Two weeks ago, the Tel Aviv Municipality agreed to allow the construction of a high-speed fiber-optic network connecting Jerusalem and Tel Aviv to allow residents to receive Internet access in the city.
The first phase of the network, to be called Tel Aviv Fiber, is scheduled to begin in the summer of 2019, with the second phase expected to begin next year.
The construction of the fiber-based network will be one of the first major infrastructure investments by the city since the 1967 Middle East War.
The city has faced many challenges in the construction process, including the fact that the Israeli military is now responsible for the security of Tel Aviv, as well as Israel’s military-industrial complex, which is responsible for all the construction.
The current construction work is also expected to be the first of its kind in Israel, which has the third largest population of Arab Israelis in the world.
But the construction work has sparked protests and calls for Israel to be recognized as a sovereign state.
According to a statement released by the Jerusalem municipality, the construction has been delayed by the construction permit process, and the company has now requested a deferral to allow time for the company to build a test and final design of the infrastructure.
According to the statement, this is necessary due to the fact the city was unable to secure the necessary permits from the State of Israel to build the fiber network.
The Jerusalem municipality said that the delays are due to Tel Aviv’s lack of expertise and planning.
The municipality said in the statement that it will continue to negotiate with the Telavod and Israel Telecommunications Company to develop a technical solution to the problems with the project.
“We have been waiting for the right moment to create a high speed fiber-to-the-home system for many years.
We need to find solutions for these issues that can create a new high-quality network for Tel Aviv,” said the statement.
The Tel Aviv City Council’s Planning and Development Committee approved the project, but the council also decided to delay the first phase until 2019, after the company received approval from the City of Jerusalem to start construction.
According, the new network is expected to bring many benefits for the citizens of the city, including internet access for the first time in the area.
It will also serve as a platform for the expansion of the TelAvod’s fiber network in the future, the statement said.
According the city of Jerusalem, the fiber optic network will bring about a new type of infrastructure for the city as a whole, and for the Tel Avod as well.
“The construction project is the first in the region and the city has been in the process of upgrading the infrastructure for many decades,” Mayor of Jerusalem Nir Barkat said.
“This is the start of the beginning of a new era in the development of the City’s infrastructure.”
According to the Jerusalem Post, the first three phases of the project will cost the city approximately $1.2 billion, with an estimated cost for the last phase of construction to be about $2.6 billion.
The construction is expected start in 2019 and finish by 2020.