From Times of Israel.

Work begins this week on a new road into Jerusalem touted as one that will “free up the bottleneck” of traffic at the main entrance to the city and significantly mitigate congestion.

Dubbed Road 16, the new thoroughfare will branch out from the main Route 1 near the Motza bridge and cut through the mountain via tunnel, emerging in the city’s Bayit VeGan neighborhood. The road will thus provide a quick connection to the city’s southern parts as well as the Begin expressway the cuts through the city.

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