Roads

Roads – Getting where you need to go safely

Planning a road requires far more than professional capability. It requires a particular vision, not only for the immediate future but for the long term as well. The road should be designed to connect from place to place, running through both existing and future communities.  It needs to be safe, free of potholes and rather than interfering with the landscape, it should be integrated with it in a harmonious way.

Hasson Yerushalmy’s history of successful road planning represents the wealth of expertise and capabilities it is known for.

 

Road #531

Road #531

This road connects the Trans-Israel Highway (road #6) with the Coastal Highway (Road #2). It runs a length of about 16km and contains many interchanges, bridges, railways and tunnels. It is one of the main roads that runs through Israel.

Road #358

Road #358

This scenic road connects Highway 31 and Highway 35 and passes various existing communities such as Shomriah, Lahav and Amatziah as well as planned communities like Mirsham and Haruuv.

Road #40

Road #40

This is a two lane highway in both directions and includes two interchanges. It has a smooth driving speed of 100 km/h which allows for significant travel time reduction each way.

Ayalon Freeways

Ayalon Freeways

Planned expansion of Ayalon Feeway (SB) between Glilot to Rokach, including rehabilitation of the existing road. 5 km in length.

Expansion of Ayalon Freeways (NB) in the JNF interchange area, including the rehabilitation of the existing road.

Road #134

Road #134

Road #145

Road #145

Seam line project

Seam line project

The project required careful preparation, taking into account professional solutions for engineering obstacles such as difficult topography across streams and problematic surfaces.

The project was completed with maximum success.

 

Raanana South Interchange

Raanana South Interchange