Lerner and Associates Planned 60-acre urban park in commercial center would channel traffic into underground tunnel. An average of 750,000 vehicles drive every day on Israel's most heavily used freeway. Tel Aviv city officials have given initial approval to an estimated $500-million plan to add a 60-acre roof park over the central segment of the Ayalon Freeway, the busiest transportation artery and densest infrastructure corridor in Israel.The plan calls for covering a 2-kilometer-long by 100-meter-wide section with a grassy roof, with traffic flowing through a tunnel underneath.While a freeway roof has long been eyed by city officials, last month's approval
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