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.
Transportation Minister Katz calls public transport activists leftists, hypocrites.
By SHARON UDASIN
While Jerusalem and Haifa have both recently received positive updates to their transit systems, Tel Aviv still has not upgraded its mass transit system.
Toward the formulation of a new collective agreement, the Egged Taavura workers committee had submitted a list containing more than 60 demands to the company's management.
Despite pursuit to reduce expenditures by NIS 100 million, bus company agrees to suspend plans to fire employees in favor of averting strike.
By NIV ELIS
Eight hundred buses a day? Mahaneh Yehuda merchants vow to fight a proposal to allow Rehov Agrippas to become a major transportation hub even after the light rail is operational.
By PEGGY CIDOR
The Jerusalem Light Rail continues to weigh me down.
By LIAT COLLINS
Casual-Mobile is developing the first real-time traffic, scheduling and information application for bus passengers.
By DAVID SHAMAH
Jerusalemites stuck on buses, courtesy of the preparations for the light rail, find it hard to believe this is leading to life in the fast lane.
Public transportation reform means cheaper travel and flexible options.
By SYBIL EHRLICH
Meretz party has been agitating for municipal bus service on the day of rest. Will it be able to change the status quo?
By SAM SOKOL
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