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The Kerem Tunnel, Israel’s newest cycle tunnel, was inaugurated as part of an extensive cycle path that circles the capital.
The tunnel is located through the Nahal-Refaim-Emek-Motza route. The southern entrance of the tunnel is below Ein Laban in Refaim Park. http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCSvNv7Qfm7eu1nMArSzmfQQ/videos The northern entrance can be found in Nahal Ein Kerem.
The tunnel’s official opening ceremony, which is 2.1 kilometers long took place in Jerusalem and Heritage Minister Ze’ev Elkin Mayor Moshelion, Heritage Minister Ze’ev Elkin Avi Baleshnikov (Gihon water company chairman of the company) and hundreds more cyclists.
Jerusalem was a sought-after tourist destination because of its rich past. Elkin explained that the present as well as its historic treasures the tunnel project includes modern tourism. “The inauguration [of] this tunnel is a further stage in the growth of Jerusalem as an attractive tourist destination for all types of travelers in Israel as well as around the world.”
Elkin the minister whose ministry as well as the Jerusalem Municipality led the project, stated that his ministry “invests hundreds of millions of shekels each year in the development all aspects Jerusalem’s visitors and in the creation and operation of new attractions, ventures and attractions that connect the glorious history of Jerusalem’s eternal city to the future”. I encourage the cycling community to ride a secure and modern-day route that takes the cyclist through Old Jerusalem.
Elkin’s Ministry as well as the Tourism Ministry budgeted the project.
Elkin stated that the Kerem Tunnel project was a important tool to realize the vision of altering the way of transportation throughout Jerusalem. Elkin explained that the proposed tunnel connects with the Jerusalem Ring Path and will join existing bike trails. It will also be made paved in the various areas. נווה פריצקי The tunnel will be a great way to encourage cycling and promote green transport in Jerusalem.
In the late 1990s In the 90s, the Kerem Tunnel was excavated to transfer the main sewer line of Gihon Corporation to the Sorek purification plant. It is now utilized for infrastructure purposes and houses the fifth water line which is operated to Jerusalem from the Mekorot water company.
“The Kerem Tunnel Project is crucial in achieving the vision to change the way transportation is thought of all over Jerusalem. ”
Jerusalem Mayor Moshe Lon
Construction of roads and installation, as well as blowers, sophisticated safety systems and electrical wiring are all part of the present work. The tunnel will be safe for public to use throughout the entire year.
The Kerem Tunnel gives you access to numerous recreation sites, including Ein Kerem Neighborhood, the Biblical Zoo and Aquarium, as well historic natural springs Ein Haniyeh or Ein Laban.