By July 11, 2019 Read More →

Jerusalem expects traffic balagan as major road to close

From Jerusalem Post.

Patience, compassion and understanding. These are the three attributes requested by Jerusalem authorities ahead of the three-year closure of one of the city’s primary thoroughfares on Sunday. Shazar Boulevard, a major road entering Jerusalem from Route 1, is expected to be blocked for all private vehicles from the Chords Bridge to Nordau Junction until 2022.

The closure is part of the second stage of The Jerusalem Gateway Project, an ambitious plan to turn the city entrance into one of the country’s leading business hubs. Once completed, the public transportation hub and 29.5-hectare (73-acre) business quarter – home to 24 high-rise office buildings and 2,000 hotel rooms – is forecast to create 60,000 new jobs in the city.

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