Green Line (Tel Aviv Light Rail)

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Green Line
Overview
TypeTram
StatusProposed
LocaleRishon LeZion, Holon, Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Ramat HaHayal, Herzliya
Stations58
Services2
Websitewww.nta.co.il
Operation
Planned opening2024 (estimated)
Operator(s)NTA
Technical
Line length35 km (22 mi)
Track gauge1,435 mm (4 ft 8 12 in) standard gauge
Electrification1500 V DC OHLE
Operating speed50 km/h (31 mph) in Street Level
70 km/h (43 mph) Underground

The Green Line is the proposed second section of a light rail system the Tel Aviv metropolitan area, known as Tel Aviv Light Rail. The line will run from Rishon LeZion northwards through Holon through central Tel Aviv and will split into two branches: One to Herzliya in the north, and one to Ramat HaHayal neighborhood in Tel Aviv in the northeast. The expected annual passenger forecast is 65 million.

NTA is including the design and boring of the Green Line's tunnels as part of Red Line's tunnels overall contract so that work on the Green Line's underground portion can commence immediately following the completion of the Red Line tunnels.

GreenLine
Abba Eban Avenue
Neveh Sharet -
Kiryat Atidim
Hachoshlim St.
Devorah Haneviya
Herzliya Deopt
Hanechoshet Street
Hof Hatchelet Tzafon
Habarzel Street
Hof Hatchelet Darom
Pinchas Rozen
Country Club
National Stadium
North West 2
Expo Tel Aviv
Hamichlalot
Tel Aviv University
Azorei Hen
Wise
North West 1
University Israel Railways
Propes
Brodetzki
Ramat Aviv
Namir Rd.
Levi Eshkol
Einstein
Sde Dov Sde Dov Airport
S. Y. Agnon
Rokach Boulevard
Yarkon Bridge
Nordau
Arlozorov
Rabin Station
Dizengoff
Carlebach Street
Lewinsky
Derech Shlomo
Kibutz Galuyot
Abu Kabir
Gitit
Holon Junction Israel Railways
Kugel
Sokolov
Hahistadrut
Karoza
Golda Meir
Serlin
Lavun
Geulim
Begin
Betzalel
Moshe Dayan
Hamelacha
Laskov
Mifratz Shlomo
Ch-500
Hamirkava
Sachorov
Holon Depot
Avnei Choshen
Hayovel
Lishansky
Masof Hamacabim
Israel Railways Moshe Dayan

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