Tel Aviv Metropolitan Area - Metropolitan Rings

Metropolitan Rings

Israel Central Bureau of Statistics divides the Tel Aviv metropolitan area into four:

Metropolitan rings in the Tel Aviv metropolitan area
Metropolitan ring Localities Population (2009 census) Population density
(per kmĀ²)
Annual Population
growth rate
Total Jews and others1 Thereof: Jews Arabs
Core2 1 392,500 375,100 358,600 17,300 7,576.6 0.6%
Inner Ring3 13 834,600 833,600 787,900 1,000 6,931.7 1.0%
Northern Section 4 125,100 125,000 121,500 100 2,936.9 1.0%
Eastern Section 5 398,800 398,600 388,100 200 9,921.1 1.3%
Southern Section 4 310,600 310,000 278,300 700 8,261.5 0.5%
Middle Ring4 31 1,004,400 971,400 923,300 33,000 3,452.6 1.7%
Northern Section 6 205,200 205,000 199,400 200 3,922.9 1.3%
Eastern Section 8 258,500 258,400 243,000 100 3,790.0 2.5%
Southern Section 17 540,700 508,000 480,800 32,700 3,175.0 1.5%
Outer Ring5 206 975,100 863,400 826,400 111,600 929.0 2.6%
Northern Section 95 406,300 324,600 311,200 81,600 1,051.2 2.2%
Eastern Section 47 225,400 195,800 193,900 29,600 802.0 3.9%
Southern Section 64 343,300 343,000 321,300 400 898.8 2.2%
Total 251 3,206,400 3,043,500 2,896,200 163,000 2,119.7 1.7%

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