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Jerusalem light rail

On Sunday I took a couple of hours to explore the fairly new Jerusalem light rail. It opened in late 2011 and when I was last here in 2009 it was still under construction. I’m staying near Damascus Gate, and … Continue reading

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Politics, infrastructure and representation: The case of Jerusalem’s Light Rail

I’ve written briefly about the Jerusalem Light Rail before. There is a very interesting article by Amina Nolte and Haim Yacobi, ‘Politics, infrastructure and representation: The case of Jerusalem’s Light Rail‘, in Cities (requires subscription) which discusses the politics and geographies of this in some … Continue reading

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The Production of Jerusalem

The Guardian has an interesting report about the new light railway being built in Jerusalem here. The last time I was there in 2009 there was a lot of work going on in Jaffa Street. The focus of the story is … Continue reading

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