A ceremony to take the drilling machine of the green line on the light rail in Tel Aviv from Nordau to Arlozorov, including words of Anat Toker Alpert, assistant to the general manager of the green line and Lea Shmoul, director of the green line's execution division/NAT
While the Gush Dan underground railway network is still at least a decade and a half away from us, another small progress was made today on the way to its little sister in Tel Aviv.
Another drilling machine left from the Nordau station heading south, starting to dig the tunnel on the way to the future Arlozorov station.
From there, 2 more machines will continue to dig the route towards the Rabin station, similar to Carlebach, where two tunnels have already been broken to the last station in the underground section, Levinsky.
The ceremony of sending off the drilling machine/NATA
In total, the underground section will extend for 4 km with 6 stations, at a depth of about 30 meters: Levinsky, Karlibach - where the red line already passes in its underground section - Kaplan, Rabin, Arlozorov, Nordau. The mining is carried out by the CSCEC company. The entire line will stretch for 39 km and include 62 stations, from Rishon Lezion Derech Holon and Tel Aviv-Jaffa to Herzliya.
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The map of the underground section on the green line of the light rail in Tel Aviv/NATA
In fact, the additional route will allow fast travel from Petah Tikva, Bnei Brak and Ramat Gan to the Ibn Gvirol area on the Yarkon border, without going above ground, but as mentioned while changing trains, when the green and red lines will pass at the Karlibach station at two different levels.
A taste of the metro as it is abroad, until the establishment of the real and separate metro network, which, as revealed in Vala, estimated by outgoing NTA CEO Haim Glick, will not operate before 2040.
And the Green Line? Officially, it is supposed to start operating in 2028, but Glick He estimated on that occasion that the opening would be delayed by a year, an estimate that does not yet fully include the effects of the Iron Swords War, the termination of approval for the work of Palestinian workers and the departure of many foreign workers and consultants, which is currently dramatically slowing down many infrastructure projects.
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