|Above: YouTubeCA video - Israel - Jerusalem light rail - רכבת קלה - tramway - Strassenbahn ישראל ירושלים - Length: 4:46 mins.||Above: YouTubeCA video - Jerusalem Light Rail - Length: 4:02 mins.|
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|Jerusalem Light Rail||Air Force Street (‘Heil Ha-Avir) - Shuafat (Shu'fat / Šuʿafāṭ) - Damascus Gate (Sha'ar Sh'khem / Bab Alamud) - Safre Square (Kikar Safra) - Central Bus Station (HaTahanah HaMerkazit Shel Yerushalayim) - Mount Herzl (Har Herzl)|
CHARACTERISTICS OF THE SYSTEM
- Trams: 13.8 km.
- Light Rail: 19 Aug. 2011 - today.
- Urban tramways: 1435 mm.
- Levy, R. "Jerusalem LRT: Meeting the COVID-19 challenge" Tramways & Urban Transit June 2020 (83: 990), p.208-210.
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