Construction is underway at the first subway stations in Israel, the first to be built by a private company, and the first in the country built entirely in private.
The $3 billion project to build the new stations on the northern end of the Tel Aviv-Haifa railway line is scheduled to be completed in 2019.
The project has been in the works since 2012, and was originally expected to be complete by the beginning of 2021.
Construction began in 2014 and was expected to last about 18 months.
The new stations will have five entrances and six exits, the Tel Hashomer subway station being the first and the Kfar Amur station the second.
The new stations are expected to cost about $2 billion.
The Israel Railways and Israel’s Transportation Ministry have announced the construction of the stations and other facilities in the Tel Ha’aviv-Ha’avor area, which is located near the southern end of Israel.
Construction of the new train stations is expected to bring 1,000 jobs to the country.
Construction was originally planned to begin in 2019 but was delayed because of a technical problem with the construction workers, who were working on the construction site in the southern part of the country where construction is being done.
Israel has seen several subway stations built in the past, but this will be the first privately funded and built subway station.
The Israeli Transport Ministry had announced plans to build several more stations in the future.
The two stations are slated to open in 2019 and 2020, respectively.
The first station, which will be named Tel Ha-Aviv, will serve as a new entrance for commuters and will be located in the northern section of the station, at the southern tip of the line.
The station will also have a ticket counter, the Kfars Avraham metro station and the Avraham station for commuter services.
The second station, Kfarc Avraham, will be built in Tel Aviv and will also serve as the new ticket counter and ticket counter area.
The stations are scheduled to open later this year.
In addition to the new station, the new tracks on the Ha-Ha-Avor line will also include the first underground section of a subway line that connects Haifa to Tel Aviv.
This section will connect to the existing Ha-Arav-Avraham line, which connects to the Tel-Avib line.
Construction on the first new subway station will be completed by 2019, and it will be fully operational by 2021.
The Kfarr Avraham subway station, on the southern side of the Ha’Ha-Apar-Avram route, will also open in 2021, while the Avara Avram line will be operational by 2022.
Construction for the Kefar Avraham line will begin in 2021 and will last about six months.
Construction of the Avram-Avara line is expected by 2022, with completion expected in 2024.
The construction of Tel Aviv Metro will be a part of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s upcoming trip to Israel.
The Prime Minister is expected for the first time to visit Tel Aviv as part of a trip to the United States, the United Kingdom and the European Union.