NTA Metropolitan Mass Transit System Ltd planned to develop Tel Aviv Light Rail Green Line Project, in Tel Aviv, Israel. China State Construction Engineering Corp Ltd was the EPC contractor for G3-2 section. Levy & Shtark Consulting Engineers Co Ltd won the tender for the planning of the central segment of the Green Line. The project covered the construction of 39 km tram line, 4.5 of them underground, 62 stations, five of which are underground (the Levinski, Carlebach, Dizengoff, Kikar Rabin/Municipality, and Arlozorov stations), and transport 65000000 passengers annually. The Green Line is part of the Light Transit System of the Tel Aviv Metropolis. The line connects the southern areas of the Gush Dan Metropolitan Area (Holon and the outskirts of Rishon LeTzion) to Tel Aviv. As the connection line of the planned mass transit system, it will serve future developments along the coast between Tel Aviv and Herzeliyah and improve access to the employment areas in Ramat HaHayal, Tel Aviv University, Holon and Rishon LeTzion. The project was another successful construction of China's construction in the field of subway construction in developed countries after the United States and Singapore, and is also the largest abroad subway project in CSCEC.