light rail

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."

A light railway driver drives a tram in Jerusalem
Spanish-Israeli company wins J'lem light rail tender; Chinese firm unsuccessful

"Selecting the winner of the JNET project is a key milestone in promoting Jerusalem's transportation infrastructure," said Accountant-General Rony Hizkiyahu.

08/08/2019
Himalayan Salt Lamps Actually Work – 10 Health Benefits You Should Know About

Ever since they got introduced in the market, there have been many myths and facts about Himalayan Salt Lamps.

28/07/2019
Israeli tech to speed up NY public transportation

Axilion’s technology coordinates streetlights with road vehicles, prioritizing public transit options like buses so that when they approach intersections, the traffic lights turn in their favor.

Four Chinese infrastructure giants bid for Tel Aviv light rail tender

The tender has been described by NTA as the largest in Israel's history and worth approximately NIS 15 billion ($4.14bn.)

31/05/2019
Tel Aviv light rail train car
First explosion-proof train for TLV light rail comes off assembly line

The train will be the first light rail train completely manufactured in China which will enter a market of a developed country.

21/04/2019
The Holyland saga is far from over.
Grapevine - Urban renewal blues

But today there is very little room to build outward; the only solution is to build upward. So Jerusalem will become a city of tall towers.

Jerusalem  snow
CityPass, we have a problem

Yossi Havilio is taking up the case of 'harassed' light rail passengers

20/03/2019
THIS WEEK IN JERUSALEM: The best-laid plans

Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs.

14/03/2019
A long and winding rail

The light rail system, one of the largest and costliest projects in Jerusalem’s history at an estimated NIS 30 billion, will at completion offer eight lines covering the entire city.

22/02/2019
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