თელ-ავივი: განსხვავება გადახედვებს შორის

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[[Image:Kirya bridge Tel Aviv.jpg|thumb|Multimodal traffic in Tel Aviv includes pedestrians, private vehicles, buses, taxis and trains.]]
[[Image:Littleuni 13.jpg|thumb|აიალონის გზატკეცილი თელ-ავივის აღმოსავლეთ ნაწილში]]
[[Image:Littleuni 13.jpg|thumb|The [[Highway 20 (Israel)|Ayalon Highway]] on Tel Aviv's eastern border]]
Tel Aviv is a major transportation hub, with many major routes of the national road network passing through the city. The main highway leading to the city is the [[Highway 20 (Israel)|Ayalon Highway (Highway 20)]], which runs along the eastern side of the city from north to south along the Ayalon River riverbed, dividing for the most part Tel Aviv and Ramat Gan. Driving south on the Ayalon gives access to [[Highway 1 (Israel)|Highway 1]], leading to [[Ben Gurion International Airport]] and Jerusalem. Within the city, the main routes are King George Street, [[Allenby Street]], [[Ibn Gabirol Street]], [[Dizengoff Street]], [[Rothschild Boulevard]], and in Jaffa the main route is Jerusalem Boulevard. Namir Road connects the city to [[Highway 2 (Israel)|Highway 2]], Israel's main north–south highway, and Begin/Jabotinsky Road, which provides access from the east through Ramat Gan, Bnei Brak and Petah Tikva. Tel Aviv, accommodating about 500,000&nbsp;commuter cars daily, suffers from increasing congestion. In 2007, the Sadan Report recommended the introduction of a [[Road pricing|congestion charge]] similar to that of [[London]] in Tel Aviv as well as other Israeli cities. Under this plan, road users traveling into the city would pay a fixed fee.<ref>{{cite news |url=http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull&cid=1198517321459 |title=Public transportation to be overhauled |accessdate=2008-01-27 |work=[[Jerusalem Post]] |date=2008-08-01 |last=Wrobel |first=Sharon }}</ref> Tel Aviv Municipality is trying to encourage the use of bicycles in the city, aiming to open 100&nbsp;bicycle-rental stations to serve {{convert|74|km|mi|1|sp=us}} of bicycle paths. Plans call for expansion of the paths to {{convert|100|km|mi|1|sp=us}} by 2009.<ref>{{cite news |url=http://www.jpost.com/servlet/Satellite?cid=1200572503247&pagename=JPost%2FJPArticle%2FShowFull |title=City wheels in bicycle rental plan |accessdate=2008-01-31 |date=2008-01-21 |work=[[Jerusalem Post]]}}</ref>
 
თელ-ავივში არის რკინიგზის ოთხი სადგური აიალონის გზატკეცილის გასწვრივ. სადგურები ჩრდილოეთიდან სამხრეთისკენ: თელ-ავივის უნივერსიტეტი, თელ-ავივ მერკაზი, თელ-ავივ ჰაშალომი და თელ-ავივ ჰაჰაგანა (თელ-ავივის ავტოსადგურთან). თელ-ავივში ყოველთვიურად ახლომდებარე ქალაქებიდან მილიონამდე ადამიანი ჩამოდის.
Tel Aviv has four [[Israel Railways|train stations]] along the Ayalon Highway. The stops are from north to south: Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv Merkaz, Tel Aviv Hashalom (adjacent to [[Azrieli Center]]) and Tel Aviv Hahaganah (near the [[Tel Aviv Central Bus Station]]). It is estimated that over a million&nbsp;people travel by train from the surrounding cities to Tel Aviv each month.
 
The [[Tel Aviv Central Bus Station]] is in the south of the city. The main bus network in Tel Aviv is operated by [[Dan Bus Company]]; the [[Egged Bus Cooperative]], the world's second-largest bus company, provides intercity transportation.<ref>{{cite web|url=http://www.mfa.gov.il/MFA/MFAArchive/2000_2009/2001/11/Facets%20of%20the%20Israeli%20Economy-%20Transportation |publisher=Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs |title=Facets of the Israeli Economy &ndash; Transportation |date=[[2001-11-01]] |last=Solomon |first=Shoshanna |accessdate=2007-07-17}}</ref>
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