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Grapevine: End of an era

Movers and shakers in Israeli society.

Outrage over Swiss Green party candidate’s links to BDS

Heidi Mück sought to end work with French company because it helped build Jerusalem light rail.

The Rakevet Ba'emek Association's Yossi Saidov, Idit Rubin and Itamar Shahar on Emek Refaim Street.

Anger entrenches opposing sides amid light rail construction

“Look at Emek Refaim today. It’s declining.”


Jerusalem's planned cable car to the Old City is becoming a burden

A public statement against the plan was published by 70 architects, archaeologists, historians and intellectuals – among them, four Israel Prize recipients.

Planned extension of the Jerusalem Light Rail

Jerusalem to speed up infrastructure work amid coronavirus lockdown

Work will be done on the light rail, Begin Highway and a number of other roads and projects around the city

Fire and Rescue workers next to the light rail in Jerusalem where a 19-year-old woman was killed

19-year-old woman killed after being hit by light rail in Jerusalem

"At around 12:20 a.m. a woman fell between two wagons as the train was moving. MDA paramedics that arrived at the scene could only call her time of death."

THIS WEEK IN JERUSALEM: The next generation



Jerusalem by rail: What’s the latest on the capital’s light rail lines?

Last week in a dramatic move, CityPass announced its decision to not only not submit to the tender for the Blue and the Green lines, but to completely quit the entire project and leave Jerusalem.


THIS WEEK IN JERUSALEM: The best-laid plans

Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs.


Grapevine: Never say never

A senior pastor of The Pointe Church in Belmont, NC, Hardee is excited to participate in the Jerusalem marathon because support for and blessing Israel runs deep in his family.

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