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There were 1.9 million railway passengers in Israel in May 2004, 48% more than in May 2003, according to figures published today by Israel Railways.
Acting Israel Railways general manager Yosef Mor said, “The steady rise in passenger traffic is a result of improved passenger service.” He added that Israel Railways had completed infrastructure work on the lines to Ashdod and to Ben Gurion Airport in May.
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