At the end of 2017, the first high-tech trains are scheduled to commute between the two largest metropolises. The Bögl ballastless track in several construction lots ensures a high level of ride comfort and safety on the approximately 56 kilometers of track.
First deployment of FF Bögl in Israel
Maximum speed between Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. In 30 instead of 90 minutes from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem: In addition to the existing, single-track Jaffa-Jerusalem railway line, Israel's first high-speed line is approaching completion after construction begins in 2001.