Highway 50 (Israel–Palestine)

Coordinates: 31°48′07″N 35°12′08″E / 31.80194°N 35.20222°E / 31.80194; 35.20222
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31°48′07″N 35°12′08″E / 31.80194°N 35.20222°E / 31.80194; 35.20222

Highway 50
שדרות מנחם בגין\כביש בגין
Sderot Menahem Begin/Kvish Begin
Menahem Begin Boulevard/Begin Expressway
Route information
Length13.5 km (8.4 mi)
16.2 km (10 mi)
upon completion of Begin South
ExistedJune, 1998–present
Major junctions
South end
  • HaMinharot Junction (u.c.)
Major intersections
  • Malha Interchange (u.c.)
  • Dov Yosef Interchange (u.c.)
  • Golumb Interchange
  • Givat Mordechai Interchange
  • Kiryat Moshe Interchange
  • Givat Shaul Interchange
  • Golda Meir Interchange
  • Yigael Yadin Interchange
  • Benzion Netanyahu Interchange
North end
  • Atarot Junction
Major citiesJerusalem
Gilo (u.c.), Beit Safafa (u.c.), Malha/Manahat, Holyland, Katamonim, Bayit VeGan, Beit HaKerem, Givat Mordechai, Kiryat Moshe, Kiryat HaLeom, Givat Shaul, Har Hotzvim, Ramot, Beit Hanina, Atarot
Highway system

Begin Road (Hebrew: שדרות בגין, Begin Boulevard, Sderot Begin), also called Menachem Begin Expressway or Begin Highway, is an urban highway crossing western Jerusalem from north to south. It is named after Israel's sixth Prime Minister, Menachem Begin. The road starts at Atarot Junction and ends in HaMinharot Interchange. It connects to Road 60.

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