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Abba Hillel Station

City: Ramat-Gan
Method of Implementation:  Cut-and-Cover
Line: Red

The Abba Hillel Station is one of 10 underground stations on the Light Rail Transit's (LRT) Red Line through the heart of the Tel Aviv metropolitan area. Construction on this site is currently underway.
The Red Line is planned to commence passenger operations in October 2021.
The Abba Hillel Station is situated on Jabotinsky Boulevard in Ramat Gan, at the Abba Hillel Street Junction. It is between Bialik Station in the east and Arlozorov Station in the west.

 

Allenby Station

City: Tel Aviv
Method of Implementation: Cut-and-Cover
Line: Red

Allenby Station is one of 10 underground stations on the Light Rail Transit's (LRT) Red Line through the heart of the Tel Aviv metropolitan area. Construction on this site commenced in August 2015, and is part of the construction of the LRT.
The Red Line is planned to commence passenger operations in October 2021.
Allenby Station is the southernmost of the Red Line's ten underground stations.

 

Arlozorov Station

City: Tel Aviv
Method of Implementation: Cut-and-Cover
Line: Red

Arlozorov Station is one of 10 underground stations on the Light Rail Transit's (LRT) Red Line through the heart of the Tel Aviv metropolitan area. Construction on this site began in October 2015.
The Red Line is planned to commence passenger operations in October 2021.
Arlozorov Station is expected to be the largest LRT station in terms of passengers through the station due to its proximity to both the Savidor-Tel Aviv-Center train station and the bus terminal.
Arlozorov Station is situated on Al Parashat Drachim Street in Tel Aviv, adjacent to the Tel Aviv 2000 Terminal (Arlozorov Terminal) and to the Savidor-Tel Aviv-Center train station.

Aharonovitz Station

City: Bnei Brak
Method of Implementation: Cut-and-Cover
Line: Red

Aharonovitz Station is one of 10 underground stations on the Light Rail Transit's (LRT) Red Line through the heart of the Tel Aviv metropolitan area.
The Red Line is planned to commence passenger operations in October 2021.
The Aharonovitz Station is situated on Jabotinsky Boulevard in Bnei Brak, between Aharonovitz Street and Harav Shach Street. It lies between the Red Line's Em HaMoshavot Station in Petach Tikva (the first station on the Red Line) in the north and Ben Gurion Station in the west.

 

Ben-Gurion Station

City: Bnei Brak
Method of Implementation: Cut-and-Cover
Line: Red

Ben-Gurion Station is one of 10 underground stations on the Light Rail Transit's (LRT) Red Line through the heart of the Tel Aviv metropolitan area .
The Red Line is planned to commence passenger operations in October 2021.
Ben-Gurion Station is situated on Jabotinsky Boulevard in Bnei Brak, at the Ben-Gurion/Rabbi Akiva Junction.
The Ben Gurion station lies between the Red Line's Aharonovitz Station in the east and Bialik Station in the west.

 

Bialik Station

City: Ramat-Gan
Method of Implementation: Cut-and-Cover
Line: Red

Bialik Station is one of 10 underground stations on the Light Rail Transit's (LRT) Red Line Route which is in the Tel Aviv Metropolitan Area. Construction on this site commenced in November 2015 as part of the construction of the LRT.
The Red Line is planned to commence passenger operations in October 2021.
Bialik Station is situated on Jabotinsky Boulevard in Bnei Brak, adjacent to the following streets: Dr. Cohen, Zohar, HaTikvah and Hild Boulevard. It is bordered by Bialik Street in Ramat Gan and by the Abba Hillel Station in the west and Ben Gurion station in the east.

 

Carlebach Station

City:  Tel Aviv
Method of Implementation: Cut-and-Cover
Line: Red

Carlebach Station is one of 10 underground stations on the Light Rail Transit's (LRT) Red Line through the heart of the Tel Aviv metropolitan area. Construction on this site commenced in August 2015. The scope of work for this project included the removal of the Maariv Bridge.
While the Red Line will commence passenger operations in October 2021, the Carlebach Station will not open for operation until 2022. This is a particularly complex station to construct as it will be serve two lines at once - both the Red Line and the future Green Line.
Carlebach Station is situated on Derech Menachem Begin at the Maariv Junction. The construction site will extend all the way down Derech Menachem Begin, from HaRakevet Junction in the south to the HaTa'asiyah Street Junction in the north.
Stations in proximity to Carlebach are Allenby (on the corner of Allenby and Yehuda Halevy Streets) in the south and Yehudit in the north.

 

Shaul Hamelech Station

City: Tel Aviv
Method of Implementation: Cut-and-Cover
Line: Red

Shaul Hamelech Station is one of 10 underground stations on the Light Rail Transit's (LRT) Red Line through the heart of the Tel Aviv metropolitan area.
The Red Line is planned to commence passenger operations in October 2021.
Shaul Hamelech Station is located on Derech Menachem Begin, south of Shaul Hamelech Boulevard and across Noach Mozes Street in Tel Aviv.

 

Yehudit Station

City: Tel Aviv
Method of Implementation: Cut-and-Cover
Line: Red

The Yehudit Station is one of 10 underground stations on the Light Rail Transit's (LRT) Red Line through the heart of the Tel Aviv metropolitan area. Construction on this site is currently underway.
The Red Line is planned to commence passenger operations in October 2021.
The Yehudit Station is situated on Derech Menachem Begin between Yehudit Boulevard and Hahashmonaim Street. The construction works are situated between Yehudit Boulevard and Hahashmonaim Street, with the station itself situated between the Carlebach Station (under construction at the corner of Carlebach and  Derech Menachem Begin) in the south and the Shaul HaMelech Station in the north, at the corner of Derech Menachem Begin and Noach Mozes Street.

 

LRT Operation and Maintenance Center (Depot)

City: Petah Tikvah
Line: Red

The Depot is a storage, maintenance and operation center which will house the light rail vehicles outside of regular operating hours. It will also be where technical overhauls, safety tests, cleaning, and maintenance work, among other things, are performed.
The center is currently under construction in northern Petah Tikvah, between the Yarkon River and Em Hamoshavot Road. It will be connected to the Red Line via a designated rail spur. The Em Hamoshavot Station is being constructed adjacent to the Depot.
Construction work at the site began in July 2014 and is expected to be completed in the first quarter of 2019.

The Red Line's control center will be located in the Depot facility. The Control Center will control and supervise train traffic along the Red Line, within the Depot, and at Red Line stations. It will also control vital functions like communications, fire safety measures, and other major systems.

The Depot compound will have the capacity to store over 100 light rail vehicles in a specially designated area.

The 27-acre compound will be constructed according to sustainable development principles – ensuring the highest quality functional service for the LRT's vehicle fleet, with an emphasis on worker and passenger safety.

The Depot works include:

• Depot Entrance
• Maintenance building for Line Infrastructure
• Administration building
• Workshop building for both light and heavy maintenance of light rail vehicles.

There will be no changes to traffic arrangements in the area during construction of the Depot.

 

 

 

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