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The bus was photographed on its side, punctured by the highway's guard rail outside of Modi'in
Police have been cracking down on use of mobile devices while driving to increase safety and reduce the number of casualties and accidents on Israel’s roads.
"It [was] hard to count the bodies in the back. It's a sight that [reminds me of] terror attacks in Jerusalem."
Smartphone application to expedite entrance of carpoolers onto Road 1 fast lane to Tel Aviv, eliminating need to pass through burdensome checkpoints.
By SHARON UDASIN
Authority's chairman stresses budget of NIS 550 million is critical to bolstering trend of decreased roadside fatalities.
On the parental worrywart scale, I think I usually score in the “mellow yellow” range. Still, last week, I entered the “white knuckle” zone.
By Gil Stern Stern TROY
Regulations for electric bikes expired in 2011 and were not renewed, even as their popularity soared in Israel.
The two victims - a woman with car trouble and a taxi driver who stopped to help - were standing on the side of the road when they were hit by a passing car.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
A man in his 50s and another passenger, in his 30s, were trapped in their overturned car following a head-on collision with a Palestinian vehicle.
Embouteillages, stationnements en double file, pollution, tels sont les problèmes quotidiens auxquels sont confrontés les automobilistes et les usagers d'autobus.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Or Yarok: 38 young drivers killed in 2013, up from 18 in 2012; only 16% believe that not wearing a seatbelt is dangerous.
While improved infrastructure has had a significant impact on the rate of traffic accidents, changes in police enforcement have not had similar effects.
Avi Naor and his organization work with young drivers to make the roads safer, leading to a significant decrease in fatal car accidents.
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