Highway 6,Israel's first toll road, was a breakthrough in a new era in Israeli transport. The road represents a real revolution in terms of shortening distances, traffic flow, fostering environmental landscapes, customer service and improves the quality of life. Highway 6, is a major traffic artery in allowing a more rapid transition of the entire country. The road more comfortable than a road that exists today in Israel, faster, thanks to maintaining a high level of maintenance and flowing more for the technological capability to handle traffic problems are immediately.
Caramel Tunnels - advanced toll road system, established to improve the quality of life of residents of the Haifa area and shorten the time required disciplinary cross city. Three tunnels entrances and exits to the Caramel tunnels - Haifa South interchange Haifa west interchange and Neve Shaanan interchange (near the Grand Canyon) in the heart of the city.
Save time - a significant shortening of travel time. More accurate time management - you can plan your daily schedule more efficiently.
Vehicle costs savings - less travel time = less fuel costs and maintenance of the vehicle.
Tunnels can move in both types of tracks:
Track "subscriptions" that allows driving without a stop for payment.
Track "payment" – manually payment track for customers that their car is not subscribed.
The Light train Project, bringing many advanced technology to Jerusalem capacity, allowing moving of about 500 passengers each trip. The Light train, driven by electricity, is an environmentally friendly transport (very quiet), and accessible to all. The train will get priority in traffic lights operated by a traffic management center of Jerusalem (NETA). The trip duration downtown stations will end 20-15 minutes. Frequency Peak railway port would have 4.5 minutes during the day every 8 minutes, and at night all 12 min.
The first line will include a Citadis cars-302 cars manufactured in France and Alstom factory train will have two cars. Each car be equipped with 56 fixed seats and eight folding, and can travel 248 passengers.
The new fast route to Tel Aviv was built along Route 1 near the entrance to Ben Gurion Airport. The purpose of using the fast road is to facilitate the path to the entrance to Tel Aviv from the east where priority is given to public transportation and to vehicles that carrying four passengers and more.
The path is for those entering from the south to Tel Aviv and east and passengers will enjoy a quick trip paved road and more secure of highest standards. Effectiveness of using the fast lane is travel time savings, reducing fuel costs and expenses due to wear and cost savings vehicles parking in Tel Aviv. The road will also reduce air pollution as result of reducing the number of vehicles entering Tel Aviv.
The Israeli ministry of transportation and ministry of financial through Yefe Nof infrastructure LTD, promoting these days the Haifa metropolitan public transportation- Metronit. The Metronit is a high level of public mobility approach, that use high capacity upgraded buses with low floor and unique design that simulates "Light train". The use of the Metronit lines will reduce traffic congestion and pollution in Haifa metropolis.