yordei Hasira. The streets in the immediate vicinity of the Tel Aviv harbor were also expected to be closed to traffic, Army Radio reported.

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