The Green Line – the light rail project in Tel Aviv
The Green line of the light rail is part of the mass transit system in the Dan metropolis, and runs on an overhead and underground route between the cities of Rishon Lezion, Holon, Tel Aviv and Herzliya.
The length of the line is about 39 kilometers, of which 4.8 kilometers are two parallel tunnels and 34 kilometers in an overhead route. The line is expected to cover four cities and about 62 stations, including four underground stations.
E. Spivak company was appointed by NTA to manage the execution of 2 sections out of 5 in the line, with the total work content of a total length of approximately 16 km:
- Execution of infrastructure copying and urban development works (Infrared 1) as part of concessionaire tenders – establishment of tasks based on a bill of quantities.
- Performing heavy civil engineering works:
- A pair of 2.4 km TBM tunnels each.
- 3 underground stations Kaplan, Rabin and Arlozorov West.
- Submerged station – Lewinsky.
- Start-up areas.
- Execution of civil engineering works and earthworks in the framework of detailed quantity tenders.
- Execution of a depot in the area of the municipal area of the Herzliya Municipality.
The budget of the project managed by Company E. Spivak is apx. 4 billion.
The project is planned to be carried out for about 7 years.
Illustrations courtesy of NTA