IR spends more

ON APRIL 5 Israel Railways put into service new buildings at Nahariya station, which is being rebuilt at a cost of US$1m. Traffic here rose by 50% last year, to 100000 passengers a month. Completion of a second platform next year will allow the launch of a half-hourly service, with ...

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