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A weekly round-up of city affairs.


Riots break out at Jerusalem light rail construction site - police

The rioters damaged fences and entered the work site in order to disrupt construction. Some even threw stones at law enforcement on the scene.

Smart traffic planning system LISA approved for use in Tel Aviv, Jerusalem

A Ministry of Transportation committee approved the adoption of LISA for traffic planning in Israel.

New Jerusalem light rail route passes district planning committee

The Purple Line, destined to cross the capital from East to West and intersect its three other lines, passed a major hurdle on Wednesday.

Jerusalem residents want bicycle lanes on Hebron Road, will they get it?

Hebron Road has become one of the most dangerous roads in the country. Between 2003 and last November, there were over 900 traffic accidents on the road involving casualties.


Teen girl falls down manhole on main street in Jerusalem

"She just didn't see where she was going, and slipped," said a shaken construction worker at the scene.

The expansion of the light rail red line begins with the laying of the first tracks

Jerusalem light rail: New track installation under way

27 KM of routes will be added to Jerusalem's light rail, with more than 50 new stops.

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Rav Kav travel cards to be reinstated for east Jerusalem residents

Residents of east Jerusalem have not been able to use Rav Kav cards since the beginning of 2020 after then-transportation minister Bezalel Smotrich announced an expected year-long pause.

GMV contracted to supply systems to Jerusalem Light Rail

GMV will provide the AVLS and DMS systems to the already established red line, as well as the green line currently under construction.

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