The Tel Aviv Metro is a subway system with three lines that will be a complementary system to the light rail. It is intended to expand the network of lines to the more remote suburbs – Kfar Saba and Raanana in the north, Petah Tikva in the east and streets in the south, and significantly shorten travel times to employment centers in Tel Aviv.
The estimated cost of the entire system is about NIS 150 billion.
According to NTA’s plan, the first phase of the system will operate in 2032, and the second phase will operate in 2040.
The Tel Aviv Metro network is the largest infrastructure project ever built in Istael and, consisting of:
• 3 lines (M1, M2, M3)
• 150 km of track (139 km of tunnels)
• 109 stations
• 7 Hubs
• 4 Depots
The METAV consortium, consisting of the Gadish and Egis staff, which includes 92 employees (45 locals and 47 foreigners), was appointed by NTA as the network manager of the Tel Aviv Metro on 11/30/21.
The main stages of the metro program are:
The PDP phase includes formulating a strategy for a project in any field from financing through engineering to work processes. The scope of work of the PDP phase consists of 20 chapters and 43 products, which according to the contract, have a set deadline for each product to be delivered. The duration of the PDP phase is 18 months.
NTP for PDP is given on 02/03/2022.
- Service: Management company
- Customer: NTA
- Financial Scope: NIS 150 billion
- Status: PDP - Pre Development Phase
- City: Tel Aviv Metropolis - (Raanana, Kfar Saba in the north. Rehovot and Bilu junction in the south, Petah Tikva, Yehud in the east, Tel Aviv, Bat Yam in the west)