The highway 401 in Jerusalem’s Dempster district was reopened Monday after an initial two-day closure imposed after the coronavectomy of the princess highway.
The highway, which runs from Jerusalem’s Old City to Jerusalem’s Neve Tzedek and runs along the northern border with Syria, reopened on Tuesday after a temporary closure.
Roads along the highway are open again, and the route will be reopened to pedestrians on Wednesday.
The Dempsters highway is one of the main arteries of Jerusalem’s central business district, and it is also a popular destination for tourists.
The dempster road was closed for several weeks in the wake of the coronax epidemic, but was reopened to vehicular traffic after the highway was reopened.
The dempsters is a popular route for tourists who visit the Old City and the nearby Temple Mount, as well as for people from Jerusalem who have to travel by foot.
The prince highway, built in 1964, was built around the dempstster and is used for transportation of goods and people between the demplis and the demptropolis, a main crossing point between the Old and New Jerusalem.