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The dispute between the management and the union is only the tip of the iceberg of much more complex structural and strategic problems that Israel Railways has faced over the past years.
During the six-month test period, early-adopter passengers on the Jerusalem-Tel Aviv train line got an insider look at the phenomenon of mind-setting through negative news.
Israel Railways interim CEO Uri Sharir ordered on Monday the establishment of an investigation committee to assess the incident.
A number of sources told Globes that in recent weeks the pressure has been causing near accidents during work on the line.
By AMIRAM BARKAT AND SONIA GORODEISKY/GLOBES
Transportation Minister Israel Katz should be commended for the work he has done on highways throughout the country, but unfortunately the same cannot be said about the trains.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
The two performers treated some 100 passengers en route from Kiryat Motzkin to Tel Aviv.
By SARAH LEVI
Despite the vote, the Regional Committee for Planning is likely to vote to keep the popular site open on Shabbat.
By JEREMY SHARON
"There is no reasonable chance that the project will be completed on time without breaching the safety rules," a senior electrical engineer accompanying the project said.
The soon-to-be unveiled rail link is expected to more than halve the time it takes to travel between the two cities.
By MAX SCHINDLER
We now have a chance to rethink what Shabbat means for Israel.
By IDO LEVY
Litzman told reporters at the Prime Minister’s Office that he had no choice but to resign after Israel Railways continued to employ Jews on Shabbat.
By GIL HOFFMAN,LAHAV HARKOV,JEREMY SHARON
A nation of commuters will be delighted by news of the successful railway test.
By EYTAN HALON
A joint committee was established, including the four haredi members of the Knesset, to ensure that their demands would be met in the future.
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