ISR launches ’Akko – Karmi’el passenger services

The new station at Karmi'el has parking for 700 cars.

ISRAEL: Regular passenger trains began running to the Galilean city of Karmi’el on September 20, with the start of revenue operation on ISR’s 23 km Akko – Karmi’el branch. The double-track branch diverges from the Haifa – Nahariya line between ’Akko and Kiryat Motzkin.

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