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Neve Paritzki (נווה פריצקי)Israel's first cycling tunnel opens in Jerusalem

The Kerem Tunnel is a great place to ride and hike. 
As part of the 42-kilometer Jerusalem Ring Path cycling route that surrounds Jerusalem's capital city, the Kerem Tunnel was inaugurated. 
It connects Nahal Refaim to Emek Motza. The tunnel's southern entrance is beneath Ein Laban in Refaim Park. The northern entrance can be found in Nahal Ein Kerem. 
The 2.1-kilometer long tunnel was inaugurated on Thursday, by Jerusalem and heritage minister Ze'ev Elkin as well as Mayor Moshe Lion. Avi Baleshnikov of Gihon, chairman of Gihon as well as a multitude of cyclists were also present. 
Jerusalem was a desirable tourist destination because of its glorious historical. Elkin said that today, apart from its historical treasures it is also home to modern-day travelers. "The launch of the tunnel project [is] another part in the development Jerusalem. It transforms Jerusalem into an attractive tourist destination for every kind of person throughout Israel, and worldwide." 
Elkin who, along with the Jerusalem Municipality spearheaded the project, stated that his ministry "invests hundreds of millions of shekels every year in the development of Jerusalem's tourism in all its aspects and also in the development of exciting tourist attractions and ventures that link the fascinating history of our eternal capital to the future of Jerusalem... נווה פריצקי I would like to invite cyclists everywhere to visit and enjoy the contemporary, well-maintained road that takes in the view of Old Jerusalem. 
Elkin's Ministry as well as the Tourism Ministry budgeted the project. 
Elkin declared that the Kerem Tunnel project was a important tool to realize the dream of shifting the idea of transport throughout Jerusalem. "The tunnel, which is being constructed to connect to Jerusalem Ring Path will join existing paths for bicycles and the ones that will be paved within its areas. The goal is to promote biking within the city's residents and to promote the green movement in the capital." 
In the 1990s In the 90s, in the 1990s, Kerem Tunnel was excavated to transfer the main sewer line of Gihon Corporation to the Sorek purification plant. It is now utilized for infrastructure purposes and also houses the fifth water line that connects to Jerusalem by the Mekorot water company. 
"The Kerem Tunnel Project is an important tool in realizing the dream to change the way transportation is thought of across Jerusalem. " 
Jerusalem Mayor Moshe Lon 
Present work includes road construction, installation blowers as well as advanced security systems to ensure the tunnel is secure to use throughout the year. 
The Kerem Tunnel also allows access to unique recreation sites - including the Ein Kerem neighborhood, the biblical zoo and aquarium, as well as the historic natural springs of Ein Laban and Ein Haniyeh. 

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