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Neve Paritzki (נווה פריצקי)The first tunnel for cycling in Israel opens in Jerusalem

The Kerem Tunnel provides a unique ride and hiking experience that is to be enjoyed by all. 
As part of the 42-kilometer Jerusalem Ring Path cycling route, which surrounds the capital city, the Kerem Tunnel was inaugurated. 
The tunnel connects Nahal Refaim with Emek Motza. Its southern entrance is located beneath Ein Laban in Refaim Park. The northern entrance can be found in Nahal Ein Kerem. 
The 2.1-kilometer-long tunnel was officially opened by Jerusalem's Heritage Minister Zeev Elkin. It was also attended by Mayor Moshelion, Avi Balehnikov Gihon Water Company Chairman, and thousands of cyclists. 
Jerusalem was once a major tourist attraction because of its rich history. Elkin explained that nowadays, in addition to its historic treasures the tunnel project incorporates modern-day tourism. "The launch of the tunnel is an additional aspect of the development Jerusalem and its transformation to an attractive tourist destination for everyone across Israel as well as around the world. 
Elkin his ministry, which spearheaded the project along with Jerusalem Municipality stated that his ministry has invested thousands of shekels each year in the city's tourism development as well as in creating new activities and ventures which will link the amazing historical past and future of Jerusalem. I would like to invite you to ride your bicycles along a stunning maintained, well-maintained path that looks out over Old Jerusalem. 
Elkin's ministry and the Tourism Ministry budgeted the project. 
Elkin stated that the Kerem Tunnel project is an important tool in realizing the vision to transform the idea of transport in Jerusalem. "The new tunnel, which connects to the lengthy Jerusalem Ring Path, will connect the existing bike routes in the city as well as those that are paved in the various neighborhoods to encourage cycling among the city's residents as well as its visitors, and also in promoting the green revolution of transportation in the capital city." 
The Kerem Tunnel first was excavated in the 1990s to create an important sewer line for the Gihon Corporation towards Sorek. It is currently utilized as an infrastructure tunnel that includes the fifth waterline that runs to Jerusalem via the Mekorot water corporation. 
"The Kerem tunnel project is crucial to realize the vision for changing Jerusalem's transport system. " 
Jerusalem Mayor Moshe Leon 
The current projects include road construction, installation blowers as well as advanced safety equipment to ensure the tunnel is safe for all to use all year. The Kerem Tunnel also allows access to unique recreation spots which include the Ein Kerem neighborhood, the biblical zoo, aquarium and the along with the historic natural springs in Ein Laban and Ein Haniyeh. 

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