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27 KM of routes will be added to Jerusalem's light rail, with more than 50 new stops.
Trains in the country were delayed or canceled altogether, as ticket offices and cargo services have been disrupted.
Trains were delayed by apparent cyberattacks as hackers posted the phone number of the country's supreme leader.
The incident happened on May 21 near Amstetten, a city located 70 miles east of Vienna, the Heute newspaper reported Wednesday.
The incident occurred when one of the trains, which was empty after being repaired, collided head-on with another train carrying 213 passengers travelling in the opposite direction on the same track.
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.
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