Jerusalem launches the first tender for Green Line preparatory work

Moriah Jerusalem Development Corporation has published the first tender for infrastructure preparation works for the Jerusalem light rail Green Line. The estimated value of the contract is NIS 60 million (EUR 14 million). The tender includes infrastructure work, support walls, development, and paving work stretching from the intersection of Bar Lev and Clermont-Ganneau Streets to Katzir Street in Jerusalem.
The Green Line, the second light rail line in Jerusalem, will be 19 kilometers long, starting at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem Mount Scopus campus and ending in Gilo. It will have 35 railway stations, and will pass through Hadassah Medical Center, French Hill, the government ministries compound, Ramat Eshkol, Teddy Stadium and the Pais Arena. The project of building the Green Line and extending the Red Line is estimated at $10 billion, with engineering work accounting for 40% of this amount. The tender is currently in the PQ pre-selection phase, which is slated for completion in November.


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