OKdesign – Oren Kwintner | Carmleton
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Carmelton – Carmel Tunnels

First Introduced:

March 2007

Animation, Code Integration, Graphic design, Visual Layout

The Carmel Tunnels are a set of road tunnels in Haifa, Israel and are operated as a BOT project. The tunnels’ purpose is to reduce road congestion in the Haifa area and to provide an alternate route from south to east, cutting travel time from 30–50 minutes down to 6 minutes and avoiding the traffic-congested downtown Haifa.


The mini site was designed to show and monitor the excavations and building progress and allow a dialogue with the general public about the tunnels.


The mini site had a Flash application that displayed an updated progress of the four tunnels excavations and their route over a map along with a regularly updated gallery of photos from the excavation and construction sites.



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