As traffic jams worsen in world's most expensive city, light rail builder says relief is on the way

Tel Aviv is embarking upon one of the world's most ambitious mass transit projects and relief could not come soon enough for commuters stuck in endless traffic jams in Israel's commercial and cultural capital.

The Red Line light rail is set to start operations in one year, forming the backbone of an integrated network that will eventually include three light rail lines and three metro subway lines branching out across the Gush Dan region.

The project's slogan in Hebrew is קשה עכשיו, קלה אחר כך (hard now, easy later). ... Read More: i24