TA Mayor Huldai: There will be buses in Tel Aviv on Shabbat

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February 22, 2012 12:12

 
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Tel Aviv Mayor Ron Huldai on Wednesday stood by a Tel Aviv-Jaffa city council decision to seek permission from the Transportation Ministry to operate buses on Shabbat.

Despite criticism, there will be public transport in Tel Aviv on Shabbat, Huldai told Army Radio.

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