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Old July 24th, 2016, 02:41 PM   #1
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This thread is about public transport in Haifa, Israel. Carmelit map from urbanrail.net, drawn by me:
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From Arutz Sheva

http://www.israelnationalnews.com/News/News.aspx/224381

Fire in Haifa's Carmelit subway injures one
04/02/17 18:22



Haifa subway cars catch fire, smoke inhalation injures one

Thirteen firefighting teams on Saturday battled a fire in Haifa's Paris Station after two "Carmelit" train cars caught on fire. Heavy smoke spread to other underground stations and forced the closure of surrounding streets, with the exception of Hanassi Blvd. One neighborhood resident, a woman of approximately 70 years old was treated for minor smoke inhalation

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From Rail Journal

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Haifa - Nazareth light rail line approved
Tuesday, February 21, 2017



ISRAEL’s National Infrastructure Commission has approved plans for a 43km interurban light rail line linking Haifa with Nazareth and referred the project to the Israeli government

The Shekels 5.9bn ($US 1.6bn) line from Haifa Bay Bus Station to Hamusakhim Junction in Nazareth will serve 26 stations, nine of them with park-and-ride facilities

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