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The relocation of Israel Railway’s intercity train service to Navon Station downtown is expected to complete the process and convert the city center into a major transportation hub, rounding out the many upgrading and renovation works done in the past and finalizing the roads’ future upgrade. 

Streets previously upgraded include Coresh, Shlomzion HaMalka, Yannai, Shimon Ben Shetach, Ben Sira, Agron, Shlomo HaMelech, Chavazelet, Hillel, Shamai, HaHistadrut, Munbaz, Yavetz, Agrippas, Yoel Moshe Salomon, and Menashe Ben Yisrael.

Squares previously upgraded include Generali, Zion Square, Davidka Square, Ki’akh Square, and Chatulot Square.


HaNevi’im Street

One of Jerusalem’s main streets, HaNevi’im boasting many historical architectural gems of the 19th and early 20th century. The upgrading works are intended to reinvigorate and renovate HaNevi’im Street and highlight its uniqueness as a living historic museum. 

The public space will undergo reorganization and be made accessible with preference given to pedestrians, while a creating an integrated local and unique vernacular for the street.

Design: Miller-Blum Environmental and Landscape Design


The Nachlaot Neighborhood

Nachlaot is one of the city’s neighborhoods most visited by tourists, who enjoy meandering around its enclosed courtyards. Upgrading the public urban space is intended to make the area more accessible and safer with priority given to pedestrian traffic, while creating an integrated local vernacular which will help preserve the unique historic nature of the street.

Design: Arad Simon Architects



Agrippas Street

Sukkat Shalom

Mishkenot Yisrael

Mazkeret Moshe

Ohel Moshe

Zichron Tuvya

Shilo Street

Batei Goral

Batei Rand

Batei Broide

Knesset A

Knesset B

Batei Munkacs

Knesset C

Shevet Achim 


Mesilat Yesharim Street

Bezalel Street