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Thursday, 1 September 2011

Competitive Tender Bid Process Launched for the building of Netivot Train Station in Israel

The Transport Ministry In Israel has this week launched a competitive tender process for the building of the new Netivot Railway Station between Ashkelon and Bersheba in Israel.  This railway line is currently being built to improve transportation in the south of Israel with the centre.  The full requirements have been set out here.  The deadline for bids is 31 October 2011.

The requirements are that any proposals to build the new station include a modern railway station, with a platform length of 300 feet, passes underground.  The railway line will see journey times between Ashkelon and Bersheba of 50 minutes, with four trains an hour each way.  It is expected that the cost of the construction of the station will be 45 million Shekels.

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