Trans-Israel Highway facts for kids
|כביש חוצה ישראל
Kvish Ḥotze Yisra'el
כביש יצחק רבין
Kvish Yitzḥak Rabin
|Cross Israel Highway
Yitzhak Rabin Highway
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|Length:||140 km (90 mi)|
|South end:||Ma'ahaz (Ma'ahaz Interchange)|
|North end:||Ein Tut Interchange (Milek stream)|
|Major cities:||Be'er Sheva, Kiryat Gat, Ramla, Petah Tikva, Rosh HaAyin, Pardes Hanna-Karkur, Hadera, Yokne'am, Haifa,|
Roads in Israel
Trans-Israel Highway (also called Road 6/The Israel Turnpike, Hebrew: כביש 6, Kvish Shesh (Hebrew: כביש חוצה ישראל, Kvish Chotzeh Yisra'el) is a main highway crossing Israel from north to south. A control center and the headquarters of the road authority is located at Kessem Interchange near Rosh HaAyin.
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Trans-Israel Highway Facts for Kids. Kiddle Encyclopedia.