Arab Israeli Conflict
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No immediate details from first Israeli retaliation of day; school in Beersheba hit, none hurt; 'Iron Dome' intercepts 4 Grads.
Two rockets fired from Gaza land in Egypt; at least 15 rockets launched into Israel this morning; 3 fired at Ashkelon, one at Beersheba are intercepted; southern Israel hit by nearly 100 Gazan rockets over weekend.
Many routes in the city’s southwest will be changed, cut back or added next Friday.
By SYBIL EHRLICH
Discounted tickets are now limited to Rav-Kav smartcards, but it is still unclear when the much-publicized changes to bus routes will be implemented.
Bus services resume in Mea She'arim; move comes after 1.5 years of closure due to ultra-Orthodox attacks.
By MELANIE LIDMAN
Two of the major bus transportation companies in Israel will be protesting on the first day of school this coming Sunday.
By JONATHAN WEBER ROSEN
The Jerusalem Local Planning and Construction Committee did not approve the construction of an open-air bus depot at the site and suggested that an underground parking lot be approved instead.
By UDI SHAHAM
In response to the Histradrut's strike warnings, Transportation Minister Israel Katz slammed Egged for the company's behavior, calling upon the management to stop holding its workers hostage.
By SHARON UDASIN
"It’s as though all the grocery stores closed with people needing bread and milk."
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
While the drivers are striking, management will reap the rewards if state gives in.
By MICHAEL ZEFF,SHARON UDASIN
Drivers' representatives and Transport Ministry officials worked into the night to secure deal.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
A massive pricing reform is planned for much of the nation's public transport system as of January 1.
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