The Tel Aviv metropolitan area, better known as the Gush Dan region, continues to live a season of development linked to the industry of high-tech, research centers of large multinational corporations and capital inflows collected by venture local and international capitalists. This increases the rate of attractiveness of the Region, however, making it the busiest hub of the country.

As planned by the Authorities and reported by the Ynet news website, by 2026 should begin work on the construction of a new underground system that interconnects all quadrants of the Region. The first estimates of the budget required are around NIS 140 billion, or about 35 billion euros.

In this regard the company NTA, manager and operator of the construction of the subway lines in Tel Aviv, has published this week a call to involve large international company in order to draw up a feasibility plan for the construction of 3 new lines in three lines, the north-south, the east to the sea and the ring that you should connect to the red line, already under construction, and the purple and green line (at an advanced stage of planning).


Source: medNews